11th Public Exam March 2019 Important Creative One Mark Test 1

11th Standard

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History

Time : 02:30:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 175
    175 x 1 = 175
  1. __________ is another important source of history.

    (a)

    language

    (b)

    literature

    (c)

    dance

    (d)

    writing

  2. Human ancestors are__________ likely to have first evolved in Africa.

    (a)

    homo sapiens

    (b)

    Homo erectus

    (c)

    australipicis

    (d)

    hominin

  3. The period after the Old Stone Age (Palaeolithic) is called the______________

    (a)

    ice age

    (b)

    stone age

    (c)

    Mesolithic Age

    (d)

    Neolithic age

  4. The period that followed the Mesolithic is called the _____________

    (a)

    ice age

    (b)

    stone age

    (c)

    Mesolithic Age

    (d)

    Neolithic age

  5. __________ refers to the genus of animals including horses, asses and zebras.

    (a)

    Equus

    (b)

    trunk

    (c)

    foot

    (d)

    tail

  6. ____________ did not have evidence of ceramics.

    (a)

    ceramic phase

    (b)

    Aceramic phase

    (c)

    middle phase

    (d)

    higher phase

  7. ___________ used microliths bone and antler tools and terra cotta objects.

    (a)

    ice age

    (b)

    stone age

    (c)

    Mesolithic Age

    (d)

    Neolithic age

  8. ____________ study ancient agriculture, and human and environmental relationships.

    (a)

    Archaligist

    (b)

    Archaeobotanists

    (c)

    teri

    (d)

    antropology

  9. The language of the _________ is described as Vedic Sanskrit.

    (a)

    Puranas

    (b)

    Vedas

    (c)

    dramas

    (d)

    poets

  10. _______ is the oldest vedha.

    (a)

    Rig vedha

    (b)

    Yajur Vedha

    (c)

    sarna vedha

    (d)

    atharvana vedha

  11. The is ________ the earliest text.

    (a)

    Puranas

    (b)

    Vedas

    (c)

    Rig vedhas

    (d)

    Rig-vedha samhita

  12. Andrew Jagor conducted an excavation at ________________

    (a)

    Adichanallur

    (b)

    athirampakkam

    (c)

    karur

    (d)

    pallavaram  

  13. The term Jana means _________.

    (a)

    people

    (b)

    human being

    (c)

    animals

    (d)

    tribe

  14. ____________ was also the sovereign ruler.

    (a)

    The king

    (b)

    the presit

    (c)

    the minister

    (d)

    none of the above

  15. ____________ also played a big role in improving craft production such as pottery, carpentry and metal working.

    (a)

    Iron

    (b)

    aluminium

    (c)

    silver

    (d)

    gold

  16. These landowners employed labourers called ___________

    (a)

    grihapatis

    (b)

    dasas

    (c)

    kassakas

    (d)

    varna

  17. Jain texts as well as in some Hindu works like the ________

    (a)

    brahmana

    (b)

    Mahavamsa

    (c)

    Kosala

    (d)

    bodhi

  18. _____________ was then annexed to Magadha.

    (a)

    brahmana

    (b)

    Mahavamsa

    (c)

    Kosala

    (d)

    bodhi

  19. Ashoka died in _________

    (a)

    232 BCE

    (b)

    231 BCE

    (c)

    231 BCE

    (d)

    231 BCE

  20. Mahinda and Sanghamitta took a branch of the original _________ tree to Sri Lanka.

    (a)

    brahmana

    (b)

    Mahavamsa

    (c)

    Kosala

    (d)

    bodhi.

  21. The district was under the command of a ______________

    (a)

    Achaemenid

    (b)

    samaharta

    (c)

    sthanika

    (d)

    gopas

  22. Urban administration was handled by a ____________

    (a)

    nagarika

    (b)

    samaharta

    (c)

    sthanika

    (d)

    gopas

  23. The ___________ speaks of eight Chera kings, their territory and fame.

    (a)

    Patitrupathu

    (b)

    eleven Veliechieftains

    (c)

    The Pandyas

    (d)

    kalabras

  24. ____________ ruled from Madurai.

    (a)

    Patitrupathu

    (b)

    eleven Veliechieftains

    (c)

    The Pandyas

    (d)

    kalabras

  25. ______________ played an important role betweenthe late first century BCE and third century CE.

