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Modern India - 2200 Questions & Answers Degree Level / KAS Questions and Answers (Chapter 02)

Modern India- Questions & Answers 2202 Questions and Answers - 02

Modern India Questions and Answers -02

151. Who was the founder of Khudai Khitmatgars (Servants of God)?
(a) SirSyed Ahmed Khan
(b) Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
(c) Nawab Abdul Latif
(d) MA Jinnah
Ans: (b) Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan

152.  Who was the founder of the Muslim League?
(a)MA Jinnah         (b)AghaKhan
(c) Liaqat Ali Khan (d)    Muhammad Iqbal
Ans: (b) Agha Khan

153. Who was the founder of the Pakistan national movement?
(a)Iqbal                    (b) Jinnah
(c) Rehmat Ali       (d) Aga Khan
Ans: (c) Rehmat Ali

154. Who was the last Governor-General of British India?
(a)Rajagopalachari (b) Lord Wire 11
(c) Lord Mountbatten (d) Lord Linlithgo
 Ans: (c) Lord Mountbatten

155. Who was the leader and inspirer of the Young Bengal Movement?
(a)Tagore    (b) SN Bannerjee
(c) H V Derozio      (d) None of these
Ans: (c) H V Derozio

156. Who was the political guru of Gopal Krishna Gokhale?
(a)Dadabhai Navroji    (b) WC Bannerjee
(c) SN Bannerjee           (d)MGRanade
Ans: (d) MG Ranade

157. Who was the political guru of Subhas Chandra Bose?
(a) Chittaranjan Das
(b) Aurobindo Ghosh
(c) Tagore
(d) Dadabhi Navroji
Ans: (a) Chittaranjan Das

158. Who was the president of INC when India got independence?
(a)Rajendraprasad (b) Maulana Azad
 (c) Jawaharlal Nehru (d) JB Kripalani
Ans: (d) J B Kripalani

159. Who was the president of INC when it split in the Surat session in 1907?
(a)Rash Behari Ghosh (b) GK Gokhale
(c) AC Majumdar (d) MM Malavjya
Ans: (a) Rash Behari Ghosh

160. Who was the president of INC when the resolution for complete independence 1929?
(a) Jawaharlal Nehru (b) Lajpat Rai
(c)Motilal Nehru (d) Chittaranjan Das
Ans: (a) Jawaharlal Nehru

161. Who was the president of the Indian National Congress when it launched Quit India Movement?
(a) Subash Bose
(b) JB Kripalani
(c) Jawaharlal Nehru
(d) Abul Kalam Azad 
Ans: (d) Abul Kalam Azad

162. Who was the prime minister of England when India got independence?
(a)  Winston Churchill
(b)  Ramsay Me Donald
(c)  Clement Atlee
(d)  Neville Chamberlain
Ans:(c) Clement Atlee

163. Who started Brahma Samaj of India alters the schism in Brahma Samaj?
(a) Iswar Chandra Vidhya Sagar
(b) Keshav Chandra Sen
(c) Athmaram Pandurang
(d) None of these
Ans: (b) Keshav Chandra Sen

164. ‘Prabudha Bharat’ was a paper published in English by:
(a) Louis Vivian Derozio                                (b) G.H. Deshmukh
(c) Swami Vivekanand                                   (d) Swami Dayanand
Answer: (c)

165. The brave heroine of Nagaland during the civil disobedience movement:
(a) Begum Hazratmahal                                (b) Rani Gaidulu
(c)Rani Lakshmi Bhai                                     (d) Rani Parvathi Bhai
Answer: (b)

166. During the decline of the Mughal Empire, the Jats were organized into a political
force by:
(a) Rajaram                         (b) Churaman
(c) Badan Singh                   (d) Surajmal
Answer: (d)

167. The founder of ‘Mahila Rashtriya Sangh’:
(a) Lathika Ghosh                                         (b) Sarala Devi
(c) Preethi Vadekar                                     (d) Kasturba Gandhi
Answer: (a)

168. The founder of ‘Sathysodhak Samaj’:
(a) Ranade                                    (b) Eswar Chandra Vidhyadsagar
(c) Jotiba Phule                                            (d) Athmaram Pandurang
Answer: (c)

