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History GK Questions

Q196. What is the name of the Railway station in South Africa where Gandhiji was thrown out of train in 1893
(a) Durban
(b) Pretoria
(c) Ladysmith
(d) Pietermaritzburg

Q197. Muqaddam in Delhi Sultanate was
(a) Village headman
(b) Army commander
(c) Cloth merchant
(d) Grain seller

Q198. The Gupta period image of Varaha incarnation of Vishnu is in
(a) Udayagiri Cave
(b) Kanheri Cave
(c) Ellora Cave
(d) Elephanta Cave

Q199. The unit of measurement of length in ancient India was known as
(a) Raktika
(b) Nimisha
(c) Karsha
(d) Yojana



Q200. Which one of the following musical instruments is shown in the coins of Samudragupta
(a) Mridanga
(b) Veena
(c) Rubab
(d) Manjira

Q201. Which one of the following was the capital of the Pandyas
(a) Mamallapuram
(b) Madurai
(c) Sringeri
(d) Nagarjunkonda

Q202. Which one among the following animals was present in the Harappan civilization
(a) Giraffe
(b) Elephant
(c) Kangaroo
(d) Jackal

Q203. Where was the ploughed field discovered among Harappan towns
(a) Kalibangan
(b) Rakhigarhi
(c) Banawali
(d) Deshalpar

Q204. Which of the following fruits was known to Harappans
(a) Oranges
(b) Papaya
(c) Guava
(d) Dates

Q205. The details of Gautamiputra Satakarni are available in
(a) Prayag Prashasti
(b) Nasik Prashasti
(c) Sohgaura Inscription
(d) Raj Prashasti



Q206. The capital of the Nanda rulers was at
(a) Nalanda
(b) Bodh Gaya
(c) Kannauj
(d) Pataliputra

Q207. Which one of the following Janpads was a republic
(a) Chedi
(b) Lichhavi
(c) Kosal
(d) Magadha

Q208. Yog Sutra of Patanjali was translated into Arabic by
(a) Barani
(b) Al Biruni
(c) Isami
(d) Sirhindi

Q209. The musical instrument generally attributed to Amir Khusrau is
(a) Rabab
(b) Sarod
(c) Sitar
(d) Veena

Q210. The Lodi Sultans of Delhi were
(a) Afghans
(b) Turks
(c) Mongols
(d) Uzbeks


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