Indian Kings and Queens Dynasties History Quiz:
Ques. The drama, composed by Harshavardhan
(d) Daskumar Chant
Ques. What was the capital of Shivaji’s Kingdom?
Ques. Who founded the Gupta empire?
Ques. Which of following ruling dynasty not been mentioned in the Sangam literature?
Ques. The last king of Maurya Dynastry was
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Ques. Examples of Vijayanagar art can be found at
Ques. Shivaji founded the Maratha kingdom by annexing the territories of
(c) Both Bijapur and Mughals
(d) Bijapur, Golcunda and the Mughals
Ques. Chanakya was known by the name—
(d) None of these
Ques. Shivaji crowned himself as King in the year
Ques. Who was the son of Chandragupta Maurya?
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Ques. Who came to India first during the reign of Harshavardhan?
(c) Lord Dathousie
Ques. Where was the capital of Pallavas?
Ques. The capital of Harsha’s empire was.
Ques. Who founded the Hindu Shahi dynasty of Punjab?
Ques. Which rulers built the cave-temples of Elephanta?
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Ques. The pillar of whose king is situated in Sarnath ?
(a) Samundra Gupta
(c) Maharana Pratap
Ques. The Maratha dominion of Shivaji was known as
(d) Maratha Rastra
Ques. The Jat king of Bharatpur who is known as the ‘Plato of the Jat tribe’ and the ‘Jat Ulysses’ was
(c) Badan Singh
(d) Suraj Mal
Ques. During his time of life in the Gupta empire, which of these is a famous play that the Gupta poet Kalidasa wrote?
Ques. Ashoka was related to:
(a) Haryak dynasty
(b) Mauryan dynasty
(c) Gupta dynasty
(d) None of these
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Ques. The last Hindu king who partly succeeded in establishing ‘Hindu Swaraj’ was
(a) Chhatrapati Shivaji
(b) Rana Pratap
(c) Chandragupta Maurya
(d) Rana Sanga
Ques. Shivaji started his public career at the age of
Ques. The main capital in Sarnath was under the suzerainty of
Ques. Where was the capital of Gandhara, one of the sixteen Mahajanpadas?
Ques. Porus was defeated by Alexander at the battle of
Ques. Who defeated the Marathas in the third battle of Panipat?
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Ques. The Brahmin minister of Shambhaji (Son and Successor of Shivaji) upon whom he invested the title of ‘Pinnacle of Poets’ was
(a) Kavindra Acharya
(b) Kavi Kalash
(c) Kavi Bhusan
(d) Kavi Martanda
Ques. Deimachus came to India during the reign of
(a) Chandragupta Maurya
Ques. Who was the son of Bindusara?
(d) Azaat Shatru
Ques. Name the capital of Pallavas.
Ques. During whose reign the Gandhara School of art developed?
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Ques. The poet Kalidas was contemporary of
(b) Chandragupta II
(c) Alexander the Great
Ques. First muslim invader who came to India in 712, was
(a) Mohammad Ghori
(c) Alauddin Ghori
(d) Mohammad Bin Kasim
Ques. The capital of Vijayanager empire. Hampi was situated on the bank of the river—
Ques. The last ruler of Bahmani Kingdom was
Ques. The Marathas were defeated in the Anglo-Maratha wars due to.
(a) Lack of capable leadership
(b) Military weaknesses
(c) Failure in estimating correctly the strength of the British
(d) All the above
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Ques. The ruins of the Vijayanagar empire exist In
Ques. Which pf the following Rajput Kings defeated Muhammad Gori first?
(b) Baghel Bhim
(c) Prithviraj III
Ques. In history the Chola rulers are famous for which type of administration?
(d) Village administration
Ques. When did Shivaji assume the title of Chatrapati ?
Ques. The famous Kalinga war was fought near
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Ques. The capital of the king of Punjab Ranjit Singh was
(d) Sri Nagar
Ques. Aurangzeb, in his attempt to annex Marwar to the Mughal empire, was involved in a 30-year war. During these long years the most valiant struggle from the aide of Marwar was fought by
(a) Ajit Singh
(c) Hadas of Bundi
(d) Indra Singh
Ques. Who, among the following is remembered to this day by the Rajputas as a model of chivalry and courage and is he hero of many folk ballads?
Ques. Ahilyabai was the queen of
Ques. The inscriptions of Asoka haven been found in the following languages:
(a) Magadhi, Sanskrit and Greek
(c) Magadhi, Sanskrit, Greek and Aramaic
(d) Magadhi and Greek