MCQs Madhya Pradesh Imp Events and Dynasties 2

1.    Parmar dynasty was established by whom in the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh ?

  • Upendra
  • Siyaka I
  • Bakapati I (Krishnaraj)
  • Harsha

In 818 BCE, Upendra established the Parmara dynasty in the Malwa region and made Ujjaini as his capital.

2.    Which ruler of Madhya Pradesh was a great scholar, writer, builder and a warrior ?

  • Man Singh
  • Bajbahadur
  • Raja Bhoj
  • Surajsen

Raja Bhoj was the most powerful King of the Parmar dynasty, who had mastered both pen and sword and also established schools etc. His compositions are ‘Samarangansutra’ and Saraswati Kanthabharan’.

3.    Which place did the Parmar rulers make their capital ?

  • Indore
  • Dhar
  • Ujjain
  • Khandwa

In the medieval period, the parmar dynasty ruled the Malwa region. Their capital was Dhar the founder of Parmar dynasty was Upendra (Krishnaraj), and Bhoj the majestic ruler of this dynasty.

4.    Raja Munj and Raja Bhoj have been the majestic kings of which dynasty ?

  • Holkar
  • Parmar
  • Chola
  • Chandela

Raja Munj and Raja Bhoj were the majestic King of the Paramar dynasty. They ruled over Dhar district. Munj built the Munj Sagar lake in Dhar.

5.    Who was the founder the parmar dynasty (Initial) ?

  • Bhoj
  • Munj
  • Krishnaraj (Upendra)
  • Siyak (Shriharsh)

Parmar dynasty was founded by Krishnaraj or Upendra, but the first independent and majestic king of this dynasty was siyak or Shriharsh. Its capital was Dhar city. The ancient capital was Ujjain. ‘

6.    Which of the following ruler of Parmar dynasty adopted a son for his successor ?

  • Siyaka I
  • Siyaka II (Harsh)
  • Vakpati I
  • Upendra

According to the famous treatise Chintamani, Parmar ruler Siyaka II (Harsha) adopted Munj as the adopted son for successor, who was later the ruler of Parmar dynasty.

7.    Munj, the ruler of the parmar dynasty, held which title ?

  • Amoghvarsh
  • Pritivi Vallabh
  • Shrivallabh
  • All of the above

Munj, the ruler of the Parmar dynasty of Malwa, performed Amoghvarsha, He held the titles of Prithvi Vallabh and Shrivallabh.

8.    Who among them was not the ruler of the Parmar dynasty ?

  • Upendra
  • Munj
  • Gangeyadeva
  • Udayaditya

The Parmar dynasty was founded by Upendra or Krishnaraj. The majestic king of this dynasty was Bhoj. Information about Parmar dynasty is received from Uday Prashasti. Munj, Udayaditya Bhoj, Siyak II, Navashshank Charit, sindhuraj etc. occurred in this dynasty.

9.    From which article the information about the invasion on Dhar city is obtained ?

  • Depalpur
  • Mangai article
  • Udaipur Prashasti
  • Betma

The Chalukyas attacked the city Dhar of Bhoj, whose information is obtained from the Mangai inscription.

10. Who built the Saraswati temple in Dhar ?

  • Raja Bhoj
  • Jagaddeva
  • Yashovarman
  • Jayvarman

Bhoj the majestic ruler of Parmar dynasty built his capital dhar city and Bhoj built the sarastati temple there. In addition to the, Bhoj also constructed Bhojtal in Bhopal inscription.

11. Which of the following is not correctly mathched ? Ruler of Parmar Dynasty – Surname ?

  • Vakaptai I – Krishnaraj
  • Munj – Vakapati raj
  • Harsh – Siyak II
  • Mihir Bhoj – Kaviraj

Option (A), (B), and (C) is correctly matched whereas kaviraj title is for Raja Bhoj of Parmar dynasty and not for Mihir Bhoj.

12. King Bhartruhari Caves were built by kings of which dynasty ?

  • Parmar Dynasty
  • Pal Dynasty
  • Gupta Dynasty
  • Kalchuri Dynasty

The caves of King Bharthari located in Ujjain were built by the King of the Parmar dynasty in 11th century.

13. Which ruler of the Parmar Dynasty defeated the kalchuri ruler of tripuri, Yuvraj II.

  • Siyak I
  • Kalchuri I
  • Munj
  • Raja Bhoj

King Munj, ruler of Parmar dynasty defeated Kalchuri ruler Yuvraj II and took Tripuri under him.

14. The parmar family was founded by

  • Maratha
  • Shakasa
  • Satvahana
  • Rashtrakuta

15. Who was the most majestic ruler and sanskrit’s eminent scholar ruler of the Parmar dynasty ?

  • Munj
  • Harsh
  • Siyak
  • Bhoj

Raja Bhoj was the most powerfull ruler and eminent scholar ruler in Sanskrit, of the Parmar dynasty of Malwa.

