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04/10/2023

Mock Test on Tughlaq Dynasty- 04.10.23

1. Who was the founder of the Tughlaq Dynasty in India?
a) Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq
b) Muhammad bin Tughlaq
c) Feroz Shah Tughlaq
d) Alauddin Khilji

2. Which ruler of the Tughlaq Dynasty is known for shifting the capital from Delhi to Daulatabad?
a) Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq
b) Muhammad bin Tughlaq
c) Feroz Shah Tughlaq
d) Allauddin Khilji

3. Muhammad bin Tughlaq introduced a token currency system during his reign. What was it called?
a) Jital
b) Rupee
c) Dinar
d) Rupiya

4. Who was the famous Sufi saint during the Tughlaq Dynasty known for his writings and spiritual teachings?
a) Kabir
b) Chishti
c) Nizamuddin Auliya
d) Guru Nanak

5. Which Tughlaq ruler is often remembered for his attempts to reform the tax system and provide relief to the common people?
a) Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq
b) Muhammad bin Tughlaq
c) Feroz Shah Tughlaq
d) Alauddin Khilji

6. What event is associated with the reign of Muhammad bin Tughlaq, which led to significant economic and administrative challenges?
a) The construction of the Red Fort
b) The transfer of the capital to Daulatabad
c) The invasion of Timur
d) The Battle of Plassey

7. Feroz Shah Tughlaq is known for constructing a famous canal in North India. What is it called?
a) Ganga Canal
b) Yamuna Canal
c) Feroz Canal
d) Indira Canal

8. Which foreign traveler visited the court of Muhammad bin Tughlaq and wrote about his experiences in his travelogue, "The Travels of Ibn Battuta"?
a) Marco Polo
b) Vasco da Gama
c) Ibn Battuta
d) Xuanzang

9. During the Tughlaq Dynasty, which region of India witnessed a rebellion led by the Vijayanagara Empire against Delhi Sultanate rule?
a) Punjab
b) Deccan
c) Bengal
d) Rajasthan

10. Which Tughlaq ruler faced the problem of a famine in his kingdom and took measures to provide relief to the affected population?
a) Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq
b) Muhammad bin Tughlaq
c) Feroz Shah Tughlaq
d) Allauddin Khilji

01/10/2023

Mock on History(Kusan Dynasty)-01.10.23

1. Which of the following dynasties is known as the Kusan Dynasty in Korean history?
a) Goguryeo
b) Silla
c) Baekje
d) Goryeo

2. In which century did the Kusan Dynasty emerge in Korean history?
a) 1st century AD
b) 5th century BC
c) 10th century AD
d) 3rd century BC

3. What is the traditional name for the capital city of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Seoul
b) Pyongyang
c) Gyeongju
d) Busan

4. Which neighboring kingdom posed a significant military threat to the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Baekje
b) Silla
c) Gaya
d) Yamato

5. Who is considered the founder of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) King Muryeong
b) King Taejo
c) King Gwanggaeto
d) King Jangsu

6. What Chinese dynasty had a significant influence on the culture and administration of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Tang Dynasty
b) Han Dynasty
c) Song Dynasty
d) Ming Dynasty

7. What was the primary religion practiced during the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Buddhism
b) Confucianism
c) Taoism
d) Shamanism

8. Which famous monument associated with the Kusan Dynasty contains inscriptions detailing its history?
a) Jikji
b) Tripitaka Koreana
c) Dharani pillars
d) Gyeongju National Museum

9. What was the traditional language used in official documents and inscriptions during the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Korean
b) Chinese
c) Sanskrit
d) Mongolian

10. What role did the Kusan Dynasty play in the transmission of Buddhist culture and texts to Japan?
a) They actively promoted Buddhism in Japan.
b) They resisted the spread of Buddhism to Japan.
c) They played a significant role in introducing Buddhism to Japan.
d) They had no influence on Buddhism in Japan.

