Indian History Objective Question

Q31. Which one was used to make beads, bangles and tiny vessels in the Harappan civilization
(a) Tin
(b) Iron
(c) Copper
(d) Faience

Q32. In the Vedic texts Vrihi means
(a) Wheat
(b) Rice
(c) Barley
(d) Moong

Q33. Which of the following Gupta kings had issued a gold coin which depicts a rhinoceros
(a) Chandragupta II
(b) Samudragupta
(c) Kumaragupta I
(d) Skandagupta

Q34. Who is the author of the famous Allahabad Prasasti
(a) Harisena
(b) Kalidasa
(c) Sudraka
(d) Ravikirti

Q35. Who was the first Indian ruler to welcome Vasco-da-Gama
(a) Jahangir
(b) Chanda Saheb
(c) Zamorin
(d) Muzaffar Jung

Q36. According to Kautilya, what is the foundation of the state
(a) Dharma
(b) Artha
(c) Sukha
(d) Dandaniti

Q37. What, according to Kautilya, ensures the success of any strategy
(a) Participation of all
(b) Democratic decision process
(c) Secrecy
(d) Consultancy

Q38. The sacred books of Buddhism are called
(a) Triratnas
(b) Angas
(c) Jatakas
(d) Tripitakas

Q39. The vijaynagar empire was overthrown by the battle of
(a) Battle of Karnal
(b) Battle of Khanwa
(c) Battle of Talikota
(d) Battle of Raichur

Q40. The British introduced provincial autonomy in India through
(a) Minto-Morley Reforms Act of 1909
(b) Montagu-Chelmsford Reforms of 1919
(c) Government of India Act, 1935
(d) Indian Councils Act of 1892

Q41. Who was first Sultan to issued pure Arabic coins in India
(a) Balban
(b) Firuz Shah Tughlaq
(c) Alauddin Khalji
(d) Iltutmish

Q42. Who was the first sultan to introduce the system of ‘Sijda’ and ‘Paibos’
(a) Balban
(b) Firuz Shah Tughlaq
(c) Alauddin Khalji
(d) Jalal-ud-din Khalji

Q43. Which department was established by Alauddin Khalji in order to check the corruption of Revenue department and to maintain control on the concerned officers
(a) Barid-i-Mandi
(b) Diwan-i-Insha
(c) Diwan-i-Ariz
(d) Diwan-i-Mustakharaj

Q44. Which sultan established a new department of charity at Delhi known as Diwan-i-Khairat
(a) Mubarak khilji
(b) Mubarak Shah
(c) Feroz Shah Tughlaq
(d) Sikander Lodi

Q45. In the Sultanate period, the Chief Auditor of Accounts was called
(a) Mushrif-i-Mumaliq
(b) Mustafa-i-Mamaliq
(c) Ariz-i-Mamaliq
(d) Dabir-i-Khas

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