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Question 1
The founder of Amritsar city was
A
Guru Govind Singh
B
Guru Ramada’s
C
Guru Teg Bahagur
D
Guru Nanak
Question 2
Who was the Arab ruler who launched 17 attacks on India?
A
Muhammed-bin-Quasim
B
Muhammed of Ghazni
C
Muhammed of Ghori
D
Muhammed –bin-Tughluq
Question 3
Salt under the Cholas was
A
Bhaga
B
Uppayam
C
Valiyam
D
Hiranya
Question 4
The last mauryan rules was over thrown by
A
Agnimitra
B
Kharavela
C
Pushyamita
D
Dhana Nandha
Question 5
Under whose leadership the All India Muslim league was set up?
A
Mohammed Ali Jinnah
B
Sayyid Ahmed Khan
C
Aga Khan
D
Navab Salimullah
Question 6
The first weekly paper published by the Indian National Congress in 1889 was
A
Young India
B
India
C
Indian people
D
Voice of India
Question 7
Subramani Siva built a temple for Bharat Mata at
A
Madurai
B
Vathalagundu
C
Tirunelveli
D
Paparappathi
Question 8
The Lucknow conference of Indian National Congress in 1916 is an important turning point because
A
It demanded domination status for India
B
It demanded complete independence
C
Annie Besant was the President
D
Indian National Congress and all India muslim league resolved for a joint struggle
Question 9
Jallianwala Bagh is situated in the city of
A
Lucknow
B
Patha
C
Amritsar
D
Lahore
Question 10
When dis the Chauri-Chaura violence take place?
A
5th January, 1922
B
5th February, 1922
C
5th March, 1922
D
15th March, 1922
Question 11
Where did Gandhi announce the post ponement of National Hartal on 6th April, 1919?
A
Mumbai
B
Chennai
C
Kolkata
D
Delhi
Question 12
“Vande Mataram” was first published in
A
Gitanjali
B
Harijan
C
Harijan
D
Anandha Math
Question 13
Adi Granth was compiled by
A
Guru Ramdas
B
Guru Harkishan Das
C
Guru Amar Das
D
Guru Arjun Dev
Question 14
Name the muslim rules who enforced price control system
A
Alauddin Khilji
B
Muhammed Tughluq
C
Iltutmish
D
Balban
Question 15
“Doctrine of Lapse” was introduced by
A
Dalhousie
B
Canning
C
Rippon
D
Lytton
Question 16
The main object of partitioning Bengal in 1905was
A
to weakers the influence of the Bengal Hindus
B
that the muslim league demanded it
C
that the people of Bengal wanted it
D
none of these
Question 17
The Hunter commission was appointed by the British to probe the
A
Non-cooperation movement
B
Khilafat Movement
C
Chauri Chaura incident
D
Jallian Wala Bagh tragedy
Question 18
The first split in Indian National Congress took place in 1907 at the ________ session
A
Surat
B
Lahore
C
Mumbai
D
Kolkata
Question 19
From where did Mahatma Gandhi start his historic Dandi March?
A
Champaran
B
Sabarmathi Ashram
C
Chauri Chaura
D
Dandi
Question 20
Where was the first session of the Indian National Congress held?
A
Kolkata
B
Delhi
C
Chennai
D
Mumbai
Question 21
Who among the following served as president(s) of the Indian  National Congress?
A
Mrs. Sarojini Naidu
B
Mrs.Annie Besant
C
Mrs.J.M. Sengupta
D
All of them
Question 22
Mahatma Gandhi was referred to as the father of nation first by
A
Jawaharlal Nehru
B
Sarojini Naidu
C
Tilak
D
Netaji
Question 23
Who established the Central Hindu School at Benaras?
A
Lala Lajpath Rai
B
Madan Mohan Malavia
C
Dr. annie Besant
D
Govind Vallabh Pant
Question 24
The first nationalist leader to preside over the Indian National  Congress was
A
S.Subramanya Iyer
B
Anandacharu
C
W.C.Bannerjee
D
Surrendranath Banerjee
Question 25
Which of the following leaders was not among the extremists?
A
Tilak
B
Bipin Chandra Pal
C
Aurobindo Ghosh
D
W.C.Banerjee
Question 26
The name “Pakistan” was coined by
A
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
B
Mohammed Ali Jinnah
C
Mohammed Iqbal
D
Abdul Kalam Azad
Question 27
Who is considered to be the father of the idea of Pakistan?