    (a)

    Korkai

    (b)

    Puratthinai

    (c)

    Maduraikanchi

    (d)

    trade

  26. ___________ speaks about day markets as well as and night markets.

    (a)

    Korkai

    (b)

    Puratthin

    (c)

    Maduraikanchi

    (d)

    trade

  27. Buddhism and Jainism had a strong presence in _________

    (a)

    Puranic school

    (b)

    South India

    (c)

    Vedic ideas

    (d)

    Sea-borne trade

  28. _________ in the Indian Ocean regions and with the Roman world developed.

    (a)

    Puranic school

    (b)

    south India

    (c)

    Vedic ideas

    (d)

    Sea-borne trade

  29. The idea of ___________ interregnum is contested as cultural activities continued asbefore in this period.

    (a)

    Patitrupathu

    (b)

    eleven Velir chieftains

    (c)

    The Pandyas

    (d)

    kalabras

  30. Warfare for territorial expansion was major theme of ____________.

    (a)

    Korkai

    (b)

    Puratthinai

    (c)

    Maduraikanchi

    (d)

    trade

  31. _____________ near Salem had mines producing beryl, which was a gemstone in high demand in Rome.

    (a)

    Vaniyampadi

    (b)

    Meandears

    (c)

    Pushyamitra

    (d)

    Numismatic

  32. They ceded land to ___________ the Sunga emperor who had usurped the throne after the last Mauryan ruler.

    (a)

    Vaniyampadi

    (b)

    Meandears

    (c)

    Pushyamitra

    (d)

    Numismatic

  33. __________ evidence alsoproves Demetrius's association with India.

    (a)

    Vaniyampadi

    (b)

    Meandears

    (c)

    Pushyamitra

    (d)

    Numismatic

  34. _____________ is known to us primarily because his emissary, Heliodorus.

    (a)

    Antialcidas

    (b)

    Bactria

    (c)

    Maues or Moa/Moga

    (d)

    Rudradaman

  35. The first Saka ruler in India was ____________ (20 BCE to 22 CE).

    (a)

    Antialcidas

    (b)

    Bactria

    (c)

    Maues or Moa/Moga

    (d)

    Rudradaman

  36. ____________ appointed kshatrapas or satraps as provincial governors to administer their territories.

    (a)

    The Sakas

    (b)

    Kanishka

    (c)

    Greeks

    (d)

    Bactria

  37. The best known of the Kushana kings was ___________

    (a)

    The Sakas

    (b)

    Kanishka

    (c)

    Greeks

    (d)

    Bactria

  38. _____________ issued by Gupta kings contain legends and figures.

    (a)

    Gold

    (b)

    Coins

    (c)

    Silver

    (d)

    All the above

  39. The first ruler of the Gupta Empire was _________.

    (a)

    Sri Gupta

    (b)

    Ghatotkacha

    (c)

    Gupta Empire

    (d)

    Chandragupta I

  40. ___________ defeated northern rulers like the Huns, Kambojas and Kiratas.

    (a)

    Chandrarupta I

    (b)

    Chandrarupta II

    (c)

    Gupta

    (d)

    All the Above

  41. The art of Ajanta and Bagh shows the ___________ of painting at its best.

    (a)

    Madhyadesa School

    (b)

    Ashtadhyayi

    (c)

    Mahabhashya

    (d)

    Smritis

  42. Dharmasastras and ____________ form the core of this body of literature.

    (a)

    puranas

    (b)

    Ashtadhyayi

    (c)

    Mahabhashya

    (d)

    Gupta

  43. Samudragupta himself had established his fame as _______________

    (a)

    Jaina

    (b)

    Amarasimha

    (c)

    Kaviraja

    (d)

    Visakadatta

  44. __________ was the first formal biography of a king.

    (a)

    Bana's Harshacharita

    (b)

    Pushyabhuti

    (c)

    Prabakara Vardhana

    (d)

    Parameswara

  45. _____________ fought against the Gurjaras and the Huns and established his authority as far as Malwaand Gujarat.

    (a)

    Bana's Harshacharita

    (b)

    Pushyabhuti

    (c)

    Prabakara Vardhana

    (d)

    Parameswara

  46. In commemoration of his victory over Harsha, Pulikesin assumed the title of ______________

    (a)

    Bana's Harshacharita

    (b)

    Pushyabhuti

    (c)

    Prabakara Vardhana

    (d)

    Parameswara

  47. ____________ were appointed to dispense justice.

