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Bahamani Dynasty Rule History MCQ Questions for competitive exams

Rule Of Bahamani’s Study Material and MCQ Bits For Competitive Exams

 

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1) In AD 1347, Allauddin Hasan Bahaman Shah (AD 1347 – 1358), established an independent Muslim kingdom.

 

2) The important rulers of Bahamanis:

a) Allauddin Hasan Bahaman Shah (AD 1347 – 1358)

b) Muhammad Shah Bahamani (AD 1358 – 1375)

c) Mujahid Shah Bahamani (AD 1375 – 1378)

d) Mohammad Shah II Bahamani (AD 1375 – 1397)

e) Feroz Shah Bahamani (AD 1397 – 1422)

f) Ahammada Shah vali Bahamani (AD 1422 – 1463)

g) Allauddin Shah II Bahamani (AD 1436 – 1457)

h) Nizam Shah Bahamani (AD 1461 – 1463)

i) Mohammad Shah III Bahamani (AD 1463 – 1482)

j) Mohammad Shah Bahamani (AD 1482 – 1518)

 

3) The chief sources to know the history of Bahamanis were Persian and Sanskrit works, Fatwat-ut-Salatin, of Isami, Adari’s ‘Bahaman Namah’, Gesudaraj’s Ishkanama, Hazairule Khuddus are the sources of their rule.

 

4) The writings of Niketan, Barborossa, Domingo peas are the contemporary foreign accounts of Bahamanis rule.

 

5) Heritage sources of Bahamanis were jami Masjid, and Gesudaraj Darga in Gulbarga, bidar fort and mosque, Rangin Mahal, Turkish Mahal at bidar and the entrances doors (darwazas)

 

6) Iban Batuta’s ‘Rehalla’ gives the details about Bahamani rule.

 

7) Tariq-i-faristha of Faristha details about socio – religious and cultural of Bahamani Rule

 

8) Another chief source of Bahamani history is Tabtaba’s wrok Burhan-i-Maisar

 

9) In South India, Bahamani kingdom was the first Muslim rule in India.

 

10) Bahamanis ruled from AD 1347 – 1526.

 

11) The ‘Ravindiya’ sect people pressured the Khalifa to declare himself as God, but Khalifa opposed and declared himself as the divine ambassadors( Niyabutu-i-Khudavandi) not God

 

12) In the aspect of Khalifa, ‘Udbi’ wrote that emperor or the Khalifa is the God’s shadow on earth(Sultan Zill Allah-Fil-Arj).

 

13) The sultanate rule was established in AD 1206 and the rulers like Mubarak Shah, Iltutmish, and Balban declared themselves as divine slaves, divine shadows and Manjur-i-Rabbani(blessed one)

 

14) The founder of the Bahamani kingdom was Allauddin Hassan Bahaman shah, ruled from capital(Gulbarga).

 

15) In Bahamani kingdom, for the sake of administrative convenience the kingdom is divided into ‘Tarafs’, and these tarafs were under the control of Amirs.

 

16) Bahamanis created Jagirs sysytem which were similar to feudal system

 

17) Malik Saifuddin Ghori was the first prime minister of Bahamanis, under his administration kingdom extended from Gulbarga to Daulatabad in the west, in the south upto Raichar and Mudgal.

 

18) under Malik Saifuddin Ghori period,  Bheed and Paithan were under the control of Mohammad Khan, in the north Mahor, Ramgir and Berrar’s some areas were under the control of Sisthani. Bidar, Kaulas and the Telangana districts were under the control of Azam Humayun.

 

19) Allauddin conducted all administrative units efficiently, as per the Burhan-i-Masir by Taba taba and are follows:

a) Sahib-e-Arj –> Army Supervisor

b) Khurbegi Mesarsh –> Left Wing commander

c) Khurbegi Maimanath –> Right Wing Commander

d) Dabir –> Secretary

e) Diwan –> Finance Minister

f) Sayyad–ul –Khasba —–> Looks after divine affairs

g) Hajib-ul-Khasba —–> Commissioner of the City.

 

Some Others were

a) Vakil-us-Sultanate –> Prime Minister

b) Amir-I-Jumla –> Finance Minister

c) Vazir-i-Ahsraf –> Foreign affairs minister

d) Nazir –> finance Secretary

e) Kotwal –> Police Officer

f) Vazir-I-Kul –> auditor

g) Sadar Jahan –> Member of the Judiciary.

