Free Indian History Online Practice Tests

Free Indian History Online Practice Tests
1. Din-i-Ilahi was accepted only by one renowned courtier named–
(A) Mansingh (B) Todarmal
(C) Birbal (D) Bhagwan Das
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2. The revenue system of Akbar was different from the Sher Shah because–
(A) The taxes were realised in cash
(B) The taxes were realised harshly
(C) The taxes were realised on the average of ten years production
(D) The taxes were minimum
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3. The main characteristic of Mansabdari system was that–
(A) It was the base of civil and military ad ministration
(B) It was a system to give honour to reputed people
(C) It was the system for making the military personnels
(D) This system was similar to the Europeans system of Barons
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7. The commencement of Renaissance in Europe was mainly spread by–
(A) Geographical exploration (B) Disappearance of medieval tradition
(C) Capturing of Constentinople by Turks (D) Developing of town life
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5. "The earth rounds the Sun not the Sun rounds the Earth." This conclusion was made by–
(A) Copernicus (B) Erasmus
(C) Zeonarcic (D) Shakespeare
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6. The founder of Brahm Samaj was–
(A) Swami Vivekanand (B) Raja Ram Mohan Ray
(C) Ram Krishan Param Hans (D) Rabindra Nath Tagore
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7. The Shanti Niketan was founded by–
(A) Rabindra Nath Tagore (B) Jawahar Lal Nehru
(C) Dr. Rajendra Prasad (D) Dr. Zakir Hussain
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8. Swami Dayanand Saraswati founded New Institution which proved good not only for the religion but for the social life of India. It was called–
(A) Braham Samaj (B) Arya Samaj
(C) Bharat Sewa Dal (D) Ram Rajya Parishad
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9. The Civil Disobedience Movement was started with the action that–
(A) The people offered themselves to be sent to Jail
(B) The Government was compelled to call Round Table Conference
(C) The meeting was held against the Government
(D) Gandhiji acted against Salt Act
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10. The Forward Block was formed by–
(A) Subhash Chandra Bose (B) C.R. Dass
(C) Bal Ganga Dhar Tilak (D) Gopal Krishan Gokhale
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11. The most important contribution of ancient Rome to the world was–
(A) Roads (B) Law and government
(C) Literature (D) A well organised system of slavery
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12. The most important reason why Ashoka is well known in history is that–
(A) He issued many edicts (B) He spread Buddhism in distant countries
(C) He introduced several reforms for the welfare of his subjects (D) He renounced war as a State policy
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13. The Gupta period is important in ancient Indian history because–
(A) It witnessed a renaissance of Hinduism (B) It produced the famous poet Kalidasa
(C) It developed contacts with the outside world (D) It promoted the growth of art
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14. The birth place of Gautama Buddha was–
(A) Kapilavastu (B) Vaisali
(C) Bodh Gaya (D) Lumbini
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15. In a feudal society that especially prevailed in Western Europe, the source of power was–
(A) The land (B) The fort
(C) The army (D) The money
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16. The most important feature of the Act of 1935 was the introduction of–
(A) Dyarchy (B) Adult Franchise
(C) Provincial autonomy (D) Separate electorate
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17. The post of the Secretary of State was created by the Act of–
(A) 1861 (B) 1892
(C) 1858 (D) 1876
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18. The first great experiment in Satyagrah was launched by Mahatma Gandhi at–
(A) Bardoli (B) Dandi
(C) Champaran (D) Ahmedabad
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19. The first proper system of writing was evolved by–
(A) The Egyptians (B) The Harappans
(C) The Chinese (D) The Sumerians
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20. What was the name of writer of Bande Mataram?
(A) Rabindranath Tagore (B) Bankimchandra Chatterjee
(C) sharat chandra chattopadhyay (D) None of the above
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