Important Ancient Indian History Objective Questions And Answers Part-1
Ancient Indian History Objective Questions And Answers
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#1. Which was the only Indus site with an artificial brick dockyard?
Mohenjo Daro #2. Which one of the following Brahmanans describes about the eastern and western seas?
Jayminia Brahmana #3. In reference to Vedic Period, in which one of the following assemblies, women had enjoyed an equal status with men? #4. In reference to Chanakya’s Arthasastra, consider the following statements:
The book is detailed account of Mauryan political economy and administration.
The book has total 18 parvas.
Both of the above
None of the above #5. Megasthanese said that …………... Kingdom was famous for pearls.
Chidi #6. Yoga philosophy belongs to …
Prashastpada #7. In reference to Jain Tirthankara, Blue lotus represents …
Aranatha #8. Which one of the following was the first site discovered?
Mohenjo-Daro #9. Who among the following kings is also known as ‘Sarvakshatrantak?’
King Kalashoka #10. In reference to Sangam Period Revenue Administration System, Variyam refers …
Forced gift (additional demand)
Tribute paid by feudatories and also the booty collected in wars
Territory yielding tax #11. The Vedic term ‘Brahma’ refers …
Giving the girl to a man with a dowry
Giving the girl to a man after accepting a bride-price
Giving the girl to the priest in lieu of the fees.
Giving the girl to a man without demanding a bride-price #12. In reference to Buddhism, Salaka refers …
Departure of a group of monks from one place to another
A routine meeting
Ballot voting by means of wooden sticks
A formal moving of resolutions #13. Kailash temple of Ellora is a typical example of …
Vasara Style #14. Who has written Panchatantra?
Vishnu Sharma #15. The ancient religious movement that rejected the Vedic Hindu ritualism and the authority of the Brahmins is known as …
Atharvans #16. Which one of the following is the only site where no citadel was found?
Chanhudaro #17. In reference to Asoka’s edict, seven major pillar edicts represent …
Signs of Ashoka's Dhamma
Appendies to rock edicts
Various principles of Ashoka's Dhamma
Personal history of Ashoka #18. A painting on a jar resembling the story of the cunning fox narrated in the Panchatantra evidenced at …
Sutkagendor #19. In reference to ancient India, the term Jnapti refers ……
Retreatment of monks
President of the Buddhist order
Three traditional garments of monks #20. In reference to Jainism, the term Mishradrshti represents …
Mixed faith and false belief
The stage of omniscience without any activity
The stage of partial self-control
Right faith unaccompained by right conduct
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