16. Which ruler of Parmar dynasty waa famous as Kaviraj ?

  • Raja Bhoj
  • Raja Munj
  • Vakapati |
  • Siyaka II

Raja Bhoj has been famous as Kaviraj in Indian history because of being a learned scholar of Sanskrit.

17. Which of the following book is not written by Kaviraj Raja Bhoj?

  • Samranganasutra Dhar (Vastu Shastra)
  • Siddhant Sangrah
  • Tattvaprakash (Shaivite Granth)
  • Malavikagnimitram

Other books of Raja Bhoj are – Saraswati Kantabharan, Rajamartand, Yogasutravrutti, Vidyavinod, Yukti Kalpataru, Charucharcha, Prakrit vyakaran, Shabdaanushasana etc. & Malavikagnimitram is the book of Kalidasa.

18. Which sanskrit book is composed by Raja-Bhoj?

  • Saraswati Kantabharan
  • Samranganasutradhar
  • Yukti Kalpataru
  • All of the above

The famous Sanskrit book composed by Raja Bhoj Parmar are Saraswati Kanthabharana, Samranganasutradhar, Yukti Kalpataru, Charucharcha, Udant Martand, Siddhanta Vigraha, Vidya Vinod ete.

19. Which Sanskrit treatise composed by Raja Bhoj has a detailed description of architecture?

  • Saraswati Kantabharan
  • Samranganasutradhar
  • Yukti Kaipataru
  • Siddhant Vigraha

The 65th chapter of the Sanskrit treatise Samaranganasutradhar composed by Raja Bhoj Parmar gives a detailed description of architecture.

20. From which article is the information about ; the invasion of Dhar city obtained?

  • Depalpur
  • Mangai article
  • Udaipur Prashasti
  • Betma

Around 1047, Chalukya Someshwar I of Kalyani defeated Raja Bhoj and took over the city of Dhar. In the last days of his life, Tripuri’s Kalchuri king Lakshmi Karna of the Chalukya ruler Bhima jointly invaded Malwa in 1063 in which Raja Bhoj died. Full description of this is found in the Mangai inscription.

21. Which of the following ancient dynasty is related to Madhya Pradesh?

  • Chauhan
  • Vardhan
  • Parmar
  • All

Among the above options, Parmar Dynasty is related to Madhya Pradesh , which was founded by Krishnaraj (Upendra). Bhoj was the majestic ruler of the Parmar dynasty.

22. Which ruler of the Parmar dynasty gave proprietor of king to more than 500 Sanskrit eminent scholars?

  • Raja Bhoj
  • Raja Munj
  • King Sindhuraj
  • King-siyak

Abul Faz], one of the nine gems of the Mughal ruler Akbar, has mentioned in his book Ain-iAkbari that more than 500 Sanskrit scholars of Sanskrit were crowned in the court of Raja Bhoj Parmar, the ruler of Malwa.

23. Which ruler of the Paramar dynasty shifted his kingdom capital from Ujjayini to Dhar city?

  • Raja Bhoj
  • Raja Munj
  • King Upendra
  • King Sindhuraj

During his reign, Raja Bhoj Parmar shifted the capital of Malwa from Ujjayini to Dharanagari (Dhar).

24. At which place is the most famous ‘Saraswati’ temple built by Raja Bhoj located?

  • Mandu
  • Dhar
  • Indore
  • Ratlam.

The most famous “Saraswati Temple” built by Raja Bhoj is located in Dhar. It is currently known as Bhojshala.

25. After the death of which famous ruler, this proclamation is famous for him – both academics and acholars got disappointed with his death?

  • Jay Singh
  • Munj
  • Bhoj
  • Sriharsh.

After -.e ea: o Raja oj, proclamation became famous that both his academics and scholars were disappointed with his death, because Raja Bhoja was a majestic ruler and was known as

26. Who constructed Kalika Temple and Saraswati Sadan in Dhar?

  • King Sindhuraj
  • Raja Munj
  • King Vakapeti
  • Raja Bhoj

Kalika Temple and Saraswati Sedan (Bhojshala) in Dhar were built by Raja Bhoj Parmar.

27. Who built Tribhuvan Narayan Temple in Chittorgarh?

  • Maharaja Pratap
  • Raja Bhoj
  • Yashodharman
  • Sindhuraj

Explanation : The Tribhuvan Narayan Temple in Chittorgarh was built by Raja Bhoj Parmar. At that time Chittorgarh was the territory of Raja Bhoj.

28. Which city was established by Parmar?

  • Bhopal
  • Dharanagari (Dhar)
  • Udaipur
  • Vidisha

Bhoj Parmar, the ruler of Malwa, established Bhojpal (present nameBhopal) in the 11th century among the Vidhyachal hills, which presently is the capita! of Madhya Pradesh.

29. Which temple of Madhya Pradesh is called Somnath of Madhya Pradesh?

  • Bhojeshwar Temple (Bhojeshwar)
  • Virateshwar Temple (Shahdol)
  • Maheshwar Temple (Maheshwar)
  • Pashupatinath Temple (Mandsaur)

Explanation : Bhojeshwar Temple (Bhojpur District – Raisen) built by Raja Bhoj is the highest Shivling (elevation 2.03 m) of the state which is called Somnath of Madhya Pradesh.