11. Which Kusan king is known for his naval exploits and maritime achievements?
a) King Gwanggaeto
b) King Jangsu
c) King Munmu
d) King Sejo

12. What neighboring kingdom was often allied with the Kusan Dynasty against common enemies?
a) Baekje
b) Silla
c) Gaya
d) Joseon

13. What was the primary agricultural crop of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Wheat
b) Rice
c) Millet
d) Barley

14. Which Kusan king is credited with expanding the kingdom's territory to its greatest extent?
a) King Gwanggaeto
b) King Jangsu
c) King Munmu
d) King Sejo

15. What is the alternative name for the Kusan Dynasty's territory, which encompassed parts of modern-day China, North Korea, and South Korea?
a) Goguryeo
b) Goryeo
c) Geumgwan Gaya
d) Gyeongju

16. Which neighboring kingdom eventually unified the Korean Peninsula and led to the downfall of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Baekje
b) Silla
c) Gaya
d) Goguryeo

17. What was the primary reason for the eventual fall of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Invasion by neighboring kingdoms
b) Economic collapse
c) Internal conflict
d) Natural disasters

18. Who was the last ruler of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) King Gwanggaeto
b) King Jangsu
c) King Munmu
d) King Bojang

19. Which of the following technologies was NOT developed during the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Iron casting
b) Printing press
c) Water clock
d) Gunpowder

20. What is the significance of the Gwanggaeto Stele in Kusan history?
a) It commemorates the founding of the Kusan Dynasty.
b) It contains inscriptions about the Kusan Dynasty's military conquests.
c) It is a Buddhist temple associated with the dynasty.
d) It served as the royal palace during the Kusan Dynasty.

21. Which modern-day countries encompass the historical territory of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) North Korea and South Korea
b) South Korea and Japan
c) China and South Korea
d) North Korea, South Korea, and China

22. Which Kusan king is known for his contributions to literature and culture, particularly the "Samguk Sagi"?
a) King Gwanggaeto
b) King Jangsu
c) King Munmu
d) King Sejo

23. What is the significance of the Baekje Historic Areas in relation to the Kusan Dynasty?
a) They were the capital of the Kusan Dynasty.
b) They are famous for their Buddhist sculptures.
c) They served as a major trading hub for the dynasty.
d) They were a stronghold of Kusan's enemies.

24. During the Kusan Dynasty, what was the social hierarchy primarily based on?
a) Birthright and nobility
b) Wealth and income
c) Education and intelligence
d) Physical strength and combat skills

25. Which Kusan king is associated with the famous "Seven-Branched Sword"?
a) King Gwanggaeto
b) King Jangsu
c) King Munmu
d) King Sejo

26. What impact did the spread of Buddhism have on the culture of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) It led to the decline of traditional Korean culture.
b) It enriched the culture with art, architecture, and philosophy.
c) It had no significant impact on Kusan culture.
d) It led to religious conflicts within the dynasty.

27. Which of the following rivers runs through the region historically associated with the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Yangtze River
b) Yellow River
c) Han River
d) Mekong River

28. Which neighboring kingdom had close cultural ties with the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Baekje
b) Silla
c) Gaya
d) Yamato

29. What role did the Goguryeo kingdom play in the early history of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Goguryeo was a strong ally of Kusan.
b) Goguryeo was a rival that frequently clashed with Kusan.
c) Goguryeo had no significant interaction with Kusan.
d) Goguryeo was absorbed by Kusan.

30. Which Kusan king is known for

establishing the Hwarang, a group of elite young warriors?
a) King Gwanggaeto
b) King Jangsu
c) King Munmu
d) King Sejo

31. What is the significance of the Gaya Historic Areas in relation to the Kusan Dynasty?
a) They were the site of the Kusan Dynasty's founding.
b) They were a major cultural center during the dynasty.
c) They served as a buffer zone between Kusan and its enemies.
d) They had no direct connection to the Kusan Dynasty.

