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- 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.
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.
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.
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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