History Mock Test UGC-NET - Part 44

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  1. Concerning the caste system,________said the following to Narayana Guru: "The caste-Hindus and the low caste-Hindus are both the sons of Hinduism. The caste-Hindu is the elder brother who shoulders responsibility, and he therefore exercises certain privileges. The low caste- Hindu is his younger brother who is to be cared for. If the elder brother turns out to be somewhat rough and aggressive that should not make the younger brother a runaway from his mother Hinduism."
    1.  Dadabhai Naoroji
    2.  Mahatma Gandhi
    3.  Tilak
    4.  Chattambi Swamikal 

  2. Who was the author of ‘Esoteric Christianity’?
    1.  J. Krishnamurti 
    2.  Jawaharlal Nehru
    3.  Sarala Devi Chaudhurani 
    4.  Annie Besant

  3. Who called Sree Narayana Guru as ‘The Second Buddha’?
    1.  Swami Vivekananda 
    2.  G. Sankara Kurup
    3.  Bodhananda Swamikal 
    4.  Moorkoth Kumaran

  4.  ________ started The Adyar Bulletin, which continued until 1929.
    1.  J. Krishnamurti 
    2.  Durgabai Deshmukh
    3.  Kamaladevi Chattopadhyaya
    4.  Annie Besant

  5. A new period in__________’s life began in 1913 when she became active in Indian politics, and gave a lead by claiming ‘Home Rule’ for India.
    1.  Ambujammal
    2.  Ammu Swaminathan 
    3.  Malati Patwardhan
    4.  Annie Besant

  6. The First World Conference on Women in ___________, generated a new interest in and debate on women’s issues.
    1.  Madras
    2.  Mexico
    3.  Delhi
    4.  Poland

  7. Sati was declared a punishable offence in ________.
    1.  1829
    2.  1819
    3.  1820
    4.  1828

  8. Bengal British India Society founded in Calcutta on 20 April 1843, was the ________ political public association to be formed in British India, the first being the zamindari association (1837).
    1.  Third
    2.  First 
    3.  Fourth
    4.  Second 

  9. Nanu moved to his hermitage deep inside the hilly forests of________,  where he led an austere life immersed in meditative thought and yoga and subjected himself to extreme sustenance rituals.
    1.  Karunagapally 
    2.  Kayamkulam
    3.  Maruthwamala 
    4.  Srilanka 

  10. The British India Society was formed in ________.
    1.  1839
    2.  1854
    3.  1823
    4.  1822



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