 

20) During the period of ‘Bahaman Shah’ some administrative reforms were introduced some were jobs in Royal Palace

a) Vakil-I-Daar –> chief Supervisor of the royal Palace

b) Barbuk –> Teacher of the court festivals

c) Hajib –> Welcoming and introduction of the guests, readings of King’s messages in the court

d) Sa-Jandaz –> Leader of the personal bodyguards of the Palace

e) Sarfdadar –> Special bodyguard in the Royal Palace

f) Khurbak –> Supervisor of Royal weaponry

g) Shahnai-I-Barag –> Superintendent of Court

h) Akurbak –> Supervisor of the Royal horses

i) Shahna –i- Phil –> Supervisor of the Elephants

j) Shahna-i-Khavan –> Supervisor of Royal Kitchen

k) Sarabdar –> Supervisor of the Water supply

l) Khertadar –> Additional officer of the troops

m) Sar-Sawat-dar –> Additional officer of the Royal Stationary

n) Chesnigir –> Officer who tastes the royal food.

 

21) Bahamani rulers had divided their kingdom into four regional states known as “Tarafs”. The officer of the taraf is known as “Tarafdar”. The four tarafs of the Allauddin period are listed below:

a) Ahasanbad —–> The Area of Right side Gulbarga to Dabhol, which included in the Tungabhadra and Krishna region.

b) Daullatabad —–> Junnar and Paithan are included

c) Berar —–> Mahir is covered

d) Bidar —–> Kandar, Induru, Kaulas and other occupied area of Telangana.

 

22) The provinces or states are also known as “Atrafs”, and the ruler of these were Tarafdar. He maintains peace, law and order in his area. Tarafdars were appointed personally by the sultan.

 

23) Sar-i-Lashkar maintains civil and military affairs

 

24)  Daulatabad Tarafdar had title of ‘Masdi Ali’, Berar Tarafdar had title of ‘Majlis Ali , Telangana tarafdar had title of ‘Azam Hunayun’, and Gulbarga Tarafdar had a title of ‘Vakil-us-Sultanate’.

 

25) The Tarafs of Bahamanis were sub divided into ‘Sarkars’, which are like Modern districts, and the sarkars were sub divided into Paraganas(Tahasils), further these Paraganas were divided into villages.

 

26) Forts were maintained by officer called Thanedar

 

27) Mohammad Gavan belonged to the Gavan region, which is near the ‘Refta’ in the northern Iran, he was the greatest prime minister among Bahamanis.

 

28) In AD 1466, Muhammad Shah III, on the request of his mother, Muqduma-i-Jahan, Muhammad Shah III appointed Gavan as the prime minister.

 

29) After Mohammad Gavan appointed as prime minister, many administrative changes took place. Yusuf Adil was appointed as ‘Sar Lashkar’ of Daulatabad, Malika Hassan as Sar Lashkar of Telangana, and Fatullah was appointed as Sar Lashkar of Berrar, Khasimbeg and Shah Quli were appointed as his personal servants.

 

30) Mohammad Gavan built one of the biggest Madaras in Bidar, to promote Education.

 

31)  Mohammad Gavan was murdered in AD 1481 due to internal feuds and treachery,

 

29) Mohammad Gavan wrote two books ‘Riyajul Insha’ and ‘Manjirul Insha’.

 

30) The Bahamani military administration was of two types:

a) The Central Military System

b) The Regional military system

 

31) The head of the central military system was ‘Amir-Ul-Umra’, highest official next to Sultan. He can maintain contingent of 1500 soldiers and after him the officials had 1000 or 500 and 300 and 100 as contingent soldiers.

 

32) The central government army of Bahamanis at the period of Allauddin Hassan consisted of 50,000 horse riders, 25,000 infantry.

 

33) Tarafdar were also called as ‘Sar Lashkar; he is head of regional army contingent 

 

34) The Bahamani army included Hindu and Muslim soldiers, The army was divided into many Lashkars, In every Lashkar, there were elephants and Guns

 

35) Faristha mentioned that Bahamani’s had used guns, and the place where guns are kept is known as ‘Atish Khanna’, and the head of this Athis Khanna was called as ‘Mir-i-Atish’.

