Civils Indian History-4

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

The establishment of mughalrule in India

(A) Strengthened urbanization
(B) b,Strengthened inter- urban contact in riparian North-India
(C) Increased India’s sea trade
(D) Decreased the risk of carrying long-distance trade

The significant difference between Mahayana and Hinayana forms of Buddhism lay in that

(A) Mahayana allow for the transference of merit while in Hinayana, a person would only help another byexample and advise.
(B) mahayana believed in the Bodhisattvas while Hinayana did not
(C) Mahayana promoted the idea of a suffering savior.
(D) Mahayana propounded the idea of the ‘Arhant’ the ‘worthy’

The ancient trade route, popularly called Dakshinapatha,connected

(A) Ajanta with Golconda
(B) Ellora with Muziris
(C) Ajanta with Arikamedu
(D) Ajanta with patliputra

MahamaGandhi’s sever cricticism of the congress leadship at the opening of the Banras Hindu university was focused on

(A) The congress strategy for opposing the government
(B) The congress accepting offices under the government
(C) Condemnation of Indian nationalism for being an elite phenomenon
(D) All of these

The Khailafat movement was built around

(A) Opposing British rule in Idia
(B) protecting the sovereignty of the Khalifa
(C) Opposing the national movement
(D) Protesting against lack of educational opportunities in India

The Buddhist sangha was an organization of monks

(A) Who became teachers of Dhamma
(B) That halped the spred of education
(C) To help the integration of the state
(D) To provide relief to the poor in times of distress

Akbar’s Ibadat khana was the place where

(A) Military strategy was decided
(B) Inter –faith debates and discussions were held
(C) Akbar preached his principles of shul-i-kul
(D) Fine arts were practiced

Separate electorates for represention of Indian Christians and Anglo-Indians were created under the

(A) Indian councils act ,1861
(B) Government of India act ,1909
(C) Government of Idia act, 1919
(D) Government of India act, 1935

Ritual kinship was the hallmarkof vijayanagar rule.vijayanagar rulers clamed to have ruled on behalf of which one among the following shrines?

(A) Pitt’s India Act
(B) Mhalwari settlement
(C) Regulating Act
(D) subsidiary Alliance

Which one among the following relates a land revenue policy introced by the English East India Company ?

(A) pitt’s India Act
(B) Mhalwari settlement
(C) Regulating Act
(D) d, Subsidiary Alliance

Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the code given below the lists:
List I
List II
a.Agrarian settlement
1.partition
b.Divided and rule
2.famine and popular rebellion
c.Excluding Indians from government jobs
3. Increase of home charges
d.Wars and conquests
4. Alienation of the Inadian middle class
codes: A B C D

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

which among the following WAS describedas jagadguru by his subjets for his patronage of the hindus in his state ?

(A) Ibrahim Adil Shan II of Bijapur
(B) Mahmud II of Malwa
(C) Hussain Shas of Bangal
(D) Mahmud Begara of Gujarat

Sayana,the famous commentator of the Vedas flourished under the rule of

(A) Bahmani Kings
(B) Golkonda Kings
(C) Gajapati Kings
(D) Vijayanagar Kings

The Bandagan-i-Khas during the rule of delhi sultan referred to the

(A) Innkeepers
(B) Royal slaves
(C) Dak-carries
(D) guards of the state stable

which one among the following princely states opted for a direct dealing with the constituent assembly in the year 1946 instead of through the chamber of prience ?

(A) Baroda
(B) Travancore
(C) Junagadh
(D) Mysore

Whoamong the following used the term ‘drain of wealth ‘ for the first time?

(A) Surendranath Banerjee
(B) Balgangadhar Tilak
(C) Dadabhai Naoroji
(D) Mahatma Gandhi