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Indian Culture and Arts MCQ Question Answers – Part 3

(Q) Sonepur, the venue of one of the largest cattle fairs is located in which of the following states?

A. Bihar
B. Uttarakand
C. Rajasthan
D. Assam

A. Bihar

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(Q) The paintings in the Ajanta and Ellora caves are indicative of the development of art under the

A. Pallavas
B. Chalukyas
C. Pandyas
D. Rashtrakutas

B. Chalukyas

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(Q) The two popular assemblies which seem to have formed an essential feature of the government during the Age of Rig Veda are:

A. Arayans and Kalash
B. Sabha and Samiti
C. Kul and Kalash
D. Arayans and Samiti

B. Sabha and Samiti

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(Q) Which of the following places is famous for Chikankari work, which is a traditional art of embroidery?

A. Lucknow
B. Hyderabad
C. Jaipur
D. Mysore

A. Lucknow

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(Q) Which of the following folk dance forms is associated with Gujarat?

A. Nautanki
B. Garba
C. Kathakali
D. Bhangra

B. Garba

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(Q) In 1492, the Spanish navigator who set out on his voyage to discover India but instead landed on the soil of America was :

A. Christopher Columbus
B. Vasco Da Gama
C. James Cook
D. None of Above

A. Christopher Columbus

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(Q) Dhamma which Ashoka the Great tried to instill as the governing principle and enforced in every sphere of life was :

A. A code for Economic and Judiciary
B. A code for moral and virtuous life
C. A code for religious reforms
D. None of Above

B. A code for moral and virtuous life

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(Q) Akbar the great Mughal Emperor proclaimed a new religion Din-e-Ilahi in:

A. 1583
B. 1565
C. 1575
D. 1581

D. 1581

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(Q) Khajuraho temples were built by:

A. The Panchalas
B. The Chandellas
C. The Haryanks
D. Nandas

B. The Chandellas

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