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All Exam History GK Questions

Q46. Which of the following was the birth place of Guru Nanak
(a) Amritsar
(b) Nabha
(c) Nankana
(d) Nander

Q47. By which name, Chinese writers mention India on their books
(a) Fo-Kwo-Ki
(b) Yin-tu
(c) Si-Yu-Ki
(d) Sikia-Pono

Q48. Which Sufi Saint was called "Mehboob-e-Ilahi"
(a) Sheikh Nizamuddin Auliya
(b) Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti
(c) Baba Farid
(d) Qutubuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki

Q49. The Lieutenant Governor of Bengal at the time of Partition of Bengal was
(a) Sir Andrews Fraser
(b) H.H. Risley
(c) Brodrick
(d) A.T. Arundel



Q50. The Indian Independence Bill received the Royal Assent on
(a) 17th July, 1947
(b) 18th July, 1947
(c) 19th July, 1947
(d) 20th July, 1947

Q51. Nalanda Vihar was destroyed by
(a) Bakhtiyar Khalji
(b) Qutubddin Aibak
(c) Muhammad Bin Tughlaq
(d) Alauddin Khalji

Q52. "Diwan-E-Arj" department was associated with
(a) Royal Correspondence
(b) Foreign
(c) Defence
(d) Finance

Q53. Who was the founder of Bahmani Sultanate
(a) Alauddin Hasan
(b) Feroz Shah
(c) Mahmud Gaonwa
(d) Asaf Khan

Q54. Where did Mahatma Buddha's 'Mahaparinirvan' take place
(a) Lumbini
(b) Bodh Gaya
(c) Kushinagar
(d) Kapilavastu

Q55. Who had written the book "Geeta Rahasya"
(a) Dadabhai Naoroji
(b) Bal Gangadhar Tilak
(c) Bipin Chandra Pal
(d) Bhagat Singh



Q56. Who was the founder of "Prarthana Samaj"
(a) Atmaram Panduranga
(b) Bal Gangadhar Tilak
(c) Annie Besant
(d) Rasbihari Ghosh

Q57. The 'Permanent Settlement' was made with
(a) Muqaddamas
(b) Village communities
(c) Zamindars
(d) Peasants

Q58. Who of the following Muslim rulers abolished the pilgrimage tax
(a) Bahalol Lodi
(b) Sher Shah
(c) Humayun
(d) Akbar

Q59. Who was the ruler of Devgiri at the time of Alauddin Khalji's invasion
(a) Mahadeva
(b) Amana
(c) Ramachandra
(d) Bhillama V

Q60. Which inscription tells about the various achievements of Rudradaman I
(a) Junagarh
(b) Bhitari
(c) Nasik
(d) Sanchi


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