Mediaval Indian history MCQ's Questions
Which Mughal Emperor had put a ban on killing of animals in certain days?
Shayista Khan escaped with the loss of three fingers from
Though endowed with extraordinary intellect and industry, he lacked practical judgement and common sense. Who is referred to in the above statement.
The Mughal Emperor who caused the murder of Guru Arjan was
The firat Sultan of Delhi to cross the Narmada and move to the south was
Fawazil in the Sultanate period meant
Extra payment made to the nobles
Revenue assigned in lieu of salary
Excess amount paid to the exchequer by the iqtadars
Illegal exactions extracted from the peasants
The construction of Taj Mahal was directed by
Dhrupad Dhamar style of singing was started by
Vishnu Digambar Paluskar
Raja Man Singh Tomar
The Sultan who completed the conquest of the South and broke the political barriers between the North and the South was
Sri Perumbudur, a temple town in southern India, is the birthplace of
Amar Singh was ruler of
Krishna I, who was a king of Rashtrakuta dynasty is related to which of the following?
Shiva Temples of Ellora
Which among the following rulers is related to '' market regulatory measures '' in medieval India?
The diary of Athanasius (Afanasi) Nikitin, the first Russian traveller to India, is entitled
A passage to India
The land of miracles
The journey beyond the three seas
Travel to the land of honey and gold
Who is the author of Padmawat?
Malik Mohammad Jaysai
The Sultan of the Sultanate of Delhi, who transferred his capital from Delhi to Agra, was
The longest road built by Sher Shah, known as Sarak-I-Azam (currently known as GT Road or Sher Shah Suri Road) ran from the Indus in the North-West to
Akbar defeated Durgawati and captured
The Peacock throne was bunt by
Which Mughal ruler's reign has been described as the golden age of medieval art and architecture?
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