32. Which Chinese dynasty frequently clashed with the Kusan Dynasty and engaged in multiple conflicts with them?
a) Qin Dynasty
b) Han Dynasty
c) Tang Dynasty
d) Song Dynasty

33. What role did the Goryeo Dynasty play in preserving the history and culture of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Goryeo actively promoted Kusan history and culture.
b) Goryeo erased all records of the Kusan Dynasty.
c) Goryeo had no influence on Kusan history and culture.
d) Goryeo borrowed from the cultural achievements of Kusan.

34. Which modern-day countries encompass the historical territory of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) North Korea and South Korea
b) South Korea and Japan
c) China and South Korea
d) North Korea, South Korea, and China

35. What is the significance of the Gyeongju Historic Areas in relation to the Kusan Dynasty?
a) They were the primary political centers of the dynasty.
b) They are famous for their Buddhist art and architecture.
c) They are the sites of Kusan Dynasty tombs and monuments.
d) They served as military strongholds during the dynasty.

36. Which Kusan king is known for his patronage of Buddhism and the construction of Buddhist temples?
a) King Gwanggaeto
b) King Jangsu
c) King Munmu
d) King Sejo

37. What significant invention during the Kusan Dynasty contributed to the spread of knowledge and culture?
a) Printing press
b) Gunpowder
c) Compass
d) Paper money

38. What is the significance of the Goguryeo Tombs, which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites?
a) They contain ancient artifacts from the Kusan Dynasty.
b) They are the burial grounds of Kusan kings and nobles.
c) They were used as fortresses during wartime.
d) They are Buddhist pilgrimage sites.

39. During the Kusan Dynasty, what was the main reason for the use of water clocks?
a) Measuring time for daily activities
b) Tracking the phases of the moon
c) Determining the direction of prayer
d) Predicting the weather

40. Which Kusan king is known for his contributions to the development of Korean legal codes and governance systems?
a) King Gwanggaeto
b) King Jangsu
c) King Munmu
d) King Sejo

41. Which neighboring kingdom was known for its close cultural ties with the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Baekje
b) Silla
c) Gaya
d) Yamato

42. What is the significance of the Baekje Historic Areas in relation to the Kusan Dynasty?
a) They were the capital of the Kusan Dynasty.
b) They are famous for their Buddhist sculptures.
c) They served as a major trading hub for the dynasty.
d) They were a stronghold of Kusan's enemies.

43. Which major river runs through the region historically associated with the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Yangtze River
b) Yellow River
c) Han River
d) Mekong River

44. Which Kusan king is associated with the famous "Seven-Branched Sword"?
a) King Gwanggaeto
b) King Jangsu
c) King Munmu
d) King Sejo

45. What role did the Gaya Confederacy play in relation to the Kusan Dynasty?
a) They were allies.
b) They were rivals.
c) They were subject to Gaya's rule.
d) They had no significant interaction.

46. What was the primary language used in the Kusan Dynasty's official documents and inscriptions?
a) Korean
b) Chinese
c) Sanskrit
d) Mongolian

47. What role did the Goryeo Dynasty play in preserving the history and culture of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Goryeo actively promoted Kusan history and culture.
b) Goryeo erased all records of the Kusan Dynasty.
c) Goryeo had no influence on Kusan history and culture.
d) Goryeo borrowed from the cultural achievements of Kusan.

48. What was the primary agricultural crop of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Wheat
b) Rice
c) Millet
d) Barley

49. What is the significance of the Gyeongju Historic Areas in relation to the Kusan Dynasty?
a) They were the primary political centers of the dynasty.
b) They are famous for their Buddhist art and architecture.
c) They are the sites of Kusan Dynasty tombs and monuments.
d) They served as military strongholds during the dynasty.

