A.Sisir Kumar Ghosh and Arvindo Ghosh B.Kali Mohan Das and Arvindo Ghosh C.Sisir Kumar Ghosh and Sambhu Charan Mukherjee D.None of these Answer: Option C Solution: Sisir Kumar Ghosh and Sambhu Charan Mukherjee were associated with Indian league established in 1875 in Calcutta.
A.Swami Dyanand Sarshawati B.Rabindra Nath Tagore C.Gautam Budha D.Swami Vivekanand Answer: Option D Solution: Swami Vivekananda represented India and Hinduism at the Parliament of the World’s Religions (1893). This was the first World’s Parliament of Religions and it was held from 11 to 27 September 1893.
A.Bal Gangadhar Tilak B.Sri Aurobindo Ghosh C.Domadar Chapekar D.Balkrishana Chapekar Answer: Option B Solution: Vande Matram was a series of articles published in the year 1907 by Sri Auronbindo Ghosh.
A.Bal Gangadhar Tilak B.Raja Ram Mohan Rai C.Dyanand Sarshawati D.Damodar and Balkrishana Chapekar Answer: Option D Solution: Two Brothers- Damodar and Balkrishna Chapekar began the process of revolutionary activities in India. They formed the ‘Hindu Dharma Sangrakshini Sabha’ in 1893 and started celebrating the birthday of Shivaji and Ganesh Utsavs.
A.1866 B.1857 C.1836 D.1885 Answer: Option A Solution: The East India Association was founded by Dadabhai Naoroji in 1866, in collaboration with Indians and retired British officials in London. It superseded the London Indian Society and was a platform for discussing matters and ideas about India, and to provide representation for Indians to the Government.
A.Mill Owners B.Land Lords C.The peasants D.Kol Rebellion Answer: Option C Solution: The Kheda Satyagraha of 1918, in the Kheda district of Gujarat, India during the period of the British Raj, was a Satyagraha movement organized by Mohandas Gandhi. It was a major revolt in the Indian independence movement. It was the third Satyagraha movement after … Read more
A.1905 B.1913 C.1919 D.1925 Answer: Option C Solution: The Anarchical and Revolutionary Crimes Act of 1919 , popularly known as the Rowlatt Act or Black Act, was a legislative act passed by the Imperial Legislative Council in Delhi on 10 March 1919, indefinitely extending the emergency measures of preventive indefinite detention, incarceration without trial and judicial … Read more
A.Muslim Land Holders B.The British Government Authority C.The non-tribal outsiders D.Hindu Land Holders Answer: Option D Solution: Hindu Land Holders. The Malabar rebellion (also known as the Moplah rebellion and Māppila Lahaḷa in Malayalam) was an armed uprising in 1921 against British authority in the Malabar region of Southern India by Mappilas and the culmination of … Read more
A.The Kakori Conspiracy case (1925) B.1857 Revolt C.Chauri Chaura Case D.The Jallianwala Bagh massacre Answer: Option A Solution: The Kakori Conspiracy (or Kakori train robbery or Kakori Case) was a train robbery that took place between Kakori and, near Lucknow, on 9 August 1925 during the Indian Independence Movement against the British Indian Government. The robbery … Read more
A.Ajatashatru B.Harshvardhan C.Bimbisara D.Ghananand Answer: Option C Solution: Initially, the capital was Rajagriha. Later, it was shifted to Pataliputra, near the present-day Patna in India. The founder of this dynasty was Bimbisara himself. According to the Buddhist text, the Mahavamsa, Bimbisara was anointed king by his father at the age of fifteen.