Medieval Indian History GK Part 2

Medieval Indian History GK Part 2:

  • Who says ‘Abide pure amidst the impurities of the world’- Guru Nanak.
  • The Tuluva dynasty was founded by- Vira Narasimha.
  • The Bahmani kingdom reached its peak under the guidance of- Mahmud Gawan.
  • In Akbar’s reign, the land which was cultivated every year and never left fallow is termed- Polaj.
  • In the 13th century, the Chishti Order was established in the Deccan by- Shaikh Burhanuddin Gharib.
  • Who compiled the Guru Granth Sahib- Guru Arjan.
  • During the reign of Humayun two Persian artists________were patronized- Mir Syed Ali and Abdus Samad.
  • The unique feature of the administrative system of the Mughal Empire was- Manasabdari System.
  • Who introduced the altamgha grant on the Central Asian Model- Jahangir.
  • Who wrote Humayun-namah- Gulbadan Begum.
  • Who was the guardian of Shivaji- Dadaji Kondadev.
  • The last and the longest campaign conducted by Shivaji was against- Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
  • After the fall of Raigarh to the Mughals, the next capital of the Maratha government was- Satara.
  • The Bahamani Kingdom was founded by- Alauddin Hasan Bahman Shah.
  • Two important taxes, ‘Chauth’ and ‘Sardeshmukhi’ were introduced by- Shivaji.
  • Sir Thomas Roe, the ambassador of English King, came to the Mughal Court at Agra during the reign of- Jahangir.
  • Who wrote Persian verses under the name ‘Gulrukhi’- Sikander Lodi.
  • ‘Dagh and Chehra’ system in the military was introduced by- Alauddin Khalji.
  • Who built the city of ‘Dinpanah’- Humayun.
  • Chand Bibi who ceded Berar to Akbar was the ruler of- Ahmednagar.
  • The Maratha artillery in the Third Battle of Panipat was commanded by- Ibrahim Khan Gardi.
  • The Sikh Khalsa was founded by- Guru Gobind Singh.
  • The last Peshwa who became British Pensioner and lived for about thirty years at Bithur near Kanpur was- Baji Rao II.
  • The Mughal Emperor extended up to Tamil territory in the South under the ring of- Aurangzeb.
  • The Battle of Khanwa in 1527 was fought between- Babur and Rana Sanga.
  • Which is considered to the earliest example in India of the Double Dome- Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi.
  • The greatest Painter of Birds at Jahangir’s court was- Mansur.
  • The Maratha ruler Shivaji ruled his kingdom with the help of a Council of Ministers called- Ashta Pradhan.
  • The original name of Tansen was- Ramtanu Pandey.

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