30. Which one of the following statements is false?

  • Raja Bhoj Parmar ruled from 1000 E to 1065 BE.
  • Raja Bhoj Parmar’s empire was spread til] Malwa, Chittorgarh, Khandesh, Konkan and Godavari Pati.
  • King Bhoj shifted his capita) from Ujjayini to Dharanagari.
  • King Bhoj defeated Kalchuri ruler Karnadeva.

Option (A) (B) and (C) above are correct, while option (d) is false as King Bhoj Parmar defeated Kalchuri ruler Gangeyadeva, while Kaichuri ruler vas defeated by Karnadeva (threesome union).

31. Which temple built by Raja Bhoj ie still considered to be incomplete in terms of architecture?

  • Bhojeshwar Temple
  • Udayeahwar Temple
  • Kalika Temple
  • Tribhuvan Narayan Temple

The Bhojeshwar temple built by Raja Bhoj in Bhojpur of Raisen district, which is still considered to be as incomplete in terms of construction and architecture.

32. After the death of which Malwa ruler, it is said that Dhar has become unsupported?

  • Munj
  • Siyaka
  • Bhoj
  • Vakapati I

After the death of KRaja Bhoj Parmar, the great ruler of Malwa in 1055, the general public and historians said that Dhar has become without support.

33. In October 2014, Cenotaphs of which dynasty of Madhya Pradesh were State protected?

  • Holkar dynasty
  • Pawar dynasty
  • Chandel Dynasty
  • Sindhiya dynasty

On 16 October 2014, the State Government declared the historic cenotaphs of Pawar dynasty of Dhar as a state protected monument in terms of archaeological importance.

34. Khajuraho was mentioned by ……. as the capital during the raids and conquests of Mohammad Ghaznavi.

  • Faihen
  • Tansen
  • Pushyamitra
  • Al-Baruni

The Khajuraho was mentioned by AlBiruni as the capital during the raid and conquest of Mohammad Ghazni.

35. Which Moroccan traveler mentioned about the Khajuraho temple in his writings?

  • Al-Baruni
  • Faihen
  • Ibn-battuta
  • Sher Shah Suri

Ibn-Battuta was a Moroccan traveller who came to India during the reign of Mohammed bin Tughlaq and in his book titled Rehala, he described Khajurahas.

36. Who got the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh entered in the Delhi Sultanate for the first time?

  • Mahmud Ghazavi
  • Mohammad Gauri
  • Aibak
  • Alauddin Khilji

Alauddin Khilji was the first ruler of the Sultanate who invaded Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh. In 1306, der the leadership of Ain-ul-Mulk, the army was sent to Malwa.

37. Dilawar Khan started the Malwa Sultanate, and established its capital in ………..

  • Mandu
  • Vidisha
  • Burhanpur
  • Ujjain

Dilawar Khan started the Malwa Sultanate in 1390-91 and made Mandu his capital. Hoshang Shah was the son of Dilawar Khan.

38. Who was the founder of the Chandel dynasty of Khajuraho?

  • Nannuka
  • Jejaka
  • Yashovarman
  • Jayshakti

The Chandel dynasty was founded by Nannuka in 825 at Khajuraho in present Chhatarpur district.

39. In the reign of the Chandel dynasty, the Bundel Khand region was known as?

  • Kharjurvahak
  • Jejakabhukti
  • Shursen
  • Kannauj

During the reign of the Chandel dynasty, the Bundel Khand region was known as Jojak Bhukti, after which Rudrapratap Bundela established the Bundela kingdom in the region in the 16 century, since then the region was called as Bundelkhand.

40. From where did Cunningham get the coins of Dharmapala?

  • Avanti
  • Eran
  • Maheshwar
  • Satna

Explanation : Dharmapala was the ruler of the Chandel dynasty. Eran is Located near Sagar (M.P.), Satipratha is mentioned in Eran.

41. Who was the first majestic ruler of the Chandel dynasty of Khajuraho?

  • Yashodharman
  • Yashovarman
  • Vidyadhar
  • Dhangadeva

Explanation : The first great ruler of the Chandel dynasty of Khajuraho was Yashovarman who kingdom.

42. Where has been the rule of Chandel rulers been?

  • Vindhyan Pradesh
  • Bundelkhand
  • Malwa
  • Mahakaushala

The founder of the Chandel dynasty was Nannuka. The Chandel rulers ruled Bundel Khand.He also built temples in Khajuraho near Chhatarpur in the 9th century.

43. Unique specimen of architecture,’ The temples of Khajuraho’ were constructed during the reign of which Chandel ruler?

  • Yashovarman
  • Dhangdev
  • Gangdev
  • Kirtivarman.

Dhangadev built the Parshvanath, Vishwapath and Vaidyanath temples. The ruler Dhangadeva is considered to be the father of real independence of the Chandelas and the construction of Khajuraho temples began during his reign (950 to 999).

