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Q 1 · Geography
Which of the following is the most important factor in soil formation?
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Q 2 · Geography
Which of the following is/are not the characteristics of red soils?
1. They are derived from weathering of old crystalline and metamorphic rocks
2. They contain iron oxides
3. They have high water retention capacity
4. They have high nitrogen content
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Q 3 · History
The Buddhist universities of Nalanda and Vikramshila in Bihar were destroyed during the invasions of
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Q 4 · History
The real founder of the Sultanate of Delhi and its first dynasty was
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Q 5 · History
From the point of view of the Turkish rule, the most important contribution of IItutmish was
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Q 6 · History
Haziya (the daughter of IItutmish) the only woman ruler in the history of Medieval India ascended the throne with the support of
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Q 7 · History
The first medieval ruler to propound the divine theory of Kingship was
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Q 8 · History
The first Sultan of Delhi to cross the Narmada and move to the south was
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Q 9 · History
The only known ruler in the history of India to have fixed the prices of different commodities, rigidly enforced quality control and ensured easy availability of essential commodities was
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Q 10 · History
Alauddin Khalji rigidly enforced 'market control' or economic regulations for
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Q 11 · History
Muhammad-bin Tughluq transferred his capital from Delhi to Devagiri (which he named Daulatabad) because
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Q 12 · History
The Sultan who completed the conquest of the South and broke the political barriers between the North and the South was
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Q 13 · History
The famous Moorish (from Morocco) traveller Ibn Batuta, who visited India recorded his experiences in a book entitled Safarnama or Rehla, was appointed Qazi of Delhi by Sultan
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Q 14 · History
The most important aspect of Sultan Flruz Tughluq's constructive policy was
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Q 15 · History
The Sultan of Delhi who transferred two monolithic Mauryan pillars to Delhi to beautify his capital, was
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Q 16 · History
Timur invaded India and ordered a general massacre of the people of Delhi during the
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Q 17 · History
A ruling dynasty established in India at the instance of Timur was
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Q 18 · History
The Akbar of Kashmir who reconstructed and rehabilitated all the temples and asked Jonaraja to continue further Kalhana's Rajatarangini was
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Q 19 · History
The most decisive battle between the forces of Dara and Aurangzeb (in the war of Succession) was fought at
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Q 20 · History
Assuming the title of Alamgir, Aurangzeb crowned himself as Emperor on July 21, 1658 at
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Q 21 · History
The famous Mughal General who conquered Assam, Chittagong, etc. in the north-east was
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Q 22 · History
Aurangzeb, in his attempt to annex Marwar to the Mughal empire, was involved in a 30-year war. During these long years the most valiant struggle from the aide of Marwar was fought by
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Q 23 · History
The Sikh Guru executed by Aurangzeb after cruel torture was
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Q 24 · History
During the last 25 years of his reign, Aurangzeb was mainly involved in long-drawn wars against
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Q 25 · History
Shivaji founded the Maratha kingdom by annexing the territories of
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Q 26 · History
The liberal religion preached by the saints of Maharashtra and rigidly followed by Shivaji is known as
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Q 27 · History
The Mughal General, who decisively defeated Shivaji and forced him to conclude the Treaty of Purandar, was
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Q 28 · History
The Maratha dominion of Shivaji was known as
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Q 29 · History
The Administrative Council of Shivaji was known as,
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Q 30 · History
Tarabai, who conducted the affairs of the Maratha government from 1700 to 1707 AD, was the widow of the Maratha King
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Q 31 · History
The Mughal government can be described as an/a
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Q 32 · History
The Mughal troops were largely drawn from
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Q 33 · History
The Jagirdars during the Muhgal period were
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Q 34 · History
Which of the following buildings at Fatehpur Sikri is known as Ibadatkhana where Akbar used to hold religious discussions?
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Q 35 · History
Nur Jehan is associated with the construction of
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Q 36 · History
Two marble masterpieces of the reign of Shah Jahan were
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Q 37 · History
On the wall of which building built by Shah Jahan, is the following Persian couplet inscribed "if there is paradise on earth, it is this, it is this, it is this"?
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Q 38 · History
The later Mughal King, popularly known as Shah-i-Bekhabar (the Heedless King), was
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Q 39 · Geography
In which of the following ways can soil be conserved?
1. Contour ploughing
2. Terracing
3. Shifting cultivation
4. Crop rotation
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Q 40 · Geography
Winter rains in North and North-West India are generally associated with the phenomenon of:
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Q 41 · Geography
'Sal' is a very important tree of
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Q 42 · Geography
Consider the following statements:
1. Alluvial soil is rich in chemical properties and is capable of yielding Rabi and Kharif
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2. Black soil is suitable for cotton, groundnut.
3. Rabi crops are reaped in autumn after sowing in June.
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Q 43 · Geography
Forest policy of govt. aims to bring what percentage of total area, under forest?
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Q 44 · Geography
Riparian forest is found:
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Q 45 · Politics
The elections to Panchayats are to be held:
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Q 46 · Politics
Father of local self-government in India is :
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Q 47 · Politics
Which of the following is not a source of revenue to the Village Panchayats ? 
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Q 48 · Politics
The function of the Panchayat Samiti is to:
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Q 49 · Politics
Which of the following is a source of income of the Gram Panchayats ?
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Q 50 · Economic
Which of the following is not true regarding a Gram Panchayat ?
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