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90351. Who, amongst the following, was the last Mughal emperor to sit on the Peacock throne?





90352. Who, among the following introduced local self-government in India?





90353. The capital of the ancient Vrijian State was at?





90354. The invasion of Huns first took place during the rule of the?





90355. Which of the following is regarded as an-era of Brahmanic revival?





90356. Alexander invaded India after subduing'?





90357. All of the following rulers of the so-called Slave Dynasty were purchased as slaves in their early life, except?





90358. The Home Rule Movement in India was started by?





90359. The creation of the institution of organised 'Civil Services' in India was primarily the work of?





90360. The Battle of Kanauj on May 17, 1540 was between?





90361. The system of Dual Government during the latter half of the 18th.century A.D: is associated with the name of?





90362. All of the following Rajput rulers acknowledged the Mughal sway in the second half of 16th century, except the ruler of?





90363. Wholevied the tax known by the name of 'Chauth'?





90364. Who was the Governor-General of India when Sind was annexed to the British Empire?





90365. Who amongst the rulers of Southern India, were the contemporaries of kings of the Gupta empire?





90366. The process of construction employed in the case of the Mamallapuram Rathas appears to have been repeated subsequently on a much larger scale in the construction of?





90367. The story of the prowess and romance of Prithviraj Chauhan is recorded in the Prithviraj Raso, the great epic of Hindustan, written by?





90368. In which of the following features of architecture of ancient India "as taken for buildings constructed during the period of Sultanate of Delhi?





90369. Who was the famous Hindu king of Deccan whose fleet sailed across the Bay of Bengal with an army and brought under his way several overseas territories including Ceylon, the Nicobar islands, the parts of the Malay Peninsula and Archipelago?





90370. Which of the following is regarded as the 'principal cause of the downfall of the Mauryan empire?





90371. Railways were introduced inIndia when the Governor-General of India was?





90372. Who, amongst the following rulers, had the 'Chain of Justice' fastened up which could be shaken up by the humblest of his subjects to bring their grievances of his notice?





90373. Who initiated the Doctrine of Lapse?





90374. The Rajput States sacrificed their independence in the 19th century and accepted British paramountcy. Who was the Governor-General of India during this period?





90375. Shivaji's coronation took place at Raigarh in?





90376. Who were the first Europeans to start trade with India? I?





90377. Who, amongst the following Mughals, is regarded more as an adventurer than as a real ruler?





90378. Amongst the following, who contributed most to the Bhagavata cult?





90379. 'Boghazkoi' is important because?





90380. The only edict in which Ashoka refers to himself as the King of Magadha is?





90381. The Zabti system was conceived by?





90382. Zawabits were concerned with?





90383. The bone of contention between the Shah of Persia and the Mughals, was the control of?





90384. The Indus. Valley civilisation belongs to the?





90385. The characteristic red sandstone with beige spots was the medium of?





90386. In which script were the edicts of Ashoka inscribed?





90387. The territorial limits of the Mughal empire in India were the maximum during the reign of?





90388. The paintings on the walls and ceilings in the Ajanta Caves depict mainly the?





90389. Sir Thomas Roe was the accredited ambassador of the King of England to the Mughal Court. The King of England who sent him was?





90390. The Treaty of Sreerangapatnam was between Tipu Sultan and?





90391. Shivaji assumed the title of Chhatrapati in the year?





90392. The Saka era commenced in?





90393. Ahamed Shah Abdali; one of Nadir shah's ablest generals, fought the Third Battle of Panipat in 1761 and defeated the?





90394. The Gupta empire declined in the fifth century AD as a result of the invasion of?





90395. Whose government is famous for its elaborate municipal administation?





90396. Rig Veda is believed by historians to have been written when?





90397. Which of the following weapons of war are conspicuous by their absence in the archaeological finds of the Indus Valley Civilisation?





90398. Harshavardhana was defeated by?





90399. The early Vedic period was noted for?





90400. . Who, among the following, is famous for introducing price control?





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