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