Indian history MCQ Practice Test 177

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Question 1
Which of the following statements about the social structure of the Sangam Age is not correct?
A
The difference in the status and economic conditions was well accepted and rarely challenged by the people
B
Sangam literature mentions three regular varnas, namely, Brahmins, Kshatriyas and Vaisyas
C
There were four castes, namely, Tudiyan, Panan, Paraiyan and Kadamban
D
People were organized in professional social groups living apart from one-another
Question 2
A temple for `Patini devi' was constructed by
A
Karikala
B
Paranar
C
Senguttuvan
D
Udiyanjeral
Question 3
In Mansabdari system the Commander-in-Chief of the Army was
A
Mansabdar
B
Emperor
C
Prince
D
Dah Hazari
Question 4
The Working Committee of the Congress passed the Quit India resolution on
A
July 14, 1942
B
August 10, 1942
C
August 8, 1942
D
June 30, 1942
Question 5
The monolithic image of Jain Saint `Gomatiswara' is at .......
A
Mount Abu
B
Saravanabelgola
C
Kusinagara
D
Kalinga
Question 6
The British Governor General and Viceroy who served for the longest period in India was
A
Lord Irwin
B
Lord Dalhousie
C
Lord Curzon
D
Lord Linlithgow
Question 7
Which one of following event occur first ?
A
Swadeshi Movement
B
Shifting of capital to Delhi
C
Lucknow pack
D
Khilafat movement
Question 8
Which of the following was not one of the reasons for the gradual weakening of the tribal assemblies in the Later Vedic Period?
A
Increase in the royal power
B
In large territorial states ordinary people could not travel long distances to attend their meetings
C
The assemblies acquired an aristocratic character which took away most of their effectiveness
D
They also surrendered some of their activities to the new officials called ratnins
Question 9
In the elections of 1937 the Muslim LeagueĆ’??s electoral performance in the Muslim majority provinces such as Sindh, Punjab and NorthWest Frontier had been
A
Extremely good
B
Very good
C
Good
D
Very poor
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