General Studies: Important for Exam: Medieval Indian History MCQ Part 35

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Q. The route marked on the map was followed by the army of a particular Sultan of Delhi and ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, and ‘D’ represent the capitals of subjugated Kingdoms of the period.

Which of the following constitutes the correct explanation?

(a) Aladdin Khalil’s March ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, and ‘D’ represent Devarai, Warangal, Dwarsamudra and Madura respectively

(b) The March of Malik Kaur’s army ‘A’, ‘B’ ‘C’, and ‘D’ represent Devarai, Warangal, Dwarsamudra and Madura, respectively.

(c) The March of Muhammad Tughluqs army ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, and ‘D’ represent Devarai, Kampala, Gulbarga and Madura, respectively.

(d) The March of Mira Raja Jai Singh’s army during the reign of Aurangzeb ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, and ‘D’ represent Aurangabad, Hyderabad, Bijapur and Madam, respectively.

Q. To which medieval Indian ruler does the X shaded portion in the given map relate and which town does the site marked ‘X’ represent?

(a) The reign of Aladdin Khalil, Dialup

(b) The reign of Fires Tughluqs, Dialup

(c) The reign of Shisha Suri, Attack

(d) The reign of Babur, Kabul

Q. The regions marked 1, 2, 3 and 4 on the given map were respectively the Mughal provinces of:

(a) An Ahmadnagar, Gujarat, Agra and Bihar

(b) Berar, Gujarat, Delhi and Bihar

(c) Berar, Ajmer, Agra and Allahabad

(d) Berar, Ajmer, Agra and Awadhi

Q. The given map represents the extent of the Mughal Empire in:

(a) 1605

(b) 1636

(c) 1657

(d) 1707

Q. The sites ‘A’ and ‘B’ in the given map respectively represent the two fifteenth century kingdoms of:

(a) Yadav and Hoyasala

(b) Bahrain and Vijayanagara

(c) Ahmadnagar and Bijapur

(d) Yadav and Kakatiyas

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