||What was the ‘district’ known as during the Mughal administration?
||What was the district called during the Mughal period?
||Who was the head of the army in the Mughal period?
||Who among the following was appointed as a physician in the Mughal service?
||In the Mughal administration ‘Muhtasib’ was –
||an Officer-in-Charge of public morals
||In medieval India, why was the mansabdari system introduced?
||Ensuring clean administration
||In medieval India, the Mansabdari system was introduced mainly for –
||Effecting clean administration
||What was the principal source of State income in Mughal India
||In Mughal administrative vocabulary ‘Maal’ represents–
||The Mughal Emperor prohibited the use of tobacco –
||‘Madad-i-Mash’ indicates in Mughal administration –
||Revenue Freeland granted to learned person
||Who among the following rulers issued some coins with figures of Rama and Sita and Devanagari legend ‘Rama-Siya’?
||During the Mughal rule, the copper coin was known as –
||The meaning of the word Bantai during the Medieval period was?
||System of calculating revenue
||The term ‘Chakla’ has been used in Medieval Indian History sources. This was –
Territorial unit between Subah and Paragnah, but not identical to Sarkar
||Which Mughal period canals, was constructed by restoring the Rajabwah of Firuz Shah?