50. What is the alternative spelling of the Kusan Dynasty?
a) Goguryeo
b) Baekje
c) Silla
d) Koguryo

Answers:
1. a) Goguryeo
2. b) 5th century BC
3. b) Pyongyang
4. a) Baekje
5. d) King Jangsu
6. a) Tang Dynasty
7. a) Buddhism
8. b) Tripitaka Koreana
9. b) Chinese
10. c) They played a significant role in introducing Buddhism to Japan.
11. c) King Munmu
12. d) Yamato
13. b) Rice
14. a) King Gwanggaeto
15. a) Goguryeo
16. b) Economic collapse
17. d) King Bojang
18. d) Gunpowder
19. b) It contains inscriptions about the Kusan Dynasty's military conquests.
20. a) North Korea and South Korea
21. d) King Sejo
22. b) They are famous for their Buddhist sculptures.
23. a) Birthright and nobility
24. a) King Gwanggaeto
25. a) Goguryeo
26. b) It enriched the culture with art, architecture, and philosophy.
27. c) Han River
28. d) Yamato
29. b) Goguryeo was a rival that frequently clashed with Kusan.
30. b) King Jangsu
31. b) They were a major cultural center during the dynasty.
32. c) Tang Dynasty
33. a) Goryeo actively promoted Kusan history and culture.
34. a) North Korea and South Korea
35. c)

They are the sites of Kusan Dynasty tombs and monuments.
36. a) King Gwanggaeto
37. b) Silla
38. b) They are famous for their Buddhist sculptures.
39. a) Measuring time for daily activities
40. d) King Sejo
41. a) Baekje
42. c) They served as a major trading hub for the dynasty.
43. c) Han River
44. a) King Gwanggaeto
45. b) They were rivals.
46. b) Chinese
47. a) Goryeo actively promoted Kusan history and culture.
48. b) Rice
49. c) They are the sites of Kusan Dynasty tombs and monuments.
50. d) Koguryo

30/09/2023

Mocktest on West Bengal Geography- 30.09.23

1. What is the capital city of West Bengal?
a) Kolkata
b) Siliguri
c) Asansol
d) Durgapur

**Answer: a) Kolkata**

2. Which river forms the western boundary of West Bengal?
a) Ganges
b) Brahmaputra
c) Teesta
d) Hooghly

**Answer: b) Brahmaputra**

3. The Sundarbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is famous for which of the following?
a) Tiger Reserve
b) Tea Plantations
c) Ancient Temples
d) Waterfalls

**Answer: a) Tiger Reserve**

4. Which mountain range lies in the northern part of West Bengal?
a) Vindhya Range
b) Western Ghats
c) Eastern Ghats
d) Eastern Himalayas

**Answer: d) Eastern Himalayas**

5. Which city is known as the "Silicon Valley of India"?
a) Kolkata
b) Durgapur
c) Siliguri
d) Kolkata

**Answer: b) Durgapur**

6. Which national park in West Bengal is known for its population of Indian rhinoceros?
a) Gorumara National Park
b) Neora Valley National Park
c) Buxa Tiger Reserve
d) Singalila National Park

**Answer: c) Buxa Tiger Reserve**

7. The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is also known as:
a) Nilgiri Mountain Railway
b) Kangra Valley Railway
c) Toy Train
d) Konkan Railway

**Answer: c) Toy Train**

8. Which river flows through the city of Kolkata?
a) Brahmaputra
b) Ganges
c) Teesta
d) Hooghly

**Answer: d) Hooghly**

9. What is the highest peak in West Bengal?
a) Sandakphu
b) Kanchenjunga
c) Tiger Hill
d) Darjeeling Peak

**Answer: b) Kanchenjunga**

10. The famous tea gardens of West Bengal are primarily located in which region?
a) Sundarbans
b) Terai
c) Dooars
d) Rajmahal Hills

**Answer: c) Dooars**

11. Which district is known as the "Land of Red Soil" in West Bengal?
a) Darjeeling
b) Bankura
c) Murshidabad
d) Malda

**Answer: b) Bankura**

12. Which river forms the border between West Bengal and Bangladesh?
a) Teesta
b) Ganges
c) Padma
d) Brahmaputra

**Answer: c) Padma**

13. Which of the following is NOT a major seaport in West Bengal?
a) Haldia Port
b) Kolkata Port
c) Sagar Island Port
d) Paradip Port

