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Q 1 · History
The Servants of India Society was founded in 1905 by
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Q 2 · History
Mahabhasya was written by
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Q 3 · History
Recognise the medicinal trio of ancient India from the following options.
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Q 4 · History
What was the suitable language for source material in Ancient Times?
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Q 5 · History
Gautama Buddha was born at–
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Q 6 · History
Gautama Buddha’s birthplace is marked by which of the following?
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Q 7 · History
Name the clan of Buddha belonged to
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Q 8 · History
Where was the first Buddhist council held?
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Q 9 · History
Who organized the fifth Buddhist council?
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Q 10 · History
‘Buddha’ means—
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Q 11 · History
Identify the Buddist Literature from the following
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Q 12 · History
Buddhism made an important impact by allowing two sections of society into its fold. They were
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Q 13 · History
Buddha gave his first religious message at
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Q 14 · Geography
'Blight' the disease of potato can be cured by
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Q 15 · Science
Main constituents of biogas are
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Q 16 · Geography
Consider the following mountain ranges of Jammu and Kashmir:
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Q 17 · Geography
Which of the following is a non-metallic mineral?
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Q 18 · Geography
India's land border with the neighboring countries is, in length, approximately
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Q 19 · Geography
Which of the following rivers of the Indian sub-continent covers the longest distance from its source to the sea into which it drains?
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Q 20 · History
The first metal coins appeared in 
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Q 21 · History
In which language were the ‘Early Buddist Texts’ composed?
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Q 22 · History
Which language was mostly used for the propagation of Buddhism?
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Q 23 · History
Which among the followings is the sacred book of the Buddhists?
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Which one of the followings was the last Buddhist text produced In India?
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Q 25 · History
In Buddhism, ‘Bull’ is related to what incident of Buddha’s life?
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Q 26 · History
The ancient university of India was established at –
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Q 27 · History
Where did the Buddha attain enlightenment?
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Q 28 · History
Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha together are known as.
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Q 29 · History
“Desire is the cause of all sufferings”. Which religion promoted this?
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Q 30 · History
Hemispherical Dome structure that’s built on the sacred ruins of Buddhist is called 
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Q 31 · History
Which one of the following ruler was not contemporary to ‘Buddha’
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Q 32 · History
In which year Budha died
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Q 33 · History
In which one of the following era, Kshatriya had their specific Identity?
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Q 34 · History
Who was Mahavira?
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Q 35 · History
Who was the founder of Jainism in India?
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Q 36 · History
Which of the following is Parinirvana place of Mahavira?
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Q 37 · History
Jain literature is called
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Q 38 · History
Who was the last ruler of India that adopted Jainism in his last days?
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Q 39 · History
The famous Jain centre in South India is situated at
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Q 40 · English
Identify the antonym of the given word”
Laudatory
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Q 41 · Geography
Find the odd one out ? 
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Q 42 · Geography
The headquarters of International Court of Justice is located in ?
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Q 43 · Science
kinetic energy depends on
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Q 44 · Science
Zener- diode is used as :
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Q 45 · Geography
World’s highest waterfall Angel Fall is situated on which river ?
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Q 46 · Science
Kirchhoff firsts and second law shows the conservation respectively ­-
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Q 47 · Geography
The paleomagnetic results obtained from India indicate that in the past, the Indian landmass has moved
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Q 48 · Geography
The only State which produces saffron in the Indian Union is
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Q 49 · Geography
The total length of the river Ganga is about
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Q 50 · Geography
The type of crop which is able to fix nitrogen from air is known as
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