Indian History MCQ-286

1. Consider the following statement about Tipu Sultan
1. He made no treaty with the British
2. He had no quarrel with the Marathas
3. He sought French alliance
4. He fell fighting against the British of these statements
(A) 1, 2and3arecorrect
(B) 2, 3 and 4 are correct
(C) 3 and 4 are correct
(D) 1 and 4 are correct

2. The Sabha during the Chola period comprised of
(A) Brahmana
(B) Village Elders
(C) Sudras
(D) All of these

3. Raushan Akhtar ascended the throne with the title
(A) Jahandar Shah
(B) Shah Jahan II
(C) Mohammad Shah
(D) Alamgir II

4. Among the officers of Muhhammad of Ghor, Bihar and part of Bengal were conquered by
(A) Qutubuddin Aibak
(B) Tajuddin Yajdij
(C) Muhammad Bakhtiyar Khilji
(D) Tughrill Khan

5. What was the main cause of conflict between Mir Quasim and the East India Company?
(A) Mir Qasim’s alliance with the Mughal Emperor and the Nawab of Oudh
(B) Abuse of Dastaks by the English
(C) Mir Quasim’s conspiracy with the French
(D) Mir Jafar’s conspiracy with the East India Company

6. Kalidas in his works shows a leaning towards worship of
(A) Shiva
(B) Vishnu
(C) Durga
(D) Brahma

7. The Founding Charter of the English East India Company was granted by
(A) Henry VIII
(B) Elizabeth I
(C) James I
(D) Charles I

8. Marathi Chronicles were known as
(A) Khyat
(B) Bakhar
(C) Burunji
(D) Babi

9. Which of the following is correct?
(A) Prayag Assembly Akbar
(B) Expedition to South Rajendra Chola
East Asia
(C) Southern expedition Ashoka
(D) Vaikonta Perumal Nandivarman
Temple

10. The founder of the autonomous kingdom of Avadh was
(A) Ahmed Shah Abdali
(B) Safdarjung
(C) Saadat Khan Burhan-ul-Mulk
(D) Zulfiqar Khan

11. Who among the following rulers of the Travancore kingdom extended his dominion, organised a standing army and a rational administration and encouraged foreign trade in the middle of 18th century?
(A) Rama Varma
(B) Zamorin of Calicut
(C) Martanda Varma
(D) Nanjaraj

12. Ashtaelic Gajangals were present in the courts of
(A) Devarya II
(B) Sambasivarya
(C) Krishnadevraya
(D) Vaktaka I