Indian history MCQ Practice Test 370

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Question 1
The last great royal patrons of Buddhism in India were the
A
Palas
B
Gurjar Pratiharas
C
Paramaras
D
Senas
Question 2
Which of the following statement is true with regard to the Golden Farman
A
It granted the privilege of trading in Bengal in return for a fixed annual payment of duties worth Rs. 3000
B
It allowed free trade in the ports belonging to the kingdom of Golkunda on payment of duties with 500 pagodas
C
The English factories were not bothered with demands of customs for goods imported or exported by land or by water
D
The English were allowed to fortify their positions on Indian soil
Question 3
`KumarsambhavamÆ’?? describes the story of birth of
A
Sanatkumara
B
Kartikeya
C
Pradyumna
D
Abhimanyu
Question 4
Who of the following Governor-Generals realised the importance of Rajput alliance and entered into treaties with a number of Rajput states?
A
Warren Hastings
B
Lord Cornwallis
C
Lord Wellesley
D
Lord Hastings
Question 5
According to the provisions of the Regulating Act the Supreme Court in Bengal consisted of the Chief Justice and
A
Five Judges
B
Two Judges
C
Six Judges
D
Three Judges
Question 6
Consider the following pairs :
  1. Khond Uprising - Orissa.
  2. Santhal Rebellion - Bengal
  3. Kuki Movement - Nagaland
Which of the pairs given above are correct?
A
1,2 and 3
B
2 and 3 only
C
1 and 2 only
D
1 and 3 only
Question 7
Vernacular Press Act passed in?
A
1877
B
1878
C
1879
D
1880
Question 8
In the Battle ofWandiwash, the English defeated
A
the Dutch
B
the French
C
the Portuguese
D
None of these
Question 9
Which of the following statements about the Mauryan relations with Sri Lanka is not correct?
A
The coming of Mahendra and Sanghmitra to Sri Lanka was the First official contact between the two countries
B
The king of Sri Lanka, Tissa, adopted the title of Devanampirya and appears to have modelled himself on Ashoka
C
There were frequent exchanges of gifts and envoys
D
Tisas, the Sinhalese king, accepted Buddhism and appears to have made it the state religion
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