A
Rahmat Ali
B
Jinnah
C
Sir Zafrullah Khan
D
Sir Mohammed Iqbal
Question 28
The famous Lunknow pact of 1916 was signed by
A
Gandhi and Dr. Ambedkar
B
Nehru and Minto
C
Muslim league and Congress
D
Swarajist party and Annie Besant
Question 29
The All India muslim league was established in the year
A
1905
B
1906
C
1909
D
1911
Question 30
Sikh religion was founded by
A
Teg Bahadur
B
Guru Govind Singh
C
Guru Arjun
D
Guru Nanak
Question 31
The Pakistan resolution was passed by the All India muslim league at its Lahore session on
A
March 5th, 1933
B
August 5th, 1933
C
March 22nd, 1940
D
March 23rd, 1940
Question 32
Of the following who was the last Governor General of India?
A
Dalhousie
B
Lord Mount Batten
C
Canning
D
Raja Gopalachari
Question 33
Who is generally considered to be father of Indian renaissance?
A
Rabindranath Tagore
B
Raja Ram Mohan Roy
C
Jayapraksh Narayan
D
Ambalal Sarabhai
Question 34
Who was the Vice-Chacellor of Nalanda university when Yuvan Tsang visited India?
A
Kalidasa
B
Kambar
C
Dharma Balar
D
Panar
Question 35
Match List I correctly with list II and select your answer using the codes given below: List I                                 List II
  1. Second sangam 1. Abidhamma Pitaka
  2. Third sangam 2. Tolkappiam
  3. First Buddhist council 3. Tripitaka
  4. Third Buddhist council 4. Silapadikaram
A
2 3 1 4
B
2 4 3 1
C
4 2 3 1
D
4 2 1 3
Question 36
Which of the following is correctly matched?
A
Kalidasa - Kavyadarsa
B
Dandin - Sakuntala
C
Subandhu -Vasavadatta
D
Manu - Vikram Orvasi
Question 37
Consider the following statements:
  • Assertion(A): The greatness of Shershah lies in his administrative reforms.
  • Reason(R): Shershah was the fore-runner of Akbar in his administrative reforms.
A
Both A and R are true, and R is the correct explanation of A
B
Both A and R are true, and R is not the correct explanation of A
C
A is true, but R is false
D
A is false, but R is true
Question 38
The Saka Era began in the year
A
58 BC
B
78 BC
C
58 AD
D
78 AD
Question 39
Buddha preached his first sermon at
A
Lumbini
B
Saranath
C
Sanchi
D
Gaya
Question 40
The salient feature of the Rig Vedic civilization was
A
worship of the mother goddess
B
worship of nature
C
worship of the trimurthes
D
worship of Pashupathi
Question 41
Which was the port town of the Indus valley civilization?
A
Lothal
B
Kalibangan
C
Ropar
D
Mohenjadaro
Question 42
Which Tamil nationalist poet wrote the song beginning with the words: “Deliverancel Deliverancel Deliverancel”
A
Subramanya Bharathi
B
Bharathi Dasan
C
Suddhanandha Bharathi
D
Kavimani
Question 43
Subburathnam was the real name of which Tamil nationalist poet?
A
Jeevanadam
B
Thiru Vi.Kalyanasundaram
C
Bharathidasan
D
Suddhananda Bharathi
Question 44
Name of the journal started by Thiru.Vi.Kalyana Sundaram
A
Desabhimani
B
Viduthalai
C
Navasakthi
D
Veera KESARI
Question 45
Where was Subramanya Bharathi born?
A
Arumuganeri
B
Tirunelveli
C
Ettayapuram
D
Sivagangai
Question 46
The first poetical work on Nationalism in Tamil published in 1+07 was composed by
A
Namakkal Kavingar
B
Subramanya Bharathi
C
Kavimani Desiga Vinayagam
D
Jeevanandam
Question 47
Which nationalist leader was acclaimed as lokamanya?
A
Gokhale
B
Patel
C
Tilak
D
Gandhi
Question 48
The British General responsible for the massacre of people in Jallianwala Bagh was
A
Ashe
B
Mcleod
C
Dyer
D
Black
Question 49
The nationalist leader who was known as “Punjab Keseri” was
A
HukumSingh
B
Lala Lajpath Roy
C
Man Singh
D
Lala Shevak Ram
Question 50
In which village did Gandhi break the salt act?
