Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
Indicate the importance of the treaty of Amritsar (1809) signed between Ranjit Singh and the English?
It marked the beginning of an era of peace and prosperity in the Punjab
It helped Ranjit Singh in realising his ambition of conquering Multan, Kashmir, Ladakh and Peshawar
It recognised the power of the British as the political limit of Ranjit Singh's policy of expansion
It made him the undisputed master of all the Sikhs
The first Muslim expedition to India took place in
The Battle of Buxar fought between...
Akbar II, the Nawab of Bengal and the Marathas
The English, the Nawab of Bengal and the French
Akbar II, the Nawab of Bengal and Nawab of Oudh
Mir Kasim, the Nawab of Bengal, Nawab of Oudh and Shah Alam II, The Mughal Emperor
In which month Quit India Movement of 1942 started?
An important part of the eastern court during the Gupta period was
The achievements of Samudragupta have been chronicled in the
Allahabad pillar inscription
Which Queen of Jahangir had committed suicide by consuming poison?
Who was the Governor General of India when the Indian National Congress was formed?
None of these
Which of the following cult was popularised by Chaitanya?
All of the above
Who estimated the Indian National Income and criticized the constant drain of wealth from India to England?
Dada bhai Naoroji
The 'Hero of Plassey' was
Who was the President of the 'Flag Committee'?
B. R. Ambedkar
K. M. Munshi
D. P. Khetan
J. B. Kriplani
In the medieval period, Indian painting reached a high degree of perfection during the reign of
Who among the following had the title 'Amoghavarsha'?
Govinda Chandra Gahadavala
None of these
The significance of the Bengal Regulation of 1793 lies in the fact that
It provided for the establishment of the Supreme court
It accommodated the personal laws of Hindus and Muslims
It provided for the appointment of the Indian Law Commission
It restricted the application of English law to Englishmen only
The discriminatory Jizya tax was abolished by
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