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Q 1 · Geography
Which is the home of "AIphonso" mango?
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Q 2 · Geography
Which amidst the following States does not cultivate wheat?
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Q 3 · Geography
Which one among the following is not a reason for practising tank irrigation in the Peninsular India? 
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Q 4 · Geography
The odd product out of the following is
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Q 5 · Geography
The approximate representation of land use classification in India is
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Q 6 · Geography
Following are the characteristics of an area in India: 
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2. Annual rainfall 200 cm
3. Hill slopes up to an altitude of 1100 metres
4. Annual range of temperature 15 degree C to 30 degree C
Which one among the following crops are you most likely to find in the area described above?
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Q 7 · Geography
Which of the following crops are grown mainly in the irrigated areas during Zaid ?
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Q 8 · Geography
In which of the following crops Uttar Pradesh is not the largest producer in India?
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Q 9 · Geography
Which one among the following is not a plantation crop?
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Q 10 · History
The. voluminous compositions attributed to Guru Gobind Singh (the last Sikh Guru) are collectively known as
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Q 11 · History
Sundar Vilas is the work of a famous Bhakti Saint
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Q 12 · History
Rana Kumbha built the famous 'Tower of Victory' or Kirtistambha at Chittoor in commemoration of his victory against
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Q 13 · History
In medieval India the state derived the highest income from?
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Q 14 · History
The Sultan of the Sultanate of Delhi, who transferred his capital from Delhi to Agra, was
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Q 15 · History
The oldest specimens of poetry in the Punjabi language are devotional compositions attributed to
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Q 16 · History
Sufism the liberal and mystic movement of Islam, reached India in the ____ century?
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Q 17 · History
The Sufi Saint, contemporary of Prithviraj Chauhan, was
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Q 18 · History
Different Sufi schools or orders in India were known as
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Q 19 · History
The earliest Sufi order to arrive in India was
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Q 20 · History
Sankardeva was a great bhakti saint of
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Q 21 · History
The Pandharpur Movement is associated with the Bhakti Movement of
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Q 22 · History
The most important saint of the Bhakti Movement in Maharashtra who was born at Satara and is said to have died in Punjab, was
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Q 23 · History
Kabir was contemporary of
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Q 24 · History
Harihara and Bukka, the founders of the empire of Vijayanagar, named their dynasty as
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Q 25 · History
The founder of the Bahamani Kingdom was
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Q 26 · History
The first capital of the Bahamani Kingdom was
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Q 27 · History
The Vijayanagar and the Bahamani Kingdoms fought relentlessly throughout the period of their existence for the possession of
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Q 28 · History
The city of Vijayanagar (Now known as Hampi) was situated on the northern bank of the river
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Q 29 · History
The greatest ruler in the history of Vijayanagar was?
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Q 30 · History
The Vijayanagar king who wrote a work 'Amuktamalayada' on the lines of kautilya's Arthashastra, was
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Q 31 · History
The Ashtadiggajas at the court of Krishnadeva Raya were
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Q 32 · History
Babar's autobiography, called Tuzuk-i-Baburi or Baburnaman, which is reckoned among "the most enthralling and romantic works in the literature of all times" is written in
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Q 33 · History
Humayun lost the Mughal Empire to Sher Shah Suri finally In the battle of
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Q 34 · History
Which of the following measures of Sher Shah Suri greatly helped in the promotion of trade and commerce?
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Q 35 · History
The longest road built by Sher Shah, known as Sarak-I-Azam (currently known as GT Road or Sher Shah Suri Road) ran from the Indus in the North-West to
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Q 36 · History
Sher Shah's mausoleum is at Sahaaaram in Blhar but he died at
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Q 37 · History
Hemu, whom Akbar defeated In the Second Battle of Panipat (1556), was
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Q 38 · History
After the devastation of the city of Vljayanagar In 1565, the capital of the empire was shifted to
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Q 39 · History
The Portuguese under the leadership of Vasco da Gama in 1498 first landed at
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Q 40 · History
The Portuguese gained a stronghold in India after defeating the Zamorln of Calicut. The word Zamorin stands for
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Q 41 · History
Who of the following Portuguese Is regarded as a 'monster in human disguise' and the one who had no bowels of compassion?
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Q 42 · History
Who of the following Portuguese Viceroys in India captured Goa (1510) from the Adil Shahi Sultan of Bijapur and made it the headquarters of the Protuguese government in India?
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Q 43 · History
The Portuguese naval monopoly In the Indian waters was shattered by the
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Q 44 · History
When Chittor was captured by Akbar (1558), the Rana of Mewar was
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Q 45 · History
In the Battle of Haldighati the Mughal troops were commanded by
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Q 46 · History
After the Call of Chittor, the city which became the capital of Mewar was
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Q 47 · History
Two women who, while conducting the affairs of their states faced Akbar's wars of conquest were Rani Durgawati and Chand Bibi (or Sultana), respectively of
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Q 48 · History
Akbar's concept of Sulh-i-kul (or Qul) means
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Q 49 · History
Which of the following statements correctly describes the real spirit of Din-i-illahi?
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Q 50 · History
Akbar had incorporated some principles of social reforms in the Din-i-illahi. Which of the following social reforms did not form part of Din-i- illahi?
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