Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
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Rath Temples at Mahabalipuram were built in the reign of which Pallava ruler?
Who among the following had the title `Parama-Saugata' ?
The immediate cause of the swadeshi Movement was ?
Rise in prices of essential commodities
Partition of Bengal
Discontent of the peasants
Mangalore, Parambakkam and Porto Navo were places where Major battles took place during the
First Anglo-Mysore war
Second Anglo-Mysore war
Third Anglo-Mysore war
Fourth Anglo-Mysore wait
Which of the following is not one of the reasons why Mahatma Gandhi is known Ra the Father of Nation?
He was universally adored, admired and respected by all castes, communities and classes
Starting with opposition to the Rowlatt Acts, till the Quit India Movement he was the supreme leader and the main spirit behind the national movement
His social political, economic and religious ideologies were based on Indian values with a very strong moral and ethical content
He was the founder President of the Indian National Congress
Consider the following statements-
- Nagabhata I was the first great ruler of Gurjara Prathi hara dynasty.
- Bhoja I was another prominent ruler of this dynasty.
- Mahendrapala I was the son of Boja I
Only 1 and 2
Only 2 and 3
1, 2 and 3
The Kojiki and the Nihongi are:
early Chinese histories.
ancient texts of Japan.
Jomon pottery styles.
histories of Korea.
Babar's autobiography, called Tuzuk-i-Baburi or Baburnaman, Which is reckoned among ``the most enthralling and romantic works in the literature of all times" is written in
Before the rise of Ranjit Singh to power, the Punjab was under the control of various
Chiefs of Abmad Shah Abdali
Sikh Misls (military brotherhoods)
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