Online Indian History Quiz Test

Online Indian History Quiz Test
1. The first animal tamed by the men of middle. Stone Age was–
(A) Dog (B) Bullock
(C) Horse (D) Camel
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2. The main occupation of early Aryans of Rigvedic Age was–
(A) Craftmanship (B) Pastoralism
(C) Agriculture (D) Trade
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3. Cuneiform script is associated with–
(A) Chinese Civilisation (B) Indus Valley Civilisation
(C) Mesopotamian Civilisation (D) Egyptian Civilisation
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4. What religion is associated with Sermon on the Mount?
(A) Christianity (B) Parsi religion
(C) Islam (D) Jewish religion
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5. The fourth Buddhist Council was held during the reign of–
(A) Ashoka (B) Kanishka
(C) Vrihadratha (D) Harshvardhana
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6. The religious movement in Europe during the time of Renaissance became popular because–
(A) It was related to religion
(B) It was started to remove corruption from religion and impose restriction upon Church
(C) The movement wanted to establish national monarchy
(D) All the above causes
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7. Instead of Arabs, Portugueses dominated the sea because–
(A) Portugueses had well equipped ships (B) They had compass for their help
(C) They were very good navigators (D) They were helped by their kings
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8. Martin Luther protested against the Pope because–
(A) The Pope enjoyed a luxurious life (B) He encouraged the practice 'Indulgence'
(C) He had become dictator (D) He was foreigner to Germany
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9. The main cause of the Bloodless Revolution in England was–
(A) The encouragement of the Rules for Catholic religion in the country
(B) Curtailing the power of Parliament and making the monarchism powerful
(C) James II was proved culprit for religious crimes
(D) All the above causes
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10. In 1215 A.D. John was compelled by the Lords to sign on an Agreement which was called–
(A) Bill of Pitition (B) Magna Carta
(C) Pitition of Rights (D) Paris Agreement
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11. The Revolutionary who threw a bomb in the Assembly was–
(A) Chandra Shekhar Azad (B) Bhagat Singh
(C) Ram Prasad Bismil (D) Sukh Dev
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12. Which of the following names is wrongly mentioned among those who were hanged during the time of National Movement?
(A) Sardar Bhagat Singh (B) Sukh Dev
(C) Ashafakulla (D) Chandra Shekhar Azad
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13. The International Organization which was founded on 24th Oct., 1945 is known as–
(A) Red Cross Society (B) U.N.O.
(C) League of Nations (D) Y.M.C.A.
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14. The Cold war means–
(A) The war of words
(B) The war without arms
(C) The war in which the arms are not used but the whole atmosphere of war remains the same between the rival countries
(D) The war with sticks
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15. The country which used Veto power in U.N.O. on Kashmir issue in favour of India was–
(A) U.S.A. (B) France
(C) U.S.S.R. (D) England
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16. Harappa is famous as–
(A) A commercial centre of classical India (B) An Urban centre of the Indus Valley civilisation
(C) A Vedic town of great religious significance (D) The capital of an Indian kingdom of classical times
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17. By the first century A.D. the new form of Buddhism was known as–
(A) Mahayana (B) Hinayana
(C) Vajrayana (D) Sahajyana
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18. After the victory of Kalinga, Ashoka–
(A) Embrassed Buddhist religion (B) Renounced the policy of war and victory
(C) Started the policy of Dhammaghasa (D) All the above
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19. The Gandhara School of Sculpture was a blend of–
(A) Indian and Greek styles (B) Indian and Persian styles
(C) Was purely Indian in origin (D) Indian and South-East Asian style
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20. Akbar's religious policy was characterised by–
(A) Tolerance towards all religions
(B) An indifference to religion
(C) An illiberal attitude towards religious communities
(D) Belief in secularism
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