 

36) According to the Faristha, Mahammad Sha used guns to defeated Vijayanagara king

 

37) Barbosa details about the wars of Muhammad Shah during AD 148/2 to 1518. He mentioned the strategies, the attacks, the army contingent and the weapons used in the wars

 

38) Head of judiciary system was sultan

 

39) Bahamanis belonged to the sunni sect(Sunni Muslims)

 

40) During the period of Allauddin Ahamad Shah II, his secretary ( Sarmad-i-Kar-i-Mulki ), Mustahfa Khan Sayyad sent letters without taking prior permission of the Sultan. He was punished by beheading, and his dead body was exhibited on the main road.

 

41) Allauddin Ahmad Shah II, punished the grandson of Hazrat Sayyad Gesudaraj, for drinking alcohol. He was punished with 200 hunter beatings

 

42) Sadar-I-Sharia, is the head of judicial system next to the Sultan. He supervised judicial enquiry, punishment and severity of the crimes

 

43) The provisional states were called as Tarafs. Iin the Tarafs, the head of Judiciary was Sadar.

 

44) In the cities Khaji was the Judge, and in the big cities Naib-Khaji were appointed along with Khaji.
Naib-Khaji helped the Khaji in discharging of the duties.

 

45) Mufti were appointed to every court. He explains legal matters, and preserved the Judgements by writing them.

 

46) To every city and a fort had one Kotwal, he maintains the peace, law and order of that place

 

47) Mahatashibs were appointed to know whether people were following the Shariat or not. The Mahatasibs created awareness among the people to follow the religious customs of their own religions.

 

48) For soldiers problems, an advocates were appointed. He was called as ‘Khaji Asker’.

 

49) In the paragana, the judge was ‘Khaji, he was associated with Havaldar, and Majlis. Majlis solves only the civil cases

 

50) The head of the Paragana was Havaldar, he was also known as Maksadar.

 

51) After the Warangal conquests, Ahemad Shah established ‘Thanas’, the head of Thana was ‘Thanedar’.

 

52) Thanedar maintains law and order in his area. He was assisted by Kotwal.

 

53) In the villages Mukhaddam, Gotas conducts the administration,They solves village disputes, holding judicial enquires and punishing the criminals.

 

54) Bahamani sultans and their successors established a permanent police system, for the peace, maintenance of law and order.

 

55) Sarnaubatan were appointed to assist Kotwal’s

 

56) After Delhi sultans, Muhammad Shah Bahamani’s were appointed Siladar.

 

57) For the protection of the Royal palace, there are 5 Siladars and 1000 bodyguards were appointed.

 

58) Most trust worthy persons to the Sultan were appointed as ‘Sarnaubat’.

 

59) Kotwal was also assisted with some assistants called ‘Naib-Kotwal’ in big cities.

 

60) In Bahamani rule, upper class people were divided into two types or two classes. They are Dakhanis and Garibhus(new comers)

 

61) According to ‘Brihaspati Smriti’ wife should also die immediately after the death of her husband and this is called ‘Sati’, this system was followed by upper class people during Bahamani period

 

62) When Bahamani defeated the Reddy kings, queens of the defeated reddy’s took sati.  These details are mentioned by Faristha in his writings.

 

63) Iban Batula, Nicole Conti and Barbosa mentioned that Sati was prohibited in the Deccan. Pregnant women, women carrying children and Sudra women were prohibited of taking Sati.

 

64) In Bahamani Period, dowry was compulsory, at the time of marriage. There was ‘Sthree Dhan’, Dowry was commonly observed in the upper class people

 

65) Excavations conducted at Navesa ( Ahemadnagar district of Maharastra ) indicates that royal palace walls are built with mud and foundation was laid with hard stones.

 

66) Nikethan, has mentioned that Hindus had different faiths, and they did not dine together. This reflects the caste system of that period. Hindu kings mostly belonged to Marathas or Reddy’s.

 

67) Feristha mentioned that child marriages were common in those days. ‘Jnaneshwari’ and ‘Leela Charitra’ supports the child marriages.

 

68) The book ‘Guru Charitra’ has praised greatly the Sati practice.

 

69) During Bahamani period there were 3 types of classes on Economic basis. They are:

a)Upper Class

b) Middle Class

c) Low Class.