A
Chauri Chaura
B
Champaran
C
Gopalpur
D
Dandi
Question 51
Where was the Round Table Conference held?
A
Mumbai
B
Delhi
C
London
D
Leeds
Question 52
The British Prime Minister who announced the Communal Award in 1932 was
A
Churchill
B
Mc Donald
C
Attlee
D
Chamberlain
Question 53
Who christened the depressed classes as Harijans?
A
Ambedkar
B
Gandhi
C
Nehru
D
Patel
Question 54
Who founded the Indian National Army?
A
Rash Bihari Bose
B
Subbash Chandra Bose
C
Soumithra Bose
D
Tarun Bose
Question 55
The mutiny of 1857 failed because
A
it was not supported by people
B
the Indian princes did not help
C
the Russians helped the British
D
the muslims kept a loof
Question 56
‘Dilli Chalo’ – whose slogan was this?
A
Subash Chandra Bose
B
V.O.Chidambaram
C
Aurobindo Ghosh
D
Vanchi Iyer
Question 57
The cabinet delegation consisted of
  1. Sir Stafford Cripps, Lord Pethic Lawrence and Mr. A.V.Alexandar
  2. Lord Wavel, Mr.A.V.Alexander and Sir Stafford Cripps
  3. Lord Wavel, Lord Prthic Lawrence and A.V.Alexander
  4. Sir Stafford Crips, Lord Wavel and Lord Pethic Lawrence
A
1 and 4 are correct
B
3 and 4 are correct
C
1 alone is correct
D
All are wrong
Question 58
Which one of the following is correctly matched?
A
Bhagat Singh - Gadar party
B
A.O.Hume - Bomb in the central hall of parliament
C
Lala Hardayal - Indian National Congress
D
Vanchi Iyer - Lord Ash
Question 59
State the correct sequence of the following events:
  1. The Lucknow pact 2. The introduction of Dyarchy
  2. The Rowlatt act 4. The partition of Bengal
A
1 , 3 , 2 and 4
B
4 , 1 , 3 and 2
C
1 , 2 , 3 and 4
D
4 , 3 , 2 and 1
Question 60
Consider the following statements:
  • Assertion(A): In India the main purpose of the British rule was to encourage disruptive  tendencies and create minority problems.
  • Reason(R): They wanted to make it an excuse to stay in power in India and to pose an impartial orbiter.
Select your answer according to the coding system given below:
A
Both A and R are true, and R is the correct explanation of A
B
Both A and R are true, and R is not the correct explanation of A
C
A is true, but R is false
D
A is false, but R is true
Question 61
Indian national movement had similarity of approach, with the national movement in
A
Indonesia
B
USA
C
Ireland
D
Indo-Chine
Question 62
Akall movement was started in
A
1940
B
1920
C
1947
D
1958
Question 63
The name Pakistan was coined by
A
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
B
Muhammed Ali Jinnah
C
Muhammed Iqbal
D
Azad
Question 64
The Indian national leader who established a provisional Government of India in Singapore in 1943 was
A
Surendranath Benerjee
B
M.N.Roy
C
Subash Chandra Bose
D
Jawaharlal Nehru
Question 65
The most important contribution of  Cornwallis was
A
he enlarged the territories of British East India Company
B
he made judicial reforms
C
he introduced permanent revenue settlements
D
he abolished diarchy
Question 66
Consider the following statements:
  1. Assertion(A): The Indians felt disillusioned by the British polices and activities following the world war I.
  2. Reason(R): The pledges made by the British during the war period were not fulfilled and all the promises made by them were forgotten.
Of the statements:
A
Both A and R are true, and R is the correct explanation of A
B
Both A and R are true, and R is not the correct explanation of A
C
A is true, but R is false
D
A is false, but R is true
Question 67
Which one of the following is correctly matched?
A
Dandi March - 1930
B
Direct action - 1927
C
Simon Commission - 1930
D
Simon Commission - 1930
Question 68
By what other name is Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan of north-west frontier province popularly known?
