(Q) When Alexander the great invaded India, the dynasty which was ruling over entire north India was :
A. Gupta Dynasty
B. Maurya Dynasty
C. Sakya Dynasty
D. Nanda Dynasty
(Q) Khan Abdul Ghaffar was the founder of:
A. Samaj Khidmatgar Organisation
B. Khudai Khidmatgar Organisation
C. Dharm Khidmatgar Organisation
D. Islam Khidmatgar Organisation
(Q) The fundamental principles of Buddha’s teachings are represented by the four Nobel Truths viz. :
A. Dukkha, Dukkha Samuddaya, Dukkha Nirodha and Dukkha Nirodh-Gamini-Pratipada.
B. Sukhkkha, Dukkha Samuddaya, Dukkha Nirodha and Dukkha Nirodh-Gamini-Pratipada.
C. Suukkha, Sukkha Samuddaya, Dukkha Nirodha and Dukkha Nirodh-Gamini-Pratipada.
D. None of Above
(Q) Which period is referred as the Classical Age or Golden Age of Ancient India?
A. Gupta Period
B. Maurya Period
C. Satwahan Period
D. Sakya Period
(Q) The major towns namely Fatehabad, Hissar, Firozpur, Jaunpur and Firozabad were founded by :
A. Firoz Shah Tughlaq
B. Raziyat ud din Sultana
C. Qutbuddin Aibak
D. Aram Shah
(Q) The Second Anglo- Maysore War took place between :
A. 1780-84 A.D.
B. 1680-84 A.D.
C. 1580-84 A.D.
D. 1880-84 A.D.
(Q) The rise of two independent states in the South namely The Vijyanagar (A. D. 1336) and Bahamani (A. D. 1347) witnessed by:
A. Firoz Shah Tughluq
B. Qutbuddin Aibak
C. Muhammad Bin Tughlaq
D. Raziyat ud din Sultana
(Q) Which of the following places is famous for embroidery or chikankari?
(Q) Which from the following is a ‘classical dance’ form?