General Studies: Important for Exam: Indian History MCQ Part 19

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Q. The introduction of token currency (i. e. bronze or copper Tanka in place of silver Tanka) by Muhammad bin Tughluqs did not succeed:

(a) Because merchants refused to accept the token currency

(b) Because foreign trade suffered badly

(c) Because the scarcity of silver for minting the silver Tanka was over

(d) Because of extensive counterfeiting of token currency

Q. The famous Moorish traveler In Battuta, who visited India and recorded his adventures in a book entitled Safarnama or Rhea, was appoint5ed Quiz of Delhi by Sultan:

(a) Mubarak Shah Khalil

(b) Ghiyasuddin Tug lug

(c) Mohammad – bin Tughluqs

(d) Fires Tughluqs

Q. South India broke away from the Sultanate leading to the foundation of the Vijayanagara and the Bahaman kingdom during the reign of:

(a) Muhammad bin Tughluqs

(b) Fires Tughluqs

(c) Nasir – ud – din Muhammad

(d) Khiry Khan

Q. the most important aspect of Sultan Fires Tughluqs constructive policy was:

(a) Opening of a large number of karkhanas

(b) The digging of canals and wells

(c) Foundation of cities and construction of colleges, mosques, hospitals, etc.

(d) Promotion of horticulture

(e) Establishment of new agricultural colonies

Q. Match the respective cities founded by the following Sultans of Delhi:

Match the Respective Cities Founded by the Following Sultans of Delhi
Match the respective cities founded by the following Sultans of Delhi

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A. Aladdin Khalil

1. Firozabad

B. Ghiyasuddin Tughluqs

2. Jaipur

C. Muhammad – bin – Tughluqs

3. Tughluqabad

D. Fires Tughluqs

4. Daulatabad

5. Sire

(a) 5 3 4 1 and 2

(b) 2 1 3 4 and 5

(c) 2 v3 1 4 and 5

(d) 5 2 3 4 and 1

Q. The Sultan of Delhi, who ruler for the longest period and also wrote his autobiographical account, was:

(a) Ghiyasuddin Tughluqs

(b) Muhammad bin Tughluqs

(c) Fires Tughluqs

(d) Nikhandar Lodi

Q. The Sultan of Delhi, who transferred two monolithic Maryann pillars to Delhi to beautify his capital, was:

(a) Iltutmish

(b) Aladdin Khalil

(c) Fires Tughluqs

(d) Muhammad bin Tughluqs

Q. Timor invaded India and ordered a general massacre of the people of Delhi during the reign of:

(a) Nasir – ud – din Mahmoud

(b) Ghiyasuddin II

(c) Abu Bark

(d) Aladdin Sikandar

Q. About the territorial extent of the Sultanate of Delhi under Sultan ------------it was said that “the rule of the Lord of the world extends from Delhi to Palma” (about 9 miles)

(a) Nasir – ud – din Mahmud

(b) Ghiyasuddin II

(c) Abu Bark

(d) Keizer Khan

Q. A ruling dynasty established in India at the instance of Timor was:

(a) Saniya’s

(b) Lodi

(c) Shamir

(d) Diya’s Shah

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