History One-Liners- For competitive exams-Date Jan 3, 2018

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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

Watch some of the important Bits below. 


 

1- History of Kashmir kings was known by the book ‘Rajatarangini’ written by Kalhana.


2- Abu-Rayhan- Al-Biruni (born 987 AD) was a Muslim scientist and historian, who wrote Kitab-Al-Hind.


3-South India- Cholas were the successful rulers.


4-The ancient capital of Cholas was Uraiyur.


5-The second capital of Cholas was Tanjavur.


6- Rajaraja I was considered the most powerful Chola ruler.


7- Rajendra Chola built a temple of Gangaikonda Cholapuram.

 

Gangaikonda Cholapuram
Gangaikonda Cholapuram

 

 

 

 

 

 


8-The World’s finest images are known to be Bronze images of Cholas.


9- Land donated to Jains was known as Pallichenandam.


10- In the Chola kingdom land was given to Brahmins, it was called Brahmadeya.


11- Land granted to educational institutions was said to be Shalabhogas.


12- Uttarameruru was known as the famous Chola inscription.


13- Periyapuranam is a source to know the life of people in Chola kingdom.


14-  The smallest divisions of Chola Empire were Nadus.


15-  Thousand Pillar Temple – Warangal is 150 km away from Hyderabad. It was built by King Rudra Deva in the year 1163 A.D. Thousand Pillar Temple reflects the magnificence of the Chalukya Kings.

 

Thousand Pillar Temple
Thousand Pillar Temple

 

 

 

 

 


16- The first capital of Kakatiyas was Hanamkonda.


17- The second and important capital of Kakatiyas was Orugallu(Warangal).


18- Kakatiyas worshipped God ‘Svayambhu Siva‘.


19- The one and only woman ruler of Kakatiya dynasty was Rudramadevi.


20-  The kingdom of Rudramadevi was visited by Marcopolo.


21- The trinity of poets who wrote Andhra Mahasabha was called as Kavitrayam. They are Nannaya, Tikkanna, and Errapragada.


22- Nannaya was called Adikavi of Telugu language.

Nannaya
Nannaya

 

 

 

 

 


23-  The famous historian Mohammad Bin Tuglaq defeated one of the kings of Kakatiya the Prataparudra in 1323 AD.


24- Open Courtyard Angaram was there in the Kakatiya kingdom.


25- In 1323 AD comes to the end of Kakatiyas.


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