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20.Which one fothe following statements is correct about the veerashaiva Movement initiated during the mid-twelfth century in Karnataka?
(a) It argued against Brahmanical ideas about caste and treatment of women.
(b) It was initiated by Namdev and his companions.
(c) It focused on worship of Vitthala.
(d) It was against all forms of ritualism but promoted idol worship.
Answer:

21. Consider the following two statements A and B about ‘Bandagan’ in the early Delhi Sultanate and CHoos ehte correct answer:
‘Bandagan’ were special slaves purchased for military service and were trained with great care to hold the most important political offices in the kingdom.
B. ‘Bnadagan’ were totally dependent upon their masters. So the Sultans could not trust and rely upon them.
(a) A is true and B is false
(b) A is false and B is true
(c) Both A and B are true
(d) Both A and B are false
Answer:

22. Who among the following sailors sailed westwards across the Atlantic Ocean to find a sea-route to India?
(a) Xuan Zang
(b) Vasco da Gama
(c) Christopher Columbus
(d) Fa Xiam
Answer:

23.Which among the following dynasties introduced Malayalam language and script in its inscriptions?
(a) The Kushanas
(b) The Cholas
(c) The Cheras
(d) The Pandyas
Answer:

24. The Revolt of Songram Snagma in 1906 took place because
(a) the peasants in Champaran revolted against the indigo planters
(b) the Muslim traders in Bengal rose against the unequal terms of trade set by the British
(c) the Patidar peasants of Gujarat rebelled against the high land revenue demand of the British
(d) the tribal groups in Assam reacted against the colonial forest laws
Answer:
 
25.The Simon Commission, sent by the British to India in 1927, was opposed because
(a) it had only English educated Indian representatives
(b) it had no Indian representative on it
(c) it had very few Indian representatives as compared to the British
(d) it had no Indian woman representative
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