Mediaval Indian history MCQ's Questions
Who was the Mughal Prince who was well-versed in Arabic, Persian and Sanakrit?
Prince Sulaiman Shukoh
Prince Dara Shukoh
In whose reign did the Mughal painting reach its zenith?
The liberal religion preached by the saints of Maharashtra and rigidly followed by Shivaji is known as
The first Sultan to adopt the principle of measurement of cultivable land for determining the land revenue was
Assuming the title of Alamgir, Aurangzeb crowned himself as Emperor on July 21, 1658 at
Who among the following was the writer of Tarikh-i-Firozshahi?
"Mansabdars" in Mughal period were
Landlords and zamindars
Officials of the state
Those who had to give revenue
During Shivaji's rule the Council of the State consisted of
Which art did Jahangir patronise in particular?
Humayun Nama was written by which of the following authors?
Vljayanagar was founded on the southern bank of the river
Ayagara in Vijayanagar were
Adiministrators of Nadus
Governors of Provinces
Administrators of Kottams
''Loom '' was a central technological innovation in which of the following era?
None of the above
In the Indian History which period is called as ''Golden Age of Architecture''?
Which legendary Sufi saint of Chishti order was popularly known as 'Chirag-e-Dehlavi (Chirag of Delhi)'?
Shaikh Nasiruddin Mahmud
Qutbuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki
None of the above
Muhammad Ghori laid the foundation of the Turkish Empire in India by defeating
Prithviraj Chauhan in Second Battle of Tarain
Jayachanda in the Battle of Chandawar
Both A and B above
Out of the battles fought between contemporary rulers and Babur, which among the following resulted in the firm establishment of Babur's rule in North India?
Battle of Panipat
Battle of Khanva
Battle of Ghagra
Second Battle of Panipat
The Khajuraho shrines built by the Chandella rulers are dedicated to
Brahma and Vishnu
Vishnu and Laxmi
Shiva and Surya
Shiva and Parvati
Ghazni was a small principality in
Hindi poet Jagannath Pandit Raj was the most favorite poet of which of the following Emperors?
There are 20 questions to complete.