    (a)

    Mimamsakas

    (b)

    Banishment

    (c)

    Dharmapala

    (d)

    The Palas

  48. __________ proved to be a great patron of Buddhism.

    (a)

    Mimamsakas

    (b)

    Banishment

    (c)

    Dharrnapala

    (d)

    The Palas

  49. ____________ were great patrons of Mahayana Buddhism.

    (a)

    The Palas

    (b)

    Sanskrit

    (c)

    Mahipalageet

    (d)

    medicine

  50. The Palas also patronised ___________ scholars.

    (a)

    The Palas

    (b)

    Sanskrit

    (c)

    Mahipalageet

    (d)

    medicine

  51. Many texts on ___________ were compiled by Chakrapani Datta, Sureshwar Gadadhara Vaidya and Jimutavahana

    (a)

    The Palas

    (b)

    Sanskrit

    (c)

    Mahipalageet

    (d)

    medicine

  52. The ___________ which impacted the entire sub-continent, originated in the Tamil country during this period.

    (a)

    Bhakti movement

    (b)

    Panniru Tirumurai

    (c)

    Mathavilasa Prahasanam

    (d)

    Kirtivarman

  53. The __________ written by Mahendravarman I in Sanskrit, is an important source for the Pallava period.

    (a)

    Bhakti movement

    (b)

    Panniru Tirumurai

    (c)

    Mathavilasa Prahasanam

    (d)

    Kirtivarman

  54. In the mid-eighth century, the Badami Chalukyas were overpowered and replaced by ____________.

    (a)

    the Rashtrakutas

    (b)

    wild boar

    (c)

    the Pallavas

    (d)

    karana

  55. The ______ was the royal insignia of the Chalukyas.

    (a)

    The Rashtrakutas

    (b)

    wild boar

    (c)

    the Pallavas

    (d)

    karana

  56. The village accountant was ___________

    (a)

    The Rashtrakutas

    (b)

    wild boar

    (c)

    the Pallavas

    (d)

    karana

  57. The most popular Chalukya painting is in the palace built by ____________

    (a)

    Tribhuavacharya

    (b)

    the King Mangalesan

    (c)

    Appar

    (d)

    brahmadeya

  58. The ____________ villages were donated to a single Brahman or a group of Brahmans.

    (a)

    Tribhuavacharya

    (b)

    the King Mangalesan

    (c)

    Appar

    (d)

    brahmadeya

  59. ____________ chronicles speak about the Delhi Sultanate in hyperbolic terms.

    (a)

    Persian

    (b)

    Muhammad Qasim

    (c)

    Muizz- ud-din Muhammad

    (d)

    Muhamed qausim

  60. Who captured brahamanabad?

    (a)

    Persian

    (b)

    Muhammad Qasim

    (c)

    Muizz- ud-din Muhammad

    (d)

    Muhamed qausim

  61. In 1186 Ghuri prince ____________ invaded Punjab and seized Lahore.

    (a)

    Persian

    (b)

    Muhammad Qasim

    (c)

    Muizz- ud-din Muhammad

    (d)

    Muhamed qausim

  62. The __________ is also known as the Mamluk dynasty.

    (a)

    Ghori

    (b)

    Slave dynasty

    (c)

    Mamluk

    (d)

    Barani

  63. ________ mentions Balban's campaigns in the regions surrounding Delhi and in the doab.

    (a)

    Ghor

    (b)

    Slave dynast

    (c)

    Mamluk

    (d)

    Barani

  64. The term _______________ refers to all Mongolic-speaking nomadic tribes of Central Asia.

    (a)

    Ala-ud-din

    (b)

    Mongol

    (c)

    Devagiri

    (d)

    Marriage alliances

  65. The first target in the peninsula was ____________ in the western Deccan.

    (a)

    Ala-ud-din

    (b)

    Mongol

    (c)

    Devagiri

    (d)

    Marriage alliances

  66. Corrupt ________________ were dealt with sternly.

    (a)

    royal officials

    (b)

    Mongol

    (c)

    Devagiri

    (d)

    Devagiri in Maharashtra

  67. Muhammad Tughlaq's attempt to shift the capital from Delhi to ____________________.

    (a)

    royal officials

    (b)

    Mongol

    (c)

    Devagiri

    (d)

    Devagiri in Maharashtra

  68. The Chola kingdom, Pandyas, who began their rule in _____________ basin at Madurai.

    (a)

    the Vaigai river

    (b)

    Rajaraja I

    (c)

    Chonadu

    (d)

    Brahmins

  69. ___________  is the most celebrated of the Chola kings.