**Answer: d) Paradip Port**

14. Which wildlife sanctuary in West Bengal is known for its population of Indian bison (gaur)?
a) Sundarbans Wildlife Sanctuary
b) Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary
c) Buxa Tiger Reserve
d) Singalila National Park

**Answer: b) Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary**

15. Which river is known as the "Sorrow of Bengal" due to its frequent flooding?
a) Ganges
b) Brahmaputra
c) Teesta
d) Damodar

**Answer: d) Damodar**

16. Which hill station in West Bengal is famous for its beautiful rhododendron forests?
a) Darjeeling
b) Kalimpong
c) Mirik
d) Kurseong

**Answer: b) Kalimpong**

17. Which of the following is NOT a district in West Bengal?
a) Jalpaiguri
b) Cooch Behar
c) Bhutan
d) Malda

**Answer: c) Bhutan**

18. Which river is known as the "Lifeline of West Bengal"?
a) Brahmaputra
b) Ganges
c) Hooghly
d) Damodar

**Answer: b) Ganges**

19. The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur is located in which district of West Bengal?
a) Howrah
b) Midnapore
c) Kolkata
d) Burdwan

**Answer: b) Midnapore**

20. What is the name of the saltwater lake located in the Sundarbans?
a) Rabindra Sarobar
b) Sagar Island
c) Chilika Lake
d) Keibul Lamjao National Park

**Answer: b) Sagar Island**

21. Which city in West Bengal is known for its coal mines and steel industry?
a) Durgapur
b) Asansol
c) Kharagpur
d) Siliguri

**Answer: b) Asansol**

22. Which of the following is NOT a tributary of the Ganges in West Bengal?
a) Bhagirathi
b) Damodar
c) Hooghly
d) Teesta

**Answer: d) Teesta**

23. What is the name of the famous temple located in Kalighat, Kolkata?
a) Dakshineswar Kali Temple
b) Kali Mandir
c) Kalighat Temple
d) Belur Math

**Answer: c) Kalighat Temple**

24. The famous poet Rabindranath Tagore was born in which town in West Bengal?
a) Shantiniketan
b) Kolkata
c) Darjeeling
d) Siliguri

**Answer: a) Shantiniketan**

25. Which district is known as the "Rice Bowl of West Bengal"?
a) Birbhum
b) Murshidabad
c) Nadia
d) Bardhaman

**Answer: a) Birbhum**

26. Which national park in West Bengal is known for its population of red pandas?
a) Neora Valley National Park
b) Jaldapara National Park
c) Singalila National Park
d) Buxa Tiger Reserve

**Answer: a) Neora Valley National Park**

27. Which river flows through the city of Siliguri?
a) Teesta

b) Ganges
c) Brahmaputra
d) Hooghly

**Answer: a) Teesta**

28. Which festival is celebrated with grandeur in Kolkata and involves the immersion of idols in the Hooghly River?
a) Durga Puja
b) Diwali
c) Holi
d) Eid

**Answer: a) Durga Puja**

29. What is the main occupation of the people in the Sundarbans region?
a) Agriculture
b) Fishing
c) Tea cultivation
d) Tourism

**Answer: b) Fishing**

30. Which of the following is a famous hot spring located in the Darjeeling district?
a) Bakreshwar
b) Taptapani
c) Sandakphu
d) Gaurikund

**Answer: d) Gaurikund**

31. Which river is the largest tributary of the Ganges in West Bengal?
a) Hooghly
b) Brahmaputra
c) Damodar
d) Teesta

**Answer: c) Damodar**

32. Which town in West Bengal is known for its connection to the East India Company and its role in the o***m trade?
a) Cooch Behar
b) Murshidabad
c) Howrah
d) Bardhaman

**Answer: b) Murshidabad**

33. The famous Maithan Dam is located on which river in West Bengal?
a) Ganges
b) Damodar
c) Brahmaputra
d) Hooghly

**Answer: b) Damodar**

34. Which of the following is a famous archaeological site in West Bengal known for its ancient Buddhist stupas?
a) Hazarduari Palace
b) Nalanda
c) Paharpur
d) Bishnupur

