Indian History Objective Question

Q91. ‘The light has gone out of our lives’ is the iconic speech of
(a) Mahatma Gandhi
(b) Bhagat Singh
(c) Jawaharlal Nehru
(d) Subhas Chandra Bose

Q92. Who introduced Enfield Rifles in Indian army, which caused the revolution of 1857
(a) Lord Curzon
(b) Earl of Mayo
(c) Lord Cornwallis
(d) Henry Hardinge

Q93. Who is known as the founder of the Indo-Greek Kingdom known historically as the Yavana Kingdom
(a) Demetrius
(b) Euthydemus I
(c) Seleucus
(d) Alexander

Q94. Who was the father of Kanishka, the great Kushan emperor
(a) Vima Takto
(b) Huvishka
(c) Vima Kadphises
(d) Vasudeva I

Q95. Who is the only Hindu courtier of Akbar who accepted Din-e-Ilahi was
(a) Raja Todarmal
(b) Raja Birbal
(c) Raja Mansingh
(d) Tansen

Q96. Earliest evidence of settled agriculture in the subcontinent comes from
(a) Utnur
(b) Burzahom
(c) Mehrgarh
(d) Bagor

Q97. Chand Bibi ruled over which of the Deccan Sultanates
(a) Bijapur
(b) Berar
(c) Ahmednagar
(d) Golkonda

Q98. Which among the Mughal princes assassinated Abul Fazl
(a) Khasru
(b) Salim
(c) Khurram
(d) Azimushhan

Q99. Which was the capital city of Satavahanas
(a) Paithan
(b) Banavasi
(c) Halebeedu
(d) Badami

Q100. Which Delhi Sultan had taken the title "Zil-i-Ilahi" after his ascension to the throne
(a) Iltutmish
(b) Balban
(c) Ibrahim Lodi
(d) Alauddin Khalji

Q101. Chandella kings are related to which of the following temples
(a) Konark
(b) Ajanta
(c) El1ora
(d) Khajuraho

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