44. The rulers of which dynasty built the world famous temples of Khajuraho?

  • Chola
  • Chandel
  • Parmar
  • Holkar.

The world famous temples of Khajuraho were built by the Chandela rulers in the 9“ century. Kandaria Mahadev, Chausath Yogini etc. are prominent in these temples.

45.  ‘Alha Udall’ mentioned in folk tales was a commander of(Dairy Producer Exam 2016)

  • Parmar ruler
  • Chandel Ruler
  • Pratibara ruler
  • Rashtrakuta ruler

Alha udal mentioned in folk tales was the commander of Paramardidev, a Chandel ruler. He was related to Mahoba. The description of 52 wars of Alha-Udal is found in the Alha Khand (section) of Jagnik.

46. Who assisted in the construction of Khajuraho temple of architecture?

  • Chandel
  • Gurjar-Pratihara
  • Chahman
  • Parmar

The Khajuraho temples are unique exanoples of the Nagar style located in Chhatarpur district, which are made of sandstones. UNESCO deciared them as world heritage in 1986. The Chandela rulers built these temples.

47. Who built the Lakshman Temple located in Khajuraho?

  • Dhangdev
  • Gandev
  • Vijaydev
  • Yashovarman

Explanation : Chandel ruler Yashovarman got the Laxman temple constructed at Khajuraho. A statue of Lord Vishnu ie installed in it. One lakh craftsmen have worked im its construction.

48. What was the most important victory of Chandel ruler Yashovarman?

  • Kalinjar Vijay
  • Mithila Vijay
  • Gwalior Vijay
  • Chepi (Kalchuri) Vijay

Explanation : The most important victory of Chandel ruler Yashovarman was Kalinjar victory, in which he defeated Gurjar-Pratihara ruler Mahipal.

49. The ruler of the Chandel dynasty who was a great conqueror as well as a skilled builder?

  • Yashovarman
  • Dhangdev
  • Mandidev
  • Vidyadhar

Dhangdeva, the ruler of the Chandel dynasty was a great conqueror as well as a skilled builder, who built highest number of grand temples made up of stones at Khajuraho.

50. Dhangdeva was the ruler of which dynasty?

  • Chandelas of Jejakabhukti
  • Parmaras of Malwa
  • Mahishmati’s Kalchuris
  • Kalchuris of Tripuri

Dhangadeva was the ruler of the Chandel dynasty of Jejakabhukti. He ruled from 950 to 999 E.

51. Which ruler of the Chandela dynasty ruled over Gopadri (Gwalior) during his reign?

  • Yashovarman
  • Dhangdev
  • Vidyadhar
  • Paramardidev

The Chandel ruler Dhangdeva defeated the Kachhapaghata, the ruler of Gopadri (Gwalior) and took control of Gwalior.

52. Who built Vishwanath temple and Parshwanath temple in Khajuraho?

  • Dhangdev
  • Gandadev
  • Vidyadhar
  • Vijaypal

Vishwanath Temple and Parshwanath Temple at Khajuraho have been built by Chandel ruler Dhangadeva.

53. Which is the oldest temple in Khajuraho temples?

  • Laxman Temple
  • Chausath Yogini Temple
  • Vishwanath Temple
  • Kandariya Mahadev Temple

The most ancient temple among the world famous Khajuraho temples is the Chausath Yogini Temple, made up of granite stone.

54. Who was the most powerful ruler of the Chandel dynasty of Khajuraho?

  • Yashovarman
  • Dhangdev
  • Vidyadhar
  • Paramardidev

Vidyadhar was the most powerful ruler of Chandel dynasty of Khajuraho who thwarted the invasion of Turko invader Mahmud Ghaznavi in year 1019.

55. Kandariya Mahadev Temple at Khajuraho was built by?

  • Yashovarman
  • Dhangdev
  • Vidyadhar
  • Devarman

The famous Kandariya Mahadev Temple of Khajuraho was built by Chandel ruler, Vidyadhar.

56. Where did Paramardidev Chandel establish his capital?

  • Gath Kunthar
  • Khajuraho
  • Mahoba
  • Kalinjer

In the 12th century, Chandel ruler Paramardidev had established his capital at Mahoba (U.P.).

57. Yashovarman was the mighty ruler of which dynasty?

  • Chola
  • Chalukya
  • Chandel
  • Kalchuri.

Yashovarman was the son and successor of Lakshman Varman Harsh. He built the Vishnu temple of Khajuraho and attacked Kannavj. And after defeating Devpal, he captured the Vishnu idol and during his time Chandela’s power was at the peak and he conquered Gaur Khas, Kaushala, Kashmir, Malwa, Chedi, Kuru, Gurjar etc.

58. Alha and Udal were the brave feudal warriors of which Chande! ruler?

  • Yashovarman II
  • Paramardidev Chandel
  • Trilokyavarman
  • Kirat Singh Chandei

Explanation : Alha Udal, were two brave feudal warriors of Chandel ruler Paramardidev, who fought 52 wars in his life.

