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General Knowledge - History of India


1. Who was the founder of Vijaynagar kingdom?


2. The invader who raided India seventeen times was


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


4. The battle that was fought between Ahmad Shah Abdali and the Marathas in 1761 was


5. Aurganzeb, the Mughal ruler murdered the Sikh Guru



6. The main historical source regarding the information about village government under the Cholas is the


7. When the Mughal Empire was cpllapsing, which of the provinces was lost in 1622 A. D., recovered in 1638 A. D., and finally lost in 1649 A. D?


8. 'Tipu Sultan' had his capital at


9. The cultivation of crops brought about such great changes in man's life that it marks the beginning of a new age that it known as the


10. During the Mughal period, which one of the following traders were the first to come to India?


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