Indian History solved MCQs

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chapter:   Medieval History

251. Which Mughal Emperor was also known asAlamgir?

a. Babar

B. Shahjahan

c. Aurangzeb

d. Jahangir

252. Where did Guru Gobind Singh baptize the firstfive members of the Khalsa Panth?

a. Larkana

B. Anandpur

c. Patna

d. Nanded

253. Which Mughal Emperor’s father- in-law Itmadud-daulah?

a. Aurangzeb

B. Shahjahan

c. Bahadur Shah

d. Jahangir

254. Which Mughal emperor re-imposed the jaziatax on the non-Muslims in the year 1679?

a. Akbar

B. Shah Jahan

c. Shah Alam I

d. Aurangzeb

255. Which Mughal Emperor’s first ten years rule does the ‘Padshahnama’ chronicle?

a. Akbar

B. Jahangir

c. Aurangzeb

d. Shahjahan

256. Which Mughal emperor handed over the Diwani of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa to the East India Company?

a. Jahandar Shah

B. Mohammad Shah

c. Bahadur Shah Zafar

d. Shah Alam

257. Which Rajpur hero became the king of Mewarin 1572?

a. Veer Hemu

B. Rana Sangha

c. Maharana Pratap

d. Bappa Rawal

258. Who crowned himself king of Maratha kingdom in 1674?

a. Shahu

B. Balaji Baji Rao

c. Nana Saheb

d. Shivaji

259. Which of these Rajput princesses did Akbar marry?

a. Lakshmi Bai

B. Jodha Bai

c. Jadan Bai

d. Tara Bai

260. Which son succeeded Aurangzeb as the Emperor of India under the title of Bahadur Shah?

a. Mohammad Muazzam

B. Kam Baksh

c. Qutub-ud-din

d. Jahandar Shah

261. Which of these queens died of battle wounds while fighting in male attire in the Battle of Kotah-ki-sarai?

a. Rani of Jhansi

B. Mumtaz Mahal

c. Jodha Bhai

d. Chand Bibi

262. In the Mughal court which of these was the hall for public audience?

a. Diwan-e-Aam

B. Diwan-e-khas

c. Hauz-khas

d. Hauz-Aam

263. Which Mughal Emperor’s brother were Kamran, Handal and Askari?

a. Akbar

B. Shahjahan

c. Humayun

d. Aurangzeb

264. Whom did Guru Gobind Singh nominated as his military deputy in September, 1708?

a. Hari Singh Nalwa

B. Zorawar Singh

c. Banda Bahadur

d. Ranjit Singh

265. Ibadat Khana, where Akbar held discussionson religious matters, is a building at

a. Agra

B. Sikandra

c. Fatehpur Sikri

d. Delhi

266. Which city in Madhya Pradesh is known for the legendary love story of Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati?

a. Khajuraho

B. Amravati

c. Mandu

d. Morbi

267. Who is considered to be responsible for thedecline of the Mughal Empire?

a. Ibrahim Lodhi

B. Mohammad Tughlak

c. Bahadur Shah Zafar

d. Aurangzeb

268. Amir Khusrau was a musician and_____.

a. Sufi saint

B. Persian and Hindi writer, and scholar

c. historian

d. All of the above

269. Which of the following is correctly matched?

a. Golden Temple - Patiala

B. Iron Pillar - Agra

c. Qutab Minar - Mathura

d. Humayun’s Tomb - Delhi

270. The Sufi saint who maintained that devotional music was one way of moving closer to the God was

a. Moin-ud-din-Chisti

B. Baba Farid

c. Saiyid Muhammed

d. Shah Alam Bukhari

271. The guerilla warfare was pioneered by

a. Aurangzeb

B. Akbar

c. Shivaji

d. Balaji Rao

272. ‘Chauth’ was a tax collected by

a. Marathas

B. Mughals

c. Khiljis

d. Tughlaqs

273. Who among the following Delhi Sultans madeAgra the capital of his Empire?

a. Iltutmish

B. Balban

c. Feroz Shah Tughlaq

d. Sikander Lodhi

274. The Italian traveler, who left very praiseworthy account of the Vijaynagar Empire, was

a. E. Barbosa

B. Manucci

c. Marco Polo

d. Nicolo Conti

275. Who said, “Ram and Rahim are the two different names of the same God?”

a. Kabir

B. Ramdas

c. Chatianaya

d. Ramanuja

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