Indian history MCQ Practice Test 512

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Question 1
In which of the following Sessions of the Indian National Congress the `drain theory' was formally accepted ?
A
Benaras session, 1905
B
Calcutta session, 1906
C
Surat session, 1907
D
None of the above
Question 2
The Gita was complied by
A
Vedvyas
B
Krishna Vasudev
C
Valmiki
D
Vatsyayan
Question 3
Who introduced English in India?
A
Lord Canning
B
Lord Dalhousie
C
Lord Rippon
D
Lord William Bentick
Question 4
The Shuddhi Movement, involving the conversion of non- Hindus to Hinduism, was started by
A
Swami Vivekanand
B
Raja Ram Mohan Roy
C
Swami Dayanand Saraswati
D
Aurobindo Ghosh
Question 5
The Mughal ruler, Bahadur Shah II had been exiled by the British and sent to
A
Andman and Nicobar
B
Fatehpur Sikri
C
Mandalay
D
Rangoon
Question 6
The French society was divided into
A
one group
B
two groups
C
Three groups
D
four groups
Question 7
Consider the following statements
  1. Rajputas came into existence before the downfall of pratihara empire.
  2. The Rajput rulers divided the kingdoms among landed units calledJars.
  3. Rajput women enjoyed the same position as men.
Which of the above is/are not correct?
A
Only 1
B
Only 1 and 3
C
Only 2
D
Only 2 and 3
Question 8
Which of the following is not a category into Which Ashoka's monuments may be grouped?
A
Stupas
B
Pillars
C
Viharas
D
Caves
Question 9
Which of the following does not represent an important source material for the Mauryan period?
A
Literary works
B
Foreign accounts
C
Numismatic evidence
D
Epigraphic sources
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