Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
Who had set up the Anti-Untouchability League for the eradication of the evil of untouchability?
Dr BR Ambedkar
The social reformer of Maharashtra who became famous by his pen name lokhitwadi was
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Gopal Hari Deshmukh
Which of the following cannot be said to be a cardinal principle of the theosophical society?
It questioned the ancient philosophies that dominated the Indian thinking.
It believed in the existence of unique connections between god and every being.
It believed in the possibility of reincarnation and karma.
Aimed Hindu spiritual wisdom through western enlightenment.
The monk who established strict rules for monastic life was named
Which of the following statement is true with regard to the Golden Farman
It granted the privilege of trading in Bengal in return for a fixed annual payment of duties worth Rs. 3000
It allowed free trade in the ports belonging to the kingdom of Golkunda on payment of duties with 500 pagodas
The English factories were not bothered with demands of customs for goods imported or exported by land or by water
The English were allowed to fortify their positions on Indian soil
Gandhi called for an all India Hartal (strike) to protest against Rowlatt Act on 6th April.......
The last of the Charter Act concerning India was the Act of
The 1857 revolt did not acquire much intensity in
The Chambal Region
???Confessions of Thug' was written by
Kamasutra was written by
The Pallava king who adopted the epithet of Vichitrachitta of curious minded was
Which of the following pair is matching one?
During the reign of which ruler was Sri Lanka lost to the Cholas
Which one of the following Rashtrakuta kings defeated Pratihara ruler Nagabhatta I?
Consider the following events of Indian National Movement-
- Gandhi Irwin Pact
- Poona Pact
- Karachi Session of Indian National Congress.
- Individual Satyagraha
1, 3, 2, 4
2, 3, 4, 1
3, 4, 2, 1
4, 3, 2, 1
With the help of Baghnuk (Tiger-claws) Shivaji killed
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