General Studies: Important for Exam: Indian History MCQ Part 36

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Q. When Chitter was captured by Akbar (1558), the Rena of Mewari was:

(a) Rena Uday Singh

(b) Rena Pratap

(c) Rena Kumara

(d) Rena Amar Singh

Q. In the battle of Haldighati the Mughal troops were commanded by:

(a) Asif Khan

(b) Raja Man Singh of Amber

(c) Quiz Khan

(d) Today Mal

Q. After the fall of Chitter, the city which became the capital of Mewari was:

(a) Metra

(b) Kumbhalgarh

(c) Mandalgarh

(d) Udaipur

Q. which of the following in the North – west frontier was not part of the Mughal Empire under Akbar:

(a) Kabul

(b) Kandahar

(c) Kashmir

(d) Badakhshan

Q. Akbar wanted to inculcate the friendship of the Rajput’s:

(a) For building a bridge between the rulers and the ruled

(b) Because of the two enemies of the Mughals – the Afghans and the Rajput’s – the latter’s friendship was more valuable

(c) Because it was a political necessity for the fulfilment of the Mughal imperialist aspirations

(d) Because it was in accordance with Akbar’s policy of Suhl – i- quell

(e) All the above

Q. Two women who while conducting the affairs of their states faced Akbar’s wars of conquest were Rani Durgawati and Chand Bib (or Sultana), respectively of:

(a) Jaywalker and Khandesi

(b) Malawi and Gujarat

(c) Gondwana and Ahmadnagar

(d) Ranthambhore

Q. Which of the following is the correct chronological sequence of Akbar’s liberal measures?

(a) Foundation of the lbadatkhana, infallibility decree, abolition of pilgrim ax and Joziah and Din – i- lahk

(b) abolition of pilgrim tax and Joziah, foundation of the lbadatkhana, infallibility decree and Din – I – lahk

(c) Abolition of pilgrim tax and Joziah, infallibility decree, foundation of lbadatkhana and the Din – I – lahk

(d) Infallibility decree, abolition of pilgrim tax and Joziah, foundation of the lbadatkhana and the Din – I – lahk

Q. The great Jain saint who stayed at the court of Akbar for two years at Akbar’s invitation and upon whom the Emperor conferred the title of Jag at Guru, was:

(a) Hemi Chandra

(b) Vijaya Suri

(c) Hari Vijaya Suri

(d) Jinaprabha Suri

Q. Akbar adopted the practice3 of prostrating himself publicly before the fire and sun under the inspiration of:

(a) Disturb Redshirt

(b) Disturb MaIaIa Rena

(c) Birbal

(d) Raja Man Singh

Q. Akbar’s concept of Suhl – I – Kol (or Quell) means:

(a) Friendship and goodwill to all

(b) Common brotherhood

(c) Harmony and peace to all

Q. Which of the following statements correctly describes the real spirit of Din – i- lahk?

(a) It was an attempt towards founding a universal religion

(b) It possessed the excellence of all the existing creeds but defects of none

(c) It was a concept of citizenship of the people of common faith

(d) It was founded to instil intense loyalty to the empire

(e) It was an attempt to end all communal bitterness

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