 

70) In Bahamani period majority of the people depended on Agriculture for their living

 

71) Bidar, Gulbarga, Warangal, Raichur, Nanded, bhuvanagiri, Nirmal became famous for the cottage industries and they provided employment and benefits to Artisans.

 

72) In the Bahamanis period, irrigation was provided by artificial tanks and canals.

 

73) The crop land was divided into 3 types

a) Metta ( Dry Land )

b) Magani ( Wet Land )

c) Gaddi ( Grass )

 

74) Iron and Steel works were conducted at Paithan. Daulatabad, Gulbarga and Khidki regions were manufactured Silk Clothes which were available at cheap rate. Bidar was famous for manufacturing pots. Bidri works became popular in India but also in foreign countries.

 

75) Warangal became famous for Carpet making and Leather Industries.

 

76) Nalgonda, Bhuvanagiri, Adilabad became famous for manufacturing of very big beams.

 

77) In the Deccan, Copper mines were found at Chota Nagapur 

 

78) Leather was exported to Arabia and Persia from the Thana port

 

79) Bijapur was very famous for textile industry, textile was exported to Persia.

 

80) Velvet, Scarlet, Satin, Scarlet, Damakas and woolen clothes were imported from Goa.

 

81) Bahamanis maintained commercial relations with Persia, Africa, Europe, and other western countries, and exports had taken place mainly from Goa, Dabhol, Mahim, Machilipatnam.

 

82) Gold, spices, China porcelain scent item, drugs, high quality horses, Pearls and slaves were imported from foreign countries.

 

83) According to Barbosa, Sugar was exported to Srilanka, Arabia and Persia in large quantity 

 

84) Various taxes imposed on various items during Bahamani rule are:

a) Horses –> One Dinar

b) Cow and Buffalo –> One Phanam

c) Goat –> Five Jital

d) Camel –> ½ Jelool

e) Elephant –> One Dinar

Note: Import duty on silk and cotton textiles, for 100 rupees, 3 rupees and 8 Annas, on gold and silver ornaments, for 100 rupees, 7 rupees and 8 annas, and tax on salt also collected. No tax on Wood and grass.

 

85) Currency was made in Gulbarga and Bidar mints, some Bahamani coins were minted at Fetehbad.

 

86) Bahamani coins are made of gold, silver and copper.

 

87) Prior to the establishment of Bahamani rule, social reform movement was started in South India. Due to Bhakti movement, Saivism under the leadership of Tirgnana Sambandhar, Tirunavakkarasu, Sundara murthy, Manikavashar reached new heights.

 

88) Alvars inspired the Vaishnava philosophy. Andal, Kulashkar, Tirumangai, Nammalvar were the Vaisnava leaders.

 

89) Shankaracharya led the Bakthi movement. Shankaracharya, Nadamuni, Ramanuja, Nimbarka are the key persons in this movement.

 

90) The main objective of the Bakthi movement was to renaissance(revival) of Hinduism and weakening of Jainism and Buddhism.

 

91) Tulzapur, Kolhapur, Matapur and Saptashrungi were some of important Bhavani Places.

 

92) Sirpur near aloka was a Jaina worshipping place. Riddipur, near Buldana is famous for ‘Mahanubhavas’.

 

93) During Bahamani period Muslims were divided into 4 classes. They are

a) Lords of army and civil officers

b) Traders

c) Slaves

d) Poets, Scholars and religious heads.

 

94) In Bahamani period, Ulemas, Khajis, Amirs Muftis and Khatibus and Imams occupied important places in the administration.

 

95) Hajrat Gesudaraj was great sufi scholar in Deccan, he was born in the year of AD 1321 in Delhi and reached Gulbarga at the age of 90 years and preached the principles of Sufism.

 

96) Gesudaraj constructed one ‘KhanKa’ at Gulbarga for his disciples.

 

97) Gesudaraj preached Chisti order of sufism. Even today people of Deccan regions attends ‘Urs’ festivals of Gesudaraj. He died in the year of AD 1422.

 

98) In the Deccan, the Sufi orders like Christi, Suhravardhi, Sattari, and the Khadri worked in a big way.

 

99) Sheik Ainuddin Bijapur, Shirajuddin Junaidi was the important sufis during Allauddin Hassan Bahamani Shah’s period.

