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-Raja Rammohan Roy is known for establishing Vedanta college, English school and Hindu college at Calcutta.
2-On December 17, 1928, Bhagat Singh and his colleagues shot dead Saunders.
3- Kingsford, the unpopular judge of Muzaffarpur was attacked by a bomb by Khudiram Bose and Prafulla chaki in 1908.
4-First Anglo-Sikh war took place during the period of Governor General Lord Hardinge.
5-Gandhiji started the first mass-based political movement in the name of Non-cooperation Movement (1920).
6-Subhash Chandra Bose joined the INA at Singapore in July 1943.
7- It is on Aug. 8, 1942, Gandhiji gave the slogan Do or Die in Bombay.
8-Aryabhatta penned the famous book ‘Surya Siddhanta’.
9-Indo Greeks were the first to attribute coins to the kings.
10-Mughal emperor Jahangir ’s tomb is outside India.
11-Vatapi was the capital of the Chalukyas.
12- The Firdausi order of Sufism was popular in Bihar.
13-Vardhamana Mahavira was a contemporary of Gautama Buddha.
14-Gupta ruler Yasodharman defeated the Huna ruler, Mihirakula.
15-Senguttuvam belonged to Chera dynasty.
16-Surendranath Banerjee led the agitation against the Partition of Bengal (1905).
17-Swami Dayanand Saraswati gave the motto ‘Go back to the Vedas’.
18-Satavahanas belonged to Andhra region.
19- Magadh was initially the most powerful city-state of Indian in the 6th century B. C.
20-Apabhramsa is a work of the Jains.
21- Varuna is the most important divinity of Rigveda.
22-Indus city Mohenjo-Daro was known for water management.
23- Shishunaga transferred his capital from Patliputra to Vaishali.
24-The first Buddhist Council was held in the reign of Ajatashatru.
25-Delhi became the capital of India in 1911.
26-Bhakta Tukaram was a contemporary of Mughal emperor Jahangir.
27-Nasir-ud-din-Mahmud was the last ruler of the Tughlaq dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate.
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