Ans : Chandragupta Maurya.
Ans : Akbar and Himu.
Ans : Hieun Tsang
Ans : Brij.
Ans : Vikramaditya
Ans : He was a devotee of Shiva.
Ans : Mehrunisa
Ans : Soma.
Ans : Shahjehan
Ans : Bande Mataram.
Ans : Three hours. It was all over by mid-day.
Ans : The Champaran agitation was launched in the Champaran district of Bihar. It was against the English landlords who used to force the peasants, to cultivate indigo. When synthetic indigo was discovered they began to force the peasants to pay them compensation for not growing indigo any longer.
Ans : The Kakatiya dynasty.
Ans : Shreni.
Ans : Bankim Chandra Chatterji
Ans : The British fought Siraj-ud-Daulah the Nawab of Bengal.
Ans : Lokamanya Tilak.
Ans : Sabaktageen
Ans : One who milks the cow.
Ans : At the session held at Lahore, 1929.
Ans : Vidyaranya. He was the one who readmitted them into the Hindu fold.
Ans : Madhav Rao. After the death of Balaji Baji Rao.
Ans : The Nizam-ul-Mulk of Hyderabad. This campaign ensured that the Nizam's attempt at challenging Maralha supremacy failed.
Ans : The Delhi Sultanate
Ans : Porcelain, raw silk.
Ans : Misl.
Ans : When the ruler of a protected state died without a natural heir, the adopted heir would not be able to succeed him. In such a case the state would be annexed by the British. The only exception would be if the British authorities approved of the adoption before hand.
Ans : The Theosophical Society.
Ans : Gidalyu Rani who led the Nagas. She was released in 1949.
Ans : The Vernacular Press Act, 1878. This Act empowered a magistrate to stop a publisher from publishing anything that would create disaffection against the government.
Ans : 1757 AD
Ans : The Gaekwads established themselves at Baroda, the Bhonsales at Nagpur, Holkars at Indore and the Sindhias at Gwalior.
Ans : To remove corrupt mahants from the Gurudwaras.
Ans : Womesh Chandra Banerji.
Ans : Bhaskaracharya.
Ans : Vietnam. During this period, the country was considered a great centre of Vedic education.
Ans : Megasthenes. This book, however, is not available to us in its entirety and survives only in quotations by subsequent classical writers.
Ans : Diamonds and textiles.
Ans : Ananda, the personal attendant of Buddha, was largely responsible for the admission of Gautami (the widowed stepmother of Buddha) into the Sangha. This was the beginning of the order of nuns.
Ans : Chandragupta II
Ans : Kashmir.
Ans : Annie Besant
Ans : Dupleix.
Ans : Tansen. He was earlier in the employment of the Raja of Rewah.
Ans : Saint Samarth Ramdas.
Ans : Farghana. Farghana is located in modern Uzbekistan.
Ans : Shah Jahan.
Ans : Pushyamitra, who was his Commander-in-chief.
Ans : Raja Jai Singh of Amber.
Ans : Bagha Jatin.
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