Among the following Sikh Gurus, identify the Guru who erected lofty buildings at Amritsar, wore fine clothes, kept fine horses and maintained retainers :
Which of the following is not the feature of the Tughlaq architecture ?
Answer: The Tughlaq buildings have maximum decoration.
Tobacco came to north India towards the end of Akbar’s reign. Soon, within twenty years, use of tobacco became widespread. Several tobacco shops opened. Seeing its harmful effect, the Emperor prohibited the sell of tobacco. Identify the Emperor from the following who banned the sell of tobacco :
Title ‘Mirza’ signifies the status of a noble as a family member of the Mughal ruling family. Title of ‘Mirza Raja’ was awarded to :
The following couplet shows the socio-religious cultural outlook of a Rajput noble : ‘We are different but united as one, Learn from eyes, as two eyes are separate, Yet do not see separately,’ Identify the Rajput noble who knew Persian and wrote this couplet :
Answer:Rai Manohar Shaikhawat
Raag Darpan was written by :
Name the European traveller who introduced and showed through experiment the theory of ‘blood circulation’ in India during second half of the seventeenth century :
Which of the following groups strongly advocated women’s rights and demanded education for them ?
At which place in the year 1800 Christian missionaries established a printing press ?
Who amongst the following activists of the 1857 mutiny in North India was a native of Madras ?
In which year the Indian Association for the cultivation of science was established ?
In which year Bankim Chandra Chatterji’s historical novel “Durgesh Nandini” was published ?
Select the correct pair from the following :
Answer:Lakshminath Bezbarua - Assamese
Who among the following wrote that, ‘the early congress leaders hoped to use Hume as a lightning conductor’ ?
The Indian Official Secrets Act was passed in 1904 :
Answer: For restricting the freedom of the press.