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162201. 'Ayurveda' has its origin in?

162202. Who wrote 'Kiratarjuniyam'?

162203. The author of 'Sivaje-Chinthamani, considered to be a Tamil epic was a?

162204. Who worte "Kiratarjuniyam"?

162205. Who was the author of Amuktamalyada?

162206. One of the founder kings of a ruling dynasty of North India elected by the people was?

162207. Two great Buddhist universities of Nalanda and Vikramshila were patronised by the?

162208. The Chahamana (or Chauhan) king who founded the city of Ajmer and made it his capital was?

162209. Three most important cities associated with the Chandelas were?

162210. The temples of Khajuraho built by Chandela kings in the 11th century are?

162211. Kalhana's Rajatarangini is a work on the history of?

162212. The single most important factor responsible for the transformation of Ancient Indian society into medieval society was the?

162213. India's earliest contact with Islam was established through?

162214. Of the four main Chalukya dynasties of early medieval India Pulkesin II, who defeated Harsha, belonged to Chalukya dynasty of?

162215. Most of the rock-cut caves, chaityas , monasteries, temples, etc. at Ajanta and Ellora were built during the period of?

162216. The capital of the Pallavas was?

162217. The foundation of the Dravidian style of architecture in South India was laid by?

162218. The Pallava king responsible for carving the Rathas of Mahaballpuram was?

162219. The Cholas were the only known rulers in the history of India to have undertaken successful overseas naval expeditions. Who of the following Chola rulers successfully invaded Laccadives, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Sumatra?

162220. The Chola king, who after successfully raiding Bengal took the title of Gangaikonda and also founded a new capital (Gangaikonda Cholapuram) was?

162221. The chief feature (s) of the Chola architecture was/were?

162222. The masterpiece of Chola sculpture is the famous Nataraja or the Dancing Shiva image at?

162223. A contemporary rival dynasty of the Cholas in South India was?

162224. After the decline of the Chalukya kingdom of Kalyani at the close of the 12th and of the Chola kingdom at the beginning of the 13th century, the new kingdoms which arose in South India were?

162225. The first one, among the following, to deal with music was?

162226. The name of the Indian Astronomer (who knew five astronomical systems) , who lived in the 6th century was?

162227. Banabhatta, a great scholar, lived during the reign of?

162228. Which Avtar of Vishnu tricked Mahabali and claimed earth and heaven from him?

162229. The official language of the Mauryan Court was?

162230. Todarmal is associated with the revenue system known as?

162231. The original name of Tansen, the greatest musician of the court of Akbar, was?

162232. Of the so-called 'Nine Gems of the Court of Akbar' the one who was a reputed poet of Hindi, was?

162233. The greatest historian of the reign of Akbar, who wrote Akbarnama and Ain-i-Akbari, was?

162234. Akbar granted the present site of Amritsar to the Sikh Guru?

162235. Mansabdari System was founded by Akbar. The Mansabdars were?

162236. The most important poet at the court of Mahmud of Ghazni, who wrote Shahnama and is regarded as the "Immortal Homer of the East" was?

162237. During the course of his numerous invasions, Muhammad Ghori (Before his conquest in the Second Battle of Tarain) was defeated by?

162238. Muhammad Ghori laid the foundation of the Turkish Empire in India by defeating?

162239. It is said that Muhammad-bin-Bakhtiyar Khalji, one of the commanders of Muhammad Ghuri, conquered Nadia (one of the capitals of Bengal) with only 18 horsemen. The king of Bengal who then fled barefoot from his palace was?

162240. The Buddhist universities of Nalanda and Vikramshila in Bihar were destroyed during the invasions of?

162241. The real founder of the Sultanate of Delhi and its first dynasty was?

162242. From the point of view of the Turkish rule, the most important contribution of IItutmish was?

162243. Haziya (the daughter of IItutmish) the only woman ruler in the history of Medieval India ascended the throne with the support of?

162244. The first medieval ruler to propound the divine theory of Kingship was?

162245. The firat Sultan of Delhi to cross the Narmada and move to the south was?

162246. The only known ruler in the history of India to have fixed the prices of different commodities, rigidly enforced quality control and ensured easy availability of essential commodities was?

162247. Alauddin Khalji rigidly enforced 'market control' or economic regulations for?

162248. Muhammad-bin Tughluq transferred his capital from Delhi to Devagiri (which he named Daulatabad) because?

162249. The Sultan who completed the conquest of the South and broke the political barriers between the North and the South was?

162250. The famous Moorish (from Morocco) traveller Ibn Batuta, who visited India recorded his experiences in a book entitled Safarnama or Rehla, was appointed Qazi of Delhi by Sultan?

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