General Studies: Important for Exam: Medieval Indian History MCQ Part 40

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Q. The areas marked 1, 2 and 3 on the map was respectively the capital cities of their fifteenth century regional kingdoms. Which of the following choices is correct?

(a) 1. Chitter, the capital of Mewari

2. Jaipur, the capital of Shari kingdom; and

3. Daulatabad, the capital of Bahrain kingdom.

(b) 1. Chitter, the capital of Mewari

2. Kannauj, the capital of Shari kingdom; and

3. Mandau, the capital of Malawi kingdom

(c) 1. Jodhpur, the capital of Marwari

2. Kannauj, the capital of Afghan kingdom; and

3. Daulatabad, the capital of Bahrain kingdom.

(d) 1. Jodhpur, the capital of Marwari

2. Jaipur, the capital of Shari kingdom; and

3. Mandau, the capital of Malawi Sultanate

Q. The Shaded portion in the given map is a regional kingdom of the 14th and 15th century and A, B and C represent the sites of three important cities within it. Which of the following alternatives is correct?

(a) The Kingdom is Brahman and A, B and C represent Daulatabad, Gulbarga and Bidder, respectively.

(b) The kingdom of Bijapur and A, B and C represent Daulatabad, Gulbarga and Bidder, respectively.

(c) The kingdom is Brahman and A, B and C represent Berhampur, Bijapur and Golconda, respectively.

(d) The kingdom is Bahaman and A, B and C represent Daulatabad, Gulbarga and Kampala, respectively.

Q. The Shaded territory on the given map represents a Deccan kingdom annexed by the Mughals during the region of Shahjahan. This was the kingdom of:

(a) Khandesi

(b) Berar

(c) Ahmadnagar

(d) Bidder

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