    (a)

    the Vaigai river

    (b)

    Rajaraja I

    (c)

    Chonadu

    (d)

    Brahmins

  70. Chola rulers appointed _______________ as spiritual preceptors or rajagurus.

    (a)

    the Vaigai river

    (b)

    Rajaraja I

    (c)

    Chonadu

    (d)

    Brahmins

  71. Rajaraja I integrated these territories and appointed _____________.

    (a)

    viceroys

    (b)

    vati

    (c)

    Vaykkal

    (d)

    Seethalai Saththanar

  72. ________________ runs in the east-west direction.

    (a)

    viceroys

    (b)

    vati

    (c)

    Vaykkal

    (d)

    Seethalai Saththanar

  73. _____________ the author of epic Manimekalai, hailed from Madurai.

    (a)

    viceroys

    (b)

    vati

    (c)

    Vaykkal

    (d)

    Seethalai Saththanar

  74. Saivitesaint __________________  converted Arikesari from Jainism to Saivism.

    (a)

    Thirugnanasambandar

    (b)

    Marco Polo

    (c)

    uttaramantri

    (d)

    Eluttu Mandapam

  75. The prime minister was called ____________________.

    (a)

    Thirugnanasambandar

    (b)

    Marco Polo

    (c)

    uttaramantri

    (d)

    Eluttu Mandapam

  76. The royal secretariat was known as ____________________.

    (a)

    Thirugnanasambandar

    (b)

    Marco Polo

    (c)

    uttaramantri

    (d)

    Eluttu Mandapam

  77. _____________was renamed as Daulatabad.

    (a)

    Tughluq dynasty

    (b)

    Devagiri

    (c)

    Mohammad III

    (d)

    Madurai

  78. Gawan served with great distinction as prime minister under___________.

    (a)

    Tughluqdynasty

    (b)

    Devagiri

    (c)

    Mohammad III

    (d)

    Madurai

  79. __________became an independent Sultanate in 1333.

    (a)

    Tughluq dynasty

    (b)

    Devagiri

    (c)

    Mohammad III

    (d)

    Madurai

  80. The fertile ________ Iying between the Krishna and Tungabhadra rivers

    (a)

    Varaha

    (b)

    Rayavachakamu

    (c)

    Raichur doab

    (d)

    Zafar Khan

  81. The split of Bahmani Sultanate into_________ Deccan Sultanates.

    (a)

    Five

    (b)

    six

    (c)

    seven

    (d)

    four

  82. __________who declared independence in 1345 at Devagiri

    (a)

    Muhammad Tughluq

    (b)

    Zafar Khan

    (c)

    Sangama brother

    (d)

    Tungabhadra

  83. The Vijayanagar kingdom was inaugurated by the___________.

    (a)

    Muhammad Tughluq

    (b)

    Zafar Khan

    (c)

    Sangama brother

    (d)

    Tungabhadra

  84. __________evidence is also available in abundance.

    (a)

    Numismatic

    (b)

    Muhammad Shah

    (c)

    Turquoise

    (d)

    Raja Krishna Dev

  85. _______built two mosques at Gulbarga.

    (a)

    Numismatic

    (b)

    Muhammad Shah

    (c)

    Turquoise

    (d)

    Raja Krishna Dev

  86. ____________is a semi-precious stone sky blue in colour.