A
Servant of God
B
Red shirt leader
C
Frontier Gandhi
D
Khan Sahib
Question 69
Ramakrishnan mission’s headquarters at
A
Kokata
B
Mumbai
C
Chennai
D
Delhi
Question 70
“Vande Mataram” a author is
A
Mahatma Gandhi
B
Aurobindo Ghosh
C
Bankin Chandra Chatterjee
D
Madan Mohan Malaviya
Question 71
The state reorganization commission year was
A
1956
B
1958
C
1966
D
1976
Question 72
Match List I correctly with list II and select your answer using the codes given below: List I                                                         List II
  1. Raja Ram Mohan Roy 1. Arya Samaj
  2. Swami Vivekananda 2. Ramakrishnan Paramahamsha
  3. Dayanand Sarawathi 3. Brahma Samaj
  4. Madam Blavatsky 4. Theosophical Society
A
1 2 3 4
B
2 1 3 4
C
3 2 1 4
D
4 1 2 3
Question 73
Match list I correctly with list II and select your answer using the codes given below: List I                                             List II
  1. Pitt’s India Act 1. 1773
  2. Regulating Act 2. 1784
  3. Indian councils Act 3. 1861
  4. Minto-Marley Reforms Act 4. 1909
A
1 2 3 4
B
2 1 3 4
C
3 4 1 2
D
4 3 2 1
Question 74
Match List I correctly with List II and select your answer using the codes given below: List I                                 List II
  1. Tilak 1. New India
  2. Annie Besant 2. Vande Mataram
  3. Gandhiji 3. Kesari
  4. Lala Lajpat Rai 4. Young India
A
3 1 4 2
B
1 2 3 4
C
2 3 1 4
D
4 3 2 1
Question 75
The shan people demanding self-determination are active in
A
Thailand
B
Laos
C
Myanmar
D
Sri Lanka
Question 76
Chand Bibi was the ruler of
A
Ahmed Nagar
B
Bijapur
C
Golconda
D
Satara
Question 77
Who is the author of Humayum Namah?
A
Abdul Fazal
B
Gulbadan Begum
C
Hasan Nizami
D
Abdul Kadar Badunti
Question 78
Who was the third Peshwa of Chatrapathi sahu?
A
Baji Rao
B
Balaji Baji Rao
C
Balaji Vishwanath
D
Mahdji Sindhia
Question 79
Which one of the following is not correctly matched?
A
Aryans - Rig Veda
B
Indus Valley -Mother Goddess
C
Jains - Trithankaras
D
Lichchhavis - Pataliputra
Question 80
Which one of the following is not correctly matched?
A
Go back to the Vedas” - Dayananda Saraswathi
B
“Untouchability is a crime” - Gandhiji
C
“Delhi ki Chalo” - Bhagath Singh
D
“Long years ago we have made tryst with desting” – Jawaharlal Nehru
Question 81
Match List I correctly with List II and select your answer using the codes given below: List I                                 List II
  1. Lucknow pact 1. 1910
  2. Pune pact 2. 1909
  3. Minto-Morley reforms 3. 1916
  4. Montford reforms 4. 1932
A
3 4 2 1
B
4 3 1 2
C
2 1 4 3
D
1 2 3 4
Question 82
Match List I correctly with List II and select your answer using the codes given below: List I                                 List II
  1. Pandit Rao 1. Foreign secretary
  2. Peshwa 2. Finance Minister
  3. Amatya 3. Judge of Canon law
  4. Samant 4. Prime Minister
A
4 2 1 3
B
3 4 2 1
C
4 3 1 2
D
3 2 1 4
Question 83
Consider the following statements:
  • Assertion(A): The Indus valley people worshipped the male god.
  • Reason(R): A seal resembling Sive has been formed.
Of the statements:
A
Both A and R are true, and R is the correct explanation of A
B
Both A and R are true, and R is not the correct explanation of A
C
A is true, but R is false
D
A is false, but R is true
Question 84
Consider the following statements
  • Assertion(A): Jains are atheists.
  • Reason(R): Jains reject the Vedas.
Of the statements:
A
Both A and R are true, and R is the correct explanation of A
B
Both A and R are true, and R is not the correct explanation of A
C
A is true, but R is false
D
A is false, but R is true
Question 85
Who is called as the “Frontier Gandhi”?
