34. Art and Architecture of India (600-1000 AD)

At which of the following places, Jain and Brahmanical (Saiva and Vaishnava) temples were erected in the typical Aryavarta style in medieval India?
At which of the following places 16 Brahmanical and Jain temples were found belonging to the medieval period?
Which of the following are the examples of rock-cut temples built in the northern style?
1) Damnar, 50 miles south-east of Jhalrapatan.
2) Masrur in the Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh.
Select the correct option from the codes given below:
During which period the beautiful temple of Surya at Modhera in the former Baroda state was constructed?
Which of the following characteristics were present in the buildings constructed in Kashmir during medieval period?
1) They were constructed of immense stones, wrought with astonishing precision.
2) Graeco-Buddhist style 
3) Masons had a profound knowledge of the art of building.
Select the correct option from the codes given below:

Category: GK Questions

These questions are part of GKToday's 35,000+ GK Questions Course in GKToday Android Application which provides more than 35K questions with explanations suitable for all Competitive Exams of India.