Indian history MCQ Practice Test 141

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Question 1
Who of the following is known as a Jain scholar ?
A
Asvaghose
B
Hemchandra
C
Dharmakirti
D
Diwakaramitra
Question 2
Which of the following statements about the Mauryan kings is not correct?
A
They had extensive powers encompassing administrative, judicial, and legislative functions
B
They laid claim to divinity
C
Appointments to the most important offices were made by the ruler himself
D
The kings often laid down codes of regulation for the guidance of their officers and the people
Question 3
The first Rashtrakuta-ruler who successfully invaded North India was --
A
Govinda II
B
Dhruva
C
Govinda Ill
D
Krishna II
Question 4
When did the Cripps Mission, Which had practically repeated the August Offer 1940 visit India?
A
1941
B
1942
C
1943
D
1944
Question 5
Which one of the following statements about the teachings of Kabir is not correct?
A
He was not against pilgrimage and idol worship
B
He believed in universal love
C
He emphasised on one God and the spread of devotionalism
D
He did not consider it necessary to abandon the normal life of a householder
Question 6
The use of the mother tongue in India in the law Court was permitted by
A
Lord Hastings
B
Cornwallis
C
Lord Dalhousie
D
Bentinck
Question 7
The Atharva Veda does not discuss the ideal of
A
Karma
B
Jnana
C
Upasana
D
Moksha
Question 8
With Which of the following would you associate Jyotiba Phule?
A
Satya Shodhak Mandal
B
Theosophical Society
C
Tattvabodhini Samaj
D
Dharma Sabha
Question 9
The Indo-Greek Kingdom set up in north Afghanistan in the beginning of the second century BC was
A
Scythia
B
Zedrasia
C
Bactria
D
Aria
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