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History Model Test 18 in English

History Model Test Questions 18 in English

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Question 1
Anandamath was written by
A
Rabindranath Tagore
B
Hemchandra Chatterjee
C
Keshah Chandra Sen
D
Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
Question 2
The first Linguistic state in independent India was
A
Gujarat
B
Karnataka
C
Maharastra
D
Andhara Pradesh
Question 3
The President of Lahore Congress Session was
A
Mahatma Gandhi
B
Netaji
C
Nehru
D
Vallabhai Patel
Question 4
‘Life Divine’ was written by
A
Aurobindo Ghosh
B
Swami Vivekananda
C
Dr. Radha Krishnan
D
Mahatma Gandhi
Question 5
The first non-congress Prime Minister of India was
A
Morarji Desai
B
V.P. Singh
C
Charan Singh
D
Neelam Sanjiva Reddy
Question 6
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s famous book was
A
My experiment with truth
B
India 2020
C
Discovery of India
D
Anandamath
Question 7
World Religious congregation in 1893 was held at
A
London
B
Chicago
C
Calcutta
D
Egypt
Question 8
The first Governor of the Portuguese in the east was
A
Vascoda Gama
B
Alvariz Cabral
C
Albuquerque
D
De Almeida
Question 9
The English established their first factory in the South India at
A
Surat
B
Pondicherry
C
Masulipattinam
D
Madras
Question 10
Mudrarakshasa was written by
A
Megasthenes
B
Asoka
C
Kautilya
D
Visakhadatta
Question 11
The father of Local Self Government in India was
A
Lord Curzon
B
Lord Ripon
C
Lord Lytton
D
Lord Minto
Question 12
The first world war was ended in the year
A
1914
B
1915
C
1916
D
1918
Question 13
Goa was conquered by
A
Almeida
B
Vasco da Gama
C
Albuquerque
D
Zamorin
Question 14
Kamaraj participated in Vaikom Satyahraha in the year
A
1920
B
1922
C
1924
D
1930
Question 15
Aligarh movement was formed by
A
Sir Syad Ahmad Khan
B
Nawab Salimulla
C
Mohammad Khan
D
Ali Brothers
Question 16
Kailasanatha temple was built by
A
Jayangondar
B
Harsha
C
Krishna II
D
Rajasimha
Question 17
In 1878, Vernacular Press Act was passed by
A
Lord Hastings
B
Lord Dalhousie
C
Lord Lytton
D
Lord Ripon
Question 18
Bal Gangadhar Tilak formed the Home Rule League in
A
Nagpur
B
Mumbai
C
Chennai
D
Kanpur
Question 19
The founder of the swadeshi steam navigation company was
A
V.O.C.
B
V.V.S. Iyer
C
Subramania Siva
D
Mahakavi Bharathi
Question 20
Vellore Sepoy Mutiny was fought in
A
A.D. 1806
B
A.D. 1857
C
A.D. 1824
D
A.D. 1824
Question 21
The famous Quit India Resolution was passed in
A
1941
B
1940
C
1942
D
1945
Question 22
After Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre Rabinndranath Tagore renounced his
A
Leadership
B
Knighthod
C
Lordship
D
Kingship
Question 23
The Indian National Army was founded by
A
C.R. Das
B
Gandhi
C
Vallabhai Patel
D
Netaji
Question 24
Dr. Annie Besant was an
A
English lady
B
Indian lady
C
American lady
D
Irish lady
Question 25
Jawaharlal Nehru met Gandhiji for the first time at
A
Lucknow
B
Delhi
C
Bombay
D
Allahabad
Question 26
The President of the Lahore Congress in 1929 was
A
Gandhiji
B
Nehruji
C
Netaji
D
Rajaji
Question 27
Bharatha Matha Association was started by
A
Nilakantha Brahmachari
B
Srinivasa Iyer
C
Satya Moorthy
D
Subramania Siva
Question 28
Swadeshi, literally means
A
one’s own country
B
boycott of foreign goods
C
boycott of British goods
D
boycott of textiles
Question 28 Explanation: 
Patronage of Indian goods
Question 29
Vasco da Gama reached the port of Calicutt in the year
A
1490
B
1495
C
1497
D
1498
Question 30
Vande Mataram was first sung at the session of the Indian National Congress in
A
1892
B
1896
C
1904
D
1886
Question 31
Name of the President of Tamil Nadu Congress at the time of non-cooperation movement was
A
Rajaji
B
Prakasam
C
K.V. Reddy
D
Periyar E.V.R.
