Sample Mock Test Question Paper History 2008 Paper -IV
Who was Birjis Kadr?
A big zamindar of Lucknow
The son of Nana Sahib
The son of Hazrat Mahal, the Begum of Awadh
A big merchant of Bengal
Who founded the Seva Samiti in 1914?
A Rashtrakuta monarch who, in order to avert the calamities being faced by his kingdom, cut off the fingers of his left hand as a sacrifice to the Goddess Mahalakshmi of Kolhapur was :
Who amongst the following kings of the Pallava dynasty was captured and liberated by Samudragupta
Who amongst the following surrendered a tooth relic to Harsha?
King of Valabhi
King of Magadha
King of Kashmir
King of Kamarup
By what name did the Guptas refer to their gold coins in their inscriptions?
In the post Maurya period chief medium of literary expression was
Who was the first Persian emperor to conquer a part of India, which became his twentieth satrapy?
Which one of the following dynasties never patronized Jainism?
Padmasambhava went forth to convert Tibet to Buddhism from
None of these
Which of the following places in Maurya period linked Central India with Pataliputra?
was not involved in the Cawnpore Conspiracy case (1924) which was foisted by the British Government on the leaders of the Indian Communist Party to curb their activities.
The revolutionary who was associated with the Indian Independence League was
Ras Behari Bose
Raja Mahendra Pratap
The idea of a separate independent Muslim state was being nourished by a section of Muslim intelligentsia for quite some time. It was, however, first voiced by
Mohammad Ali Jinnah
Syed Ahmad Khan
was not a delegate to the round table conferences in London
V. S. Srinivasa Sastri
Tej Bahadur Sapru
Mukund Rama Rao Jayakar
Who was the Chief Adviser and confidant of Syed Ahmad Khan?
It is stated that the incidents of Barrackpore were repeated at other places. The place which remained unperturbed was