Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
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Which of the following statements about the Chalukyas is incorrect?
The Chalukyas were brahmanical hindus.
The army of the Chalukyas consisted of a small standing army, but helped by feudal lords.
The Chalukyas developed the Deccan or Vesara style in the building of structural temples
The Buddhists and Jains were not allowed to build temples.
In the context of cultural history of India, a pose in dance and dramatics called `Tribhanga' has been a favourite of Indian artists from ancient times till today. Which one of the following statements best describes this pose?
One leg is bent and the body is slightly but oppositely curved at waist and neck
Facial expressions, hand gestures and make-up are combined to symbolize certain epic or historic characters
Movements of body, face and hands are used to express oneself or to tell a story
A little smile, slightly curved waist and certain hand gestures are emphasized to express the feelings of love or eroticism.
The concept of Eight-Cold Path forms the theme of
Ashoka himself considered his policy of dhamma as:
The essence of original Buddhism as preached by the Buddha
A way of life which was both practical and convenient as well as highly moral
The ideal of virtuous life based on moral teachings of various thinkers
The essence of all religions or the common religion of mankind
Which of the following Vedas is rendered musically?
The official credited with the construction of the sudarshana lake in saurashtra during the reign of Chandragupta Maurya was
Vaisya Pushya Gupta
What was the historical name of Ancient India?
Narendra MandaI was inaugurated by Duke of Connaught in the year
The Harappan Civilisation achieved far greater advancement than Sumer, Elam etc. on account of its
weights and measures
seals and figures
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