Multiple Choice Questions Indian History

Multiple Choice Questions Indian History
1. The last European country engaged in trade with India was–
(A) Portugal (B) Holland
(C) France (D) England
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2. The sea route to India and East Asia was discovered after the capture of Constantinopole by the–
(A) Arabs (B) Turks
(C) Tatars (D) Mongols
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3. The pioneer of Indian Renaissance was–
(A) Swami Vivekanand (B) Swami Dayanand Saraswati
(C) Dadabhai Nauroji (D) Raja Ram Mohan Roy
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4. The Headquarter of the International Court is situated at–
(A) New York (B) Hague
(C) Geneva (D) Paris
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5. The invention of craft of spinning and weaving is associated with–
(A) Middle Stone Age (B) Early Stone age
(C) Neolithic Age (D) Bronze Age
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6. The result of the Industrial Revolution was a creation of a new section of society distinctly known–
(A) Land Lords (B) Clergymen
(C) Capitalists (D) Engineers
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7. In childhood Jahangir was called by the name–
(A) Farid (B) Khurram
(C) Khusrau (D) Salim
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8. The Historians have truely commented that Jahangir married Nur Jahan after the planned murder of Sher Afgan–
(A) Jahangir took action against Sher Afgan without any cause
(B) Jahangir wanted to appoint Man Singh in place of Sher Afgan
(C) After the death of her husband NurJhan was kept in a newly built palace instead of keeping with her brother and father
(D) Nur Jahan wrote a letter to Jahangir to do this
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9. Jahangir handed over his all administration to Nur Jahan only for a cup of wine and a dish of Soup. This statement shows that–
(A) Nur Jahan made Jahangir debauch
(B) She completely took over charge of administration for herself
(C) She accompanied Jahangir in drinking
(D) She had completely befooled Jahangir
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10. The son-in-law of Nur Jahan was–
(A) Shaharyar (B) Khurram
(C) Khusro (D) Mahammad Ismial
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11. The Draft of Constitution of India was framed under the chairmanship of–
(A) Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru (B) Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar
(C) Dr. Rajendra Prasad (D) Ballabh Bhai Patel
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12. There is no importance of fundamental rights in Indian Constitution if it has not provided–
(A) Right to constitutional remedy (B) Right of equality
(C) Right of property (D) Right of amendment in constitution
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13. The President can be removed from his office before the expiry of his period by–
(A) The Prime Minister's demand for his resignation
(B) The Parliament if he is found guilty through impeachment against him
(C) The decision of Cabinet
(D) The decision of Supreme Court
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14. The Prime Minister nominated by the President must be–
(A) The Leader of the party having support of majority of members in the Lok Sabha
(B) Elected Leader of Rajya Sabha
(C) The Senior most member of Lok Sabha
(D) A deserving candidate according to the sweet will of President
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15. The bill passed by the Parliament can be enforced as law with the signature of–
(A) The Speaker of Lok Sabha (B) The Chairman of Rajya Sabha
(C) The President of India (D) The Prime Minister
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16. The first President of the All India Muslim League was–
(A) Nawab Viqar-ul-Mulk (B) Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk
(C) Hakim Ajmal Khan (D) Aga Khan
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17. On August 6, 1945, the first atom bomb was dropped at–
(A) Hiroshima (B) Tokyo
(C) Nagasaki (D) Yakohama
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18. Which one of the following was the pioneer of the 'Age of Discovery', who sailed down the Southern Coast of Africa as far as the Cape of Good Hope?
(A) Vasco-de-Gama (B) Bartholomew Diaz
(C) Christopher Colombus (D) Magellan
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19. Beethoven was born in–
(A) Germany (B) Italy
(C) France (D) Denmark
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20. The community farm established by Mahatma Gandhi near Johnnesburg in 1910 was called–
(A) Gandhi Ashram (B) Sevagram
(C) Phoenix Settlement (D) Tolstoy Farm
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