Question 32
“The Philosophers must be the kings.” Who said this?
A
Jawaharlal Nehru
B
Plato
C
Aristotle
D
Indira Gandhi
Question 33
The vaikkam satyagraha was launched in 1924 for
A
opening the temples to the low caste Hindus
B
fighting against the exploitation by the landlords
C
removal of press restriction
D
democratization of the administration of Travancore state
Question 34
Samudragupta permitted a foreign king Meghavarman to build a monastery at Gaya Meghavarman belongs to
A
Nepal
B
Sri Lanka
C
Bhutan
D
Pakistan
Question 35
Consider the following statements:
  1. Most of the inscriptions of the Pallavas were in Sanskrit.
  2. Mahendravarman – I composed a burlesque called Mattavilasa Prahasana.
  3. The Chinese traveler Hiuen Tsang visited kanchi during  the period of Pallavas.
  4. Dingnaga was the logician and the author of Nyaya Bhashya.
Of these statements:
A
I alone is correct
B
I and II are correct
C
I, II & III are correct
D
All are correct
Question 36
Which one of the following rulers had a uniform administration all over the country?
A
Gupta rulers
B
Mughal rulers
C
British rulers
D
All of these rulers
Question 37
The chief features of the temples constructed by the cholas were their
A
Vimanas
B
Assembly halls for the devotees
C
Assembly halls for the devotees
D
Gopuras
Question 38
The first verse drama (opera) in Tamil is
A
Harichandra Natakam
B
Nandan Charitram
C
Shakuntala Natakam
D
Savitiri Natakam
Question 39
The  kailasanath temple at Kanchipuram was built by
A
Nandivarman II
B
Mahendravarman I
C
Narasimhavarman II
D
Dandivarman
Question 40
The Indus valley people built their house using
A
stone
B
wood
C
bricks
D
all of these
Question 41
The main occupation of the Paleolithic people was
A
agriculture
B
animal husbandry
C
fishing
D
hunting and gathering
Question 42
Two greatest pioneers in the course of windows education were
A
D.K. Karve and Pandit Ramabai
B
M.G. Ranade and R.G. Bhandarkar
C
Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar and Keshav Chandra Sen
D
B.M. Malabari and K. Sridharalu Naidu
Question 43
The aspect of the caste system which was particularly condemned by all social reforms
A
Varna system
B
Jati system
C
Ashram system
D
Untouchability
Question 44
The chief centre or meeting point of the Indo-Roman trade was
A
Arikamedu
B
Alexandria
C
Madurai
D
Musiri
Question 45
The Indus Valley civilization is about
A
ten thousand years old
B
seven thousand years old
C
five thousand years old
D
three thousand years old
Question 46
Which one of the following is correctly matched?
A
Ellora caves - Saka
B
Mahabalipuram - Rashtrakutas
C
Meenakshi temple - Pallavas
D
Khajuraho - Chandelas
Question 47
Which of the following were included in the cripps proposals?
  1. India was promised dominion status.
  2. Setting up of a constitution making body consisting of the elected representatives from British India and members from the princely states.
  3. Setting up of an executive council composed of Indians alone.
  4. It suggested partition of India.
Of these statements:
A
I, II and III are correct
B
II, III and IV are correct
C
I, III and IV are correct
D
I, II and IV are correct
Question 48
Who prepared the draft of the ‘Quit India’ resolution?
A
Acharya Kripalani
B
Jawaharlal Nehru
C
Sardar Vallabhai Patel
D
Pattabhi Sitaramayya
Question 49
Arrange the following events in chronological order and mark the correct choice from the options given below:
  1. Death of Bal Gangadhar Tilak
  2. Nagpur sessions of the congress
  3. The moplah uprising
  4. The inauguration of Vishwa Bharati at Shantiniketan
A
IV, III, II and I
B
III, IV, II and I
C
II,I , III and IV
D
III, II, IV and I
Question 50
Who established the ‘Pathini cut’?
