Civils Indian History-6

History Civil Services,Prelims,GK,SSC,UPPSC,IAS,NDA,UPSC,RRC

Which of the following ideas was/were shared by Raja Rammohan Roy and Rabindra nath Tagore?

(A) Internationalalism
(B) Opposition to idol worship
(C) Faith in rational and scientific approach
(D) All the above

Which of the following statement about Bhadrabahu is/are correct?
ss1.He was Jain saint,
2.He was spiritual teacher of Chandraguptamaurya

Select the correct answer using the code given beiow:

(A) 1 only
(B) 2 only
(C) both 1and 2
(D) neither 1 nor 2

The last in the succession of Jaina Tirthakaras was

(A) Parsvnatha
(B) Rishabha
(C) Mahavira
(D) Manisubrata

Which among the following was not a demand of Mahatma Gandhi to the Government as a condition of settlement before he launched the non-cooperation movement?

(A) The Government should withdraw the Rowlatt Act
(B) The government express regret for the massacre at Jallianwala Bagh
(C) The British government should behave leniently with Turkey
(D) The government should put a better scheme of reforms then that of the act of 1919

The Hindustian Republican government was founded to:

(A) set up a Republican government in Hindustian
(B) Orgaine armed rebellion in India
(C) Persuade the Indian People to participate in elections
(D) Encourage the Indian youth on to the path of socialism

Consider the following observations relating to the regin of the Mughal Emperor Akbar:
1. Akbar strengthened his control on the nobility and the arm by introducing the manasabdari system
2.under the manasabdari system every officer was assigned a rank
which of the above statement is/are correct ?

(A) 1 only
(B) 2 only
(C) both 1 and 2
(D) neither 1 nor 2

Consider the following statement:
1. The Indian cities like Dacca, Murshidabad and Surat were known all over the world as centers of trade and industry in the precolonial period.
2.such centre of trade and industry went in the face of foreign competition in the colonial period.
which of the statement given above is/are correct:

(A) 1 only
(B) 2 only
(C) both 1and 2 only
(D) neither 1 nor 2

Consider the following statement about the press and literature in colonial India:
1. The print media enable the nationalists living in different parts of the country to exchange views with one another
2.the british rules were prepared to tolerated the nationalist criticism of their rule
3. The vernacular press act (1878) evoked a nationwide protest against the encroachment on freedom of expression
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(A) 1 and 3
(B) 2 and3
(C) 2 only
(D) 1 and 2

Consider the following statement relating to the Bhakti movement :
1. The Bakthi and sufi saints gradually brought about a better understand of the fundamental tenets of hindusim and islam,underlining the fact the they had a great deal of similarity
2. The Bakthi and sufi saints also brought about important changes in the approach to religion laying greater emphasis on formal observances and rituals
3. They also contributed to the growth of regional laungugaes and literature
which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(A) 1and 2
(B) 2 only
(C) 2 and 3
(D) 3 only

Which among the following is not true about the swadeshi movement?

(A) It had a wider popular appeal than any other political agitation that preced it
(B) It enlisted the support of the muslim masses
(C) It had an econocic charater
(D) The swadeshi movement was a reaction to the partition of Bengal.

The factory Act of 1891 in India was enacted to

(A) Make the requirements for fencing machinery more stringent
(B) Ensure greater government control over industry in India.
(C) provide a level playing field for English manufacturers.
(D) Enable hreter political control over Insian industry.

Whichone of the following is the correct sequence of the poet-saint of the Bhakti-sufi tradition?

(A) Basavanna-Appar-Mira Bai-Lal Ded
(B) Appar-Mira Bai-LalDed-Basavanna
(C) Appar-Bsavanna-LalDed-Mira Bai
(D) Basavanna-Mira Bai-Lal Ded-Appar

Megasthenes was a

(A) Greek ambassador to the court of Cchandragupta Maurya
(B) Greek trader during Ashoka’s time.
(C) Greek trader in the Gupta period.
(D) Chinese pilgrim during Harsha’s time

Who among the following did not bring tading ships to the port of surat in pre-British time?

(A) Portuguese and English
(B) Russian and German
(C) English and Arab
(D) Frech and Arab

Who among the following was associated with the foundation of the basic ideas of the Mahayana Buddhism?

(A) Nagarjuna
(B) Kashyapa Matanga
(C) Menander
(D) Kanishka

Who of the following were the main objectives of the Khilafat Movement?
1. To rouse anti-british feeling among the muslims of india
2. to remors the muslim society
3.to demand separted electorate and preservce the khailafat
4. to save the ottoman empire and preserve the khailafat
choose the correct answer from the codes given below

(A) 1and 2
(B) 2 and 3
(C) 1and 4
(D) 1 and 3