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Question 1
The commercial rivalry between the Dutch and the English in India came to an end
A
As a result of an agreement between the trading stations at Government of Britain and Holland in 1609.
B
Following issuance of orders granting monopoly in favour of the British East India Company by the Pope
C
With the defeat of the Dutch at the battle of Bedara in 1759
D
As a result of the `Massacre at Amboyna'
Question 2
The copper boards are associated with the
A
Lustrous red ware
B
Ochre-coloured ware
C
Black and red ware
D
Painted grey ware
Question 3
Which one of the following was the port city of the Indus Valley Civilisation?
A
Harappa
B
Kalibangan
C
Lothal
D
Mohenjodara
Question 4
The Pallava kings were the makers of the rock-cut temples at
A
Thanjavur
B
Mahabalipuram
C
Khajuraho
D
Rameswaram
Question 5
Consider the following statements:
  1. Satavahana rulers persecuted the Buddhists.
  2. Pushyamitra Sunga patronised the Buddhists.
  3. Shashanka cut off the Bodhi tree at Bodha Gaya.
Which of these statements is/are correct?
A
1 only
B
2 and 3
C
1 and 3
D
3 only
Question 6
After the initial success of the Revolt of 1857, the objective for Which the leaders of the Revolt worked was
A
to restore the former glory to the Mughal empire
B
to form a Federation of Indian States under the aegis of Bhadur Shah II
C
elimination of foreign rule and return of the old order
D
each leader wanted to establish his own power in his respective region
Question 7
The notion of saptanga that was introduced in Arthashastra includes
A
kings, territory, administration and treasury
B
music, dance, ragas and wrestling
C
ministers, civil servants, subalterns and those involved in espionage
D
aristocrats, acharyas, traders and monks .
Question 8
Consider the following pairs , regarding the tax imposed on medieval India :
  1. Kharaj - Land
  2. Jizya - On non-Muslims
  3. Khams - On property
Which of the pairs given above are correct?
A
1 and 2 only
B
2 and 3 only
C
1 and 3 only
D
1, 2 and 3
Question 9
Which one of the following agrarian measures was NOT adopted by Ghiyasudding Tughlaq?
A
He discarded measurement in favour of sharing.
B
The chiefs and headmen of villages were given back their perquisites.
C
The basis of the demand by the Government was to be Hukm-i-hasil (in accordance with yield) with enough provision for crop failures.
D
He made a large reduction in the scale of revenue fixed by Alauddin and brought it down to one-sixth of the gross produce.
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