Quiz 182: Indian History for Civil Services India & Other UPSC Examinations

1. In which of the following forts Jahanagir Mahal is located ?
[A] Lahore Fort
[B] Agra Fort
[C] Red Fort
[D] Golconda Fort

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2. “He can be attributed for the firm establishment of Mughal rule in India in the later part of 16th century”. Who was he?
[A] Ali Quli Khan
[B] Bairam Khan
[C] Bairam Khan
[D] Mir Jafar

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3. Who among the following translated Baburnama from chagtai to Persian
[A] Abdul Rahim Khan-I-Khana
[B] Abul Fazal
[C] Khawaja Reazuddin Atash
[D] Humayun

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4. After death of Bindusara, who among the following is considered to help Asoka to capture the throne?
[A] Vishnugupta
[B] Radhagupta
[C] Tishya
[D] Bairam khan

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5. Who has initiated the slogan ” Inqlab Zindabad”?
[A] Bhagat Singh
[B] Chandra shekahar Azad
[C] Iqbal
[D] Hasrat Mohani

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6. During which of the following events Indians got the earliest contact with Islam?
[A] Arab invasion of Sindh in 7th Century
[B] Turkish Invasion in 11th century
[C] Arab merchants at the Malabar Coast
[D] None of the above

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7. William Digby is known to write on which of the aspects of India ?
[A] Indian education
[B] Indian society
[C] Famines in India
[D] Poverty in India

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8. Indian Muslims were allotted reserved seats in the Municipal and District Boards, in the Provincial Councils and in the Imperial Legislature, in which of the following acts?
[A] Government of India Act 1909
[B] Government of India Act 1919
[C] Indian Councils Act 1861
[D] Indian Councils Act 1891

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9. Indian Muslims were allotted reserved seats in the Municipal and District Boards, in the Provincial Councils and in the Imperial Legislature, in which of the following acts?
[A] Government of India Act 1909
[B] Government of India Act 1919
[C] Indian Councils Act 1861
[D] Indian Councils Act 1891

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10. Which Buddhist council was held during the reign of Kanishka?
[A] 1st
[B] 2nd
[C] 3rd
[D] 4th

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