 

100) Shah Niyamatulla Khadri, settled in the deccan and preached and expanded the branch of Khadri, which attracted many people towards Sufism

 

101) In Bahamani period, students started their education with ‘Amarakosha’, ‘Roopavali’, ‘Samaschakra’, ‘Panchatantra’, and ‘Hitopadesha’.

 

102) Trivikram Bharati of Kumashi, was a great Vedic researcher of 14th century.

 

103) In Bahamani times, Calligraphy developed into a prominent art.

 

104) In Elichpur tBahamani’s established the ‘Darul-Uloom (Educational School). This School collected 3000 Dinnars as yearly fees.

 

105) Jnanadev wrote ‘Jnaneshwari’, and he was a Maharastra ascetic.

 

106) Mahanubava sect was established by Chandradhar, who wrote in Marathi ‘Laila Charitra’. This work was divided into Ekanka.

 

107) The book ‘Smriti Sthal’ was written by Narendra and Parushurama.

 

108) Vishwantha wrote a book, Jnaan Probodh’ in 1331. ‘Guhyadri Varnana’ was written by Ravola Bhas in AD 1333.

 

109) “Raddipurva Varnana” was written by Narayanabas in 1331.

 

110) The two great works “Bheemopadesham” and “Ramasohalalu” were written by Meru Swamy.

 

111) Vamana Pandita wrote ‘Yadhartha Deepika’

 

112) Madhavcharya compiled ‘Jaiminiya Nyayamala Visthari’

 

113) Ramanujacharaya wrote Tantra Rahashya

 

114) Vidyaranya wrote Panchadashi, Jeevanmukti Viveka, Sarvadarshanna Samgraha

 

115) Dharmaraja dwari wrote “Vedata Parivbhasha”.

 

116) Madhava Saraswati of Karnataka wrote “Sarvadarshana Kaumudi”

 

117) Sripati wrote “Srikarabhasahya”.

 

118) Madhavacharya preached “Dvaitha philosophy”, Shankaracharya preached Advaitha philosophy.

 

119) Jayateertha commented on ‘Nyayasudha’

 

120) Keshava bhattu wrote “Taraka Deepika”


121) Varadaraju wrote “Vevahara Nirnaya”

 

122) Mahadeva wrote “Kamadhenu”.

 

123) Isami was the great writer during the period of Bahamanis.  Isami wrote “Putawat Salaatin”.

 

124) Khaja Bande Nawaj Gesudaraj was a great scholar, teacher and poet of Sufism wrote “Anishul-Ushak”. This was compiled in Arabic and Persian languages.

 

125) Adhari, who known as Nooruddin Hanji wrote many books ‘Javahairul Asra’, ‘Meerathul Asral’, ‘Si-I-Safa’.

 

126) Adhari (Nooruddin Hanji) died without completing the writing of ‘Bahaman Nama’, therefore ‘Nazeeri’ and ‘Sami’ completed it.

 

127) Gesudaraj who was a great writer, wrote “Mahirikul Anwar”, “Khaddoos”, “Ishaka Nama”, “Asammarul Asrar” and “Khatima”. He wrote commentaries to “Avaripool Mariff” written by Sheik Shihbuddin Suhra, Taruf  written by Sheik Abubaker Mohammad bin Bukhari and Adabul Mureedin  written by Sheik Nazeebuddin Abdul Basheer Suhravardhi.

 

130) Faristha was born in 1552 in Astrabad, died in 1623 at Bijapur.

 

131) Faristha wrote “Gulshan-I- Ibrahimi(Tariq-i-faristha).


132) Mulla Mohammad Lari wrote Siraj – Tawarik


133) Mulla Dawood Bidri wrote Tahufatoon-Salatin

 

134)Mulla Adul Kareem Handani wrote Life of Mohammad Gavan

 

135) Bahamanis constructed many constructions, first at “Gulbarga”. They build mosques and tombs

 

136) Muhammad shah constructed a great mosque at Gulbarga in AD 1367, under the supervision of Rafi-bin-Shams. It is 216 feet  to 176 feet.

 

137) During the Feroz shah period a new town Firozabad, 12 mile away from Gulbarga was constructed.

 

138) In Bidar, the bidar fort, Royal Palace, 16 pillars Mosque, tombs, and Madarsas were constructed.

 

139) Among the tombs of Ahammada Shah Vali’s tomb is very big tomb.

 

140) The construction of Bidar fort was done by Ahamad Shah Vali.

