Pak Studies Solved Past Papers MCQs Online Test No. 93

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Pak Studies
Subject Pak Studies Test 93
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

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Lecturer Pak Studies Online Test No. 93

1 / 25

The tribal leaders, who was regarded as an incarnation of God and Father of the World, was:

2 / 25

The play Nil Darpan (1860) of the famous Bengali writer Dinbandhu Mitra portrays the oppression of:

3 / 25

Which of the following was the leader of the pagal panthi sect that defied authority and set the tenants against the Zamindars?

4 / 25

In which part of India did the revolt of the Wagheras of Okha Mandai against the imposition of the British rule take place during the early nineteenth century?

5 / 25

Which of the following leaders of the revolt of 1857 escaped to Nepal and whose subsequent movements were never known there after?

6 / 25

Which of the following was the leader of the uprising of Orissa Zamindars (1804-17) against the British rule?

7 / 25

The agrarian unrest in East Bengal during 1872-76 was largely directed against the oppression of:

8 / 25

The rebellions of the Moplah peasants of Malabar during 1836 to 1854  were directed against the oppression of:

9 / 25

Which of the following was the leader of waliullah movement?

10 / 25

A popular movement of the nineteenth century, which was much better planned, organised and knit than the Revolt of 1857, was:

11 / 25

What was the occasion for the first mutiny of the Indian sepoys which occurred in 1764?

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Which of the following was not one of the Rajas of South India to raise the banner of revolt against the British?

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Which of the following was the leader of the revolt of 1857 in  Rohilkhand?

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In which of the following battles with the Sikhs did the partisans of the holy war suffer a terrible defeat in which syed Ahmad lost his life?

15 / 25

The agrarian outbreak, also known as the Deccan Riots, in the Poona and Ahmednagar districts of Maharashtra in 1875 was mainly directed against:

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Which of the following was not one of the measures taken by the British to break up the Wahabi movement which was practically liquidated around 1884?

17 / 25

Which of the following tribals rebelled in 1831-32 since their villages were being transferred from their headmen to Sikh and Muslim revenue farmers?

18 / 25

Which of the following towns was chosen as the headquarters of the wahab in 1826?

19 / 25

The wrath of the indigo agitations of the nineteenth century was mainly directed against the oppression of:

20 / 25

Which of the following was the chief organizer of the revolt of 1857 in Bihar?

21 / 25

Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi captured Gwalior with the help of:

22 / 25

The resistance to British rule during the early phase up to 1857 took three broad forms. Which of the following was not one of them?

23 / 25

During the Revolt of 1857 the most trusted adviser of Emperor Bahadur Shah was:

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Which of the following Governors - general was responsible for passing the famous Regulation XVII of 1829 which declared sati illegal and punishable by courts?

25 / 25

What was common between the Wahabi and the Kuka movements?

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