    (a)

    Numismatic

    (b)

    Muhammad Shah

    (c)

    Turquoise

    (d)

    Raja Krishna Dev

  87. The  ________ of the Kakatiya dynasty with Warangal as capital

    (a)

    Numismatic

    (b)

    Muhammad Shah

    (c)

    Turquoise

    (d)

    Raja Krishna Dev

  88. Mother goddess worship had its origins in__________.

    (a)

    Vedic religion

    (b)

    Harappa

    (c)

    bhakti

    (d)

    Azhwars

  89. Bhagavad Gita talk about the path of_________.

    (a)

    Vedic religion

    (b)

    Harappa

    (c)

    bhakti

    (d)

    Azhwars

  90. The hymns of the Vaishnava saint ___________are compiled as Nalayira Divya Prabandham.

    (a)

    Vedic religion

    (b)

    Harappa

    (c)

    bhakti

    (d)

    Azhwar

  91. Maravarman Arikesari (640- 670), also known as______ who converted from Saivism to Jainism

    (a)

    Periyapuranam

    (b)

    Koon Pandyan

    (c)

    Ramanujar

    (d)

    Vedic religion

  92. __________was transformed by the conflict with Buddhism and Jalnism.

    (a)

    Periyapuranam

    (b)

    Koon Pandyan

    (c)

    Ramanujar

    (d)

    Vedic religion

  93. _________emphasis on absolute monism or the oneness of the 'supreme' and the, 'souls'.

    (a)

    Adi Sankara

    (b)

    Ravidas

    (c)

    Koon Pandyan

    (d)

    Ramanujar

  94. __________devotional songs were included in the Sikh Scriptures.

    (a)

    Adi Sankara's

    (b)

    Ravidas

    (c)

    Koon Pandyan

    (d)

    Ramanujar

  95. Appar, a Jaina in his early life, called__________.

    (a)

    Darmasena

    (b)

    parapakkam

    (c)

    Vishistadvait

    (d)

    Sufis

  96. Ramanujar expounded the philosophy known as________.

    (a)

    Darmasena

    (b)

    parapakkam

    (c)

    Vishistadvaita

    (d)

    Sufis

  97. __________could act as guides and preceptors.

    (a)

    Gurus

    (b)

    Ravidas

    (c)

    Tazkirah-i-Auliya-i-Hind

    (d)

    Guru Govind Singh

  98. __________devotional songs were included in the Sikh Scriptures

    (a)

    Gurus

    (b)

    Ravidas

    (c)

    Tazkirah-i-Auliya-i-Hind

    (d)

    Guru Govind Singh

  99. _____________was the last guru.

    (a)

    Gurus

    (b)

    Ravidas

    (c)

    Tazkirah-i-Auliya-i-Hind

    (d)

    Guru Govind Singh

  100. ____________believed in a formless God.

    (a)

    Mirabai

    (b)

    Tuka Ram

    (c)

    Tazkirah-i-Auliya-i-Hind

    (d)

    Guru Govind Singh

  101. ________was the founder of the Mughal empire which was established in 1526.

    (a)

    Babur

    (b)

    Ibrahim Lodi

    (c)

    Aurangzeb

    (d)

    Daulat Khan Lodi

  102. The mughal empire declined after the death of _______in 1707.

    (a)

    Babur

    (b)

    Ibrahim Lodi

    (c)

    Aurangzeb

    (d)

    Daulat Khan Lodi

  103. ___________crossed the Indus to India and established a small kingdom.

    (a)

    Babur

    (b)

    Ibrahim Lodi

    (c)

    Aurangzeb

    (d)

    Daulat Khan Lodi

  104. Akbar was crowned at the age of fourteen.

    (a)

    thirteen

    (b)

    fourteen

    (c)

    fifteen

    (d)

    sixteen

  105. ____________built his own mausoleum in Sasaram.

    (a)

    Sher Shah

    (b)

    Mirza Hakim

    (c)

    Mansabdar

    (d)

    Tauhid-i-Ilahi

  106. ____________rank was divided into Zat and Sawar.

    (a)

    Sher Shah

    (b)

    Mirza Hakim

    (c)

    Mansabdar

    (d)

    Tauhid-i-Ilahi

  107. ___________literally meant divine monotheism.

    (a)

    Sher Shah

    (b)

    Mirza Hakim

    (c)

    Mansabdar

    (d)

    Tauhid-i-Ilahi

  108. The _______ the members of the dynasty that ruled Iran patronising Shia Islam

    (a)

    Safavids

    (b)

    Sunni Islam

    (c)

    Babur

    (d)

    Humayun

  109. The Ottomans Turkish people practicing___________.

    (a)

    Safavids

    (b)

    Sunni Islam

    (c)

    Babur

    (d)

    Humayun

  110. ______had an eye on the Punjab.

