Indian history MCQ Practice Test 478

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Question 1
The mercantile community was most attracted to Jainism because:
A
It could follow the religion without any hindrance to its economic activities
B
The Vedic rituals and sacrifices were hindrances to its vocation
C
The peace and non-violence of Jainism was conducive to the development of trade and commerce
D
The doctrine of Kama of Jainism greatly impressed the merchants and traders
Question 2
Lord Mountbatten had replaced Lord ...... as the viceroy of India in 1947.
A
Wavell
B
Lytton
C
Linlithgow
D
Cornwallis
Question 3
Ashoka has been particularly Influenced by the Buddhist monk
A
Ambhi
B
Upagupta
C
Asvaghosha
D
Vasubandhu
Question 4
Which of the following statements about Fourth Anglo- Mysore War are correct?
  1. The Madras Council suggested a policy of rigorous and intense attack on Mysore.
  2. Lord Wellesley tried to revive the triple alliance.
  3. Tipu sent emissaries to Arabia, Versailles, Mauritius and Kabul enlisting support against the English.
  4. The war was of a very short duration though decisive.
Select the correct answer using the codes given below
A
2, 3 and 4
B
1, 3 and 4
C
2 and 4
D
1 and 3
Question 5
Indicate the correct chronological order in which the following reformers undertook their missions.
  1. Visveswara
  2. Ramanuja
  3. Chaitanya
  4. Kabir
A
1,2,3,4
B
1,2,4,3
C
2,1,4,3
D
4 2 3 1
Question 6
During the Gupta age, the caste system was
A
Made further rigid
B
As usual
C
Further libralised
D
none of these
Question 7
The North Indian Dynasties that confronted the Rashtrakutas were-
A
The Pratiharas and the Paramaras
B
The Palas and the Chandelas
C
The Pratiharas and the Palas
D
The Chalukyas and the Chahamanas
Question 8
Which of the following statements about the system of taxation and revenue administration in the Later Vedic period is not correct?
A
Settled life and stable agriculture led to the production of surplus which could be collected by the king in the form of taxes
B
The king received regular contributions from the people in the shape of bali and shulka
C
One-sixth of the produce of the land was payable to the king
D
An official called bhagadugha collected the royal share of the produce
Question 9
Buddhism \& Jainism were totally against
A
The caste system
B
The Vedas
C
Good old rituals
D
Supremacy of Brahmins
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