Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
The first Grammarian of the Sanakrit language was
The later Mughal King, popularly known as Shah-i-Bekhabar (the Heedless King), was
Shah Alam I
The author of Natyashastra was
Indian people had faced high rate of inflation during 1918-1939 due to
Lack of industries
Exported food grains a lot
Exported the cotton and wool
First world war
Which is the most accepted date of the composition of the Rigveda?
About 4500 BC
1500 BC to 1000 BC
Which book of the later Vedic age divides the country into five parts?
On what basis is it held that on the east the province of Vanga (part of modern Bengal) formed part of the Mauryan empire?
Buddhist traditions associate Ashoka with propagation of Buddhism in Bengal
Discovery of Ashokan edicts in this part of Bengal
Megasthenes' Indica mentions Chandragupta's conquest of the region
Tamralipti, the principal port of the area, was one of the most important maritime centres during the Mauryan period
???Manusmriti' regards the reign lying between-the rivers Sarasvati and Drishadwati as
Who built ''Brihadeshwara Temple''
Raja Raja I
None of these
The Poona Sarvajanik Sabha was used by Tilak to popularise
The demand for social reforms
The legal rights of ryots in a famine situation
Civil Disobedience Movement
The Swadeshi Movement in the Bombay Province
The Hindu social sacraments such as marriage etc. are performed on the basis of the rituals described in the
Which court was considered as the highest criminal court of appeal during East India Company?
Hemu, whom Akbar defeated In the Second Battle of Panipat (1556), was
Prime Minister of Rana Udai Singh of Mewar
Minister of Sikandar Shah Suri
Minister of Muhammad Adil Shah
Ruler of Rewari
The Objective of Non-alignment of India's foreign policy means
To judge every international issue on its own merit
Not to help any country
To stand in isolation from world affairs
To interfere in the internal matters of a country
Which of the following leader is not correctly matched with their association/party/ books/ newspaper?
M. K. Gandhi: Gitanjali
Rabindranath Tagore: Patrika
Devendranath Tagore: Young India
B.G. Tilak: Kesari
With reference to Buddhist history, tradition and culture in India, consider the following pairs: Famous shrine Location
- Tabo monastery and: Spiti Valley temple complex
- Lhotsava Lhakhang: Zanskar Valley temple, Nako
- Alchi temple complex: Ladakh
1, 2 and 3
2 and 3 only
1 and 3 only
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