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GK General Knowledge - History Question Answer Quiz

Q. With reference to the Mughal administration, which among the following options is connected to the features of the Mansabdari System?
1) Zat, Sawar
2) Barkat, Fana
3) Namus, Din
4) Peshkash, Nazr

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Q. Which dynasty ruled in the region of modern Haryana at the time of the Ghaznavid invasion?
1) Tomara Rajputs
2) Parmara Rajputs
3) Chauhan Rajputs
4) Kacchwaha Rajputs

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Q. Who assassinated Stevens, the District Magistrate of Tippera(Tripura) in 1931?
1) Kalpana Datta and Suhasini Ganguly
2) Pritilata Waddedar and Kalpana Datta
3) Santi and Suniti Chaudhury
4) Bina Das and Basanti Devi

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Q. Which among the following is NOT a proto-Harappan culture?
1) Amri culture
2) Sothi culture
3) Kot-Diji culture
4) Zhob culture

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Q. Which language was used as the official language in Satavahana Age?
1) Sanskrit
2) Prakrit
3) Telugu
4) Tamil

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Q. Who were the chief painters of the Hamzanama under Akbar's order?
1) Bihzad and Mulla Dust Muhammad
2) Daswanth and Basawan
3) Sayyed Ali and Abdas Samad
4) Manohar and Bishun Das

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Q. In which of the following places are the famous Ashokan pillars found?
1. Sanchi
2. Samath
3. Lauriya Nandangarh.
4. Amravati

1) 1 only
2) 1 and 2 only
3) 1, 2 and 3 only
4) All of the above

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Q. The Sun Temple of Odisha was built in the 12th Century AD by which of the following emperors?
1) Kharavela
2) Narasimha Deva 1
3) Vijaya Sena
4) Dharmapala

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Q. Chandernagore (Chandannagar) was a colony captured by the British Navy on 23 March 1757.
1) Danish
2) Dutch
3) French
4) Portuguese

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Q. Which of the following Buddhist sites is located in Uttar Pradesh?
1) Sarnath
2) Karle
3) Sanchi
4) Amaravati

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