History One-Liners for various competitive examination

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History One-Liners for various competitive examination

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 Maximum questions come from this portion of different competitive exams.

Here are some important History one-liners for students competing for various exams

Watch some of the important Bits below. 


1- Treaty of Rajpurghat was signed on December 25, 1805, between Holkar and –


2-Who said Ask not, Say not Think not caste. Think only Gods.


3-Under the Government of India _ the British Crown assumed direct administration of India in the new British Raj.


4-The Seven Years War (1756–1763) resulted in the defeat of the _ forces.


5-In 1661 the company obtained _ from Charles II.


6-Robert Clive, the Governor General of the –


7- Joseph François Dupleix was the commander of the _ forces in India.


8-Who set up the dual system of administration in Bengal?


9-In 1913 – founded the Advaita Ashram at Aluva.


10-Atmopadesa Satakam is the work of _


11-The first statue of the Guru was conceived by _.


12-Seringapatnam was the capital of _.


13-Year of the Battle of Buxar is _.


14-The Treaty of Mangalore was in the year _


15- Mahe was a colony of _.


16-Year of the Battle of Wandiwash is _.


17-Year of the Battle of Plassey is _.


18-Who made a remarkable contribution to the development of Local government?


19-The Vernacular Press Act was passed in _.


20-The ‘Sepoy Mutiny’ was in the year _.


 

ANS-

1-British
2-Shree Narayana Guru
3-Act of 1858
4-French
5-Bombay
6-British
7-French
8-Robert Clive
9-Narayana Guru
10-Shree Narayana Guru
11-Moorkoth Kumaran
12-Tipu Sultan
13-1764
14-1784
15-French
16-1760
17-1757
18- Lord Ripon
19-1878
20-1857


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