Complete Indian History One liners For All Competitive Exams(Part-03)


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Indian History One Liners

101. Which fight opened Delhi area for Muhammad Ghori – Second battle of Tarain
102. When did Delhi Sultan’s rule begin – 1206 AD
103. Who built a two and a half day hut in Amjer – Qutubuddin Aibak
104. In which century Delhi’s Qutub Minar was built – 13th century
105. Before taking over as the Sultan of Delhi, Balban was the Prime Minister of which Sultan- Nasiruddin
106. Who was the savior of Delhi Sultanak – Iltutmish
107. Genghis Khan invaded the borders of India during the reign of –Jalaluddin, Iltutmish
108. Who introduced the famous Persian festival Nauroz – Balban
109. Whose daughter was Razia Sultan – Altamash (Iltutmish)
110. Who were the two descendants who ruled immediately before and after the Khilji rulers – Syed and Lodi

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111. Sultan to call himself the second Alexander (Alexander-e-Sani) was- Alauddin Khilji
112. What mission did Alauddin Khilji entrust to the mission of conquering the south – Malik Kapur
113. Who was the Sultan who refused to accept the authority of the Khalifa – Alauddin Khilji
114. The present Daulatabad, where Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq moved the capital from Delhi, is situated near- Aurangabad
115. Who is called the prince of Maniyars – Muhammad-bin- Tughlaq
116. Ibn Batuta came to India under whose reign- Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq
117. Arrange the given dynasties of Delhi Sultans in chronological order- Ghulam, Khilji, Tughlaq, Syed
118. Who was the founder of Lodi dynasty- Bahlol Lodi
119. What was the last dynasty of Delhi Sultanate – Lodi dynasty
120. In Sufi tradition, what does Pir mean- Guru of Sufis


121. By what name Sufi orders were known – Continuation
122. The devotional preacher Shankaradeva had popularized him using which of the following regional languages – Assamese
123. Analects is the holy book – Of Confucianism (Confucian religion)
124. Who founded the Vijayanagara kingdom – The Sangam dynasty
125. Who was the first Vijayanagar ruler to snatch the important fort of Goa from Bahmanis – Harihar 11 126. Krishnadeva Raya was the ruler of which dynasty – Vijayanagar
127. Who was the author of the Telugu work Akshit Malyad – Krishnadeva Raya
128. Akshit Malyad whose work is- Krishnadeva Raya
129. Who built the group of monuments of Hampi – 1565 AD
130. From which ruler was the Gol Gumbaz constructed from the marmar-Vithi- Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq


131. Where is Gol Gumbaz – Bijapur
132. Who built the Kirti Stambh of Chittor – Rana Kumbha
133. In which year (in AD) Babur invaded India – 1526
134. Who was the first Mughal emperor of India- Babur
135. The first battle of Panipat was fought between which two armies – Babur and Lodi Empire
136. The fight that resulted in the foundation of the Mughal Empire in Delhi – The first battle of Panipat
137. Who used the first artillery in India – Babur
138. Where Babur died- Agra
139. 1540 AD Humayun was thrown out of India after the war in which – Kannauji
140. In which year Kannauji’s war was fought – 1540

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141. Who was the architect of Humayun’s Tomb – Mirak Mirza Ghiyath
142. Akbar became Emperor at the age of – 13
143. Second battle of Panipat was fought between which two armies – Akbar and Hemu
144. Who translated the Ramayana into Persian- Badauni
145. Who is the author of the book ‘Ain-Akbari’ – Abul Fazal
146. Who was that famous Jain school, which Akbar respected so much- Harivijay
147. The battle of Haltighati was fought between- Akbar and Rana Pratap Singh
148. Where is Buland Darwaza – Uttar Pradesh
149. Who gave Allahabad city to Prayag city – Akbar
150. Who was the custodian of Akbar – Bairam Khan


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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