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Telangana History | Rachakonda Rulers and Musunuri Nayakas

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Rachakonda Rulers Musunuri Nayakas

1) Musunuri Kapaya Nayaka recaptured Warangal in ?

a) 1333 AD

b) 1334 AD

c) 1335 AD

d) 1336 AD

d) 1336 AD

2) The Musunuri Nayakas ruled between the period of ___?

a) 1325 – 1335 AD

b) 1325 – 1333 AD

c) 1333 – 1338 AD

d) None of the above

a) 1325 – 1335 AD

3) Musunuri Prolaya Nayaka ruled between the period of ___?

a) 1325 – 1335 AD

b) 1325 – 1333 AD

c) 1333 – 1338 AD

d) None of the above

b) 1325 – 1333 AD

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4) The first ruler of Musunuri Nayakas was ?

a) Musunuri Prolaya Nayaka

b) Pota

c) Pocha

d) Prataparudra

a) Musunuri Prolaya Nayaka

5) Musunuri Prolaya Nayaka was the son of ___?

a) Pota

b) Pocha

c) Prataparudra

d) Mahadeva

b) Pocha

6) Musunuri Prolaya Nayaka selected ___ as the center for all his administrative activities?

a) Warangal

b) Anumakonda

c) Rekapalee

d) None of the above

c) Rekapalee

7) Prolayaverma reddy ruled Punigadu in the Guntur – Nellore tract south of the river Krishna with ____ as a capital?

a) Warangal

b) Anumakonda

c) Rekapalle

d) Addanki

d) Addanki

8) During the period of Musunuri Prolayala Nayaka ________ established the authority over Mahbubnagar area?

a) Recherla Singama Nayaka

b) Musunuri Prolaya Nayaka

c) Musunuri Kapaya Nayaka

d) Kolani Rudradeva

a) Recherla Singama Nayaka

9) Musuni Kapaya Nayaka ruled between ___?

a) 1325 – 1335 AD

b) 1325 – 1333 AD

c) 1333 – 1338 AD

d) 1333 – 1368 AD

d) 1333 – 1368 AD

10) Musunuri Prolaya Nayaka has ____ number of sons?

a) 8 Sons

b) 9 Sons

c) 10 sons

d) No sons

d) No sons

11) After Musunuri Kapaya Nayaka who ascended the throne at Rekapalle?

a) Recherla Singama Nayaka

b) Musunuri Prolaya Nayaka

c) Kolani Rudradeva

d) Kapaya Nayaka

d) Kapaya Nayaka

12) Malik Bahauddin Gurshasp, Sultan Muhammad bin Tughlaq’s forces had attacked and destroyed Kampili in the period of?

a) 1325 – 1326 AD

b) 1326 – 1327 AD

c) 1327 – 1328 AD

d) 1328 – 1329 AD

c) 1327 – 1328 AD

13) _________ was proceeded to drive away Malik Maqbul, the Bain Wazir of Telangana and occupied Warangal?

a) Recherla Singama Nayaka

b) Musunuri Prolaya Nayaka

c) Kolani Rudradeva

d) Musunuri Kapaya Nayaka

d) Musunuri Kapaya Nayaka

14) Munusuri Kapaya Nayaka had titles of?

a) Andhra Suratrana

b) Andhradesadhisavara

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

c) Both a and b

15) Rajamahendravaram of Nayakas period is now called as?

a) Warangal

b) Rameswaram

c) Rayalaseema

d) Rajahmundry

d) Rajahmundry

16) Muppabhupa was the patron of ?

a) Madiki Singana

b) Manchikonda Kunya Nayaka

c) Kapaya Nayaka

d) None of the above

a) Madiki Singana

17) Whom among the following built the fort of ‘Korukonda’?

a) Kapay Nayaka

b) Madiki Singana

c) Manchikonda Kunya Nayaka

d) None of the above

c) Manchikonda Kunya Nayaka

18) Recherla Padmanayakas was also known as?

a) Reddy’s

b) Komati’s

c) Velma’s

d) None of the above

c) Velma’s

19) Musunuri Kapaya Nayaka engrossed in fighting ____ during 1359 – 1361 AD?

a) Sultans

b) Bahmanis

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

b) Bahmanis

20) Singama Nayaka captured forts of the ____ region?

a) Krishna

b) Tungabhadra

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

c) Both a and b

21) Rajukonda of Nayakas was also called as?

a) Rajakonda

b) Rajapuram

c) Rachakonda

d) All of the above

c) Rachakonda

22) Velma’s of Rachakonda and Devara Konda ruled between the period of ___?

a) 1321 – 1422 AD

b) 1322 – 1423 AD

c) 1324 – 1475 AD

d) 1325 – 1475 AD

c) 1324 – 1475 AD

23) Vaishnavite temple at Racha later changed into ____?

a) Church

b) Masjid

c) Temple for Nayakas

d) None of the above

b) Masjid

24) The Recherla Velamas or Padmanayakas were the subordinates of ____?

a) Kakatiyas

b) Vishnukunds

c) Vakatakas

d) None of the above

a) Kakatiyas

25) The founder of the Recherla Velama family was ___?

a) Betalanayaka

b) Recherla Rudra

c) Rudradeva Maharaja

d) None of the above

a) Betalanayaka

26) Dama had the titles of ___?

