History One-Liners for various competitive examinations
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Here are some important History one-liners for students competing for various exams
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1- The period between AD 750 and AD 1200 is known as an early medieval period of Indian History.
2- In the period between AD 750–AD 1000, there was a political power that was confined among Gurjara Pratiharas in north India, Palas in eastern India and Rashtrakutas in South India.
3- The armed conflict among these three powers i.e Gurjara Pratiharas in north India, Palas in eastern India and Rashtrakutas in South India is known as a Tripartite struggle.
4- During the period AD 1000– AD 1200, the power of Tripartite struggle reduced.
5-The Red Fort, Jama Masjid, and Taj Mahal are some of the magnificent structures built during Shah Jahan.
6-Shahjahan’s reign is described by French traveler Bernier and Tavernier and the Italian traveler Nicoli Manucci.
7-Shah Jahan’s real name was Khurram. The ruler was born to Jodha Bai, the daughter of Raja Jagat Singh.
8- Shah Jahan introduced the Char-Taslim in the court.
9-Shahjahan ascended the throne in 1628 after his father’s death.
10-It was Peter Mundi, who described the famine that occurred during Shahjahan’s time.
11-The original name of Shahjahan’s wife Mumtaj Mahal was Arzumand Bano.
12-Mumtaj Mahal died in 1631 after three years of Shah Jahan’s accession to the throne.
13-Shahjahan built the Taj Mahal at Agra in 1632- 53 in the memory of his wife.
14-Shahjahan was imprisoned by his son Aurangzeb in the Agra Fort. He was under house arrest in Agra Fort from July 1658 until his death in January 1666 and later, he was buried at Taj (Agra).
15-Shahjahan was the fifth Mughal emperor, who reigned from 1628 to 1658.
16-The period of Shahjahan’s reign is widely considered to be the golden age of Mughal architecture.
17-On 31 July 1658, Aurangzeb crowned himself emperor under the title ‘Alamgir’.
18- Aurangzeb had four sons Dara Shikoa, Aurangzeb, Shah Shuja and Murad.
19-Aurangzeb was coronated twice. He was the only Mughal king to be coronated twice.
20- Aurangzeb captured the 9th Guru of Sikhs i.e Guru Teg Bahadur in 1675 and executed him when he refused to embrace Islam.
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