Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
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Which of the following metals were mostly used for minting coins during the Mauryan period?
Bronze and gold
Gold and lead
Silver and copper
Lead and silver
Who had rounded the first women's university in India?
Rani Ahilya Devi
Ishwar Chandra Vidayasagar
Rani of Thomi
Dhondo Keshav Karve
Who captured Pune in 1818?
It is said that in Chola territory, watered by Kaveri, the space in which an elephant could lie down produced enough to feed seven persons. What does this statement imply?
The elephants were rated very highly among the domesticated animals
The lands were very fertile with enough irrigation facilities
The economy was mainly agricultural
There was a large agricultural surplus
Muhammad bin Tughlaq's experiment of introducing token currency could not succeed on account of
rejection of token coins by foreign merchants
shortage of copper for minting token coins
large-scale minting of spurious coins
poor quality of token currency
By whom among the following was the Paramdham Ashram established?
Acharya Vinoba Bhave
Consider the following statements regarding the history of Kashmir in the tenth century-
- There were two rival groups in the court.
- Queen Sugandha was deposed in 914 A.D.
- Queen Didda did not curb the powers of the feudal land owners.
1, 2, 3
Consider the following statements regarding August offer:
- For the first time it recognized the exclusive rights of Indians to frame their own constitution.
- It made Indians a majority in the Viceroy's executive council.
Both 1 and 2
Neither 1 nor 2
The Post-Gupta social structure in North India was marked by the
Growing importance of women
Lessening of untouchability
Proliferation of castes
Revival of slavery
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