For Govt jobs preparation Daily MCQ will be provided, most of the questions will be from the past question papers from UPSC, SSC IBPS, etc.

  1. The medieval Indian writer who refers to the discovery of America is
  • Malik Muhammad jayasi
  • Amir khusrau
  • Raskhan
  • Abdul fazl

ANSWER Abdul Fazl

2. The members of Shivaji’s Ashtapradhan who looked after foreign affairs was

  • Peshwa
  • Sachiv
  • Pandit Rao
  • Sumant


3. The loss of quandary was a big blow to the Mughal empire from the viewpoint of

  • Natural resources
  • Buffer territory
  • Communication
  • Strategic stronghold

ANSWER Strategic stronghold

4. Sultan of Delhi who is reputed to have built the biggest network of canals in India was

  • Iitutmish
  • Ghiyasuddin tughalq
  • Firoz shah tughlaq
  • Sikander lodi

ANSWER Firoz shah Tughlaq

5. One consistent feature found in the history of southern India was the growth of small regional kingdoms rather than large empires because of

  • Absence of minerals like iron
  • Too many divisions in the social structure
  • Absence of vast areas of fertile land
  • Scaricity of manpower

ANSWER Absence of vast areas of fertile land

6. The king was freed from his people and from their king. On whose death did Badauni comment this?

  • Balban
  • Ala-ud-din khaljii
  • Muhammad-bin-tughlaq
  • Firoz shah tughlaq

ANSWER Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq

7. Who among the following streamlined the Maratha administration after Sambhaji

  • Raja ram
  • Balaji Vishwanath
  • Ganga bai
  • Nanji Deshmukh

ANSWER Balaji Vishwanath

8. Which one of the following Muslim rulers were hailed as the Jagadguru by his Muslim subject because of his belief in secularism?

  • Hussain shah
  • Zain-ul-abidin
  • Ibrahim adil shah
  • Mahmud-II

ANSWER Ibrahim Adil shah

9. In which one of the following cities is the lingaraja temple located?

  • Bhubaneswar
  • Bijapur
  • Kolkata
  • Shravanabelagola


10. Mongols under Chengiz Khan invaded India during the reign of

  • Balban
  • Firoz tughlaq
  • IItutmish
  • Muhammad bin tughlaq




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