Indian history MCQ Practice Test 598

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Question 1
The Mutiny was brought to an end with the fall of ...... into the hands of the British in India.
A
Meerut
B
Awadh
C
Gwalior
D
Rohilkhand
Question 2
To which of the following dynasties did Karikala, the famous king of this period, belong?
A
Chera
B
Chola
C
Pandya
D
Pallava
Question 3
During whose reign did Buddhism become the state religion?
A
Chandragupta Maurya
B
Skandagupta I
C
Samudragupta
D
Ashoka
Question 4
The Gupta king who is known in the Indian legends as Vikramaditya was
A
Chandragupta I
B
Samudragupta
C
Chandragupta II
D
Skandagupta
Question 5
The famous Quit India Resolution was passed on
A
August 8, 1942
B
August 28, 1942
C
April 4, 1928
D
April 24, 1928
Question 6
Indicate the importance of the treaty of Amritsar (1809) signed between Ranjit Singh and the English?
A
It marked the beginning of an era of peace and prosperity in the Punjab
B
It helped Ranjit Singh in realising his ambition of conquering Multan, Kashmir, Ladakh and Peshawar
C
It recognised the power of the British as the political limit of Ranjit Singh's policy of expansion
D
It made him the undisputed master of all the Sikhs
Question 7
Who among the following believed in the theory of Bhedabhed?
A
Vallabhacharya
B
Nimbarakacharya
C
Madhvacharya
D
Ramanujacharya
Question 8
Which of the following is regarded by historians as a crucial stage In describing the progress of civilization?
A
Writing
B
The discovery of fire
C
Agriculture
D
The use of internet
Question 9
Which of the following are true with regard to the Chola administration of Cholas?
  1. Elections constituted an essential part of the local administration.
  2. Big towns had their own independent institutions known as Tar - Kurrams.
  3. Elections were held within the presists of the local temples.
  4. Very little autonomy was given to the local institutions.
A
1 and 2
B
1, 2 and 3
C
1 and 3
D
2 and 4
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