Complete Indian History One liners For All Competitive Exams(Part-09)


नमस्कार दोस्तों , Complete Indian Modern History में आपका स्वागत है प्राचीन सभ्यताओं से लेकर आधुनिक युग तक, यह व्यापक मार्गदर्शिका भारतीय इतिहास की समृद्ध टेपेस्ट्री को छोटे-छोटे टुकड़ों में समेटती है। Modern Indian History विभिन्न प्रतियोगी प्रवेश परीक्षा और Sarkari Exam की तैयारी के लिए एक बहुत ही महत्वपूर्ण हिस्सा है। इसके साथ, यूपीएससी आईएएस, बैंकिंग, एसएससी और अन्य सरकारी नौकरी की तैयारी करने वाले उम्मीदवार के लिए बहुत उपयोगी है और इस को 10 भाग में बाटा है प्रत्येक भाग में 50 प्रश्न है और ये प्रश्न One Liner Question है आपको शुरू से लेकर लास्ट तक जरूर स्टडी करिये!

Note – अगर आप हिंदी या इंग्लिश में पढ़ना चाहते है तो आपको Left Corner में भाषा का Option आ रहा होगा वहा से आप सेलेक्ट कर सकते है और अच्छे से तैयारी कर सकते है
If you want to study in Hindi or English, then you will have the option of language in the left corner, from there you can select and prepare well.

Indian History One Liners

401. Who had defeated Harshvardhan – Pulakeshin II

402. Where was the initial capital of Harshavardhana- Thaneshwar

403. Four ‘Maths’ were established at Sringeri, Badrinath, Dwarka and Puri – by Adi Shankara

404. Arabs were defeated in 738 AD – Pratiharas

405. Who built the Sun Temple of Konark – Narasimhadeva I

406. ……….. became the capital during the time of Tomar Rajputs- Delhi

407. Sultan Mahmud was the ruler of- Ghazni

408. In which war was Prithviraj Chauhan defeated by Muhammad Ghori – Tarain, in 1192 AD

409. Which famous ruler had completed Qutub Minar – Iltutmish

410. Who was the first Sultan of Delhi to issue regular currency and declare Delhi as the capital of his empire – Iltutmish

411. Who is credited with the destruction of Chihalgani, a group of powerful nobles – Balban

412. Who was the first Delhi Sultan to dissolve the power of Turkish feudals known as Chihalgani or Forty- Balban

413. Who was the first woman ruler of India – Razia Sultan

414. Khilji Sultan of Delhi was- Turk.

415. The largest permanent army of the Sultanate dynasty, which was directly paid by the state, was formed- Alauddin Khilji

416. Market Regulation System was introduced – by Alauddin Khilji

417. Whom India Parrot Goes- Amir Khusro

418. For what reason Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq was a failed man – because he was not a practical politician.

419. Who started the symbol money of leather in India – Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq

420. Who was the Delhi Sultan to impose jizya on Brahmo- Ferozeshah Tughlaq

421. Where did the traveler Ibn Batuta come from – Morocco

422. Qutub Minar as we see it today was finally rebuilt – by Firoz Tughlaq

423. Sultans of which dynasty ruled for the longest time – Tughlaq dynasty

424. Which dynasty comes under the rule of Tughlaq dynasty in India- Syed dynasty

425. When did the reign of Delhi Sultanate end – 1526 AD

426. Which art progressed the most during the Sultanate period – Architecture

427. Shivaji’s contemporary Maratha saint’s name was- Sant Tukaram

428. The rulers of Vijayanagar encouraged – Tamil, Telugu, and Sanskrit.

429. In 1420 AD, the name of the traveler in Italy who came to the Vijayanagara Empire was- Niccolo de Conti

430. Which book was written by Krishna Dev Rai – Amukt Malyad

431. The medieval city of Vijayanagar is nowadays called- Hampi

432. When was the famous battle of Talikota in- 1565 AD

433. Who among the Bahman rulers built the famous Gol Gumbaz at Bijapur – Muhammad Adilshah

434. Bijapur is famous for what – Gol Gumbaz

435. Who built the Victory Pillar in Chittorgarh – Rana Kumbha

436. The famous Kohinoor diamond was extracted from the Kis Khan- Golconda

437. In which year was the first battle of Panipat fought – 1526

438. In which language did Babar write his memoirs titled Tujuk-e-Babri – Turkish

439. The Rajput king who was defeated by Babur in the Battle of Khanwa was- Rana Sanga

440. Who built ‘Purana Quila’ in Delhi- Sher Shah suri

441. In which fight Humayun had to flee India after the defeat- Kannau

442. Who built Humayun’s tomb in Delhi- Haji Begu

443. Under whom did the meritorious revenue officer Todermal serve – Sher Shah

444. What was the age of Akbar at the time of the coronation in Kalanaur – thirteen years

445. Who did the Persian translation of Mahabharata- Badauni

446. Who wrote the story on Akbar’s life- Abul Fazl

447. The original purpose of making Di-e-Elahi was- Vishwabandhuva

448. Who started the mansabdari system- Akbar

449. Who built Fatehpur Sikri – Akbar 450. Where did Akbar conduct his religious deliberations – Ibadat Khana


In conclusion, “Complete Indian History One Liners” is a valuable for anyone preparing for competitive exams. This compilation offers a concise and comprehensive overview of Indian history, covering ancient civilizations, significant events, and key figures.

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By harnessing the power of these succinct one-liners, you can confidently approach your exams and demonstrate a deep understanding of Indian history. Empower yourself with knowledge and conquer the challenges ahead with “Complete Indian History One Liners!”

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