History Miscellaneous One liner Questions and Answers

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1 .Lord Ripon was appointed the Viceroy of India in ____. During his rule the Vernacular Press Act of 1882 was repealed.
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2 .The Indian state, meaning “Abode of Clouds”, which was created as an autonomous State within the State of Assam on 2 April 1970 and came in to existence as a full-fledged state in 1972 is _________
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3 .After Aurangzeb’s death in 1707, Shahuji, son of ____ was released by Azam Shah, the next Mughal emperor, under conditions that rendered him a vassal of the Mughal emperor but his mother was still held captive to ensure good behaviour from Shahuji.
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4 .The province of Burma in the eastern region of the Indian Empire became a separate colony in ____, and gained independence in 1948.
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5 .In 1893 in the All Religion Conference at ____, Swami Vivekananda impressed everyone, and started a Vedanta Samaj there.
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6 .Babur defeated a formidable army raised by Rana Sanga of Mewar in a ten hour battle and firmly established his rule over northern India. Babur’s grandson Akbar the Great established the city and fort of _____.
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7 .In 1935, the Government of India Act was passed in the British Parliament which created an All-Indian Federation based on ____ autonomy.
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8 .Who chaired the Royal Commission on Labour in India, which reported in 1931?
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9 .The period between the 3rd century and 6th century A.D. is known as the Golden Age of India because of the large achievements in the fields of science, technology, art, literature, logic, astronomy, and philosophy during the ___ Empire.
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10 .The title of Viceroy was abandoned when India and Pakistan gained their independence in 1947, but the office of Governor-General continued to exist in both new dominions until they adopted republican constitutions in 1950 and __ respectively.
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11 .In 1757, at the Battle of Plassey, Robert Clive, an employee of the British East India Company, defeated the Nawab of Bengal, and established their political sovereignty in India. Who was the Nawab of Bengal?
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12 .In the fourth separate Buddhist council held in Sri Lanka in the first century B.C., the ____ Pali Canon was for the first time committed to writing, on palm leaves.
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13 .One of the most important descriptions of the city of Vijayanagara in the fifteenth century comes from Abdur Razzaq Samarqandi, a diplomat who came visiting from ____.
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14 .Brihadrata, the last Mauryan ruler, was assassinated in 185 BC during a military parade, by the commander-in-chief of his guard, the Brahmin general Pusyamitra, who then took over the throne and established the ____ dynasty.
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15 .The world renowned Gomateshwara monolith at Saravanabelogala was installed in the medieval period of Indian history by a Ganga minister. Who was he?
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