59. Pandit Jagnik, who was the creator of Bundeli Lok-sahitya Alhakhand, was a courtesan scholar of which Chandel ruler?

  • Yashovarman
  • Kirat Singh Chandel
  • Paramal Chandel
  • Trilokyavarman Chandel

Pandit Jagnik, the Bundeli folk poet, was crowned by the Chandel ruler of Mahoba, Paramal (Paramardidev) Chandel. P. Jagnik has created Alhakhand.

60. Which ruler of Chandel dynasty was defeated by Prithviraj Chauhan?

  • Kirat Singh Chandel
  • Hammirvarman
  • Parmardidev Chandel
  • Bhojavarman

In 1182, Prithviraj Chauhan, the ruler of Delhi, defeated Paramardidev (Parmaal) Chandel, the Chandel ruler of Mahoba.

61. Chandels made which region their capital?

  • Khajuraho
  • Vidisha
  • Mandu
  • Dhar

The Chandels made their capital Khajuraho in Chhatarpur district. This place is famous for ite architecture. The founder of the Chandel dynasty was Nannuka. He made Khajuraho their capital.

62. Which ruler of the Chandel dynasty surrendered to Qutubuddin Aibak in 1202 and accepted his subjugation?

  • Prithvivarman
  • Mardanavarman
  • Trilokyavarman
  • Paramardidev

In 1202, Paramardidev Chandel, the ruler of Mahoba, surrendered to Qutubuddin Aibak and accepted subjugation.

63. That valiant feudal warrior of Parmardidev Chandel, about whom it is said che is given the gift of immortality by Maihar’s goddess Sharda?

  • Alha
  • Udal
  • Malkhan
  • Shiyanand

Explanation : It is believed that, as a result of the devotion of the feudal warrior Alha of Paramardidev Chandel, the ruler of Mahoba, Maihar’s goddess Sharda gave him the boon of immortality.

64. Queen Durgavati of Gondwana dynasty was a princess of which ruler of Chandel dynasty?

  • Yashovarman II
  • Paramardidev
  • Kirat Singh Chandel
  • Veeravarman Chandel

Princess Durgavati was married to Mahoba ruler Kirat Singh Chande) to Dalpat Shah, son of the Gondwana ruler Sangramshah, who later became the ruling queen of Gondwana.

65. Who was the ruler of Kalinjar when Sher Shah Suri attacked the fort of Kalinjar in 1544-457

  • Trilokyavarman
  • Hammirvarman
  • Veeravarman II
  • Kirat Singh Chandel

When Sher Shah Suri attacked Kalinger in 1544-45, the ruler of Kalinjar at that time was Kirat Singh Chandel. Sher Shah Suri died due to hand grenade burst in this attack.

66. Baz Bahadur the ruler of Mandu was contemporary with which ruler?

  • Jahangir
  • Babur
  • Akbar
  • Aurangzeb

After the death of Shujayat Khan in 1556 E, his son Mia Bayazid Khan ascended the throne. His name was Bar Bahadur, he had been busy with his queen Rupamati in upgrading musical and fine arts. He was contemporary of Akbar.

67. Which ruler of the Chandel dynasty was defeated the Kalchuri ruler Vijaydev in 12127

  • Trilokyavarman
  • Veeravarman
  • Bhojavarman
  • Hammirvarman

Chandel ruler Trilokyavarman defeated the Kalchuri ruler Vijayadeva in 1212 and took over the Kalchuri kingdom.

68. In Madhya Pradesh, the original place of Kachchhapaghat dynasty was

  • Gopadri (Gwalior)
  • Nalpur (Narwar)
  • Dilippur (Datia)
  • Esaah (Morena)

Gopadri (Gwalior) was the original place of the Kachchhapaghat dynasty in Madhya Pradesh.

69. The ruler of the Kachchhapaghat dynasty regarded himself as whose child?

  • Dasharatha
  • Shriram Lav
  • Kush

The ruler of the Kachchhapaghat dynasty  considered himself the offspring of Kash, son of King Shriram of Ayodhya.

70. When did King Nal of Narwar (Nalpur) build the fort of Narwar?

  • 141 AD
  • 294 AD
  • 351 AD
  • 815 AD

In 294 AD, the fort of Narwar was built in King Nal, the ruler of the Kachchhapaghat dynasty.

71. What was the name of the daughter of Bhimrath, the powerful ruler of Vidarbha, who was married to King Nal of Nalpur?

  • Kalavati
  • Rajvasanti
  • Damayanti
  • Vidyottama

The name of the daughter of Bhimratha, the mighty ruler of Vidarbha, who was married to King Nal of Nalpur (Narwar), was Damayanti.

72. The Kachchhapaghat dynasty ruled in which region?

  • Gwalior-Sihoniya (Morena)
  • Narwar (Nalpur)
  • Doob kund (Sheopur)
  • All of the above

The original place of the Kachchhapaghat dynasty was Gopadri. It has ruled as three branches in Gwalior Sinhoniya (District-Morena), Karera-Narwar (District-Shivpuri) and Doob kund (District Sheopur).

