General Studies: Important for Exam: Ancient Indian History MCQ Part 23

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Q. Which of the following edicts does not refer to the full name of Asoka?

(a) Maski8 edict

(b) Senath edict

(c) Gujarat edict

(d) Knitter edict

Q. Which of the following statements regarding Asoka is incorrect?

(a) Asoka was a follower of Buddhism

(b) Asoka refer to Buddha and his teachings in his inscriptions

(c) Asoka made visit to Buddhist places of Bodhgaya Lumia

(d) Asoka made special arrangements gor the welfare of men and beasts

Q. Which of the following provides detailed information on the municipal administration of Pataliputra during the Maryann period?

(a) Megasthenes

(b) Kantilla

(c) Ajoka inscriptions

(d) Vishakhadatta

Q. What is the correct sequence of the following in the history of South India?

1. Sang am Age

2. Megalithic culture

3. Conquest of Ceylon

4. Mahabalipuram temple

Select the correct answer from the codes given below:

(a) 3,1, 4,2

(b) 2,3, 4,1

(c) 2,1, 4,3

(d) 1,2, 4,3

Q. The earliest available work associated with Sang am literature is

(a) Silappadikaaram

(b) Pattupattu

(c) Tolkkappiyam

(d) Padirrupattu

Q. Which of the following was not an important part of trade during the early centuries of the Christian era?

(a) Broach

(b) Solara

(c) Lethal

(d) Tumulus

Q. The discovery of monsoon in the first century A. D. led to the growth of trade with

(a) Rome

(b) Arabia

(c) South – East Asia

(d) China

Q. Rouletted and Argentine wave found in India belonged to

(a) China

(b) Mesopotamia

(c) Rome

(d) South – East Asia

Q. Which of the following according to the perishes was the most important port on the western coast of India in the early centuries of the Christian era?

(a) Bergama

(b) Barabaricum

(c) Soupier

(d) Callen

Q. Which of the following regions accounts for discovery of the largest number of Roman gold coins?

(a) Wasters India

(b) Southern India

(c) Northern India

(d) North – Western India

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