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General Knowledge - History of India


1. The most famous stupa built by the Shailendras is located at -


2. Which of the following dynasties patronised the famous Kailash temple at Ellora?


3. Which one of the following periodicals was published by Mahatma Gandhi during his stay in South Africa?


4. The British were able to conquer India in 18th century by


5. The foreign traveler who visited India during the rule of the Guptas was



6. Aurganzeb, the Mughal ruler murdered the Sikh Guru


7. A great tank, now called the Great Bath, was found in


8. Raja Rammohan Roy and David Hara were associated with the foundation of the


9. In ancient peninsular India, who among the following assumed the title 'Vatapikonda'?


10. Who among the following British Governors-General shifted India's capital from Calcutta to Delhi in 1911?


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