73. Who was the founder of the Gwalior branch of the Kachchhapaghat dynasty?

  • Mahipal
  • Padmapal
  • Vajradaman
  • Raja Nal

The founder of the Gwalior branch of Kachchhapaghat dynasty was the king Vajradaman.

74. According to historian Cunningham, who was the first ruler of the Kachchhapaghat dynasty?

  • Raja Nal
  • Raja Vrajdaman
  • Raja Surajsen
  • King Mahipal

According to the famous historian Cunningham, the first ruler of the Kachchapaghat dynasty was king Surajsen, who ruled in Kuntalpuri (Kutwar district-Morena). Later on, ruled over Gwalior region.

75. Gwalior fort was constructed by?

  • Raja Surajeen
  • Vajradaman
  • Raja Man Singh Tomar
  • Jayajirao Scindia

Gwalior Fort, famous as Gems of Forts (Gibraltar Fort of India), was built in 727 by King Surajesen, the Kachhapaghat ruler.

 

76. Who built the Kakanamath temples in Sihoniya?

  • Mahipal
  • Padmapal
  • Surajeen
  • Vajradaman

The Kakanmath temples were built by the Kachhapaghat ruler Mahipal in Sihoniya situated on the banks of the Aasan river in Morena district.

77. Which ruler of the Kachchhapaghat dynasty conquered Gwalior from the Chandel ruler?

  • Raja Surajsen
  • Raja Vrajdaman
  • Suryapal
  • Ajaypal

Kachchhapaghat ruler Vrajdaman defeated Chandel ruler Dhangadeva in 997 and won Gwalior and made Gwalior, the capital of Kachchhapaghat dynasty.

78. Who built the only temple of ‘Saas-bahw’ in Gwalior?

  • Padmapal
  • Suryapal
  • Ajaypal
  • Asakaran

The foundation of the ‘Saas-Bahu’ temple in Gwalior was laid by the Kachchhapaghat ruler Padampal and the construction work was done by King Mahipal.

79. Who built the temple ‘Saas-bahu’, the one and only temple made of Dravid style in Madhya Pradesh?

  • King Jaibal
  • King Dhang
  • Mahipal
  • Raja Bhoj

It was constructed in 1093 by the Kachhwaha ruler Mahipal. This temple is located in Gwalior. There is a statue of Lord Vishnu in this temple.

80. Whoee statue is installed in the temple of Saasbahuw’ in Gwalior?

  • Sane-bahu
  • Kartavirya Sehastrajun
  • Lord Vishnu
  • Lord Shiva

The idol of Lord Vishnu is enshrined as Sahastrabahu in the temple of ‘Saas-bahu’ in Gwalior, which later came to be known as Saas-Bahu’’s temple (the original name was Sahastrabahu temple).

81. Who was the founder of the Kachchhapaghat dynasty in Nalpur (Narwar)?

  • Vrajdamen
  • Sumitra
  • Padmapal
  • Mahipal

The Kachchapaghat dynasty was founded by Sumitra, son of Vajradaman in Narwar of Shivpuri district.

82. Where the pillar article of Sati practice related to Kachchhapaghat is found?

  • Kulavar (Guna)
  • Narwar (Shivpuri)
  • Pavaya (Gwalior)
  • Sihoniya (Morena)

Explanation : A Sati pillar article (time-1272) related to the Kachchhapaghat dynasty has been received in Kulavar village of Guna district, in which two Kachchavatha prince Sinhadeva and Devapala died when their wives became Kuvaladevi and Kuntadevi Sati respectively.

83. Where is the ‘Saas-bahu’ Lake built?

  • Karera (Shivpuri)
  • Narwar (Shivpuri)
  • Esaah (Morena)
  • Kuntwar (Morena)

A ‘saas-bahu’ Lake is built in the fort complex of Karera in Karera of Shivpuri district, which has been built by the Kachchhapaghat rulers.

84. Who was the founder of the Kachchhapaghat dynasty of Doob kund (District-Sheopur)?

  • Yuvraj
  • Abhimanyu
  • Arjun
  • Vijaypal

The founder of the Kachchapaghat dynasty of Doob kund (District Sheopur) was Yuvraj.

85. Which ruler of Doob kund’s Kachchhapaghat dynasty had the title of ‘Kachchapaghat Kulbhushan’?

  • Vijaypal
  • Yuvraj
  • Arjun
  • Abhimanyu

Yuvraj, the ruler of the Kachchhapeghat dynasty of Doob kund had the title of Kachchhapaghat Kulbhushapn’.

86. Kakanmath temple in Sinhoniya is related to which religion?

  • Shaivism
  • Vaishnavism
  • Shakta Dharma
  • Bhagwat Dharma

Kakanamath temple in Sinhoniya (District Morena) is related to Shaivism.

