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WBCS 2019 | UPSC Indian Modern History Questions Quizzes Day- 28

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Question 1.
.Har Bilas Sarda was Instrumental in the passage of the famous Sarda Act of 1930, which provided for
enforcing monogamy
removal of restrictions on intercaste marriages
penalisation of parties to a marriage in which the girl was below 14 or the boy was below 18 years of age
civil marriages

Question 2.
The Revolt of 1857 in Awadh and Lucknow was led by
Wajid Ali Shah
Begum Hazrat Mahal
Asaf-ud-daula
Begum Zeenat Mahal

Question 3.
The Nawab of Awadh who permanently transferred his capital from Faizabad to Lucknow was
Safdarjang
Shuja-ud-Daulah
Asaf-ud-daula
Saadat Khan

Question 4.
Queen Victoria's famous proclamation, transferring authority from the East India Company to the Crown , was made from
London
Calcutta
Delhi
Allahabad

Question 5.
Govind Dhondu Pant, popularly known was Nanasaheb, and one of the principal leaders of the Revolt of 1857, was the adopted heir and successor of
Peshwa Baji Rao II
King of Jhansi
Madhav Rao Sindhia
Malhar Rao Holkar

Question 6.
During the first hundred years of the British rule In India, people's resentment and Opposition to the British policies mainly surfaced In the form of
Tribal uprisings
Peasant uprisings
Civil uprisings
Both (a) and (b) above
Question 7.
The peasant movements, revolts, riots, struggles, etc. in 19th century, India remained mainly localised because
they were mainly directed against enhancement in rent, evictions, usurious practices of moneylenders, etc.
the peasants had no leadership and organisation
they grew out of local grievances
the big landlords were allies of the British

Question 8.
The Deccan Riots of 1874-75 in Maharashtra were directed against
Big landlords
Moneylenders
Revenue collectors
British opium planters

Question 9.
The main cause of the tribal uprisings of the 19th century was
the British land settlements and land laws had created tension in the tribal society
Christian Missionary activities in the tribal areas
the British Forest Laws
new excise regulations and police exactions

Question 10.
One of the best known tribal rebellions In Bihar, known as Ulgulan (meaning Great Tumult), was launched by the Mundas under the leadership of
Kanhu
Sidhu
Birsa Munda
Rampa Munda

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WBCS 2019 | UPSC | Indian Modern History Questions Quizzes Day- 28 : 

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