Which of the following persons are correctly matched with the Movements/Organisations?
1. Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh:Madhav Sadashivrao Golwalkar
2. SHIROMANI AKALI DAL: Master Tara Singh
3. The Communist Party of India: M. N Roy
Select the correct answer using the codes given below:
- The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’National Volunteer Organisation’)is an Indian right-wing,Hindu nationalist, paramilitary volunteer organisation.
- RSS was founded in 1925 by Keshav Baliram Hedgewar, a doctor in the city of Nagpur, British India.
- As of 2014, it has a membership of 5–6 million.
- Madhav Sadashivrao Golwalkar(19 February 1906 – 5 June 1973), popularly known as Gurujiwas the second Sarsanghchalak of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
- Akali Dal was formed on 14 December 1920 as a task force of the Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee, the Sikh religious body.
- Sardar Sarmukh Singh Chubbal was the first president of a unified proper Akali Dal, but it became popular under Master Tara Singh.
- The Communist Party of India(CPI) is the oldest communist partyin India and one of the eight national parties in the country.
- The CPI was founded in Cawnpore(present day Kanpur) on 26 December 1925. S.V. Ghate was the first General Secretary of CPI.
- Manabendra Nath Roy(born Narendra Nath Bhattacharya better known as M. N. Roy; 21 March 1887 – 25 January 1954) was an Indian marxist revolutionary, radical activist and political theorist, as well as a noted philosopher in the 20th century. Roy was the founder of the Mexican Communist Party and the Communist Party of India (Tashkent group).
Who is bieng Talked About here in the below given passage:-He began the construction of Shaniwar Wada in 1730. It was completed in 1732, beginning the era of Peshwa control of the city. Options are :-
Baji Rao was born into a Bhat Familyin Sinnar, near Nashik. His father was Balaji Vishwanath, the Peshwaof Shahu I .
He led Marathas in more than 40 battles & never lost any.
Indentify the Correct Chronological Sequence in these dynasties ruled over Magadh?
Select the correct answer using the codes given below:
Shishunaga Dynasty: 413 BCE–345 BCE
The Sunga dynasty: 185 BC- 75 BC
The Kanva dynasty: 75 BC- 30 BC
Consider These Statements Regarding Brihadeeshwara Temple Of Thanjavur
1. It is a Hindu Dravidian styled temple.
2. It is dedicated to the god Shiva.
3. Built by Chola emperor Rajendra chola between 1003 and 1010 CE.
4. the temple is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the "Great Living Chola Temples“.
Choose the correct option.
- It is also called Rajarajeswaram, is a HinduDravidian styledtemple dedicated to the god Shiva located in South bank of Cauvery river in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India.
- Built by Chola emperor Rajaraja I between 1003 and 1010 CE, the temple is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the “Great Living Chola Temples“.
Which of these following theories and Personalities from Modern History of India are correctly matched?
1. Free Hindustan: Syamji Krishna Verma
2. Indian sociologist: Taraknath Das
3. Talwar: virendranath Chattopadhay
Choose the Correct code
|Indian Sociologist||London||Syamji Krishna Verma|
|Free Hindustan||Vancouver||Taraknath Das|
Identify which ruler is bieng talked about From Medieval History of India? He ordered minting of coins from base metals with face value of silver coins - a decision that failed because ordinary people minted counterfeit coins from base metal they had in their houses and used them to pay taxes and jizya. Choose the Correct code
- Muhammad bin Tughlaq was an intellectual, with extensive knowledge of the Quran, Fiqh, poetry and other fields.
- He was also deeply suspicious of his kinsmen and wazirs (ministers), extremely severe with his opponents, and took decisions that caused economic upheaval. – he ordered minting of coins from base metals with face value of silver coins – a decision that failed because ordinary people minted counterfeit coins from base metal they had in their houses and used them to pay taxes and jizya.
Who is referred to as “he” in Context of History of India.
The Mughal historian Al-Badayunicalled Sanga as the bravest of all Rajputs along with Prithviraj Chauhan.
According to legends, he had fought a 100 battles and lost only once. In various struggle he lost his wrist and was crippled in leg.
Options are :-
- Sangram Singh I, popularly known as Rana Sangaor Maharana Sanga, was an Indian ruler from the Sisodia dynasty.
- He ruled Mewar, the traditional territory of Guhilas (Sisodias) in present-day north-western India. However, through his capable rule his kingdom turned into one of the greatest power of Northern Indiain early sixteenth century.
- He controlled parts of present-day Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh with capital at Chittor.
Identify the Correct Chronological Sequence of these events From Modern History of India.
1. IST Indian council Act
2. Annexation of Baghat under Doctrine of Lapse
3. Enactment of Dramatic Performances Act.
4. Formation of HRA
Choose the correct option:
- IST Indian council Act—1861
- Annexation of Baghat under Doctrine of Lapse–1850
- Enactment of Dramatic Performances Act.–1876
- Formation of HRA–1925
Identify who is bieng talked about here in context of Indian history
He was an 8th-century scholar of India noted for his plays and poetry, written in Sanskrit. His plays are considered the equal of the works of Kalidasa.
He is believed to have been the court poet of king Yashovarman of Kannauj.
- Bhavabhūti was an 8th-century scholar of India noted for his plays and poetry, written in Sanskrit.
- His plays are considered the equal of the works of Kalidasa. Bhavabhuti was born in Padmapura, Vidarbha, in Gondia district, on Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh border.
- He is described as an ‘Udumbara Brahmin’.
- His real name was Srikantha Nilakantha.
- He is believed to have been the court poet of king Yashovarman of Kannauj.
- Kalhana, the 12th-century historian, places him in the entourage of the king, who was defeated by Lalitaditya Muktapida, king of Kashmir, in 736 AD.
- Mahaviracharita (The story of the highly courageous one), depicting the early life of Rama
- Malatimadhava a play based on the romance of Malati and Madhava
- Uttararamacarita (The story of Rama’s later life), depicts Rama’s coronation, the abandonment of Sita, and their reunion
He wrote Devichandraguptam His period is not certain but he probably flourished in or after the 6th century CE. Who is being talked about here?
- Vishakhadatta was an Indian Sanskrit poet and playwright. Although Vishakhadatta furnishes the names of his father and grandfather as MaharajaBhaskaradatta and Maharaja Vateshvaradatta in his political drama Mudrārākṣasa, we know little else about him.
- Only two of his plays, the Mudrārākṣasaand the Devichandraguptaare known to us.
- His period is not certain but he probably flourished in or after the 6th century CE