History Quiz / MCQs
Q 11. In 1780, Tipu's father attacked Carnatic and routed a British army, He was defeated and died in _______?
a) 1781 b) 1783 c) 1780 d) 1782
Q 12. Which museum is the largest in India?
a) Subhash Chandra Bose Museum b) Calcutta Museum c) Tagore Museum d) Indian Museum
Q 13. Which museum was designed by George Witter, was formerly known as Prince of Wales Museum?
a) Chhatrapati Shivaji Vastu Sanghralaya b) Mahatma Gandhi Sanghralaya c) Dr. Ambedkar Sanghralaya d) Veermata Sanghralaya
Q 14. Which of the following places in India was ruled by the Ahoms for more than 600 years?
a) Arunachal Pradesh b) Tripura c) Bihar d) Assam
Q 15. Which of these facts about Chandragupta is true?
a) He trained women to protect his palace b) He converted to Buddhism and rejected war c) He had stone pillars set up through India with Buddhist inscriptions on them d) He called his people children
Q 16. Back to the olden days, Who was left behind as the governor of India by Alexander the Great?
a) Chandragupta b) Selucus c) Ptolemey d) Patrocles
Q 17. One of the famous and controversial person during the freedom struggle who opposed Gandhiji's ideologies of non-violence and non-cooperation was one of these men, Which?
a) Gopalakrishna Ghokale b) Nehru c) Subhas Chandra Bose d) Vallabhai Patel
Q 18. Complete the trilogy, famous during the Indian Independence struggle, Two were called Lal and Bal, Who was the third?
a) Pal b) Gandhi c) Mal d) Bose
Q 19. Which king adopted titles such as Param Bhagaveta and Maharajadhiraja Sri Bhattaraka?
a) Chandragupta II b) Chandragupta Maurya c) Samudragupta d) Asoka
Q 20. Known as the 'philosopher king', Asoka was the emperer of the Maurya empire as of 268 BC, What was his relationship to Chandragupta, the original founder of the empire?
a) Son-in-law b) Grandson c) Son d) Nephew