    (a)

    Safavids

    (b)

    Sunni Islam

    (c)

    Babur

    (d)

    Humayun

  111. Who invaded Bhera, Sialkot and Lahore?

    (a)

    Safavids

    (b)

    Sunni Islam

    (c)

    Babur

    (d)

    Humayun

  112. Delhi was ruled by________of the Sur Dynasty.

    (a)

    Sher Khan

    (b)

    Sher Shah

    (c)

    Rani Durgavati

    (d)

    Akbar

  113. The Gondwana region of central India was annexed after a fierce battle with ___________.

    (a)

    Sher Khan

    (b)

    Sher Shah

    (c)

    Rani Durgavati

    (d)

    Akbar

  114. _______took earnest efforts to win the goodwill of the Hindus.

    (a)

    Sher Khan

    (b)

    Sher Shah

    (c)

    Rani Durgavati

    (d)

    Akbar

  115. ______________inrtroduced the Mansabdari system

    (a)

    lradat Khan

    (b)

    Mughal

    (c)

    Rani Durgavati

    (d)

    Akbar

  116. ______was succeeded by his son Salim with the title Nur-ud-din Jahangir.

    (a)

    lradat Khan

    (b)

    Mughal

    (c)

    Rani Durgavati

    (d)

    Akbar

  117. In ___________ social structure the nobles came mostly from Central Asia.

    (a)

    lradat Khan

    (b)

    Mughal

    (c)

    Rani Durgavati

    (d)

    Akbar

  118. _________ is a Persian word which means "Foremost" or the "First Minister".

    (a)

    Peshwa

    (b)

    Konkan

    (c)

    Serfoji II

    (d)

    Shivaji

  119. The region of the Marathas consisted of a narrow strip of land called _______

    (a)

    Peshwa

    (b)

    Konkan

    (c)

    Serfoji II

    (d)

    Shivaji

  120. ______ was born in Shivner near Junnar.

    (a)

    Peshwa

    (b)

    Konkan

    (c)

    Serfoji II

    (d)

    Shivaji

  121. _______ made himself familiar with the hilly areas around Poona.

    (a)

    Shivaji

    (b)

    the Marathas

    (c)

    Raghunath Rao

    (d)

    Kotwal

  122. In 1771, ______ brought him back to Delhi.

    (a)

    Shivaji

    (b)

    the Marathas

    (c)

    Raghunath Rao

    (d)

    Kotwal

  123. The clerks and menials were paid for ________ months in a year.

    (a)

    10 or 11

    (b)

    8 or 9

    (c)

    10 or 12

    (d)

    9 or 11

  124. The ______ was the chief village officer

    (a)

    Patel

    (b)

    Nayak rule

    (c)

    Raghunath Rao

    (d)

    Kotwal

  125. towns and cities the chief officer was the ________ 

    (a)

    Patel

    (b)

    Nayakrule

    (c)

    Raghunath Rao

    (d)

    Kotwal

  126. The Saraswati Mahallibrary, built by the _______

    (a)

    Patel

    (b)

    Nayak rule

    (c)

    Raghunath Rao

    (d)

    Kotwal

  127. The __________was won by the English East India Company against the Nawab of Bengal.

    (a)

    Battle ofPlassey

    (b)

    Portuguese

    (c)

    Vasco da Gama

    (d)

    governor

  128. The_____ were the first Europeans to establish themselves in India.

    (a)

    Battle ofPlassey

    (b)

    Portuguese

    (c)

    Vasco da Gama

    (d)

    governor

  129. ______discovered the direct sea route to India from Europe around the Cape of Good Hope.

    (a)

    Battle ofPlassey

    (b)

    Portuguese

    (c)

    Vasco da Gama

    (d)

    governor

  130. ________had also tried to extend his empire in the east beyond Bihar by conquering Bengal

    (a)

    Akbar

    (b)

    Todar Mal

    (c)

    Chennai

    (d)

    governor

  131. __________the capital of the Madras Presidency

    (a)

    Akbar

    (b)

    Todar Mal

    (c)

    Chennai

    (d)

    governor

  132. Dutch had given_________ up and moved their headquarters south to Nagapattinam

    (a)

    Akbar

    (b)

    Todar Mal

    (c)

    Chennai

    (d)

    Pulicat

  133. ________was the second most important economic activity in the country.

