Indian History General Knowledge Quiz - Set 04

G.K. Practice Test: Question Set - 04


1. Under the Government of India, Provincial Legislatures consisted of two chambers, except in the case of
    (A) Assam
    (B) Bihar
    (C) Madras
    (D) Punjab

2. The Turko-Afghan rule in India lasted for about
    (A) Two centuries
    (B) Three centuries
    (C) Four centuries
    (D) A little over one century

3. The troops raised by the emperor but not paid directly the state and place under the charge of mansabadars were know as
    (A) Walashahi
    (B) Barawardi
    (C) JCumaki
    (D) Dakhili

4. There was a sharp class division at Harappa and Mohen-jodaro. This is clear from the
    (A) Indus seals excavated
    (B) Religious beliefs of the Harappans
    (C) Tools and implements used by the Harappans
    (D) Different types of dwellings excavated

5. Tulsidas, the author of Ramcharitmanas, was a contemporary of which of the following rulers?
    (A) Akbar
    (B) Humayun
    (C) Shahjahan
    (D) Sher Shah Suri

6. Under whose leadership was the all India Muslim League set up?
    (A) Mohammed Ali Jinnah
    (B) Sayyid Ahmed Khan
    (C) Aga Khan
    (D) All of the above

7. The treaty of Mangalore was signed between
    (A) The English East India Company and Haidar Ali
    (B) The English East India Company and Tipu Sultan
    (C) Haidar Ali and the Zamorin of Calicut
    (D) The French East India Company and Tipu Sultan

8. Under Akbar, the Mir Bakshi was required to look after
    (A) Military affairs
    (B) The state treasury
    (C) The royal household
    (D) The land revenue system

9. The use of spinning wheel (Charkha) became common during the
    (A) 9th Century AD
    (B) 10th Century AD
    (C) 12th Century AD
    (D) 14th Century AD

10. The text of the document called Mahzar, by which Akbar assumed the role of supreme arbiter in the matters of religion is found in
    (A) Nizamuddin's Tabaqat-I-Akbari
    (B) Arif Quandahari's Tarikh-I-Alfi
    (C) Abul Fazl's Akbarnama
    (D) Badauni's Muntakahab-ut-Tawarikh

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