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Q1. Which one of the following was not constructed by Qutubuddin Aibak ?

A. Kubbat-ul-Islam mosque

B. Qutub Minar

C. Adhai Din Ka Jhopada

D. Alai Darwaja

Q2. The city of Jaunpur was founded by –

A. Mohmmad Bin Tughlaq

B. Firoz Shah Tughlaq

C. Ibrahim Lodi

D. Sikandar Lodi

Q3. Which Sultan of Delhi assumed the title of Alexander the Great ?

A. Balban

B. Alauddin Khilji

C. Muhammad Bin Tughlaq

D. Sikandar Lodi

Q4. Which Sultan of Delhi is said to have followed the Policy of “Blood and Iron” ?

A. Jalaluddin Khilji

B. Alauddin Khilji

C. Balban

D. Iltutmish

Q5. Who of the following was the first woman ruler of medieval India ?

A. Razia Sultan

B. Chand Bibi

C. Durgavati

D. Noor-Jahan

Q6. Kimono is a dress style of which Asian country ?

A. Korea

B. China

C. Laos

D. Japan

Q7. The tomb of Lord Cornwallis is situated at –

A. Ghazipur

B. Gorakhpur

C. Varanasi

D. Ballia

Q8.Who among the following was founded the Asiatic Society of Bengal ?

A. J. A. Hickey

B. Max Muller

C. Willkins

D. William Jones

Q9. Which Governor General had abolished slavery in India ?

A. Lord Cornwallis

B. Lord Wellesley

C. Lord William Bentinck

D. Lord Ellenborough

Q10. Who was the founder of Seva Sadan in Bombay ?

A. Shiva Narayan Agnihotri

B. Baharamji Malabari

C. R.G. Bhandarkar

D. B.K. Jayakar

Q11. In which of the following places, Hindu Mahasabha was for the first time organised in 1915 ?

A. Haridwar

B. Varanasi

C. Allahabad

D. None of these

Q12. Who produced for the first time statistical estimate of average per capita income of India ?

A. Dadabhai Naoroji

B. Ramesh Chandra Dutta

C. Gopal Krishna Gokhale

D. Firozshah Mehta

Q13. Who called Bal Gangadhar Tilak “The Father of Indian Unrest” ?

A. Lord Curzon

B. Vincent Smith

C. Valentine Chirol

D. Henry Cotton

Q14. Rahnumai Mazdyasan Sabha is associated with –

A. Sikhs

B. Parsis

C. Sindhis

D. Muslims

Q15. In which of the following years, the Vernacular Press Act was Passed ?

A. 1875

B. 1878

C. 1882

D. 1884

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  1. Ans.(D)
  2. Ans.(B)
  3. Ans.(B)
  4. Ans.(C)
  5. Ans.(A)
  6. Ans.(D)
  7.  Ans.(A)
  8. Ans.(D)
  9. Ans.(D)
  10. Ans.(B)
  11. Ans.(A)
  12. Ans.(A)
  13. Ans.(C)
  14. Ans.(B)
  15. Ans.(B)

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