History Mock Test UGC-NET - Part 45

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  1.  All are of one Self-fraternity such being the dictum to avow, In such a light how can we take life And devoid of least pity go on to eat.who said?
    1.  Chattambi Swamikal
    2.  Rajaram Mohan Roy
    3.  Sree Narayana Guru
    4.  Tilak 

  2. Who said Ask not, Say not Think not caste. Think only Gods.
    1.  William Logan 
    2.  Connolly
    3.  S.N. Banerjee
    4.  Sree Narayana Guru

  3. In 1901 the State Census Manual of _________recorded Sree Narayana as a revered "Guru" and an erudite Sanskrit scholar.
    1.  Travancore 
    2.  Cochi 
    3.  Kottayam
    4.  Malabar 

  4.  The first statue of the Guru was conceived by _________.
    1.  Moorkoth Kumaran 
    2.  Gokahale
    3.  Bodhananda Swamikal
    4.  Tavaroli

  5. The formation of the Indian National Congress (INC) was in the year ______.
    1.  1882
    2.  1886
    3.  1884
    4.  1885

  6. The United Nation’s declared__________as the International Year of Women.
    1.  1906 
    2.  1905 
    3.  1908 
    4.  1904

  7. In 1917 Anasuya Sarabhai had led the  ________ textile workers’ strike
    1.  Kanpur
    2.  Bombay
    3.  Ahmedabad 
    4.  Calcutta 

  8. The swadeshi movement in Bengal started on ________.
    1.  1902
    2.  1907
    3.  1906
    4.  1905

  9. The formation of the Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA) at the initiative of ______ in 1972.
    1.  Roop Kanwar 
    2.  dwarkanath Tagore
    3.  Ela Bhat 
    4.  Raja radhakant dev 

  10. In 1920 under her leadership the ___________ , the Ahmedabad textile mill workers union was established.
    1.  Maniben Kara
    2.  Parvati Bhore 
    3.  Majoor Mahajan 
    4.  Ushabai Dange



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