87. Which region was ruled by the Yajvapal – dynasty?

  • Gwalior
  • Narwer
  • Morena
  • Datia

In view of the weak condition of Delhi Sultanate. Yajyapal dynasty was established in Narwar region of Shivpuri district.

88. Who was the founder of Yajvapala dynasty?

  • Chahaddev
  • Nirvarman (Narvarman)
  • Asalladev
  • Ganpatidev

In 1242, Chahaddev established the Yajvapal dynasty at Narwar in Shivpuri district. Before this, Chahaddev was the ruler of Ranthambhor (Rajasthan).

89. Where was the original place of the Yajvapal dynasty?

  • Junagadh (Gujarat)
  • Kannauyj (Uttar Pradesh)
  • Ratnagiri (Maharashtra)
  • Pataliputra (Bihar)

The original place of Yajvapal dynasty was Ratnagiri (Maharashtra) and his Kuldevi was Maharunda.

90. Historian Colonel Tod has named Chahaddev, the founder of Yajvapal dynasty, as the brother of which great ruler?

  • Chalukya ruler Bhima I
  • Prithviraj Chauhan
  • Gurjar Pratibara ruler Nagabhatta
  • Kalchuri ruler Yuvraj

Historian Colonel Tod has named Chahaddev, the founder of Yajvapal dynasty, as brother of Prithviraj Chauhan, the ruler of Ajmer and Delhi.

91. Mandsaur Fort was built by which ruler?

  • Suarajsen
  • Mohammad-bin-Tughlaq
  • Alauddin Khilji
  • Jahangir

In 1305, Alauddin Khilji sent a team of soldiers under the leadership of Ain-ul-Mulk to Malwa aud teok ever Mandu and the fort of Mandsaur was also built by Alauddin Khilji.

92. The empire of the Yajvapal dynasty was sprea till?

  • Narwar Suravaya
  • Ashok Nagar
  • Chanderi
  • All of the above

The empire of Yajvapal dynasty was spread till Narwar Suravaya, Badaudi, Bhimpur (DistrictShivpuri) and Chanderi, Ashoknagar.

93. Which of the following ruler is not related to the Yajvapal dynasty?

  • Chahadadev
  • Naravarmandev
  • Asalladev
  • Karnadev

Chahaddev, Narvarmandev and Asalladev Narwar were the ruler of the Yajvapal dynasty, whereas Karnadeva was the ruler of the Kalchuri dynasty of Tripuri.

94. Which dynasty is related to ‘Survaya Ki Garhi’?

  • Kachchhapaghat Dynasty
  • Tomar Dynasty
  • Yajvapal Dynasty
  • Bundela Dynasty

Survaya ki Garhi situated in Shivpuri district is related to Asalladeva, the ruler of the Yajvapala dynasty.

95. Who was the founder ruler of Tomar dynasty of Gwalior?

  • Veer Singh Tomar
  • Udhdarandev
  • Man Singh Tomar
  • Kalyanmal

The Tomar dynasty in Gwalior was established in 1388 by Veer Singh Tomar.

96. Man Singh Tomar was the king of?

  • Gwalior
  • Ujjain
  • Indore
  • Rewa

Man Singh Tomar (1486-1517) was a majestic ruler of Gwalior, who was of the Tomar dynasty. He built Gujari Mahal and Mrignayani Mahal in Gwalior.

97. What was the main location of Tomar rulers, before it was established in Gwalior?

  • Esaah (Morena)
  • Doob kund (Sheopur)
  • Narwar (Shivpuri)
  • Chanderi (Ashok Nagar)

Before the establishment of the Tomar dynasty in Gwalior, Veer Singh Tomar and his ancestors were feudatories of Esaah on the banks of the Aasan river in Morena district.

98. Who was the successor after Veer Singh Tomar?

  • Udhdarandev
  • Vikramdev
  • Dugrendra Singh
  • Kalyanmal

After death Veer Singh Tomar, his son Udhdarandev (1400-1402) succeeded as ruler.

99. Who invaded in the reign of Tomar ruler Vikramdev of Gwalior?

  • Mallu Iqbal
  • Mohammed bin Tughlaq
  • Mubarak Shah
  • Hoshang Shah

During the reign of Gwalior ruler Vikramdev, the commander of Delhi’s ruler Nasaruddin Mohammad Tughlaq, Mallu Iqbal Khan, invaded Gwalior unsuccessfully to conquer Gwalior.

100.      Which Tomar ruler of Gwalior was a scholar of Sanskrit and knew Ayurveda?

  • Veer Singh Tomar
  • Kalyanmal
  • Vikramdev
  • Dugrendra Singh

Tomar ruler of Gwalior Veer Singh Tomar was a scholar of Sanskrit and he also knew Ayurveda.

101.      Who wrote the treaty named Durgabhakti Tarangini?

  • Vikramdev
  • Man Singh Tomar
  • Kalyanmal
  • Veer Singh Tomar

Veer Singh Tomar, the ruler of Gwalior, wrote Durga Bhakti Tarangini and ‘Veerasimhavalok’ treaties.

