(i) He was a conqueror, a poet and a musician.
(ii) He was called Lichchhavi-dauhitra.
(iii) He imitated the coins of the Western Kshatrapas.
(iv) His performance of asvamedha was not mentioned in the Allahabad Pillar Inscription.Codes :
Answer: (i), (ii) and (iv)
Answer: Two representatives were to be elected for each ward
(a) Sun temple – Konark
(b) Minakshi temple – Madurai
(c) Padmanabhaswamy – Thiruvananthapuram
(d) Jagannath temple – Puri
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Answer:(a) and (d)
Answer: Arabic and Turkish languages
Answer: Shaikh Nur-al Din
Answer: Suhrawardi Silsilah
Answer: Imaduddin Raihan
Answer: Sanchi Honamma
(a) Shaikh Salim Chshti’s tomb – Fatehpur Sikri
(b) Asaf Khan’s tomb – Lahore
(c) Ataga Khan’s tomb – Delhi
(d) Akbar’s tomb – Sikandara
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Answer: (c), (a), (d), (b)
Answer: Akbar fixed a ratio of 40 dams to a rupee which became standard conversion for purposes of actual payments.
Answer: F. Pelsaart