Indian History Objective Question

Q1. Who among the following presented the main resolution on Non-Cooperation Movement during the annual session of the Congress in Nagpur 1920
(a) C.R.Das
(b) JM Sengupta
(c) Mahatma Gandhi
(d) Jawaharlal Nehru

Q2. What was the name of the newspaper to announce the partition of Bengal on July 6th 1905
(a) Swaraj
(b) Sanjivani
(c) Kalantar
(d) Ananda Bazar Patrika

Q3. Swaraj, according to B.G.Tilak, was not only a right but a
(a) Justice
(b) Dharma
(c) Power
(d) Status

Q4. Who described the Mughal empire as a “war-state” in its core
(a) J. F. Richards
(b) M. D. Pearson
(c) K. Athar Ali
(d) Sachin Chandrakumar

Q5. What is the name of the material with which most of the Harappan Seal is made of
(a) Iron
(b) Copper
(c) Bronze
(d) Steatite

Q6. Which among the following Vedas has two groups, Shukla and Krishna
(a) Yajurveda
(b) Samaveda
(c) Rigveda
(d) Atharvaveda

Q7. Who was India’s only Jewish viceroy
(a) Lord Ripon
(b) Lord Lytton
(c) Lord Wavell
(d) Lord Reading

Q8. The Battle of Dharmat between Aurengzeb and Rajput was fought in the year
(a) 1657
(b) 1658
(c) 1659
(d) 1660

Q9. 'Nagananda' play written by Emperor Harshavardhan, is about which Bodhisattva
(a) Manjushri
(b) Jimutavahana
(c) Vajrapani
(d) Avalokiteshvara

Q10. Who among the following assumed the titles of Devraj, Devgupta and Devshri
(a) Chandragupta I
(b) Chandragupta II
(c) Skandagupta
(d) Samudragupta

Q10. Which of the following was the first fort captured by Shivaji
(a) Javeli
(b) Pratapgarh
(c) Torna
(d) Rajgarh

Q11. Who among the following after succeeding to the throne was known as Aurangzeb
(a) Jalal-ul-din
(b) Zahir-ud-din
(c) Nur-ud-din Muhammad
(d) Muhi-ud-din Muhammad

Q12. Who compiled Sirr-e-Akbar (The Greatest Mystery), a compilation of of fifty Upanishads translated into farsi language
(a) Dara Shikoh
(b) Shah Shuja
(c) Akbar
(d) Muhammad Azam Shah

Q13. Hampi, the capital of Vijayanagar Kingdom was on the banks of which river
(a) Godavari
(b) Kaveri
(c) Krishna
(d) Tungabhadra

Q14. Which one freedom fighter died due to hunger-strike in jail was
(a) Bhagat Singh
(b) S.C. Bose
(c) Jatindra Nath Das
(d) Bipin Chandra Pal

Q15. Charak was the court physician of
(a) Ashoka
(b) Kanishka
(c) Yashovarman
(d) Ajatshatru


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