The Turkish Invasions Objective Type Questions & Answers

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The Turkish Invasions Objective Type Questions & Answers

Question 1: Choose the appropriate option.

(a) In _____________, Mahmud attached and sacked the famous city of Somnath.

i. 1001 CE
ii. 950 CE
iii. 1200 CE
iv. 1025 CE

(b) _____________ was the first Muslim dynasty to rule the empire of the Caliphate.

i. Umayyad dynasty
ii. Abbasid dynasty
iii. Samanid dynasty
iv. Chauhan dynasty

(c) The Ghorids who were the vassals of _______________.

i. Chauhan
ii. Palas
iii. Abbasid
iv. Ghazni

(d) In 1001 CE, Mahmud won his initial battle against ____________.

i. Anandpala
ii. Jaypala
iii. Devpala
iv. Prithviraj

(e) In 712 CE, __________ was captured in an Arab expedition led by Muhammad bin Qasim.

i. Punjab
ii. Sind
iii. Gujrat
iv. Multan

(f) The successors of the Prophet were called __________.

i. Umayyads
ii. Sultan
iii. Khalifas
iv. Slaves

(g) The Abbasid Caliphs shifted their Caliphate to __________.

i. Baghdad
ii. Damascus
iii. Mecca
iv. Sind

Question 2: Fill in the blanks.

(a) The conquest of Punjab provided Muhammad a convenient base to march to Delhi.
(b) Abbasid Caliphs shifted their Caliphate to Baghdad.
(c) In 1173 CE, Ghiyasuddin made his brother, Shahabuddin Muhammad the incharge of Ghazni.
(d) Alptigin was a Turkish slave of the Samanid rulers of Central India.
(e) Qutbuddin Aibak was the trusted slave of Muhammad Ghori.
(f) The Umayyad dynasty was the first Muslim dynasty to rule the empire of the Caliphate.
(g) The birth of Prophet Muhammad at Makkah in Arabia marked the emergence of Islam.
(h) The resistance offered by the Pratiharas and the Rashtrakutas was the chief reason for the failure of Muhammad bin Qasim conquests beyond Sind.
(i) The advent of Islam into South Asia was through the Arabs during the reign of Umayyads.

Question 3: Match the columns.

Column AColumn B
i.   1008 CEa. Battle of Tarain
ii.  1178 CEb. Battle of Waihind
iii. 1194 CEc. Expedition against Anhilwara
iv. 1191 CEd. Attacked over Kanauj
Answer: i-b, ii-c, iii-d, iv-a

Question 4: Name the following:

(a) Fighting was restricted to this caste only in India.

Answer: Kshtriyas

(b) The first Muslim dynasty to rule the empire of Caliphate.

Answer: Umayyad

(c) A piece of land assigned.

Answer: Iqta

(d) The system of collecting revenue directly from the land by the Sultan.

Answer: Chalisa

(e) Capital of Umayyads.

Answer: Damascus

(f) The successor of the Umayyad dynasty.

Answer: Abbasid

So, these were The Turkish Invasions Objective Type Questions & Answers.