Indian History Objective Questions and Answers

Indian History Objective Questions and Answers
1. Which of the following statements is not true about the downfall of Delhi Sultnate ?
Sultnate ended due to–
(A) The bad effects of the plans of Mohd. Tughlaq (B) Religious intolerance of Muslim rulers
(C) Monarchical administration (D) Strengthening of Hindu religion
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2. Which statement about Bhakti Movement is true?
(A) Bhakti movement spoiled Hindu religion (B) It tried to end the caste- system
(C) It propageted Islamic religions (D) It raised violence
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3. The humiliating tax imposed on Hindus in the period of Sultnate was–
(A) Ushr (B) Kharaj
(C) Jaziya (D) Zakat
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4. The Parada System started in India from–
(A) Vedic period (B) Rajput period
(C) Muslim period (D) British period
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5. The author of Prathvi Raj Raso was–
(A) Amir Khusrau (B) Chandravardai
(C) Gopal Nayak (D) Gorakh Nath
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6. The name of Mangal Pande is remembered in Indian History because–
(A) He was a great warrior
(B) He helped the Britishers in the time of Indian revolution
(C) He was a great social-reformer of British period
(D) He provoked the army of revolt
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7. The War of Independence of 1857 failed because–
(A) The revolution was not well organised (B) It was not supported by public
(C) There were differences of opinions (D) It began prematurely
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8. The Indian Council Act of 1892 brought some amendment that–
(A) Secretary of India was appointed
(B) The members of the Council of Governor General became 12
(C) Indian Council was established
(D) System of Indirect-election was started
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9. The Dyarchy under the Act of 1919 was introduced for–
(A) The separation of provinces from centre administration
(B) The Government representatives and public representatives were to be given separate departments for administration in Centre Government
(C) The distribution of separate departments to the representatives of Government and public representatives in Provinces
(D) Centralization of administration to control the Provinces
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10. Bengal was divided during the Governer Generalship of–
(A) Lord Warren Hastings (B) Lord Canning
(C) Lord Curzon (D) Lord Hardings
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11. "Return home with your shield or on it." The meaning of the saying of Roman was–
(A) Return home from battle with your arms
(B) Return home safely
(C) Either return with victory or die in battle field
(D) Run away from the field with your shield if enemy is stronger than you
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12. The Eye of Greece in ancient time was–
(A) Sparta (B) Macedomia
(C) Crete (D) Athene
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13. "Neither is poverty a bar but a man may benefit his country whatever be the obscurity of his position" this was said by–
(A) Percles (B) Plato
(C) Alexander (D) Solon
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14. The Emergency was declared by the President on 25th June, 1975 as he was satisfied that–
(A) The general deteriotion in economic condition was rapidly increasing
(B) India was being threatened by external attack
(C) There was a great fear to the Internal security
(D) Constitutional machinery had come to breakdown
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15. The Kuominatang lost ground because–
(A) Chiang Kai-Sheik was kidnapped
(B) Japan occupied China's provinces
(C) America and Japan were at war
(D) Widespread corruption had made Chiang Kai-Sheik unpopular
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16. 'Do or die' Slogan was given by Gandhi Ji–
(A) During Non-eo-operation Movement (B) During Civil Disobedience Movement
(C) During 'Quit India' Movement (D) During Industrial Satyagrah
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17. Martin Luther King is associated with–
(A) Renaissan (B) Reformation
(C) French Revolution (D) Glorious Revolution
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18. Who did divide Bengal for the first time?
(A) Lord Lytton (B) Lord Minto
(C) Lord Curzon (D) Lord Hardinge
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19. Who did introduced 'Local Self Government' in India?
(A) Lord Ripon (B) Lord Dufferin
(C) Lord Curzon (D) Lord Linlithgo
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20. When did 'Glorious Revolution' take place in England?
(A) 1660 (B) 1685
(C) 1688 (D) 1588
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