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General Knowledge - History of India


1. Which of the following was selected as capital by Kanishka?


2. What was the only permanent effect of hte invasions of Mahmud Ghaznavi?


3. When the fully developed splendid form of temple architecture emerged in India?


4. The contemporary historians, Ziauddin Barni and Sham-i-Siraz Afif gave the same title to which of the following their books?


5. Which religion gained greatest prominence during the Gupta period?



6. Kautilya's 'Arthashastra' mainly deals with which aspect of he Mauryan period?


7. During whose period Al-Beruni came to India?


8. Who said "You shall give me blood I will return freedom" ?


9. Which was the only Indus city without a citadel?


10. The most important feature in the economic measure pursued by Allauddin Khilji was


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