1:   M. K.Gandhi was regarded by lot of other names by lot of peoples in India.What is the name given to him by a non-Indian in the modern age?
Options:
  1. Malang Fakir
  2. Half naked Saint
  3. Rastrapita
  4. Nanga Fakir

Answer: Option 2

Explanation:

All the above names are given by various people. Even Mahatma(Saint) was given by R.N.Tagore in 1917. Both Malang Fakir & Nanga Fakir was given by Kabailis in 1930 & Rastrapita was given by Netaji S.C.Bose in 1944. But Half naked Saint was given by Franq Mores in 1931. Discuss this in Forums

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2:   In which session of the Congress, it got split into moderates and extremists?
Options:
  1. Surat
  2. Ahmedabad
  3. Lucknow
  4. Madras

Answer: Option 1

Explanation:

Mahatma Gandhi was a preacher of non-violence. Though he opposed the policies made by the British Government wanted a independent India but in a moderate way. So, in the Congress, he got opposed by the thinking of Bhagat Singh,V.D. Savarkar & Netaji,etc. because they wanted to retaliate the attack of the British Government. This, difference of opinion led to the split into moderates and extremists in the Surat session of the Congress. Discuss this in Forums

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3:   Which Indian states were annexed by The annexation policy of Doctrine of Lapse, by the British Government?
Options:
  1. Mysore, Satara and Bhavnagar
  2. Jhansi, Satara and Mysore
  3. Jhansi, Nagpur and Travancore
  4. Jhansi, Nagpur and Satara

Answer: Option 4

Explanation:

It was another very clever,cunning & heinous ploy by the British to capture the state like applying Subsidiary Alliance. The British Government, on the pretext of maladministration, applied the annexation policy of Doctrine of Lapse & annexed the above 3 states. Discuss this in Forums

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4:   which Indian national leader, in Indian Legislature, first attacked The Salt Tax imposed by the British Government?
Options:
  1. G. K. Gokhale
  2. Mahatma Gandhi
  3. Dadabhai Naoroji
  4. Pherozeshah Mehta

Answer: Option 1

Explanation:

Mahatma Gandhi regarded G. K. Gokhale as his Political Guru. So Gandhi supported him when he first attacked The Salt Tax imposed by the British Government in Indian Legislature, which later became Salt Satyagraha - Where Mahatma Gandhi started The historic Dandi March in march 12,1930. Discuss this in Forums

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5:   Who repealed the Vernacular Press Act of 1878?
Options:
  1. Lord Ripon
  2. Lord Minto
  3. Lord Curzon
  4. Lord Lytton

Answer: Option 1

Explanation:

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6:   In 1857, which person were unable to capture by the British in the first Indian war of independence?
Options:
  1. Bahadur Shah II
  2. Mangal Pandey
  3. Nana Sahib
  4. Tantia Tope

Answer: Option 3

Explanation:

All four took active part in the first Indian war of independence, & were killed or captured by the British but Nana Sahib, the adopted son of Peshwa Baji Rao II, could not be captured by the British. Discuss this in Forums

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7:   What is the significance of the 'Vimana' during the Chola rule in Medieval Period?
Options:
  1. Tall pyramidal tower
  2. Style of Architecture
  3. Famous pyramidal Structure
  4. Tall pyramidal Temple

Answer: Option 1

Explanation:

The significance of the 'Vimana' is it imparts an extraordinary dignity to the shrine till now. It was built during the Chola rule in Medieval Period during 850 - 1279 AD Discuss this in Forums

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8:   Who is also known as Mitra in Vedic Culture?
Options:
  1. Terrestrial God
  2. God of Light
  3. Intermediate God
  4. A solar God

Answer: Option 4

Explanation:

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9:   Who was the leader of Kol Movement in the modern age?
Options:
  1. Dharni Nayak
  2. Ratna Nayak
  3. Buddhu Bhagat
  4. Sambhuden

Answer: Option 3

Explanation:

Kol Movement was a tribal revolt by the Kol tribe due to Land transfer to outsider in 1829 in the modern age. Buddhu Bhagat was the leader of this tribal revolt. Discuss this in Forums

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10:   who declared the practice of Sati illegal by the British Government? 45
Options:
  1. Lord Ripon
  2. Lord Cornwallis
  3. Lord William Bentinck
  4. Raja Ram Mohan Roy

Answer: Option 3

Explanation:

Raja Ram Mohan Roy,social reformer of pre-independent India, started social reforms like abolition of sati, but during Lord William Bentinck, who understood the malpractice of the above social stigma, declared the practice of Sati illegal by the British Government. Discuss this in Forums

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