 

141) Feroz shah tombs were constructed in Hafta Gumbaz complex.

 

142) Bahamani rule started in AD 1347 and ended in AD 1518.

 

Telangana Bits For Competitive Exams On Rule of Bahamani’s

 

Multiple Choice Questions For Telangana History

1) In which year Allauddin Hassan Bahaman Shah established an independent Muslim Kingdom?

a) 1344

b) 1345

c) 1346

d) 1347

d) 1347

 

2) Allauddin Hassan Bahaman shah ruled between the period of ___?

a) AD 1347 – 1358

b) AD 1358 – 1375

c) AD 1347 – 1359

d) AD 1397 – 1457

a) AD 1347 – 1358

 

3) Feroz Shah Bahaman ruled between the period of ________?

a) AD 1347 – 1358

b) AD 1358 – 1375

c) AD 1347 – 1359

d) AD 1397 – 1422

d) AD 1397 – 1422

 

4) _____works are the chief sources of Bahamanis rule?

a) Persian Works

b) Sanskrit Works

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

c) Both a and b

 

5) In South India ______ kingdom is the first Muslim rule in India?

a) Delhi Sultanate

b) Bahamani

c) Khalji

d) None of the mentioned

b) Bahamani

 

6) Bahamanis ruled between the period of ___?

a) AD 1347 – 1526

b) AD 1354 – 1487

c) AD 1388 – 1477

d) None of the above

a) AD 1347 – 1526

 

7) According to ‘Amir Khusru’, who was the head of both the world and Devine world?

a) Khalifa

b) Allah

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above mentioned

a) Khalifa

 

8) ______ branch people pressured the Khalifa to declare himself as God.

a) Ravindiya

b) Bahamanis

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

a) Ravindiya

 

9) Khalifa declared himself as ____?

a) God

b) Head of this world

c) Divine Ambassadors

d) A Common Man

c) Divine Ambassadors

 

10) ‘Udbi’ wrote that Khalifa is _____?

a) God

b) Head of the world

c) God’s shadow on Earth

d) The son of God

c) God’s shadow on Earth

 

11) Who was the founder of Bahamani Kingdom?

a) Khalifa

b) Allauddin Hassan Bahaman Shah

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

b) Allauddin Hassan Bahaman Shah

 

12) Allauddin Hassan Bahaman Shah ruled Bahamanis by the capital of ___?

a) Gulbarga

b) Delhi

c) Ajmer

d) None

a) Gulbarga

 

13) In Bahamanis rule Kingdom is divided into ___?

a) Villages

b) Tarafs

c) Towns

d) None of the mentioned

b) Tarafs

 

14) The Tarafs of Bahamanis were under the control of __?

a) Amirs

b) Administrative Officials

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

a) Amirs

 

15) The first prime minister of Bahamani Kingdom was ___?

a) Vakil-i-Sultanate

b) Sahib-e-Arj

c) Sayyad-Ul-Khasba

d) Vakil-us-Sultanate

a) Vakil-i-Sultanate

 

16) The provinces or states of Bahamanis were known as ___?

a) amirs

b) Tarafs

c) Atrafs

d) Both b and c

c) Atrafs

 

17) Tarafs of Bahamanis were subdivided into _____?

a) Atrafs

b) Sarkars

c) Paraganas

d) Tahasils

b) Sarkars

 

18) Paraganas were also known as ___?

a) Atrafs

b) Tahasils

c) Villages

d) None of the above

b) Tahasils

 

19) Mohammad Gavan ruled between the period of ?

a) AD 1466 – 1481

b) AD 1547 – 1578

c) AD 1488 – 1521

d) None of the above

a) AD 1466 – 1481

 

20) ______ was the greatest prime minister among all the prime ministers of Bahamanis Kingdom?

a) Mohammad Gavan

b) Muhammad Shah III

c) Muqduma – I – Jahan

d) None of the above

a) Mohammad Gavan

 

21) Mohammad Gavan was murdered in ?

a) AD 1480

b) AD 1481

c) AD 1482

d) AD 1483

b) AD 1481

 

22) Mohammad Gavan wrote which of the following books?

a) Riyajul Insha

b) Manjirul Insha

c) Both a and b

d) None of the mentioned

c) Both a and b

 