A
Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
B
Wali Khan
C
Vinoba Bhave
D
Ayub Khan
Question 86
The Mughal king who participated in the sepoy mutiny of 1857 was
A
Akbar the II
B
Sher Shah
C
Bahadur Shah the II
D
Dara
Question 87
Consider the statements
  1. Narasimha Varman I
  2. Succeeded to the throne in 630 A.D.
  3. 2 Defected the Chalukyan ruler Pulakesin i
  4. Built the shore temple at Mamallapuram
  5. During his reign the Chinese pilgrim visited Kanchi
Of the statements:
A
1,2 and 4 are correct
B
2, 3 and 4 are correct
C
1,3 and 4 are correct
D
All are correct
Question 88
Consider the statements :
  1. The downfall of Tughlaq empire was due to Firoz Tughlaq is
  2. Revenue policy 2.Religios policy
  3. Ecouragement given to slave system
  4. Revival of the policy of feudal system
Of the statements:
A
2,3 and 4 are correct
B
1,2 and 3 are correct
C
1,3 and 4 are correct
D
1 alone is correct
Question 89
In which session the Congress passed the “Quit India” resolution?
A
Lahore
B
Surat
C
Mumbai
D
Kolkata
Question 90
During the Indus valley civilization the people worshipped
A
Vishnu
B
Pasupathi
C
Brahma
D
Indra and Varuna
Question 91
The Rama Krishna Mission was founded by
A
Dayanand Saraswathi
B
G.K.Gokhale
C
M.V.Ranade
D
Swami Vivekanandha
Question 92
Consider the statements: Buddhism
  1. Emphasizes the importance of “Four-Fold Truths”
  2. Is based on the concept of ethical principles
  3. Illustrates the necessity of the caste system
  4. Was a missionary religion
Of the statements:
A
1 and 3 are correct
B
1,2 and 4 are correct
C
1,3 and 4 are correct
D
1,3,4 are correct
Question 93
Chauth wasa/an
  1. Irrigation tax imposed by Akbar
  2. Religious tax realized by Shivaji
  3. Religious tax collected by Aurangazeb from the Hindus
  4. Land revenue of ¼ share collected by Shivaji from neighbouring states.
Of the statements:
A
2 and 3 are correct
B
1 and 4 are correct
C
1 and 3 are correct
D
4 alone is correct
Question 94
Which of the following is correctly matched?
A
Hieum Tsang - Raja Raja
B
Bernier - Firoz Tughlaq
C
Abdul Razzak -Krishna Devaraya
D
Iban Batuta - Shah Jahan
Question 95
Arrange in chronological order:
  1. Mahavira 2. Parsva
  2. Sthula badra 4.Bhadra Bahu
A
1,2,4,3 are correct
B
2,1,4,3 are correct
C
2,4,3,1 are correct
D
4,3,1,2 are correct
Question 96
Arrange chronological order 1.Aryabhatta                     2.Bhaskara                  3. Brahmagupta
A
1,3,2 are correct
B
1,2, 3 are correct
C
2,1,3 are correct
D
3,2,1 are correct
Question 97
Arrange in chronological order:
  1. Kabir 2. Ramananda
  2. nanak 4. Vallabhacharya
A
1,3,2,4 are correct
B
2,3,1,4 are correct
C
2,1,4,3 are correct
D
4,3,2,1 are correct
Question 98
Write the following events in chronological sequence relating to Shivaji:
  1. Visit to Agra 2. Sacked surat for the second time
  2. Coronation 4. Signed the treaty of Purandar
A
2,1,4,3 are correct
B
3,2,1,4 are correct
C
4,2,1,3 are correct
D
4,1,2,3 are correct
Question 99
Arrange the chronologically:
  1. August offer 2. Surat split
  2. Nehru report 4. Ouit India movement
A
2,1,4,3 are correct
B
2,3,1,4 are correct
C
2,1,3,4 are correct
D
2,4,3,1 are correct
Question 100
Arrange chronologically:
  1. Fatehpur Sikri 2. Mausoleum at Saisaram 3. Taj Mahal
A
1,3,2 are correct
B
1,2,3 are correct
C
2,3,1 are correct
D
2,1,3 are correct
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3 Comments

  1. Question no 54 is wrong….mohan singh is the founder of indian national army while subash chandra Bose is the founder of indian forward bloc

  2. Question no 92.
    Eight fold paths
    four noble truth
    The Fourth Noble truth charts the method for attaining the end of suffering, known to Buddhists as the Noble Eightfold Path. The steps of the Noble Eightfold Path are Right Understanding, Right Thought, Right Speech, Right Action, Right Livelihood, Right Effort, Right Mindfulness and Right Concentratio

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