Complete MCQ questions on Mughal Age for all Competitive Examination.

Complete MCQ questions on Mughal Age for all Competitive Examination.

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1) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire in India?a) Akbar
b) Aurangzeb
c) Shah Jaha
d) Babur

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2) In which year Mughal Empire was established?a) 1530
b) 1526
c) 1532
d) 1556

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3) The Mughal Emperor who died due to a sudden fall from the staircase of his Library?a) Babur
b) Humayun
c) Akbar
d) Aurangzeb

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4) Who was the greatest ruler of the Mughal Empire?a) Humayun
b) Akbar
c) Aurangzeb
d) Shahjahan

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5) 2nd Battle of Panipat was fought between whom? a) Babur – Hemu
b) Shershah – Humayun
c) Akbar – Hemu
d) Babur- Lodhi

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6) The most famous musician of the Navratna of Akbar was.a) Bande Bahadur
b) Todarmal
c) Tansen
d) Lal Kalawant

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7) Who was the commander in chief of Akbar?a) Todarmal
b) Bairam Khan
c) Abul Fazl
d) Ramtanu Pandey

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8) Who was the last emperor of the Mughal Empire?a) Aurangzeb
b) Bahadur Shah 1
c) Shah Alam
d) Bahadur Shah 2

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9) When was Akbar died?a) 1600
b) 1603
c) 1605
d) 1610

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10) What was the name of the Akbar’s Biography?a) Akbarnama
b) Baburnama
c) Tujk e baburi
d) Tujk e Jahangiri

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11) What is the name of the Autography of Babur?a) Ain e Baburi
b) tuzk e Baburi
c) Baburnama
d)None of the above

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12) Ain-e-Akbari and Akbarnama were written bya) Abul Fazl
b) Bairam khan
c) Tansen
d) Todarmal

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13) What is the original name of Mumtaz mahala) Mehrunnisha
b) Gulbadan Begum
c) Arjumand Banu Begum
d) Laddli Begum

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14) Who was the chief architect of the Taj Mahal?a) Ahmed Khan
b) Muhammad Khan
c) Makramat Khan
d) Ustad Ahmed lahouri

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15) Humayunnama was written by–a) Humayun
b) Akbar
c) Abul Fazl
d) Gulbadan Begum

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16) In which year Aurangzeb died?a) 1600
b) 1605
c) 1700
d) 1707

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17) Who was called Zinda Pir in the Mughal empire?a) Akbar
b) Jahangir
c) Shahjahan
d) Aurangzeb

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18) The capital of the Mughal empire shifted from Agra to Delhi by– a) Akbar
b) Jahangir
c) Shahjahan
d) Aurangzeb

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19) Which Mughal emperor assumed the title of Alamgir? a) Akbar
b) Jahangir
c) Shahjahan
d) Aurangzeb

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20) The famous Peacock throne was built by which Mughal Emperor?a) Shahjahan
b) Akbar
c) Babur
d) Bahadur Shah Jafar

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21) The Battle of Khanwa in 1527 was fought between?a) Babur and Ibrahim Lodhi
b) Babur and Rana Sangha
c) Humayun and Shershah
d) Humayun and Ibrahimm Lodhi

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22) Who was defeated in the battle of Kannauj by Sher Shah Suri in 1540?a) Babur
b) Akbar
c) Humayun
d) Shah Jahan

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23) Grand Trunk road was made bya) Shahjahan
b) Akbar
c) Sher Shah Suri
d) Aurangzeb

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24) Humayun’s Tomb was constructed by whom?a) Akbar
b) Jahangir
c) Shahjahan
d) Haji Begum

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25) Where was the tomb of Babur located?a) Agra
b) Delhi
c) Kabul
d) Burma

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26) Which Sikh Guru was killed by Aurangzeb?a) Guru Govind Singh
b) Guru Ramdas
c) Guru Arjan Dev
d) Guru Tegh Bahadur

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27) In which year battle of Haldighati was fought between Akbar and Rana Pratap Singh?a) 1575
b) 1576
c) 1556
d) 1761

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28) In which year Battle of Buxur was fought between British Empire and Combine force of Bengal, Awadh and Mughals?a) 1761
b) 1762
c) 1763
d) 1764

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29) Which Mughal emperor gave land to the construction of Golden Temple in Amritsar?a) Akbar
b) Jahangir
c) Shahjahan
d) Aurangzeb

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30) Which mughal emperor prohibited the use of Tobacco?a) Babur
b) Akbar
c) Jahangir
d) Aurangzeb

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31) Which of the following englishmen was honoured by the title of “English Khan” by Jhanagrr?a) Sir Thomas Roe
b) Martin Duke
c) Sir William Hawkins
d) Edward Terry

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32) Which Mughal ruler lifted the “Jizya Kar” on hindu?a) Babur
b) Humayun
c) Akbar
d) Aurangzeb

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33) During Mughal period Finance Minister was known as–a) Wakil
b) Amin
c) Diwan
d) Kotwal

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34) Which of the following Mughal emperor was Illitrate?a) Akbar
b) Jahangir
c) Shahjahan
d) Aurangzeb

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35) During Mughal Period the copper coin was known as–a) Rupee
b) Dam
c) Tanka
d) Shamshi

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36) Nadir shah invaded india and took peacock throne and Kohinoor diamond in–a) 1730
b) 1735
c) 1739
d) 1740

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