Important GK Questions from Indian History for SSC/FCI Exam Set-18

Important GK Questions from Indian History for SSC/FCI Exam
Important GK Questions from Indian History for SSC/FCI Exam Set-18:
The List of Important GK questions from Indian History were given here, Candidates those who are preparing for the SSC CHSL/FCI Exam can use this material. 

1).At the time of Bindusara’s death, Ashoka was stationed as viceroy at
a)    Ujjain
b)    Texila
c)    Dhauli
d)    Girnar



2).Ashoka completely banned the slaughter of
a)    Cows
b)    Goats
c)    Deers  
d)    All the above



3).An India animal which earned the highest admiration of every Greek writer on Mauryan India is
a)    Musk Deer
b)    Rhinoceros
c)    Elephant
d)    Goat



4).Which of the following statement is incorrect?
a)    Chandragupta was succeeded by his son Bindusara
b)    Kautilya was Chandragupta’s mentor and guide
c)    Chandragupta died in South India
d)    Chandragupta was known to the Greeks as ‘Amitrochates’



5).Who among the following was the Greek ambassador of Antiochus I of Syria sent to the court of Bindusara?
a)    Antigonus
b)    Deimachos
c)    Diodorus
d)    Megasthenes




6).Put in the chronological order
                  Ⅰ.Sisunaga dynasty
                  Ⅱ.Alexander’s invasion
                 Ⅲ.Kalinga war
                 Ⅳ.Megasthenes visit to India
      Select the correct answer
a)    Ⅰ, Ⅱ ,Ⅲ, Ⅳ
b)    Ⅰ, Ⅱ ,Ⅳ, Ⅲ
c)    Ⅱ, Ⅲ, Ⅳ, Ⅰ
d)    Ⅳ, Ⅲ, Ⅱ, Ⅰ



7).Charumathi, one of the daughter’s of emperor Ashoka married a kshatriya of  Nepal  named
a)    Anandapala  
b)    Suryapala
c)    Devapala
d)    Mahipala



8).According to kalhana’s  Rajatarangini , Ashoka’s  favourite deity was
a)    Buddha
b)    Vishnu
c)    Krishna
d)    Lord Shiva



9).In which regnal year of Ashoka’s reign did the kalinga war take place?
a)    Second
b)    Fourth
c)    Sixth
d)    Eighth



10).Which Mauryan King in his old age abdicated the throne and went to the South India?
a)    Chanragupta  Maurya
b)    Bindusara
c)    Ashoka
d)    Dasaratha