General Studies: Important for Exam: Indian History MCQ Part 14

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Q. Harsher was defeated by:

(a) Susanna

(b) King of Valabhai

(c) Bhaskaravarman

(d) Pulakesin II

Q. Harsher was the last great royal patron of:

(a) Jainism

(b) Buddhism

(c) Saiuism

(d) Bhagavatism

Q. After the death of Harsher, a tripartite struggle ensued between the three contemporary powers for the supremacy of Kannauj, which of the following was not a party in the struggle?

(a) German Pratihara

(b) Rashtrakuta

(c) Palmas

(d) Paramasras

Q. From the beginning of the 9th till the early 11th century, Kannauj was ruled by:

(a) Guar Pratihara

(b) Gahadvala

(c) Palmas

(d) Rashtrakuta

Q. Match the ruling dynasties of the 11th 12th centuries with their respective territories:

Match the Ruling Dynasties of the 11th 12th Centuries with Their Respective Territories
Match the ruling dynasties of the 11th 12th centuries with their respective territories

List – I

List – II

A. Gahadvala

1. Bundelkhand

B. Chandela

2. Kannauj

C. Palmas

3. Ajmer

D. Chahamanas (Chauhan’s)

4. Malla

E. Par Amaras

5. Bengal and Bihar

(a) 1 2 3 4 5

(b) 2 1 5 3 4

(c) 2 1 3 4 5

(d) 3 4 2 1 5

Q. Match the capitals of the following ruling dynasties of early medieval India.

Match the Capitals of the Following Ruling Dynasties of Early Medieval India
Match the capitals of the following ruling dynasties of early medieval India

List – I

List – II

A. Par Amaras

1. Ajmer

B. Chandela

2. Dharma

C. Chalukyas

3. Mahotsavanagar

D. Chahamanas of Sakambhari

4. Mahotsavanagar

E. Kalachakra’s

5. Khajuraho

(a) 1 2 3 4 5

(b) 2 5 1 3 4

(c) 2 4 3 1 5

(d) 3 2 1 4 5

Q. One of the founder kings of a ruling dynasty of North India elected by the people was:

(a) Chandra deva of the Gahadvala Dynasty

(b) Gopal of the Pala dynasty

(c) Ajayaraj of the Chudamani dynasty

(d) Juju or juju of the Chandela dynasty

Q. Two great Buddhist Universities of Nalanda and Vikramashila were patronized by the:

(a) Palmas

(b) Par Amaras

(c) Chandela

(d) All the above

Q. The Chudamani (or Chauhan) king who founded the court of Ajmer and made it his capital, was:

(a) Ajayasraj

(b) Vigraharan IV

(c) Vigraharaj III

(d) Prithviraj III

Q. Three most important cities associated with the Chandela were:

(a) Khajuraho, Mahopac (or Mahotsavanagar) and Kalinga

(b) Dharma, Kalinga and Chhatarpur

(c) Tripura, Kalinga and Khajuraho

(d) Mahopac, Banda and Chhatarpur

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