a) Khadganarayana

b) Rayagaya Govala

c) Bhujabala Bhima

d) All of the above

d) All of the above

27) ____ provides the information about the battle in which Vennama Nayaka fought against the Delhi Sultanate?

a) Velugotivarivamsavali

b) Pandyadalavibhala

c) Venema Nayaka Charitra

d) None of the above

a) Velugotivarivamsavali

28) The battle between Vennama Nayaka and Delhi Sultanate took place in?

a) 1301 AD

b) 1302 AD

c) 1303 AD

d) 1304 AD

c) 1303 AD

29) By 1323 AD, Warangal fort had fallen to which of the following rulers?

a) Tughlaq prince Ulugh Khan

b) Dama

c) Dacha-Singama Nayaka

d) None of the above

a) Tughlaq prince Ulugh Khan

30) Singama Nayaka ruled between the period of ____?

a) 1325 – 1363 AD

b) 1325 – 1361 AD

c) 1330 – 1370 AD

d) 1340 – 1350 AD

b) 1325 – 1361 AD

31) Anapota I ruled between the age of ___?

a) 1361 – 1383 AD

b) 1365 – 1384 AD

c) 1440 – 1450 AD

d) 1370 – 1380 AD

a) 1361 – 1383 AD

32) Mada I ruled between the period of ?

a) 1361 – 1383 AD

b) 1361 – 1383 AD

c) 1440 – 1450 AD

d) 1370 – 1380 AD

b) 1361 – 1383 AD

33) Rajakonda is also known as ___?

a) Rajukonda

b) Rajakonda

c) Rajavaram

d) Rajeswaram

a) Rajukonda

34) The ‘Velugotivari Vamsavali’ stated that Mada Nayaka and Anapota Nayaka defeated ___?

a) Anavema Reddy

b) Kumaragiri Reddy

c) Singama Nayaka II

d) None of the above

a) Anavema Reddy

35) Singama Nayaka II ruled between the period of___?

a) 1361 – 1383 AD

b) 1361 – 1383 AD

c) 1440 – 1450 AD

d) 1383 – 1399 AD

d) 1383 – 1399 AD

36) Vedagiri I ruled between the period of ___?

a) 1384 – 1410 AD

b) 1361 – 1383 AD

c) 1440 – 1450 AD

d) 1383 – 1399 AD

a) 1384 – 1410 AD

37) Singama Nayaka II was also known as ___?

a) Khadganarayana

b) Rayagaya Govala

c) Bhujabala Bhima

d) Sarvajna Singa Bhupala

d) Sarvajna Singa Bhupala

38) Singama Nayaka II was ___ among the following?

a) Scholar

b) Poet

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

c) Both a and b

39) Rasarnav Sudhakaram and Ratnapanchalika were composed by ___?

a) Singama Nayaka I

b) Singama Nayaka II

c) Vedagiri I

d) Anapota I

a) Singama Nayaka I

40) In the conflicts between Reddy’s and Velamas, the Vijayanagara rulers supported whom?

a) Reddy’s

b) Velma’s

c) None among reddy’s and Velamas

d) Attacked both of them

a) Reddy’s

41) Saluvaraya died in the battle of ___?

a) Kottkota

b) Conflicts between Reddy’s and Velamas

c) Sultans and Nayakas

d) None of the above

a) Kottkota

42) Anapota II ruled between the period of ___?

a) 1384 – 1410 AD

b) 1361 – 1383 AD

c) 1421 – 1430 AD

d) 1399 – 1421 AD

d) 1399 – 1421 AD

43) The Bahmani army led by Sultan Firoz Shah attacked which fort?

a) Warangal Fort

b) Panugal Fort

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

b) Panugal Fort

44) Among the following who was hanged at the entrance of fort of Devarakonda by Velamas?

a) Vema Reddy

b) Macha Reddy

c) Dacha

d) None of the above

a) Vema Reddy

45) The hanging of Vema Reddy by Velamas after killing him took place in the _____ period?

a) 1416 AD

b) 1417 AD

c) 1418 AD

d) 1419 AD

d) 1419 AD

46) The father of Singama Nayaka III was ____?

a) Anapota I

b) Anapota II

c) Mada Nayaka I

d) Madha Nayaka II

b) Anapota II

47) ‘Samamu’ means ?

a) Conciliation

b) Charity

c) Punishment

d) Magic

a) Conciliation

48) Bedamu means ___?

a) Charity

b) Punishment

c) Creating a vision

d) Creating a Division

d) Creating a Division

49) Which of the following is referred to as ‘Charity’?

a) Dananmu

b) Dandamu

c) Maya

d) Upeksha

50) ‘Indrajala’ means?

a) Ignoring

b) Strong memory

c) Magic

d) Deception

c) Magic

51) Does Prabhu buddhi mean __?

a) Tradition

b) Loyalty

c) Courage

d) Righteousness

b) Loyalty

52) Composure is referred to as ?

a) Buddhi

b) Santi

c) Suddhi

d) Sraddha

b) Santi

53) Rachakonda and Devarakonda Velma Kingdoms were divided into administrative units called?

a) Bhumi

b) Nadu

c) Grama

d) All of the above

c) Grama

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