1.Vijaysena of Sena dynasty
2.Mihira Bhoja of Prathihara dynasty
3.Gopala of the Pala dynasty
4.Dantidurga of Rashtrakuta dynasty
1.It was constructed by Pushyagupta, the Governor of Saurashtra region during Chandragupta Maurya
2.Tushaap constructed a darn on the lake during Ashoka Maurya
3.First reconstruction was undertaken by Governor Suvishakh during Saka satrap Rudradaman and 2nd by Chakrapalit during the reign of Skandgupta
4.All of the above
Find out the correct statement (s) related to the features of Bhakti Movement? I. Its proponents preached the ?unity of the god-head? and emphasized that ?devotion to God? and faith in him led to salvation. II. It laid stress on equality of all human beings and universal brotherhood. Code.
3.Both I & II
4.Neither I nor II
In what way did the early nationalists undermine the moral foundations of the British rule with great success?
1.By their agitation for Constitutional reforms
2.By advocating open revolt
3.By seeking foreign help against the British
4.By seeking the support of the Indians living abroad
Rudra Sampradaya School was founded by:
What was the Ilbert Bill intended for?
1.To remove racial discrimination in employment
2.To enable India District Magistrates and Session Judges to try Europeans
3.To save Indians from racial humiliation
4.To change the method of recruitment in the Indian Civil Service
When was the famous Resolution on non-cooperation under the inspiration of Mahatma Gandhi was adopted in a special session of the Congress held in Calcutta?
Which Bhakti Saint did not believe in the qualified monism of Ramanuja and emphasised the doctrine of duality, based mainly upon the Bhagavata Purana?
Which Bhakti Saint propounded Suddhadvaita Vedanta (Pure non-dualism) and philosophy called Pustimarga (the path of grace)?
Which Bhakti Saints known as Sri Gauranga, was a popular Vaishnava saint and reformer from Bengal?
1.Tomars, Pariharas, Chauhans, Pawars
2.Chandellas, Tornars, Solankis, Chauhans
3.Chandellas, Pariharas, Chauhans, Pawars
4.Pariharas, Chauhans, Pawars, Solankis
Which of the following Bhakti Saints poem is compiled in Sur Sagar, Sahitva Ratna and Sur Sarawali?
Which of the following Bhakti sect founded by Birbhan and their religious granth is revered like the Granth of the Sikhs?
4.All of the above
Which of the following event was the reason for suspension of the Non-Cooperation Movement?
1.The non Co-operators were not enthusiastic
2.The leaders like Subhas Chandra Bose were against it
3.Gandhiji bowed to the pressure of the British government
4.Chauri Chaura incident
1.First World War
2.Just before the First World War
3.After the First World War
4.After the passing of the Act of 1909
2.Issue of White Paper
4.Arrival of Simon Commission
1.Bhagat Singh: Meerut Conspiracy Case
2.Ram Prasad Bismil: Kakori Conspiracy Case
3.Chandra Shekhar Azad: New Delhi Conspiracy
4.Surya Sen: Chittagong Armoury Raid
1.Sena dynasty ?Founded by Vijaya Sena
2.Pala dynasty ?Founded by Gopala
3.Prathihara dynasty ?Founded by Bhoja
4.Rastrakuta dynasty ?Founded by Amogavarsha
1.Lala Lajpat Rai and Feroz Shah Mehta
2.Sarojini Naidu and Annie Besant
3.C. R. Das and Motilal Nehru
4.C. Rajagopalachari and C. Y. Chintamani
Which of the following leader said that the Act of 1935 provided a machine with strong brakes but no engine?
Which of the following leader was not associated with extremist leadership of Indian National Congress?
3.Lala Lajpat Rai
4.A. O. Hume
3.The Times of India
1.Transfer of power to the Indians
2.The enlargement of the Viceroys Executive Council
3.Remodelling of the Central legislature
4.Doing away with the distinction between the regulation and non-regulation provinces
Which of the following statement (s) is/are not correct about Bhagavatism and Krishna Cult (Bhakti Cult)? 1. Bhagavatism is a branch of Vaishnavism, where the devotees worship the various avatars of Lord Vishnu. II. The origin of Bhagavatism or Vaishnavism has been sought in the Upanishadic period because in the ?Chandogya Upanishad? Krishna is described as a disciple of the sage Ghora. Code.
3.Both I & II
4.Neither I nor II
1.British India must an integral part of the British Empire.
2.Responsible government would be realised only by progressive stages.
3.Provincial subjects were classified into reserved subjects & transferred subjects.
4.The salary of the Secretary of State for India was drawn out of the revenues of Indian government.
Which of the following statements about the Government of India Act of 1935 is not correct?
1.Diarchy was established in the provinces.
2.The Viceroy was given special powers.
3.The federal executive was to consist of the Viceroy, councillors and the ministers.
4.The federal legislature was to be bicameral.
Which of the following trio leaders referred to as Lal, Bal and Pal during the freedom movement?
1.Lala Lajpat Rai, Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Bipin Chandra Pal
2.Lal Bahadur Shastri, Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Bipin Chandra Pal
3.Lal Bahadur Shastri, Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Gopala Krishna Gokhale
4.Lala Lajpat Rai, Bal Gangadhar Tilak and C. Rajagopalachari
1.The Government of India Act, 1858
2.The Ilbert Bill
3.Indian Councils Act of 1892
4.Queen Victorias Proclamation
Who among the following Bhakti Saints blended that the philosophical monist of the past with stress on Bhakti, the poetry and dignity of Valmiki?s Ramayana with the devotional fervour and humanism of Bhagvata?
2.Syed Ahmad Khan
3.Abul Kalam Azad
4.Muhhammed Ali Jinnah
Who led the Bardoli Satyagraha in 1928?
2.M. K. Gandhi
Who strongly opposed sectarianism and rites and insisted on adoption of Hindi in place of Sanskrit?
Who wrote a commentary on the Brahma sutras refuted Shari Kara and offered an interpretation based on the theistic ideas?
Who wrote biography of Chaitanya?
4.Both A & B
Who wrote Dasa Sloki, which deals with three realities (tri-tattava) ?Brahma (Krishna), soul (Chit) and matter (Achit)?
Why was the Khilafat Movement started?
1.To protest against the injustice done to Egypt
2.To protest against the injustice done to Arabia
3.To protest against the injustice done to Persia
4.To protest against the injustice done to Turkey
Why was the Simon Commission boycotted?
1.Simon was not known to be a great supporter of the Indian cause.
2.All the members of the commission were Englishmen.
3.It was appointed before the expiry of the statutory period.
4.Peaceful demonstrators were severely beaten by the police.