A
Nedunjeraladan
B
Karikalan
C
Elango Adigal
D
Senguttuvan
Question 51
The carnatic wars were fought between
A
the Nawab of carnatic and the British
B
the Nawab of carnatic and the French
C
British and the French
D
none of them
Question 52
Consider the following statements:
  • Assertion(A): The Kushanas were of Central Asian Origin.
  • Reason(R):            They were a derivative of the Yue-chi tribe.
Now select your answer according to the coding scheme given below:
A
Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
B
Both (A) and (R) are true , but (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 53
Consider the following statements:
  • Assertion(A):        Dr. Annie Besant organized the Home Rule movement against the British rule.
  • Reason(R): She wanted to organize all sections of Indian people on the basis of a single political slogan above religious considerations.
Now select your answer according to the coding scheme given below:
A
(A) is correct , but (R) is not correct
B
(A) is not correct , but (R) is correct
C
Both (A) and (R) are not correct
D
(A) is correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
Question 54
Which one of the following is not the minor deity according to Aryans?
A
Mitra
B
Adityas
C
Asvins
D
Vasus
Question 55
The great exponent of Mahayanism was
A
Dingnaga
B
Dharmakirti
C
Nagarjuna
D
Vasubandhu Asanga
Question 56
Which of the following monuments was built in memory of the soldiers who last their lives in world war I?
A
Gateway of India
B
India Gate
C
Vijay Path
D
Victoria Memorial Hall
Question 57
Which is described in Ajanta paintings?
A
Jainism
B
Buddhism
C
Saivism
D
Vaishnavism
Question 58
Where were the principles of panchasheel regulated?
A
Paris
B
New Delhi
C
Pandong
D
Cairo
Question 59
Who said “Patriotism is religion and religion is love for India”?
A
Swami Vivekananda
B
Raj Narain Bose
C
Bankim Chandra Chatterji
D
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Question 60
Which of the following is not a representative of Buddhist art?
A
Stupa
B
Vihara
C
Chaitya
D
Relic towers
Question 61
The masterpieces of Mauryan art were the
A
Stupas
B
Sculptures
C
Ashoka pillars
D
Both (B) and (C)
Question 62
Wardha scheme of Basic Education is proposed by
A
Jawaharlal Nehru
B
Liaquat Ali Khan
C
Mahatma Gandhi
D
M.A. Jinnah
Question 63
Compared to Gupta age the catse system was more rigid during
A
the Mauryan age
B
the time of Harshavardhana
C
the Sakas
D
the Cholas
Question 64
Which of the following was a chola king?
A
Nedunjheliyan
B
Karikala
C
Nedunjeralathan
D
Aryappadai Kadanda Nedunjhelian
Question 65
The people of Indus valley civilization worshipped
A
Pashupati
B
Indra and Varuna
C
Brahma
D
Vishnu
Question 66
The Shiva temple at Thanjavur was built by Rajaraja the great who was
A
a Chola ruler
B
a Pallava ruler
C
a Pallava ruler
D
none of them
Question 67
The Indus valley civilization was discovered in the year
A
1922
B
1910
C
1822
D
1824
Question 68
Gangaikonda Cholapuram temple was built by
A
Rajaraja I
B
Vikrama Chola
C
Rajadhiraja
D
Rajendran I
Question 69
On whose vision was the term ‘democratic socialism’ described?
