General Knowledge Page - 028

#  The announcement of 'Communal Award' by British Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald was made on 
August 16, 1932


#  The British Prime Minister Atlee announced the withdrawal of the Britishers in the House of Commons from India on 
February 20, 1947


#  The Queen Victoria assumed the title of the Empress of India in 1876 by 
The Royal Titles Act passed by British Parliament in 1876


#  Following the passages of the famous Quit India resolution, the top Congress leaders were arrested on 
August 9, 1942


#  Mahatma Gandhi went to South Africa in 1893 in connection with the trial of a Merchant 
Abdulla Seth


#  Which revolt was made famous by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee in his novel Anand Math ? 
Sanyasi Rebellion


#  The period between 1885-1905 is commonly known as the period of 
Moderate Nationalism


#  Who said, 'India is for Indians' ?
Dayanand Saraswati



#  In 1821 Raja Ram Mohan Roy started the Bengal quarterly 
Samvad Kaumudi


#  The Cabinet Mission to India was headed by 
Lord Pathick Lawrence


#  Who said, "I am with you whole heartedly and in terms of culture also I am one of you" ? 
Annie Besant


#  At which Congress Session was the working committee authorised to launch a programme of Civil Disobedience? 
Lahore Session in 1929


#  Whose words are these-"I am very happy that the Congress is continuously going downhill." 
Lord Elgin


#  Who said, "One Country One God, One Caste, One Mind Brothers all of us Without Difference, Without Doubt" ? 
V.D. Savarkar


#  The first man after the revolt of 1857 who wanted to overthrow the British regime by means of an armed rebellion and establish self-government in India was 
Vasudeo Balwant Phadke


#  Who committed the most daring murder of Sir Curzen Wyllie in 1907 in a public meeting in London? 
Madan Lal Dhingra


#  In a series of articles published in 1893 called 'New Lamp for Old' who severely criticised the loyalty of the Congressmen towards the Britishers ?
Aurobindo Ghosh


#  The Governor-General who followed a spirited Forward policy towards Afghanistan was 
Lord Lytton


#  Who said-"You do not realise how strong the government is, if the Congress Challenges the government would finish it in five minutes." 
Gopal Krishna Gokhale


#  Whom did the Britishers call 'the Father of Indian disaffection and the biggest traitor' ? 
Bal Gangadhar Tilak


#  The National College in Calcutta had been established on 
August 14, 1906


#  When was the famous Gandhi-Irwin Pact signed? 
In 1931


#  The country which was the main centre of Gadar Movement was 
America


#  The leader of the Congress who was totally in favour of the Cabinet Mission Plan was 
Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel


#  Swami Vivekanand attended and addressed the World Parliament of Religion in Chicago in 
1893


#  Who established in 1893 the Society for the Removal of Obstacles to the Hindu Religion? 
The Chapekar Brothers


#  In 1906, Dadabhai Naoroji had passed a resolution approving the issues of swadeshi and national education in 
The Calcutta Session of the Indian National Congress


#  The portfolio held by Dr. Rajendra Prasad in the Interim Government formed in the year 1946 
was 
Food and Agriculture


#  The term Chihilganis in history is used to refer to 
The Iltutmish's forty slaves


#  The capital cities of Indus Valley Civilization were 
Harapa and Mohenjodaro


#  The first carnatic war came to an end with the treaty of 
– Aix-La Chapell (1748)


#  With the annexation of lower Sindh, the whole of Sindhi was subjugated by Muhammad Ghur in 
The year 1182 A.D.


#  In 1699, Guru Gobind Singh-one of the prominent gurus and tenth guru of Sikhs established 
The Khalsa

#  The Ashoka pillar at Allahabad provides information about the reign of 
Samudragupta



#  The earliest system of writings (inscriptions) is found in 
The Harappa seals


#  Lothal, Sutkagendor, Allahdino, Balakot and Kuntasi were the port cities of 
Indus Valley Civilization


#  The person who wrote the book Bahuvivah was 
Ishwar Chand Vidyasagar


#  Under Harshvardhan in the seventh century A.D. the centre of political gravity in India shifted from Magadh to 
Kannauj


#  The founder of Sunga dynasty was 
Pushyamitra Sunga


#  Which king of ancient India is referred to by modem writers as 'a monk in a king's garb? 
Ashoka


#  Who was the Governor-General of India when 1857 revolt broke out? 
Lord Canning


#  The battle of ten kings as mentioned in Rig Veda fought against Sudas (Bharata king of Tritsus family) was fought on the bank of 
Parushani (Ravi) river


#  The founder of the philosophy of Vedanta/Uttara-Mimansa was 
Badarayana


#  The Dutch established their earliest factory at 
Surat


#  Who was the first editor of the Yugantars? 
Barendra Ghosh


#  In Rig Vedic period, the basis of both social and political organisation was 
The Kula (Family)

#  The founder of Sikh religion Guru Nanak Dev was born in 
The year 1469

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