Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
The Crusades contributed to all of the following except
An increase in the power of feudal lords.
Improvement in the level of European technology.
Greater contact between Europe and the Byzantine and Muslim civilizations.
The growth of Mediterranean trading cities.
Kaviraja Malavachakravartin was the title of
A bronze chariot of Harappan times yoked to a pair of bullocks & driven by a nude human figure has been discovered at
Who were the beneficiaries of Asoka's donations in the region of Barabar Hill?
Sri Perumbudur, a temple town in southern India, is the birthplace of
What is the significance of???Kayavarohan' in the history of Shaivism?
It is the same as pasupasa simokshana one of the principal characteristics of the Pasupata sect
It was the birth place of Lakulisa
It was a ritual prescribed for those adhering to the Kalamukha sect
It was one of the vratas of the Kapalikas
According to the provisions of the Regulating Act the Supreme Court in Bengal consisted of the Chief Justice and
Muhammad Bin Qasim conquered
None of these
During the Gupta period of Indian history, the village affairs were managed by the village headman with the assistance of
The drain of Wealth from Bengal began in
'Amongst his great nobles he (the king) was so predominant that none dare lift his head too high but with the humble classes he was benevolent and debonair, willingly giving them audience and hearing their petitions. He was pleased to accept their presents, taking them into his hands and holding them to his breast.'' Consider the question given above and indicate who it is attributed to and who was the king referred to in it
In which of the following regions Mahalwari System of Revenue Settlement was introduced?
Which of the following pairs are correctly matched? V
- Rabbeting: Shipbuilding
- Flintlock: Gun-making
- ???Wootz': Textile
- Filatures: Metallurgy
1 and 3
l and 2
Consider the following British officers
- James Grant
- John Shore
- Warren Hastings
1 and 2
3 and 4
1, 2 and 3
2 and 3
The Hindustan Republican Association, subsequently styled as the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA) was founded in 1924 by
Jogesh Chandra Chatterji
Chandra Shekhar Azad
supported Indian independence.
was indifferent to India.
opposed Indian independence.
thought India was no longer of value to England.
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