A
Mahatma Gandhi
B
Smt. Indira Gandhi
C
Jawaharlal Nehru
D
Sardar Vallabhai Patel
Question 70
Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan was known as
A
Gandhiji
B
Netaji
C
Rajaji
D
Frontier Gandhi
Question 71
The first world war broke out in
A
1914
B
1918
C
1939
D
1944
Question 72
Harsha ascended the throne in
A
605 A.D
B
606 A.D.
C
606 A.D.
D
647 A.D.
Question 73
The last Mauryan King was
A
Chandragupta Maurya
B
Bindusara
C
Mahendran
D
Brihadratha
Question 74
Muhammed-bin-Tuglaq changed his capital from
A
Bombay to Delhi
B
Delhi to Bombay
C
Delhi to Devagiri
D
Delhi to Ujjain
Question 75
Mahendravarman I was defeated by
A
Pulakesin I
B
Pulakesin II
C
Harsha
D
Kumaragupta
Question 76
Simla Agreement was held for
A
India and China
B
India and Pakistan
C
India and Sri Lanka
D
India and Bangladesh
Question 77
Quit India Movement was passed in
A
1923
B
1932
C
1942
D
1945
Question 78
Subramania Bharathi, Subramaniya Siva and V.O. Chidambaranar in Tamil Nadu were the close associates of
A
Tilak
B
M.G. Ranade
C
Motilal Nehru
D
C.R. Das
Question 79
In which congress session was a resolution demanding “Poorna Swaraj” paased?
A
Lahore Congress
B
Bombay Congress
C
Calcutta Congress
D
Surat Congress
Question 80
The commander of the Pallava Army who destroyed Vatapi was
A
Paranjyothi
B
Paraman
C
Maravarman
D
Vishnuvarman
Question 81
The first battle of panipat took place in the year
A
1556A.D.
B
1526 A.D.
C
1562 A.D.
D
1652 A.D.
Question 82
The second capital of Chandragupta II was
A
Pataliputra
B
Ujjain
C
Delhi
D
Kasi
Question 83
The founder of the Gupta dynasty was
A
Srigupta
B
Samudragupta
C
Chandragupta I
D
None of them
Question 84
Which was called as a post-dated cheque by Gandhiji?
A
August offer
B
August offer
C
Simon commission
D
Cripps mission
Question 85
‘Inquilab Zindabad’ was the slogan of
A
Mohammad Ali Jinnah
B
Muhammad Iqbal
C
Subhash Chandra Bose
D
Bhagat Singh
Question 86
The sangam literature which of the following -----?
A
Kannadar
B
Vadugar
C
Thulukkar
D
None of these
Question 87
Who was Lord Morley?
A
Governor General
B
Secretary of state for India
C
Prime Minister
D
None of these
Question 88
The Indian Prime Minister, who was known as the ‘Man of Peace’ is
A
Jawaharlal Nehru
B
Lal Bahadur Shastri
C
Indira Gandhi
D
Rajiv Gandhi
Question 89
“Go back  to the Vedas” was the motto of
A
Raja Rammohan Roy
B
Swami Dayanad Saraswathi
C
Keshab Chandra Sen
D
Swami Vivekananda
Question 90
Partition of Bengal took place during the Viceroyalty of
A
Lord Hardinge
B
Lord Montague
C
Lord Curzon
D
Lord Minto
Question 91
Who founded the ‘Swaraj Party’?
A
C.R. Das
B
C. Rajagopalachari
C
Kamaraj
D
Tilak
Question 92
The archaeological excavation of Mohenjodaro and Harappa mentionsthe civilization.
A
Sumerian
B
Indus
C
Romanian
D
Dravidian
Question 93
The Swadeshi movement means
A
shouting anti-British slogans
B
wearing Khadi dresses and cap
C
boycotting the foreign goods and patronage of Indian goods
D
use of Hindi language in conversation
Question 94
Sakari and Vikramaditya were the titles of
A
Samudragupta
B
Chandragupta I
C
Chandragupta II
D
Kumarahupta
Question 95
Siddhartha attained enlightenment at
A
Gaya
B
Saranath
C
Kusinagar
D
Pataliputra
Question 96
Sangams are flourished during  the reign of
A
Cholas
B
Pallavas
C
Pandyas
D
Rashtrakutas
Question 97
In the history of the Freedom Movement of India, the year 1930 is associated with
A
Non-co-operation movement
B
Civil disobedience movement
C
Quit India movement
D
Swadeshi movement
Question 98
Salt Satyagraha movement in Tamil Nadu was led by
A
Kamaraj
B
Sathyamoorthy
C
C. Rajagopalachari
D
Prakasam
Question 99
During whose rule sati was not practiced?
A
Chera
B
Pandiya
C
Pallava
D
Chola
Question 100
Aryans not only came into India but also infused their culture with Tamil culture through
A
music and dance
B
agriculture
C
family system
D
Sculpture
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