General Studies: Important for Exam: Medieval Indian History MCQ Part 43

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Q. A number of methods were used to assess the land revenue demand during the Mughal period. The most important method of land revenue assessment was

(a) Bhatia or Gala bhakti

(b) Zaftig system

(c) Knut

(d) Nasdaq

Q. The term ‘Khanna’ refers to

(a) College of religious learning

(b) Tomb

(c) Temple

(d) Sufi hospice

Q. Which one of the following was not a trading or mercantile community in medieval India?

(a) Banaras

(b) Khatri

(c) Mewari’s

(d) Bohras

Q. Watandars in Medieval Deccan were

(a) A class of state officials

(b) Peasants

(c) Jagirdari

(d) Landed intermediaries

Q. The ‘first factory opened by the English East India Company was at

(a) Agra

(b) Ahmedabad

(c) Broach

(d) Surat

Q. Which one of the following sequence represent the correct chronological order?

(a) Shahji, Shiva, Raja ram, Sham haji

(b) Shahji, Shiva, Sham haji, Raja ram

(c) Shahji, Shahari, Shiva, Raja ram

(d) Sham haji, Shiva, Shahji, Raja ram

Q. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer.

Match List I with List II and Select the Correct Answer
Match List I with List II and select the correct answer

List - I

List – II

A. Mahmud Shah

1. Malawi Sultanate Bertha

B. Hushing Shah

2. Bengal Sultanate

C. Aladdin Husain

3. Gujarat Sultanate

D. Zain – ul Abiding

4. Medieval Kashmir

(a) 1 3 2 4

(b) 4 2 3 1

(c) 2 4 3 1

(d) 3 1 2 4

Q. Consider the following statements:

Humayun’s tomb at Delhi was built by Akbar’s step – mother, Haji Begum.

The striking features of this monument are:

1. It is entirely Persian in style

2. Pierre Dura was used in it.

3. It is the earliest example in India of a double dome

Which of the above statement is are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 1, 2 and 3

(c) 1 and 2 only

(d) 1 and 3 only

Q. Mir Bachchan in the Mughal central government functioned as

(a) Commander – in – chief

(b) Military Paymaster General

(c) Minister of finance

(d) Minister of royal household

Q. Bargirs under Shiva were

(a) Governors of small province’s

(b) Hired troopers who were to bring their own arms and horses

(c) Troopers who were supplied horses and arms by the state

(d) Shiva body – guards

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