    (a)

    Weaving

    (b)

    Clashes

    (c)

    Dutch

    (d)

    Pondicherry

  134. The_________is they were involved in slave trade

    (a)

    Weaving

    (b)

    Clashes

    (c)

    Dutch

    (d)

    Pondicherry

  135. _________was a small fishing village in 1673.

    (a)

    Weaving

    (b)

    Clashes

    (c)

    Dutch

    (d)

    Pondicherry

  136. _______in the then context referred to a warehouse

    (a)

    Factory

    (b)

    firman

    (c)

    Tarangambadi

    (d)

    island of Bombay

  137. A________. a royal command or authorization.

    (a)

    Factory

    (b)

    firman

    (c)

    Tarangambadi

    (d)

    island of Bombay

  138. The Danish Fort built in.________

    (a)

    Factory

    (b)

    firrnan

    (c)

    Tarangambadi

    (d)

    island of Bombay

  139. _________was sent as an Ambassador  of the English King James I.

    (a)

    Sir Thomas Roe

    (b)

    Fort St. William

    (c)

    Frederick II

    (d)

    La Bourdonnais

  140. __________known as Frederick the Great of Prussia

    (a)

    Sir Thomas Roe

    (b)

    Fort St. William

    (c)

    Frederick II

    (d)

    La Bourdonnais

  141. The _______________ included the collection of revenue and the control of civil justice.

    (a)

    Diwan's duty

    (b)

    Nizam's function

    (c)

    Vansittart's decision

    (d)

    province of Oudh

  142. The ______________ was to exercise military power and to dispense criminal justice.

    (a)

    Diwan's duty

    (b)

    Nizam's function

    (c)

    Vansittart's decision

    (d)

    province of Oudh

  143. The ____________ was restored to Shuja-ud-daula on the payment of war indemnity.

    (a)

    Diwan's duty

    (b)

    Nizam's function

    (c)

    Vansittart's decision

    (d)

    province of Oudh

  144. _____________ was appointed the Governor General of Bengal.

    (a)

    Warren Hastings

    (b)

    Nawab of Bengal

    (c)

    Pitt India Act

    (d)

    Mahalwari

  145. The ____________ separated the civil and military establishments in India.

    (a)

    Warren Hastings

    (b)

    Nawab of Bengal

    (c)

    Pitt India Act

    (d)

    Mahalwari

  146. _____________ was introduced in 1833 during the period of William Bentinck.

    (a)

    Warren Hastings

    (b)

    Nawab of Bengal

    (c)

    Pitt India Act

    (d)

    Mahalwari

  147. The individual holders were registered and issued _____________

    (a)

    Cornwallis

    (b)

    pattas

    (c)

    raiyah

    (d)

    cash

  148. _____________ meaning a peasant or cultivator the proprietor and tax payer of the land.

    (a)

    Cornwallis

    (b)

    pattas

    (c)

    raiyah

    (d)

    cash

  149. Payment was made in ____________

    (a)

    Cornwallis

    (b)

    pattas

    (c)

    raiyah

    (d)

    cash

  150. The British called ___________ the place where the office of Chief Administrative Head was situated.

    (a)

    Presidency

    (b)

    Rani Lakshmi Bai

    (c)

    thanas

    (d)

    Alexander Duff

  151. Every district was divided into ____________ is police circles.

    (a)

    Presidency

    (b)

    Rani Lakshmi Bai

    (c)

    thanas

    (d)

    Alexander Duff

  152. The cause of education was further promoted by missionaries like _____________

    (a)

    Presidency

    (b)

    Rani Lakshmi Bai

    (c)

    thanas

    (d)

    Alexander Duff

  153. ____________ was the mainstay of the British Indian government's fiscal system.

    (a)

    William Bentinck

    (b)

    Land revenue

    (c)

    William Bentinck

    (d)

    laissez faire

  154. The bones of cotton weavers are beaching the Gangetic plains of India said the ____________

    (a)

    William Bentinck

    (b)

    Land revenue

    (c)

    William Bentinck

    (d)

    laissez faire

  155. The ______________ means non-intervention of government.

    (a)

    William Bentinck

    (b)

    Land revenue

    (c)

    William Bentinck

    (d)

    laissez faire

  156. __________was a small feudatory kingdom under the Vijayanagar Empire

    (a)

    Mysore

    (b)

    Wodeyardynasty

    (c)

    Fateh Muhammad

    (d)

    Haider

  157. Haider's father_________ was the Faujdar (garrison commander) of Kolar.

    (a)

    Mysore

    (b)

    Wodeyardynasty

    (c)

    Fateh Muhammad (d

    (d)

    Haide

  158. __________received the title of "Fateh Haider Bahadur" or "the brave and victorious Lion".

