Indian History Objective Question

Q121. The oldest Mughal Garden in India "Aram Bagh", which was originally built by the Mughal Emperor Babur is located in
(A) Delhi
(B) Agra
(C) Meerut
(D) Ludhiana

Q122. Emperor or Empress of India, was a title used by British monarchs from
(A) 1st March 1876
(B) 1st April 1876
(C) 1st May 1876
(D) 1st June 1876

Q123. Hemchandra Vikramaditya is famous in Indian history as
(A) Hemu
(B) Maldev
(C) Puran Mal
(D) Rana Sanga

Q124. Sher Shah's currency, "Dam", was made of which metal
(A) Gold
(B) Copper
(C) Silver
(D) Bronze

Q125. Annie Besant translated Gita into English under the title of
(A) New India
(B) Lotus Song
(C) Common Weal
(D) The Lord's Song

Q126. Who had started "Khaki Dress" for British Indian Soldiers
(A) Sir Lawrence
(B) William Hunter
(C) Lord Barley
(D) Harry Barnet Lamsden

Q127. Who wrote Futahat i-Firozshahi
(A) Muhammad bin Tughlaq
(B) Firuz Shah Tughlaq
(C) Ghiyath al-Din Tughluq
(D) Ibrahim Lodhi

Q128. Who was the first British Commanders-in-Chief of India
(a) John Adlercron
(b) Stringer Lawrence
(c) Robert Clive
(d) John Caillaud

Q129. ‘‘If our goal is to take Mother India to new heights in the world, then the first condition for that is unity, peace and harmony,’’ this slogan was given by
(a) Mahatma Gandhi
(b) Dr. Ambedkar
(c) Sardar Patel
(d) Subhas Chandra Bose

Q130. Dadabhai Naoroji worked as a Professor of ________ at University College, London
(a) Hindi
(b) English
(c) Gujarati
(d) Marathi

Q131. Which one of the below monuments was built by Sher Shah in Delhi
(a) Quwwatul Islam mosque
(b) Qila-i-Kuhna masjid
(c) Siri fort
(d) Hauz Khas madrasa

Q132. During Alauddin’s reign a Tanka was made of _______
(a) 16 Jitals
(b) 32 Jitals
(c) 48 Jitals
(d) 54 Jitals

Q133. At the time of accession, Iltutmish was the governor of
(a) Bengal
(b) Sindh
(c) Multan
(d) Badaun

Q134. At the time of accession, Iltutmish was the governor of
(a) Iltutmish
(b) Balban
(c) Alauddin Khilji
(d) Muhammad bin Tughlaq

Q135. Who called Harshavardhana ‘‘Sakal Uttarapatha Nath’’
(a) Banabhatta
(b) Huien Tsang
(c) Dhruvasena II
(d) Pulakesin II


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