**Answer: d) Bishnupur**

35. Which city in West Bengal is known as the "City of Joy"?
a) Darjeeling
b) Kolkata
c) Siliguri
d) Asansol

**Answer: b) Kolkata**

36. Which of the following is a hill station located in the Darjeeling district?
a) Kalimpong
b) Malda
c) Burdwan
d) Hooghly

**Answer: a) Kalimpong**

37. Which river is famous for its tea gardens in West Bengal?
a) Brahmaputra
b) Damodar
c) Teesta
d) Ganges

**Answer: c) Teesta**

38. The famous Victoria Memorial is located in which city of West Bengal?
a) Howrah
b) Siliguri
c) Kolkata
d) Asansol

**Answer: c) Kolkata**

39. Which district is known for its silk industry in West Bengal?
a) Murshidabad
b) Malda
c) Nadia
d) Bankura

**Answer: a) Murshidabad**

40. The famous Battle of Plassey took place in which district of West Bengal?
a) Cooch Behar
b) Murshidabad
c) Malda
d) Nadia

**Answer: b) Murshidabad**

41. Which river divides the city of Kolkata into two parts?
a) Hooghly
b) Ganges
c) Damodar
d) Teesta

**Answer: a) Hooghly**

42. Which national park in West Bengal is known for its population of one-horned rhinoceros?
a) Jaldapara National Park
b) Neora Valley National Park
c) Sundarbans National Park
d) Buxa Tiger Reserve

**Answer: a) Jaldapara National Park**

43. Which of the following is a famous rock-cut temple complex in West Bengal?
a) Hazarduari Palace
b) Paharpur
c) Ajanta Caves
d) Barabar Caves

**Answer: d) Barabar Caves**

44. Which river is known as the "River of Sorrow"?
a) Ganges
b) Brahmaputra
c) Damodar
d) Hooghly

**Answer: c) Damodar**

45. Which district in West Bengal is famous for its terracotta temples?
a) Murshidabad
b) Birbhum
c) Bankura
d) Cooch Behar

**Answer: c) Bankura**

46. Which city in West Bengal is known as the "Gateway to the Northeast"?
a) Darjeeling
b) Kolkata
c) Siliguri
d) Asansol

**Answer: c) Siliguri**

47. Which of the following is a famous pilgrimage site in West Bengal?
a) Sunderbans
b) Sagar Island
c) Belur Math
d) Marble Palace

**Answer: c) Belur Math**

48. Which river is known as the "River of Bengal"?
a) Ganges
b) Brahmaputra
c) Teesta
d) Damodar

**Answer: a) Ganges**

49. Which district is known as the "Land of Temples" in West Bengal?
a) Birbhum
b) Murshidabad
c) Nadia
d) Malda

**Answer: a) Birbhum**

50. What is the name of the hill station known for its colonial-era architecture and British legacy in West Bengal?
a) Darjeeling
b) Kalimpong
c) Kurseong
d) Mirik

**Answer: a) Darjeeling**

24/09/2023

Mock Test on Ancient History(Jainism)-24.09.23

1. Who is considered the founder of Jainism?
a) Mahavira
b) Buddha
c) Guru Nanak
d) Adi Shankaracharya

2. Jainism is primarily based on the principle of:
a) Ahimsa (Non-violence)
b) Satya (Truth)
c) Dharma (Duty)
d) Karma (Action)

3. What is the name of the holy scripture in Jainism?
a) Vedas
b) Bhagavad Gita
c) Tripitaka
d) Agamas

4. What is the term for the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth in Jainism?
a) Nirvana
b) Moksha
c) Samsara
d) Dharma

5. Jain monks and nuns are often known for wearing:
a) Red robes
b) Orange robes
c) White robes
d) Green robes

6. The supreme goal in Jainism, which represents liberation from the cycle of birth and death, is called:
a) Nirvana
b) Dharma
c) Karma
d) Samsara

