History One-Liners for various competitive examinations
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Maximum questions come from this portion in different competitive exams.
Here are some important History one-liners for students competing for various exams
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1-The era which is counted from 78 A.D. is the Saka era.
2-The famous poet Kalidasa lived in the court of Chandra Gupta II.
3-The first Buddhist Council was held at Rajagriha.
4-The first grammarian of the Sanskrit language was Panini.
5-The first Indian ruler who joined the subsidiary Alliance was The Nizam of Hyderabad.
6-The first great empire to the south of the Vindhayas was of the Satavahanas.
7-The famous resolution on Non-Cooperation under the inspiration of Mahatma Gandhi was adopted in a special session of Congress held at Calcutta in September 1920.
8-The famous Mehrauli Iron Pillar inscription describes the conquest of Chandragupta II.
9-The Eight-fold path was enunciated by The Buddha.
10-The first metal to be extensively used by the people in India was Copper.
11-The first political organization established in India in 1838 was known as Zamindari Association.
12-The foremost astronomer and mathematician of the Gupta period were Aryabhatta.
13-The first Persian ruler who occupied part of Indian Territory was Darius I.
14-The first postage stamp was issued in Karachi.
15-The fourth and the last Buddhist Council was convened by Kanishka.
16-Robert Baden-Powell was the founder of Boy Scouts and Girl Guides movement.
17-The founder of Jainism was Parsavanatha.
18-The foundation of the modern education system in India was laid by Macaulay’s Minutes of 1835.
19-The first translator of Mahabharata into Tamil was Perundevanar.
20-The Gandhara school of Art was influenced most by the Greeks.
21-The Ghadar Party was founded (November 1913) at San Francisco, the USA by Lala Har Dayal.
22-The General who gave the firing order at Jallianwala Bag was Dyer.
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