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Revolt of 1857

Revolt of 1857

  1. Who among the following British persons admitted the Revolt of 1857 as a National Revolt?
    1. Lord Dalhousie
    2. Lord canning
    3. Lord ellenborough Disraeli
    4. Disraeli
  2. One of the following rebels of 1857Revolt was killed in the Jungles of Nepal. Who was He/She?
    1. Rani Jhansi
    2. Tantiya Tope
    3. Kunwar Singh
    4. None of these
  3. The educated middle class in India
    1. Opposed the revolt of 1857
    2. Supported the revolt of 1857
    3. Remained neutral to the revolt of 1857
    4. Fought against native rulers
  4. Which one of the following commission is associated with the army Re-organization, after the suppression of Revolt of 1857?
    1. Public service commission
    2. Peel commission
    3. Hunter commission
    4. Simon commission
  5. ‘Indian war of independence 1857’ is written by
    1. SN Sen
    2. PC Majumdar
    3. VD savarkar
    4. SB Chaudhary
  6. With reference to the revolt of the year 1857, wo of the following was betrayed by a friend: captured and put to death by the British?
    1. Nana Sahab
    2. Kunwar Singh
    3. Khan Bahadur Khan
    4. Tantiya Tope
  7. Which part of India was silent when revolt of 1857 was spreading in India?
    1. South India
    2. North India
    3. Central India
    4. Western India
  8. Consider the following centers of the revolt of 1857
    1. Delhi
    2. Faizabad
    3. Bareilly
    4. Banaras
  9. Who was the leader of the centre of revolt namely ‘Arrah’?
    1. Kunwar Singh
    2. Dost Muhammad Khan
    3. Rae Ahmed Nawaz Khan
    4. Jang Bahadur
  10. Consider the following statements about the general causes of revolt of 1857
    1. The annexation by Dalhousie created panic  among rules of the native states.
    2. The Christian missionaries endangered the religion of Indians
    3. The revolt started with the muting of the company’s sepoys
      a. 1,2 and 3
      b. 1 and 2
      c. 1 and 3
      d. 2 and 3

Answers

1. d 2. b 3. c 4. b 5. c
6. d 7. a 8. a 9. a 10.a

 

 

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Revolt of 1857

Revolt of 1857

  1. Who among the following British persons admitted the Revolt of 1857 as a National Revolt?
    1. Lord Dalhousie
    2. Lord canning
    3. Lord ellenborough Disraeli
    4. Disraeli
  2. One of the following rebels of 1857Revolt was killed in the Jungles of Nepal. Who was He/She?
    1. Rani Jhansi
    2. Tantiya Tope
    3. Kunwar Singh
    4. None of these
  3. The educated middle class in India
    1. Opposed the revolt of 1857
    2. Supported the revolt of 1857
    3. Remained neutral to the revolt of 1857
    4. Fought against native rulers
  4. Which one of the following commission is associated with the army Re-organization, after the suppression of Revolt of 1857?
    1. Public service commission
    2. Peel commission
    3. Hunter commission
    4. Simon commission
  5. ‘Indian war of independence 1857’ is written by
    1. SN Sen
    2. PC Majumdar
    3. VD savarkar
    4. SB Chaudhary
  6. With reference to the revolt of the year 1857, wo of the following was betrayed by a friend: captured and put to death by the British?
    1. Nana Sahab
    2. Kunwar Singh
    3. Khan Bahadur Khan
    4. Tantiya Tope
  7. Which part of India was silent when revolt of 1857 was spreading in India?
    1. South India
    2. North India
    3. Central India
    4. Western India
  8. Consider the following centers of the revolt of 1857
    1. Delhi
    2. Faizabad
    3. Bareilly
    4. Banaras
  9. Who was the leader of the centre of revolt namely ‘Arrah’?
    1. Kunwar Singh
    2. Dost Muhammad Khan
    3. Rae Ahmed Nawaz Khan
    4. Jang Bahadur
  10. Consider the following statements about the general causes of revolt of 1857
    1. The annexation by Dalhousie created panic  among rules of the native states.
    2. The Christian missionaries endangered the religion of Indians
    3. The revolt started with the muting of the company’s sepoys
      a. 1,2 and 3
      b. 1 and 2
      c. 1 and 3
      d. 2 and 3

Answers

1. d 2. b 3. c 4. b 5. c
6. d 7. a 8. a 9. a 10.a

 

 

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