History- Important One Liner-Sept 18, 2017

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History- Important One Liner-Sept 18, 2017

 

1-Aryabhatta wrote the famous book ‘Surya Siddhanta’.

2-The galaxy of scholars in the court of Chandragupta Vikramaditya are Amar Singh, Brahmagupta, Varahmihira, Dhanvantri, Aryabhatta, and Kalidasa.

3-Ujjain was the second capital of Chandragupta Vikramaditya

4-Ibrahim Lodi was defeated by Babar in the First Panipat war

Ibrahim Lodi
Ibrahim Lodi

5-The treaty of Srirangapatna was signed between Tipu Sultan and Cornwallis

6-The territory of Porus who offered strong resistance to Alexander was situated between the rivers of Jhelum & Chenab

7-In the year, 1853 the competitive examination system for civil service was accepted.

8-Mir Bakshi was required to look after Military affairs in the administration of Akbar

9-Tamralipti was the famous sea-port on the east coast of India during Gupta period

10-During Gupta period, the art of making temples started

11-The famous sea-port on the west coast of India during Gupta Period was Broach.

12- The cave paintings of Ajanta belonged to Gupta period.

Ajanta
Ajanta

13-Samudragupta was the follower of Hindu religion and he was a worshiper of Vishnu.

14-The Indian National Congress(INC) was formed in 1885 by A.O.Hume. He is an Englishman and a retired civil servant.

15- Indian National Congress was split into two groups namely the extremists, which were led by Bal, Pal, Lal and another group the moderates led by G.K.Gokhale. The split took place at the Surat session in 1907.

16-Ghadar Party was formed by Lala Hardayal, Taraknath Das, and Sohan Singh Bhakna. Its HQ was in San Francisco.

17-Jallianwala Bagh Massacre took place on April 13, 1919. It is General O’ Dyer, who fired at people assembling in the Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar.

18-Two brothers, Mohd.Ali and Shaukat Ali started Khilafat Movement

19-Home Rule Movement was started by B.G.Tilak at Poona and Annie Besant and S.Subramania Iyer at Adyar, near Madras.

20-Indian Councils Act is also known as Minto Morley Reforms (1909)

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