General Studies: Important for Exam: Ancient Indian History MCQ Part 26

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Q. Which of the following was a term for tax in the Chula period?

(a) Ur

(b) Ugly

(c) Vary

(d) Idea

Q. Which of the following regions has revealed the pit dwellings of the Neolithic people?

(a) Kashmiri

(b) Bihar

(c) Rajasthan

(d) Orissa

Q. The term Udaan – Kitten in the Chula period referred to

(a) A body of administrative officers

(b) a group of villages

(c) Commercial taxes

(d) Agricultural taxes

Q. The term ‘Vela gal’ and ‘Ida Ngai’ in the context of Chula period referred to

(a) Religious texts

(b) Social castes

(c) Ranks of feudal lords

(d) Merchant guilds

Q. Who among the following were ruling in Bengal when the cola emperor Narendra carried his arms up to Ganga in North?

(a) Sean՚s

(b) Pales

(c) Pratihara

(d) Ganges

Q. Which of the following was not a unit of state administration under the imperial choler?

(a) Ur

(b) Cottar

(c) Tiana

(d) Mandala

Q. The term ″ manmigramam ′ during the choler period denoted?

(a) An association of merchants

(b) A group of village offices

(c) An association peasants

(d) An assembly of monks

Q. Who among the following said that the Indians were arrogant people who did prefer to share their knowledge with others?

(a) Megasthenes

(b) Heian Tsang

(c) Alberuni

(d) Marco polo

Q. The Brahadeeswara temple built by Raja at Tandoor is dedicated to

(a) Shiva

(b) Vishnu

(c) Krishna

(d) Dorgan

Q. Which of the following was an important part of the imperials choler՚s?

(a) Koran

(b) Muziris

(c) Pusher

(d) Nagapattinam

Q. The ‘Dravidic’ form of temple architecture became prominent during the regime of

(a) Pal lavas

(b) Chalukyas

(c) Poles

(d) Pratihara

Q. The port of Arikamedu where large number of Roman antiquities have been found is generally identified with

(a) Surat

(b) Pondicherry

(c) Visakhapatnam

(d) Chennai

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