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Medieval history

  1. The Mughal school of painting formed the spinal column of different schools of Indian miniature art. Which one of the following painting styles was not affected by MUGHAL painting?
  • Pahari
  • Rajasthani
  • Kangra
  • Kalighata

ANSWER Kalighata

2. Who among the following were famous jurists of medieval India?

  • Vijnanesvara
  • Hemadri
  • Rajashekhara
  • Jimutavahana

Select the correct answer using the code given below

  • 123
  • 234
  • 124
  • 1 and 4


3. Ashtapradhan was a council of ministers

  • In the Gupta administration
  • In the Chola administration
  • In the Vijayanagar administration
  • In the Maratha administration

ANSWER In the Maratha administration

4. The term Apabhramsa was used in medieval Sanskrit texts to denote

  • Outcastes among the Rajputs
  • Deviations from Vedic rituals
  • Early forms of some of the modern Indian language
  • Non-Sanskrit verse metres

ANSWER Early forms of some of the modern Indian language

5 Nastaliq was

  • A Persian script used in medieval India
  • A raga composed by Tansen
  • A cess Levied by the Mughal ruler
  • A manual of code of conduct for the ulemas

Answer A Persian script used in medieval India

6. the Sufi saint who maintained that devotional music was one way of coming close to god was

  • Muin-ud-din chisti
  • Baba farid
  • Saiyid muhammed gesudaraz
  • Shah alam bukhari

ANSWER Muin-ud-din chisti

7. Mughal painting reached its zenith under

  • Humayun
  • Akbar
  • Jahangir
  • Shahjahan


8. in medieval India, the Manasabdari system was introduced for

  • Making recruitment of army
  • Facilitating revenue collection
  • Ensuring religious harmony
  • Effecting clean administration

ANSWER Effecting clean administration

9. Prem Vatika poems on the life of Krishna were composed by

  • Bihari
  • Surdas
  • Raskhan
  • Kabir


10. After consolidating his power Balban assumed the grand title of

  • Tute-hind
  • Kaisr-I-Hind
  • Zil-I-ILLahi
  • Din-I-IIhai


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