Indian History – History of Medieval India

The Arab invasion in 712 A.D. was led by Muhammad Bin Qasim Which Rajput ruler was overthrown by the Turk Muhammad Ghori from Delhi ______. Prithvi Raj Chauhan. Who was the founder of Ghazni dynasty? Mahmud Ghazni Muhammad Ghori ascended the throne

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Indian History-History of Ancient India

Indus Valley Civilization prospered on the bank of river  Indus The major cities associated with Indus Valley Civilization are:       Harappa, Mohenjo-Daro and Lothal. The main two features of Indus Valley Civilizations were:              Town Planning, streets and Drainage systems The main sources of

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Indian History-History of Modern India

Guru Gobind Singh created ‘Khalsa’ on ______, at ______. 30th March 1699, Anandpur Which was the first newspaper in India and when was it published? The Bengal Gazette, 1780 Who advocated the ‘drain of wealth’ theory? Dadabhai Naoroji Who laid the foundation

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Indian History-Indus Valley Civilization

Source of the Indus river is at ______, near the ______ Lake in Tibet.    Singikabab, Mansarover The five main tributaries of Indus river are:          Jhelum, Sutlej, Beas, Ravi and Chenab The mature phase of Indus Valley civilization (2600–1900 BCE) is known as.         

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Indian History-Indian National Movement | Freedom Movement in India

  Freedom Movement Year Mahatma Gandhi returned from South Africa to India 1915 Local struggles in the form of Peasant movements in Kheda (Gujarat), and workers’ movement in Ahmedabad occured 1916-1918 Rowlatt Satyagraha (March-April) – A significant movement under Gandhi’s leadership 1919

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Indian History-Pre historic Period in India

Who discovered a Paleolithic stone tool in India in 1863  Robert Bruce The Paleolithic man in India is also called               Quartzite man The two prime occupations of Paleolithic age man were ______.              Hunting, Gathering Microliths (tools made of stone) were first discovered

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