Complete Indian History One liners For All Competitive Exams(Part-10)


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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
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Indian History One Liners

451. Who was his regent in the early days of Akbar- Bairam Khan

452. Which ruler had abolished Jiziya tax- Akbar

453. Who was the famous revenue minister of Akbar – Todarmal

454. What was the original name of the most famous musician Tansen in the court of Akbar- Ramtanu Pandey

455. Tulsidas wrote Ramcharitmanas under whose reign- Akbar

456. Nur Jahan was the wife of which Mughal ruler- Jahangir

457. Painting during which reign reached its highest level – Jahangir

458. Which Mughal emperor prohibited the use of tobacco – Jahangir

459. Which Mughal emperor moved the Mughal capital from Agra to Delhi – Shah Jahan

460. The world famous ‘Takht-e-Taus’ was kept in which Mughal building – in the mad man of the Red Fort of Delhi

461. ……… was imprisoned by Aurangzeb for the rest of his life- Shah Jahan

462. Which Mughal emperor is known as “Zinda Pir”- Aurangzeb

463. The court language of the Mughal rulers was- Persian

464. Where is Bibi Ka Maqbara located in India – in Aurangabad

465. In which century Delhi’s Jama Masjid was built – 17th

466. A rupee coin was minted during the reign of Kiss- Sher Shah Suri

467. Where did Sher Shah die – in Kalinjar

468. Who was the Guru of Shivaji- Ramdas

469. Who was sent by Aurangzeb to defeat Chhatrapati Shivaji – Raja Jassingh

470. How many times did Shivaji loot Surat- twice

471. Shivaji was crowned in – 1674 AD.

472. From which European power did Shivaji obtain ammunition and ammunition – bought from the French, Portuguese and British.

473. Who was famous as Nana Saheb – Balaji Bajirao

474. Who was the ruler of Delhi at the time when Ahmad Shah Abdali defeated the Marathas in the third battle of Panipat in 1761 – Shah Alam II

475. Peshwa Prathava was completed by the British during the period of which Peshwa – Bajirao II

476. Which English ship was the first in India- Red Dragon

477. At which place in Bengal was the East India Company permitted to trade and build a factory in 1651 by the Mughals – Kasim Bazar

478. The discovery of the sea route to India is attributed to the – Portuguese.

479. Who discovered the route of ‘Cape of Good Hope’ to India – Vasco di Gama

480. The greatest Portuguese governor to lay the real foundation of Portuguese power in India was- Albuquerque

481. Bahadur Shah, the ruler of Gujarat was killed in the conflict with whom- Portuguese

482. During his rule, the British kept forcing farmers to grow ……… in Madras – rice

483. Akal Takht was built by – Guru Hargobind

484. Where was Guru Nanam Dev born – Talwandi

485. Which Sikh Guru had called himself ‘True Emperor’ – Guru Arjun Dev

486. The political capital of Ranjit Singh was Lahore. Which city is called its religious capital- Amritsar

487. Which Governor-General had welcomed Ranjit Singh with great respect at Ropd – William Bentinck

488. In which fight was Nadir Shah defeated the Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah – Karnal

489. Who was the Governor General in the Second Anglo-Mysore War – Warren Hastings

490. Where were the Nawabs of Murshid Quli Khan, Ali Vardi Khan and Siraj-ud-Daula – Bengal

491. Where did the black-hole tragedy take place- Calcutta

492. Who was the Nawab of Bengal during the Battle of Plassey – Siraj-ud-daula

493. In which year did the British merge Punjab under their rule – in 1849 AD

494. Who was the founder of ‘Arya Samaj’ – Dayanand Saraswati

495. Who gave the slogan ‘Return to the Vedas’ – Dayanand Saraswati

496. Who first introduced the idea of basic education- Mahatma Gandhi

497. Who founded Mohammedan Anglo Oriental College in Aligarh – Sir Syed Ahmad Khan

498. A historical movement was organized against Raja Ram Mohan Roy- Sati system

499. Who founded the ‘Asiatic Society’ in Kolkata in colonial India- William Jones

500. The meaning of Sarvdayya is – uplift of all.

501. Who was the founder of Satya Shodhak Sabha in Maharashtra – Jyotiba Phul

Conclusion

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.

Whether you’re studying for entrance exams or seeking to broaden your understanding of Indian history, this resource will help you grasp the essential concepts and developments that have shaped the Indian subcontinent.

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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