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Tilak was sentenced and transported to
Which one among the following is correct about the Doctrine of Lapse?
It did not allow the Indian rulers to adopt any heir
It did not allow an adopted heir to rule a state after the death of the ruler
It made the annexation of Indian State compulsory after the death of a ruler
It made the annexation of Indian State compulsory if the adoption of heir had not been approved by the British authorities
The Swaraj Party decided to take part in the Reforms Scheme under the Government of India Act, 1919 because
It wanted to gain political experience by forming government
It wanted to expose the hallow ness of the reforms provided in the Act
It wanted to co-operate with the government
It wanted to curtail the influence of `No changersƒ??
The Ancient Monuments Preservation Act was passed during the viceroyalty of
Which of the following is not one of the broad categories into which the edicts issued by Ashoka can be divided?
Public pronouncements meant for his subjects
Personal epistles directed to the Sangha
Pronouncement explaining the philosophy of Buddhism and its relevance in day-to day life
Edicts issued for the propagation of dhamma
Middle Eastern Sufism won followers:
among Khmer Hindus at Angkor Wat.
in the kingdom of the Sultan at Aceh.
within the Nguyen partition of Vietnam.
During the course of his numerous invasions, Muhammad Ghori (Before his conquest in the Second Battle of Tarain) was defeated by
Chalukya king Bhima II of Gujarat
Prithviraja Chauhan III of Ajmer
Both A and B above
and the Chandela king Paramardi
The Turkish brought with them musical instruments
Rabab and Sarangi
Sitar and Flute
Veena and Tabla
Tanpura and Mridang
When the Congress Ministries were formed in the provinces in June 1937, the Viceroy of India was
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