Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
The largest administrative division in the Vijayanagar empire was
The town planning in the Harappan Civilisation was inspired by a regard for
sanitation and public health
beauty and utility
Which country has always remained free from foreign rule?
Which Nawab of Bengal shifted his capital from Murshidabad to Monghyr?
Samudragupta ascended the throne in
Put the following events in chronological order and choose your answer with the help of given codes:
- Formation of an interim government.
- The arrival of the Cabinet Mission.
- Muslim League Launches Direct Action.
- Jinnah's Wrecking of the Shimla Conference.
1, 2, 4, 3
4, 2, 3, 1
4, 2, 1, 3
2, 4, 3, 1
Which of the following statements are true about Sangam age?
- Society was harmonious, but there was friction between local and Vedic traditions.
- Buddhism and Jainism were widespread in the Sangam era.
Both 1 and 2
None of these
In the Sangam age, Uraiyur was important for
it's being a great centre of spice trade.
It's being a great center of indigenous trade.
It's being a great center of cotton trade.
it's being a great emporium of foreign trade.
Who was the Killedar of Fort Jinji?
Harihara Raya I who ruled the Vijayanagara Empire for the period 1336-1356 belonged to which dynasty?
The seven pagodas of Mahabalipuram are a witness to the art patronised by the?
From where the Mansabdari system was borrowed?
After the Kalinga War, Ashoka decided never to wage any war because?
After the conquest of Kalinga the political unity of Mauryan India had been achieved
Ashoka felt apologetic about the destruction of men and material on both sides in the war
He was moved by the violence, slaughter and sufferings to the combatants and non-combatants in the war
Shortly after the war he adopted Buddhism Which was opposed to violence
Who wrote 'Siddhanta Siromani'?
Which of the following was the main port for the Indus people?
Which one of the following scripts of an-cient India was written from right to left?
There are 16 questions to complete.