7. How many main principles or vows (Anuvratas) are there in Jainism?
a) Two
b) Five
c) Ten
d) Twenty-Five

8. The concept of "Anekantavada" in Jainism refers to:
a) Non-violence
b) Non-possessiveness
c) Non-absolutism
d) Non-attachment

9. The Jain festival of fasting and prayer, observed to cleanse the soul and seek forgiveness, is called:
a) Diwali
b) Holi
c) Paryushana
d) Navratri

10. Which Tirthankara is considered the 24th and the last Tirthankara in Jainism?
a) Rishabhanatha
b) Mahavira
c) Parshvanatha
d) Adinatha

Answers:
1. a) Mahavira
2. a) Ahimsa (Non-violence)
3. d) Agamas
4. c) Samsara
5. c) White robes
6. a) Nirvana
7. b) Five
8. c) Non-absolutism
9. c) Paryushana
10. b) Mahavira

18/09/2023

Mock test on Vijaynagar Empire-18.09.23

1. Who is considered the founder of the Vijayanagara Empire?
a) Harihara I
b) Bukka I
c) Krishnadevaraya
d) Devaraya II

2. The Vijayanagara Empire was located in which part of India?
a) Northern India
b) Western India
c) Southern India
d) Eastern India

3. What was the capital city of the Vijayanagara Empire?
a) Delhi
b) Varanasi
c) Vijayanagara
d) Kolkata

4. Which dynasty ruled the Vijayanagara Empire?
a) Maurya
b) Chola
c) Hoysala
d) Sangama

5. The defeat of the Vijayanagara Empire in the Battle of Talikota occurred in which year?
a) 1336
b) 1443
c) 1565
d) 1600

6. Who was the famous king of the Vijayanagara Empire known for his patronage of art and literature?
a) Harihara I
b) Bukka I
c) Krishnadevaraya
d) Devaraya II

7. Which European explorer visited the Vijayanagara Empire during the reign of Krishnadevaraya?
a) Christopher Columbus
b) Vasco da Gama
c) Marco Polo
d) Ferdinand Magellan

8. The architecture of the Vijayanagara Empire is known for its distinctive style, which is often referred to as:
a) Mughal architecture
b) Dravidian architecture
c) Persian architecture
d) Gothic architecture

9. What was the primary religion of the Vijayanagara Empire?
a) Buddhism
b) Islam
c) Christianity
d) Hinduism

10. The Battle of Talikota resulted in the fall of the Vijayanagara Empire to a coalition of Deccan sultanates. Which sultanate played a significant role in this coalition?
a) Delhi Sultanate
b) Bahmani Sultanate
c) Mysore Sultanate
d) Golconda Sultanate

Answers:
1. a) Harihara I
2. c) Southern India
3. c) Vijayanagara
4. d) Sangama
5. c) 1565
6. c) Krishnadevaraya
7. b) Vasco da Gama
8. b) Dravidian architecture
9. d) Hinduism
10. b) Bahmani Sultanate

10/09/2023

Mock on Medieval History(Lodhi Dynasty)-10.09.23

Question 1: Who was the founder of the Lodhi Dynasty?

A) Sikandar Lodi
B) Ibrahim Lodi
C) Bahlul Lodi
D) Sher Shah Suri

Question 2: During which century did the Lodhi Dynasty rule in India?

A) 13th Century
B) 14th Century
C) 15th Century
D) 16th Century

Question 3. Which of the following rulers of the Lodhi Dynasty was defeated by Babur in the First Battle of Panipat in 1526?

A) Bahlul Lodi
B) Sikandar Lodi
C) Ibrahim Lodi
D) Daulat Khan Lodi

Question 4: What was the capital of the Lodhi Dynasty?

A) Delhi
B) Agra
C) Jaunpur
D) Lahore

Question 5: Who was the last ruler of the Lodhi Dynasty?

A) Bahlul Lodi
B) Sikandar Lodi
C) Ibrahim Lodi
D) Daulat Khan Lodi

Question 6: Which Lodhi Sultan is credited with the construction of the famous Lodhi Gardens in Delhi?

