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TODAY WE ARE GOING TO TELL YOU KNOW YOUR HISTORY PART -2. FRIENDS THIS POST IS GOOD FOR COMPETITIVE EXAM.
KNOW YOUR HISTORY PART -2
Q.1. The Indian National Congress was formed at ………
its foundation on 28 December 1885 by A.O Hume, a retired British officer, until the time of independence of India on 15 August 1947, the Indian National Congress was considered to be the largest and most prominent Indian public organization, and central and defining influence of the Indian Independence Movement .
After independence of India in 1947,Mahatma Gandhi asked the leaders to dissolve Indian National Congress and form new organisation to govern the nation. Allan Octavian Hume
Retired British ICS officer AOH , founded the Indian National Congress (A political party of India (British India to Free India)) to form a platform for civic and political dialogue of educated indians In the Indian Rebellion of 1857 and the transfer of India from the East India Company to the British Empire (the Raj), it was the goal of the Raj to support and justify its governance of India with the aid of English-educated Indians, who would be familiar and friendly to British culture and political thinking. Ironically, a few of the reasons the Congress grew and survived in the era of undisputed British hegemony, was through the patronage of British authorities, Anglo-Indians, and a rising Indian, English language educated, class
Q.2. …………….. is said to have invaded india 17 times .
Ans. Mahmud of Ghazni
In 998 AD, the Turkish conqueror, Mahmud of Ghazni, succeeded his father, and established a huge empire in Central Asia, with capital at Ghazni, the present-day South Kabul. He was 27 years old then and the first ruler to get the title as “Sultan”, which means authority, thereby implying his power and strength. For 17 times, he attacked India during the period between 1000 and 1027 AD, a significant event in the history of India.
Q.3. Brahmo Samaj was founded by ……….
Ans. ( Raja Ram Mohan Roy)
Q.4. The second Battel of Tarain was fought in ………
The Battles of Tarain, also known as the Battles of Taraori, were fought in 1191 and 1192 near the town of Tarain (Taraori), near Thanesar in present-day Haryana, approximately 150 kilometres north of Delhi, India
Q.5. The Capital of Harshavardhan’s kingdon was at ……..
The Empire of Harsha revived the past glory of the Gupta Empire in northern India.The economy of northern India prospered and his capital at Kanauj became a great centre of trade. During his early career he possessed a force of 5,000 elephants, 20,000 cavalries, and 50,000 infantry and with this, he overran northern India. After the conquest of almost the entire of northern India, his military resources were so increased that he could field an army with 100,000 cavalry and 60,000 elephants. His long run of victories was only broken when he was defeated by Pulkesi ii of the Chalukya dynasty
Q.6. The last Ruler of the Mughal dynasty was …………
Ans. Bahadur Shah Zafar
Q.7. The …………………………….. observed 16 August ,1946 as the ‘Direct Action Day’.
Ans. Muslim League