Manikkavasagar’s verses in Tiruvasagam are famous for which of the following forms of Shiva ?
Vijnaneshwar the author of Mitakshara lived in which of the following places ?
Answer:Kalyani under the Chalukyas
About which of the “untouchable” saint is the legend that he was carried on the shoulders of Shrirangam priest to the temple ?
Which one of the following text on medicine is also known as the Bower manuscript ?
Which of the following inscriptions refers to the giving of collective tax by traders of Karnata, Lata, Madhyadesha and Takka ?
Answer:Udaipur inscription of 953 CE
Which of the following women saints was a follower of Virashaiva tradition ?
The weight of Gupta dinar (gold coin) of 124 grains would be :
Tengalai and Vadagalai subsects issued from which of the following ?
The writer of Advaya siddhi Lakshminkara was a spiritual teacher of which of the following schools ?
The Buddhist goddess Tara is elevated to the position of highest deity for the first time in which of the following texts ?
Which of the Lodi Sultans debarred women from visiting the graves of the saints or taking part in the processions taken out in their memory ?
In the fourteenth century, ingredients used in the pan (betel leaves) were :
Answer: Betel leaves, lime and nuts
Which sufi saint is known to have given up eating meat and identified himself with the local peasantry ?
Answer:Shaikh Hamid ud din Nagori
From the following point out name of the Sultan of Delhi Sultanate who used to play holi :
Answer: Muhammad-bin Tughlaq
Ibn Battuta, who came to India in the fourteenth century and recorded his travel experiences in his book popularly called Rehla, belonged to :