    (a)

    Mysore

    (b)

    Wodeyar dynasty

    (c)

    FatehMuhammad

    (d)

    Haider

  159. _________his general Fazalullah Khan marched on Madurai and Tirunelver

    (a)

    Captain Nixon

    (b)

    Colonel Braithwaite

    (c)

    Nizam ofHyderabad

    (d)

    Louis XVI

  160. The________ supplied resources and even troops for the British.

    (a)

    Captain Nixon

    (b)

    Colonel Braithwaite

    (c)

    Nizam of Hyderabad

    (d)

    Louis XVI

  161. The French Monarch__________was hospitable, but could give only vague promises. of support to the Sultan •.

    (a)

    Captain Nixon

    (b)

    Colonel Braithwaite

    (c)

    Nizam of Hyderabad

    (d)

    Louis XVI

  162. ______in the meantime overran the kingdom of Thanjavur.

    (a)

    Haider

    (b)

    Tipu

    (c)

    Nawab of Areot

    (d)

    Ariyanayaga Mudaliyar

  163. ______.sent an embassy to Constantinople and another in 1787 to Paris

    (a)

    Haider

    (b)

    Tipu

    (c)

    Nawab of Areot

    (d)

    Ariyanayaga Mudaliyar

  164. The____ who had borrowed heavily by pledging the villages in several paof Tamilnadunadu.

    (a)

    Haider

    (b)

    Tipu

    (c)

    Nawab of Areot

    (d)

    Ariyanayaga Mudaliyar

  165. The able guidance of prime minister ______all the little kingdoms of the former Pandian Empire were classified and converted into 72 palayams.

    (a)

    Haider

    (b)

    Tipu

    (c)

    Nawab of Arcot

    (d)

    Ariyanayaga Mudaliyar

  166. ______along with Colonel Heron proceeded towards Tirunelveli

    (a)

    Mafuskhan

    (b)

    Nawab of Arcot

    (c)

    Collector Jackson

    (d)

    Vijaya Ragunatha Tondaiman

  167. _______wanted to send an expedition to punish Veera Pandiyan but the Madras administration did not agree.

    (a)

    Mafuskhan

    (b)

    Nawab of Arcot

    (c)

    Collector Jackson

    (d)

    VijayaRagunatha Tondaiman

  168. _________Raja of Pudukottai, captured Kattabomman from the jungles of Kalapore and handed him over to the enemy

    (a)

    Mafuskhan

    (b)

    Nawab of Arcot

    (c)

    Collector Jackson

    (d)

    Vijaya Ragunatha Tondaiman

  169. Captain ______the resident ofThanjaur collected a force and defeated Shevatha Thambi near Mangudi.

    (a)

    William Blackburne

    (b)

    Penang in Malaya

    (c)

    Theeran Chinnamalai

    (d)

    Major Armstrong

  170. _________of the 16th native infantry was passing outside the Fort when he heard the firing.

    (a)

    William Blackburne

    (b)

    Penang in Malaya

    (c)

    Theeran Chinnamalai

    (d)

    Major Armstrong

  171. __________was the first province to be affected by the British influence

    (a)

    Bengal

    (b)

    Rationalism

    (c)

    Utilitarians

    (d)

    practice of sati

  172. _________as the basis for ethical thin~g, the idea of human progress and evolution.

    (a)

    Bengal

    (b)

    Rationalism

    (c)

    Utilitarians

    (d)

    practice of sati

  173. _______believers in the. doctrine of greatest happiness of the greatest number.

    (a)

    Bengal

    (b)

    Rationalism

    (c)

    Utilitarians

    (d)

    practice of sati

  174. The_______came in for particular condemnation

    (a)

    Bengal

    (b)

    Rationalism

    (c)

    Utilitarians

    (d)

    practice of sati

  175. ______was a man of versatile genius

    (a)

    Raja Rammohun Roy

    (b)

    Brahmo Samaj

    (c)

    Kasi Viswanatha Mudaliar

    (d)

    Tathuva Bodhini

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