MCQ Questions for Class 12 History: Ch 9 Kings And Chronicles

MCQ Questions for Class 12 History: Ch 9 Kings And Chronicles

1. According to Shihabuddin Suhrawardi’s philosophy, God was represented by the symbol of
(a) Emperor
(b) Sun
(c) Moon
(d) Lotus
► (b) Sun

2. The power of the Mughal dynasty diminished after the death of
(a) Jahangir
(b) Shah Jahan
(c) Aurangzeb
(d) Bahadur Shah Zafar II
► (c) Aurangzeb

3. The reign of Akbar was from:
(a) 1530-40 AD
(b) 1605-27 AD
(c) 1556-1605 AD
(d) 1628-58 AD
► (c) 1556-1605 AD

4. In Mughal administration, the court writers who recorded all court documents and imperial orders were called:
(a) Qazis.
(b) Wakil.
(c) Mir Bakhshi.
(d) Waqia Nawis.
► (d) Waqia Nawis.

5. The mother tongue of Mughal Dynasty was
(a) Persian.
(b) Turkish.
(c) Arabic.
(d) Greek.
► (b) Turkish.

6. Akbar shifted his capital from Fatehpur Sikri in 1585 AD to
(a) Agra
(b) Lahore
(c) Shahjahanabad
(d) Devagiri
► (b) Lahore

7. Gulbadan Begum was the author of
(a) Humayun Nama
(b) Shahjahan Nama
(c) Alamgir Nama
(d) Badshah Nama
► (a) Humayun Nama

8. The first Jesuit mission left the Mughal court at Fatehpur Sikri around
(a) 1580 AD.
(b) 1581 AD.
(c) 1582 AD.
(d) 1583 AD.
► (c) 1582 AD.

9. Gulbadan Begum was the aunt of
(a) Babur.
(b) Humayun.
(c) Akbar
(d) Sher Shah.
► (c) Akbar

10. The term 'Mughal' was used for Timurid rulers in sixteenth century by:
(a) Arabs
(b) Europeans
(c) Portuguese
(d) Iranians
► (b) Europeans

11. Name the dynasty which ruled India during 1526 to 1707.
(a) Lodi Dynasty
(b) Mughal Dynasty
(c) Tughlaq Dynasty
(d) Maurya Dynasty
► (b) Mughal Dynasty

12. What is meant by literal term of Kitabkhana?
(a) Book of Philosophy 
(b) Book of Politics
(c) Library
(d) None of the above
► (c) Library

13. ________ a pupil of Abul Fazal is known as its author.
(a) Abdul Hamid Khan
(b) Abdul Hamid Indori
(c) Abdul Hamid Jaipuriya
(d) Abdul Hamid Lahori
► (d) Abdul Hamid Lahori

14. _________ showing of the emperor to the public from the palace balcony.
(a) Jharokha Darshan
(b) Ankhon Darshan
(c) Drishti Darshan
(d) Chasme Darshan
► (a) Jharokha Darshan
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