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A history of british india.
When the British left India, there were _________ princely States in India.
A.562
B.572
C.652
D.752
Social science
A history of british india.
What problems were faced by Indian weavers due to British industrialization?
Social science
A history of british india.
The British defeated the Gurkhas and were compelled to sign the treaty of ____ in 1816.
A) Mangalore
B) Sagauli
C) Butwal
D) Sheoroj
Social science
A history of british india.
The Mahalwari system was in place during the year __________
A. 1833
B. 1853
C. 1803
D. 1793
Social science
A history of british india.
Mansabdari System but the authority bestowed upon them was not unbridled but with the direct control of these nobles in the hands of the king was introduced by ______
A. Akbar
B. Sher Shah
C. Humanyun
D. Jahangir
Social science
A history of british india.
The Mahalwari system was in place during the year __________
A. 1833
B. 1853
C. 1803
D. 1793
Social science
A history of british india.
Mansabdari System but the authority bestowed upon them was not unbridled but with the direct control of these nobles in the hands of the king was introduced by ______
A. Akbar
B. Sher Shah
C. Humanyun
D. Jahangir
Social science
A history of british india.
Who gave the slogan 'Dilli Chalo' ?
A. Jawaharlal Nehru
B. Raj Bihari Bose
C. Mohan Singh
D. Subhash Chandra Bose
Social science
A history of british india.
Give reason:European trading companies came to India in the 18th century.
Social science
A history of british india.
Sangolli Rayanna struggle was from the Belagavi division.
A. True
B. False
Social science
A history of british india.
Robert Clive defeated Nawab Siraj ud-Daulah of Bengal in _____
A. Battle of Buxar
B. Battle of Plassey
C. Battle of Panipat
D. None of these
Social science
A history of british india.
When did Francis Day get madras from Chandragiri Raja?
A. 1639
B. 1641
C. 1643
D. 1644
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