23) The central government army of Bahamanis under the leadership of Allauddin Hassan had _____ horse riders?

a) 70,000

b) 50,000

c) 40,000

d) 10,000

b) 50,000

 

24) In the regional contingent, ____ was called the head of the army?

a) Tarafdar

b) Sarkar

c) Thanedar

d) Tahasildar

a) Tarafdar

 

25) In Additional to the weapons of war in ancient times, Bahamanis had used ____?

a) Guns

b) Bombs

c) Acid Materials

d) Stones

a) Guns

 

26) The highest office of the judiciary was ____?

a) Sarkar

b) Tahasil

c) Mir – i – Atish

d) Sultan

d) Sultan

 

27) In Bahamanis Kingdom all the Ministers were _____?

a) Upper class Hindus

b) Christians

c) Muslims

d) All of the above

c) Muslims

 

28) In Bahamanis rule upper class people were divided into ____?

a) Dakhanis

b) Garibhus

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

c) Both a and b

 

29) Marriage with the same ‘Gotra’ was prohibited among ____ class of people?

a) Brahmins

b) Kshatriyas

c) Vaisyas

d) Sudras

a) Brahmins

 

30) Who was the author of Ramayana?

a) Basava

b) Haridaasa Takur

c) Viswamitra

d) Valmiki

d) Valmiki

 

31) As per ‘Brihaspati smriti’ wife should also die immediately after the death of her husband, this practice is referred as ___?

a) Sati

b) Suttee

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

c) Both a and b

 

32) Sati practice was not there between ____ class?

a) Vaisyas

b) Sudras

c) Brahmins

d) All of the above

b) Sudras

 

33) The Mang community bride rides on a ___ in bahamanis rule?

a) Horse

b) Cow

c) Donkey

d) Buffalo

d) Buffalo

 

34) The _____ book praised greatly about Sati Practice?

a) Guru Charitra

b) Mahabharatha

c) Ramayana

d) None of the above

a) Guru Charitra

 

35) Instead of sati, the lower classes followed ____?

a) Killing of widow

b) Widow remarriages

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

b) Widow remarriages

 

36) For ______, widow remarriage is not allowed?

a) Upper class

b) Middle class

c) Lower class

d) All of the above

a) Upper class

 

37) Majority of the people depended on ____ in Bahamanis time?

a) Business

b) Illegal Activities

c) Serving

d) Agriculture

d) Agriculture

 

38) ______ was the main occupation of the people at the times of Bahamanis?

a) Agriculture

b) Business

c) Serving

d) Daily Wages

a) Agriculture

 

39) At the time of Bahamanis irrigation was provided by ___?

a) Artificial Tanks

b) Canals

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

c) Both a and b

 

40) ‘Pagadis’ was ____?

a) Cotton

b) A leather material

c) A type of head dress

d) Shoe material

c) A type of head dress

 

41) ______ region was famous in pot making at Bahamanis times?

a) Bidar

b) Raichur

c) Nanded

d) None

a) Bidar

 

42) Warangal became famous for______ in Bahamanis period?

a) Pot making

b) Carpet Making

c) Cotton Production

d) Rice Mills

b) Carpet Making

 

43) Bahamanis maintained commercial relationships with ?

a) Persia

b) Africa

c) Europe

d) All of the above

d) All of the above

 

44) Bahamanis exports had taken place mainly from ____?

a) Goa

b) Machilipatnam

c) Niketan

d) All of the above

d) All of the above

 

45) Bahamanis currency was made in _____?

a) Gulbargs

b) Bidar

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

c) Both a and b

 

46) In the seventh century _______ dominated over the Buddhism?

a) Christianity

b) Hinduism

c) Jainism

d) Islam

b) Hinduism

 

47) Bakthi movement was started under the leadership of _____?

a) Tirugnana Sambandhar

b) Tirunavakkarasu

c) Sundara Murthy

d) All of the above

d) All of the above

 

48) The main objective of the Bakthi movement was ?

a) Increasing the population of Hinduism

b) Renaissance of Hindhuism

c) Weakening of Buddhism

d) Both b and c

d) Both b and c

 

49) Roza in Islam means?

a) Fasting

b) Fighting

c) Worship

d) None

a) Fasting

 

50) ____ among the following were the centers for hindu scholarship?

a) Nasik

b) Paithan

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

c) Both a and b

 

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