102.      In the court of Veer Singh Tomar, the ruler of Gwalior, which musician was crowned?

  • Swami Haridas
  • Damodar Bhatt
  • Baiju Bawra
  • Tansen

In the court of Gwalior ruler Veer Singh Tomar, the musician Damodar Bhatt was crowned, who has composed the book titled ‘Sangeet Darpan’.

103.      Which of the following statements is false?

  • During the reign of Tomar ruler Dugarendra Singh in Gwalior, Sultan Mubarak Shah of Delhi attacked Gwalior twice (1427 and 1429),
  • During the reign of King Dugrendra Singh, the ruler of Malwa, Hushang Shah attacked Gwalior twice (in 1487).
  • King Dugrendra Singh had friendly relations with King Kumbha – the ruler of Mewar and Zain-ul Abidin, the ruler of Kashmir.
  • King Dugrendra Singh was the son of Kirti Singh

Option (a), (b) and (c) above are correct whereas option (d) is false as King Dugrendra Singh’s father was (ianapatidev and his son’s name was Kirti Singh Tomar.

104.      Which Tomar ruler of Gwalior who conquered the fort of Narwar?

  • Kalyanmal
  • Mansingh Tomar
  • Dugrendra Singh
  • Vikramdev

Gwalior ruler Dugarendra Singh Tomar defeated Subedar Baihar Khan appointed by the Sultan of Delhi at Narwar, and took Narwar under him.

105.      The fort of Gwalior would have been built in

  • 6th century
  • 8rd century
  • 6th century
  • 8th century

The fort of Gwalior was built by King Surajsen in 525, which is called Gibraltar of India. In which the major attractions are Saas-Bahu Temple, Teli Ka Mandir, Maan Mahal, Gujari Mahal etc.

106.      Under the reign of King Kirti Singh Tomar, the empire of Tomar was extended till?

  • Gwalior, Sonagiri
  • Shivpuri, Narwar
  • Chanderi, Bhind, Morena
  • All of the above

During the time of King Kirti Singh Tomar (1459-1480), the Tomar Empire extended to the districts of Gwalior, Shivpuri, Narwar, Chanderi, Ashoknagar, Guna, Bhind and Morena.

107.      King Man Singh Tomar became the ruler of Gwalior in?

  • 1480
  • 1486
  • 1505
  • 1517

In 1486 in Gwalior Man Singh Tomar, son of Kalyanmal, became the ruler Gwalior, who remained the ruler till 1517.

108.      Gwalior ruler Man Singh Tomar fought with which dynasty of Delhi Sultanate?

  • Syed Dynasty .
  • Lodi Dynasty
  • Tughlaq Dynasty
  • Mughal Dynasty

Gwalior ruler Man Singh Tomar has been in conflict with Bahlol Lodi and Sikander Lodi, rulers of Lodi dynasty of Delhi Sultanate.

109.      King Man Singh Tomar had friendly relationa with which Bundela ruler?

  • Rudrapratap Bundela
  • Madhukar Shah
  • Bharatichand Bundela
  • Birsingh Judev Bundela

King Man Singh Tomar had friendly relations with the Bundela ruler Rudrapratap Bundela of Orchha.

110.      Man Singh Tomar was the king of ?

  • Gwalior
  • Ujjain
  • Indore
  • Rewa

Man Singh Tomar (1486-1517) was the majestic king of Gwalior, Whe built Gujari Mahal for Queen Mriganayani which is mentioned in Vrindavanlal Sharma’s book ‘Mrignayani’.

111.      Which king was the patron of Dhrupad music?

  • Raja Man Singh
  • King Ashoka
  • Raja Bhoj
  • Surajsen

Raja Man Singh was the majestic king of Gwalior, he patronized Dhrupad music.

112.      Which ruler of Tomar dynasty of Gwalior composed the main book of music ‘Man kautuhal’?

  • King Vikramaditya Tomar
  • Raja Man Singh Tomar
  • King Kirti Singh Tomar
  • Raja Veer Singh Dev Tomar

Raja Man Singh Tomar, ruler of Tomar dynasty of Gwalior, wrote ‘Man kautuhal’, the major book of music. Apart from this, Gujari Mahal and Man Mandir were constructed in Gwalior.

113.      Which ruler of Delhi was gifted 80 lakh cash by Man Singh Tomar, the ruler of Gwalior?

  • Bahlol Lodi
  • Sikander Lodi
  • Ibrahim Lodi
  • Daulat Lodi

In 1491, when Bahlol Lodi passed the border of Gwalior, Raja Man Singh Tomar, the ruler of Gwalior sent 80 lakh cash to him as gift to avoid his invasion.

114.      King Man Singh Tomar provided ‘Khillat’ to which ruler of Lodi dynasty?

  • Bahlol Lodi
  • Sikander Lodi
  • Ibrahim Lodi
  • None of the above

In 1492, when Bahlol Lodi’s successor son Sikander Lodi came to Gwalior, Man Singh Tomar honored him by providing him ‘Khillat’.

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