Indian history MCQ Practice Test 60

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Question 1
The diary of Athanasius (Afanasi) Nikitin, the first Russian traveller to India, is entitled
A
A passage to India
B
The land of miracles
C
The journey beyond the three seas
D
Travel to the land of honey and gold
Question 2
The founder of modern Pakistan was:
A
Ali Bhutto.
B
Ayub Khan.
C
Ali Jinnah.
D
Yahya Khan.
Question 3
The Paris Commune took place in the year
A
28 March, 1871
B
28 March, 1872
C
28 March, 1873
D
28 March, 1874
Question 4
In whichlanguage were the Sangam classics written?
A
Tamil
B
Telugu
C
Kannada
D
Malayalam
Question 5
Which one of the following statement about Brihadeswara temple at Tanjavur, is not correct?
A
The temple is a splendid example of Chola architecture
B
It was built by emperor Rajaraja
C
The temple is constructed of granite
D
The temple is a monument dedicated to Lord Vishnu
Question 6
Which Mughal emperor enrolled Guru Govind Singh into Mughal service?
A
Bahadur Shah I
B
Jahandar Shaha
C
Faurkh Siyyar
D
Mohammed Shah
Question 7
Dadaji was the guardian of
A
Shivaji
B
Shaji Bhonsle
C
Sambaji
D
Shahu
Question 8
Consider the following statements about Bahadur Shah Zafar
  1. He was the last Mughal ruler
  2. He was killed in the 1857 revolt
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
A
1 only
B
2 only
C
Both 1 and 2
D
Neither 1 nor 2
Question 9
Most of the large Harappan towns had for fortifications Which served the purpose of
A
safety from robbers
B
protection against cattle raiders
C
protection against floods
D
All the above
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