History Mock Test UGC-NET - Part 23


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  1.  King Harshavardhan was defeated by _________.
    1.  the king of Punjab
    2.  the king of Kamrupa
    3.  the chalukya ruler of Deccan
    4.  the king of Bengal

  2. The Company was granted an English Royal Charter, under the name Governor and Company of Merchants of London Trading into the East Indies, by ______________on 31 December 1600.
    1.  Elizabeth II 
    2.  Elizabeth I
    3.  Henry VII 
    4.  Henry VIII

  3. In 1650 Gabriel Boughton, an employee of the Company obtained a license for trade in______________.
    1.  Bengal
    2.  Hydrabad
    3.  Orissa
    4.  Gujrat

  4. Find the odd one ___________.
    1.  Harshavardhana
    2.  Pulakesin II
    3.  Mahendravarman
    4.  Krishna Deva Raya

  5. Who was referred to as the "ambassador of Hindu-Muslim unity" by Sarojini Naidu in the early years of Gandhian period?
    1.  Abdul Ghaffar Khan
    2.  Shaukat Ali
    3.  Maulana Azad
    4.  Muhammad Ali Jinnah

  6. In 1614 Sir Thomas Roe was instructed by _______________to visit the court of Jahangir, the Mughal emperor of India.
    1.  Shajahan
    2.  James II
    3.  William Godwin
    4.  James I 

  7.  Warren Hastings was appointed as the Governor of __________in 1772.
    1.  Bengal
    2.  Bombay
    3.  Beghusarai
    4.  Kottarakara

  8. Year of the Battle of Buxar is ________.
    1.  1762
    2.  1760
    3.  1765
    4.  1764

  9. Hyder Ali was the ruler of _______________.
    1.  Hyderabad
    2.  Mysore
    3.  Delhi
    4.  Gontur

  10. In 1661 the company obtained ____________from Charles II.
    1.  Cochi
    2.  Calcutta
    3.  Hyderabad
    4.  Bombay


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