FPSC KKPSC PPSC BPSC SPSC Pak Studies MCQs Test No. 72

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Test NameLecturer Pak Studies
SubjectPak Studies Test 72
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Pak Studies Online Test No. 72

1 / 25

The number of later Mughal rulers placed on and overthrown from the throne by the syed Brothers was:

2 / 25

Which of the following did not take part in the conspiracy for the fail of the Syed Brothers?

3 / 25

Bahadur Shah's policy of compromise and conciliation initially succeeded in improving relations with:

4 / 25

In 1788 the latter Mughal emperor Shah Alam II was blinded by an Afghan Chief called:

5 / 25

The son of Aurangzeb who succeeded him under the title of Bahadur Shah was:

6 / 25

In 1760, who stripped off the silver ceiling of the Diwan - i - khas at the Red Fort in Delhi and minted Rs.9 lakhs out of it?

7 / 25

Ahmed Shah Abdali or Durrani invaded India several times between 1748 and 1757.During which of his compaigns was he defeated and put to fight?

8 / 25

With whose support did Farrukhsiyar come to the throne after deposing Jahandar shah?

9 / 25

During whose reign was the government controlled by the Queen mother Udham Bai and her paramour?

10 / 25

Who deposed Shah jahan II and proclaimed Ali Gauhar as emperor with the title of Shah Alam II?

11 / 25

With the help of which of the following nobles did Jahandar shah secure the throne?

12 / 25

Which of the following was not one of the ways in which the invasions of Ahmad Shah Abdali affected the history of India?

13 / 25

A courtesan called Lal Kunwar dominated the affairs of the Mughal Empire during the reign of:

14 / 25

Two Puppet kings, namely Rafi -ud-Darajat and Rafi -ud-Daula whom the " king - makers" ( Syed Brothers) raised to the throne in quick succession were the sons of:

15 / 25

The Syed Brothers came into prominence and emerged powerful during the reign of:

16 / 25

Whom did Ahmad Shah Abdali proclaim emperor of India before leaving India after the third battle of panipat?

17 / 25

The last Mughal emperor who was deported to Rangoon by the English on the charge of participating in the revolt of 1857 was:

18 / 25

Which of the following played the role of king maker in placing Alamgir II on the throne?

19 / 25

The most powerful noble during the reign of Bahadur Shah and Jahandar shah was:

20 / 25

The governorship of Bengal became hereditary with:

21 / 25

Against whom did Bahadur Shah take strong measures and was able to contain his activities?

22 / 25

Where did the battle between the Armies of the Mughal emperor and Nadir Shah take place in February 1939?

23 / 25

The Later Mughal emperor Shah Alam II was actually known as:

24 / 25

Murshid Quli khan, the Mughal governor of Bengal, was originally:

25 / 25

At the time of third battle of panipat, the Mughal emperor was:

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