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History of India


1. Which of the following places was ruled by Babar ?


2. Which of the following statements, about Babar, is true ?


3. Which of the following was the contribution of Balaji Vishwanath ?


4. Name the king who made a 2,036 miles long road from Bengal to the north-west frontier.


5. Fierce wars were waged, by Bahmani rulers, against the Hindu rulers of



6. Who compiled Adi Granth ?


7. Which of the following was not the contribution of the Babmani Kingdom ?


8. Nicolo Conti, an Italian traveller, visited


9. Bhakti Movement was a socio-religious movement in India. The exponents of this movement were Guru Nanak, Kabir, Chaitanya, Tukaram, Ram Das, Ramanand and Namdeva. The aim of this move ment was to


10. Which of the following was built,by Feroze Tughlaq ?


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4. Geography of India -Test-01
5. Geography of India -Test-02
6. Geography of India -Test-03
7. Geography of India -Test-04
8. Geography of India -Test-05
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11. History of India - Test - 03
12. History of India - Test - 04
13. History of India - Test - 05
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