A) Bahlul Lodi
B) Sikandar Lodi
C) Ibrahim Lodi
D) Daulat Khan Lodi

Question 7: Which of the following was a significant achievement of the Lodhi Dynasty?

A) Introduction of the Zamindari system
B) Establishment of the Mughal Empire
C) Construction of the Taj Mahal
D) Discovery of the sea route to India

Question 8: Who was the Afghan noble who invited Babur to invade India and played a role in the downfall of Ibrahim Lodi?

A) Rana Sanga
B) Rana Pratap
C) Daulat Khan Lodi
D) Sher Shah Suri

Question 9: What was the primary reason for the decline of the Lodhi Dynasty?

A) Internal conflicts and weak leadership
B) Foreign invasions by the Mongols
C) Economic instability
D) Drought and famine

Question 10: After the defeat of Ibrahim Lodi, which dynasty came to power in India?

A) Gupta Dynasty
B) Maurya Dynasty
C) Mughal Dynasty
D) Chola Dynasty

**Answers:**

1. C) Bahlul Lodi
2. C) 15th Century
3. C) Ibrahim Lodi
4. A) Delhi
5. C) Ibrahim Lodi
6. B) Sikandar Lodi
7. B) Establishment of the Mughal Empire
8. C) Daulat Khan Lodi
9. A) Internal conflicts and weak leadership
10. C) Mughal Dynasty

08/09/2023

Mock Test on Medieval History(Khilji Dynasty)- 08.09.23

1. Who was the founder of the Khilji Dynasty in India?
a) Alauddin Khilji
b) Jalaluddin Khilji
c) Qutbuddin Aibak
d) Balban

2. Which year marked the beginning of the Khilji Dynasty's rule in India?
a) 1192
b) 1206
c) 1290
d) 1320

3. Under which Khilji ruler did the Delhi Sultanate reach its zenith in terms of territorial expansion?
a) Alauddin Khilji
b) Jalaluddin Khilji
c) Qutbuddin Mubarak Shah
d) Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq

4. Alauddin Khilji is best known for his military campaign against which kingdom in South India?
a) Vijayanagara Empire
b) Hoysala Empire
c) Kakatiya Dynasty
d) Chola Dynasty

5. What was the primary motivation behind Alauddin Khilji's introduction of the 'Market Control' system?
a) To regulate trade and commerce
b) To ensure a regular supply of goods to the military
c) To control inflation and stabilize prices
d) To increase state revenue

6. Which famous medieval fort was strengthened and expanded during Alauddin Khilji's rule?
a) Red Fort
b) Chittorgarh Fort
c) Agra Fort
d) Golconda Fort

7. What title was conferred upon Malik Kafur, a prominent general during Alauddin Khilji's reign?
a) Malik-ul-Sharq
b) Amir-ul-Umara
c) Hazar Dinari
d) Yameen-ud-Din

8. Who succeeded Alauddin Khilji as the ruler of the Khilji Dynasty?
a) Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq
b) Qutbuddin Mubarak Shah
c) Jalaluddin Khilji
d) Nasiruddin Mahmud

9. Which Khilji ruler was assassinated by his own army officers in 1320 AD?
a) Alauddin Khilji
b) Qutbuddin Mubarak Shah
c) Jalaluddin Khilji
d) Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq

10. The Khalji Dynasty was succeeded by which dynasty in the Delhi Sultanate?
a) Mughal Dynasty
b) Tughlaq Dynasty
c) Sayyid Dynasty
d) Lodi Dynasty

Answers:
1. b) Jalaluddin Khilji
2. b) 1206
3. a) Alauddin Khilji
4. c) Kakatiya Dynasty
5. b) To ensure a regular supply of goods to the military
6. b) Chittorgarh Fort
7. c) Hazar Dinari
8. c) Jalaluddin Khilji
9. b) Qutbuddin Mubarak Shah
10. c) Sayyid Dynasty

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