Indian history MCQ Practice Test 201

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Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.

Question 1
In spite of his conversion to Buddhism and the concept of dhamma-vijaya, Ashoka was not a total pacifist. Which of the following does not confirm this view?
A
After the conquest of Kalinga, Ashoka consolidated his southern conquests
B
He felt sorry for the suffering caused by Kalinga War, but did not give up the conquered territory
C
In dealing with the troublesome forest tribes he clearly recognized the possibility of the use of force
D
He did not abolish capital punishment and granted only a brief reprieve to the condemned prisoners
Question 2
The 'Bombay Triumvirate' consisted of all the following except
A
Dadabhai Nauroji
B
Pherozeshah Mehta
C
K.T. Telang
D
Badruddin Tyabji
Question 3
During the Sangam Age a tutelary tree called Kadimaram or Kavalmaram was planted by the rulers at a central place in the town and they took great care to protect the tree because:
A
It was believed that the tree had power to protect the town
B
The destruction of the tree was symbolic of the defeat of the ruler
C
Both A and B
D
The tree was symbolic dynastic growth
Question 4
The Nagara Style of temple architecture is associated with
A
North India
B
West India
C
East India
D
South India
Question 5
Which of the following reason compel the leaders of Muslim League to enter in the Interim Government?
A
The Congress accepted their demand that it would not nominate a non-Muslim League Muslim to the Interim Government.
B
The Viceroy accepted its stand that it would not join the Constituent Assembly.
C
The Viceroy had accepted its stand that it would not take steps to rescind the League Council's resolution of July 29.
D
The Muslim League wanted to get a foothold to fight for the cherished goal of Pakistan.
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