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General Knowledge - History of India


1. In which field of art extraordinary progress was made in the Gupta period?


2. Where was the battle fought between Pulakeshi-II and Harsha?


3. The era which is counted from 78 A.D. is the


4. Who was the first famous astronomer of Ancient India?


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



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


7. What was the primary source of income of the State during the Gupta period?


8. Ravidas and Kabir were the disciples of which of the following?


9. The number of permanent members of the Security Council of the United Nations is


10. Which of the following factors was most important for the rapid development of trade in pre-Gupta period?


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