||The Gupta dynasty ruled during –
||Which rulers had performed four Ashwamedhas?
||Who is known as the Napoleon of India?
||Who is called ‘the Napoleon of Ancient India’?
||The first Gupta ruler to assume the title of “Param Bhagavata” was –
||The Allahabad Pillar inscription is associated with which one of the following?
||Ashoka & Samudragupta
||The Ashoka Pillar at Allahabad provides information about the reign of?
||Prayag Prashasti tells about the military campaign of –
||An inscription by whom on the pillar containing Prayag Prasasti of Samudragupta?
||Which of the following inscriptions reveals information about the Silk Weavers Guild?
||Prithivyah Pratham Veer’ was the title of –
||The iron column, located in the courtyard of Delhi’s Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque is a retention of –
||Which dynasty was distracted the most by the Hunas invasion?
||The Hunas invaded India during the reign of –
||Who among the following Gupta Rulers conquered Hunas?
||The Gupta emperor who defeated the ‘Hunas’ was?
||From which inscription it is known that Skandagupta defeated Hunas?
||Bhitari Pillar Inscription
||Who is known as a ‘Saka-conqueror’?
||Who was the first Gupta ruler to issue silver coins?
||From the third century AD when the Huna invasion ended the Roman Empire, the Indian merchants relied more and more on the –
||South-East Asian trade
||Which ports handled the North Indian trade during the Gupta period?
||Centers located in Gujarat, Bengal, Deccan, and Tamil The country during the Gupta period was associated with which of the following –
||Who is known for his Ayurvedic thematic composition during the Gupta period?
||Which among the Nine Gems of Chandragupta was associated with Astrology?
||Kalidasa was in the ruling period of –
||Which (among these) are Gupta’s gold coins?
||The silver coins issued by the Guptas were called –
||Who was the first Gupta ruler to issue coins?
||In Sanskrit plays written during the Gupta period women and Sudras speak –
||Which is the main teaching of Gita?
||Nishkama karma yoga
||The first inscriptional evidence of the Sati Pratha has been found from –
||Who established Gupta Samvat?
||The gradual decline of towns was an important feature of which period?
||Which ruling dynasty donated the maximum number of villages to temples and Brahmins?
||In Ancient India, which dynasty’s rule was considered the Golden Age?
||What was the land revenue rate in the Gupta age?
||Sixth part of the production
||What is the land revenue rate in religious books?
||What is a valid tax according to Hindu law?
||One-sixth of the yields
||The Gupta Empire granted tax-free agrarian land to whom –
||Which type of land was called ‘Aprahat’?
||Without cultivated forest land
||In ancient India, the irrigation tax was called –
||In the 3rd AD, Warangal was famous for –
||Tormad was from the racial group of –
||Who defeated the Huna ruler Mihirakula?
||Chinese traveler ‘Sungyun’ came to India in –
||515 AD to 520 AD
||The ancient Indian play Mudrarakshasa of Visakhadutt has its subject on –
||The ancient Indian play Mudrarakshasa of Visakhadutt has its subject on
||In the ancient period, which Varna was also called ‘Sarthavaha’?
||With reference to the period of the Gupta dynasty in ancient India, the towns Ghantasala, Kadura, and Chaul were well-known as –
||ports handling foreign trade
||The game of ‘Chess’ is said to have originated in –
||Mrichchhakatika’ is an ancient Indian book written by Shudraka that deals with –
||The love affair of a rich merchant with the daughter of a courtesan
||Whose contribution is there in ancient Sankhya Darshan?
||The system of philosophy propounded by Kapila Muni is –
||Sankhya’ Philosophy is propounded by –
||Who propagated ‘Yoga Darshan’?
||The inventor of Yoga was –
||When is International Yoga Day celebrated?
||Which one of the following is not part of “Ashtanga yoga”?
||The writer of Mahabhashya ‘Patanjali’ was a contemporary of –
||The founder of the school of Navya-Nyaya was –
||Gangesh & Udayana
||“Live well, as long as you live. Live well even by borrowing, for once cremated, there is no return.” This rejection of the afterlife is an aphorism of the –
||Which is the highest value according to Charvaka?
||The Nyaya Philosophical system was propagated by –
||The author of ‘Nyaya Darshan’ was –
||Mimansa was initiated by –
||The theory of Karma is related with –
||Which schools of philosophy is of the opinion that Vedas contain the eternal truth?
||Which pairs does not form part of the six systems of Indian Philosophy?
||Lokayata and Kapalika
||The Founder of Advaita Philosophy is –
||According to Advaita Vedanta, Mukti can be obtained?
||Who is called the founder of Indian Atomism?
||Which philosophies of India propounded the atom theory?
||The Badami rock inscription of Pulakesin I is dated in the Saka year 465. If the same were to be dated in Vikrama Samvat, the year would be –
||A Chalukya inscription is dated in the year 556 of the Saka era. It is equivalent to –
||According to Puranas, the prime place of Chandravanshi’s ruler was –
||The Capital of Maukharri was –
||Information regarding the time of Harsha is contained in the books of –
||Who has written the ‘Harshacharita’?
||Emperor Harsha had shifted his capital from Thaneshwar to –
||Harshavardhana organized two great religious conventions –
||Kannauj and Prayaga
||he place in U.P. where Harsh Vardhana organized the Buddha mega convention –
||Emperor Harsha’s Southward march was stopped on the Narmada River by –
||who had defeated Harshavardhana?
||The Chalukyan ruler Pulakesin’s victory over Harsha was in the year –
||In whose reign period the Chinese Traveller Hiuen-Tsang visited India?
||Which Chinese traveler visited India during Harshavardhana’s rules?
||Which phrases defines the nature of the ‘Hundi’ generally referred to in the sources of the post-Harsha period?
||A bill of exchange
||The famous Chinese pilgrim Fa-Hien visited India during the reign of –
||During Hiuen Tsang’s tour in India’s most famous city for the production of cotton clothes –
||The term ‘Kausheya’ has been used for –
||Chinese traveler Hiuen Tsang studied at the University of –
||The major reason behind remembering Hiuen-Tsang is –
||Composition of Sei-Yu-Kei
||The Chinese traveler who visited Bhinmal was –
||The famous Travelogue ‘Si-Yu-Ki’ is linked with –
||Chinese writers mention India by the name of –
||Nalanda University was destroyed by –
||Nalanda Vihar was destroyed by–
||The most ancient monastery in India is –
||Nalanda is located in –
||During the Gupta Period, the main business center was –
||In travel through India, Fahhien mentioned a hospital, it was located at –
||The Chinese Pilgrim who visited India in the early 6th century was –
||Adi Shankar who later became Shankaracharya was born in –
||Where are the four monasteries established by Adi ‘Shankaracharya’ situated?
||Joshimath, Dwarka, Puri, Sringeri