Objective Type Questions on Indian History

Objective Type Questions on Indian History
1. The greatest philosopher and preacher of Saiva sect was–
(A) Jnaneshwar (B) Shankaracharya
(C) Ramanuj (D) Vallabhacharya
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2. The grand temples of Khajuraho were built by the rulers of–
(A) Solanki dynasty of Gujarat (B) Parmar dynasty of Malwa
(C) Chandelas of Bundelkhand (D) Chauhan of Ajmer
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3. The main cause of Timurs' invasion of India was–
(A) His excessive zeal for Islam (B) Victory and plunder
(C) Extension of empire (D) Liberal religious policy of the Sultan of Delhi
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4. The Pope called upon the Christians to fight Crusades against Turks because he–
(A) Wanted to extend his influence in Europe
(B) Wanted to check the expansion of Turkish Empire
(C) Wanted top liberate Jerusalem, a sacred place of Christians from the occupation of Turks
(D) Wanted to forge unity among the divided Christian rulers
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5. Under whose leadership the Jats revolted against Aurangzeb ?
(A) Raja Ram (B) Gokul
(C) Churaman (D) Surajmal
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6. The First President of America was–
(A) George Washington (B) Abraham Lincoln
(C) Wilson (D) Roosevelt
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7. The French revolution was more important than that of America and England because–
(A) It came out from the middle classes (B) It ended the monarchism
(C) It affected all countries of Europe (D) It established Socialism in Europe
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8. The name of the thinker who propounded the idea of separation of powers was–
(A) Diderot (B) Montesque
(C) Voltaire (D) Rousseau
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9. The person who was held responsible for the reign of terror during French revolution named–
(A) Robeespierre (B) Danton
(C) Voltaire (D) Mirabeau
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10. The Industrial Revolution started from England because–
(A) England was a rich country
(B) The people of England were inventive mind
(C) The Rulers encourage industries
(D) England was geographically well suited as raw material like coal and iron was available in abundance
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11. The fundamental principles of Indian foreign policy is based on–
(A) Non-allianment (B) Imperialism
(C) Military Treaty (D) Political Alliances
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12. The Azad Hind Fauz was organised by–
(A) Bhagat Singh (B) Subhash Chandra Bose
(C) Maharaj Mahendra Pratap (D) C.R. Dass
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13. The United Nation Organisation differs from the League of Nations in the way that–
(A) The United Nations is an International body and the League of Nations was limited Europe
(B) The United Nations works with the cooperation of all country members while the League of Nations was under the control of the few
(C) The United Nations is not a part of an international treaty whereas League of Nations was
(D) The range of the United Nations is wider than that of the League of Nations
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14. Which of the following is the most powerful in U.N.O. ?
(A) General Assembly (B) Security Council
(C) Secretriat (D) International Court
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15. 26th Jan., 1950 is important in History of India because–
(A) India got independence
(B) Mahatma Gandhi died
(C) New constitution of Free India was introduced and India became a Sovereign Republic
(D) The Indian States were merged
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16. Who was the ruler of Delhi when Ibn Battutah visited India?
(A) Ibrahim Lodhi (B) Muhammad Ghori
(C) Muhammad bin Tughlaq (D) Sultan Raziya
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17. 1857 is famous in Indian history as–
(A) The first Indian War of Independence
(B) A year of unusual prosperity
(C) The starting point of industrialisation in the country
(D) The culminating point of the Bengal renaissance
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18. Which one of the following Acts brought about the abolition of the rule of East India Company?
(A) Act of 1793 (B) Act of 1813
(C) Act of 1833 (D) Act of 1858
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19. The demand for a separate State of Pakistan was made on the basis of 'two nation' theory at the Lahore Session of All Indian Muslim League held in–
(A) 1907 (C) 1937
(B) 1928 (D) 1940
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20. Which one of the following Sikh Gurus organised the Sikhs as soldiers to fight against the Mughal Army?
(A) Guru Nanak (B) Guru Arjun Dev
(C) Guru Angada (D) Guru Govind Singh
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