169. The Indian association was established in 1876 in:
(a) Bombay                                                      (b) Pune
(c) Allahabad                                                   (d) Calcutta
Answer: (d)

170. The leader who escaped from the custody of the British and went to
Germany secretly met Hitler:
(a) Chempakaraman Pillai                                 (b) Rash Behari Bose
(c) Subhas Chandra Bose                                    (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

171. The Maratha Chief, Sambaji was executed during the reign of:
(a) Jahangir                                                                (b) Shah Jehan
(c) Aurangazeb                                                     (d) Mohabat Khan
Answer: (c)

172. The mutiny of 1857 failed because:
(a) The British have powerful arms
(b) The British outnumbered the Indians
(c) Of the lack of proper planning and leadership
(d) It was premature
Answer: (c)

173. The name of Colonel Sleeman is associated with:
(a) The Sind Campaign                         (b) The abolition of Thuggees
(c) The campaign against Pindaris          (d)  None of these
Answer: (b)

174. The place where the first war of independence was led by Kunwar
(a) Bareilly                                                           (b) Faizabad
(c) Jagdishpur                                                     (d) Kanpur
Answer: (c)

175. The Radical Democratic Party was formed in 1940 by:
(a) N.D.Majumdar                                               (b) S.C.Bose
(c) B.R.Ambedkar                                                (d) M.N.Roy
Answer: (d)

176. The repeated invasion and plundering of Nadir Shah gave a death blow to:
(a) Vijaya Nagar empire                                      (b)Mughal Empire
(c) Maratha power                                                (d) Delhi Sultanate
Answer: (b)

177. The resolution passed by Indian National Congress in ____ at its Madras Session lay down that the declaration of Fundamental Rights should be the basis of the future Constitution of India.
(a)1927                                                          (b) 1928
(c) 1929                                                            (d)  1930
Answer: (a)

178. The seat of Gaekwad was:
(a) Pune                                                        (b) Baroda
(c) Nagpur                                                    (d) Indore
Answer: (b)

179. The seat of Holkar was:
(a) Indore                                                  (b) Pune
(c) Nagpur                                                (d) Baroda
Answer: (a)

180. The significance of the third Carnatic War:
(a) Caused the defeat of Marathas
(b) End of Anglo Maratha War
(c) End of Political power of French in India
(d) Tipu Sultan was defeated
Answer: (c)

181. The symbol of 1857 revolt:
(a) Rose and Bread                                     (b) Lotus and cow
(c) Rose and Lamp                                      (d) Lotus and Bread
Answer: (d)

182. The treaty of Aix-la-Chappelle is associated with:
(a) First Carnatic War                         (b) Second Carnatic War
(c) Third Carnatic War                           (d) Seven Years War
Answer: (a)

183. The First Anglo-Burmese War was fought during the period:
(a) 1820-22                                           (b) 1824-26
(c) 1828-30                                           (d)   1834-36
Answer: (b)

184. The First Anglo-Afghan War (also known as Auckland’s Folly) was fought
between British India and Afghanistan from 1839 to ____
(a) 1842                                                   (b) 1840
(c) 1841                                                   (d)  1844
Answer: (a)

185. The First Anglo-Sikh War was fought between the Sikh Empire and the
British East India Company between :
(a) 1840 and 1841                                          (b) 1842 and 1844
(c) 1845 and 1846                                          (d)  1848 and 1849
Answer: (c)

186. Under whose Chairmanship Indian Education Commission 1882 was
(a) Charles Wood                                           (b) Lord Curzon
(c) W.W.Hunter                                               (d) Lord Lytton
Answer: (c)

187. Which commission recommended the adoption of a famine code for India?
(a) Campbell Commission 1868                    (b) Macdonnell Commission 1898
(c) Strachey Commission 1880                      (d) Lyall Commission 1901
Answer: (c)

188. Which is considered by academics abroad to be the Indian equivalent of
(a) Presidency College, Kolkata                     (b) Christian College, Chennai
(c) Ferguson College                                        (d) Madras Presidency College
Answer: (a)

189. Which of the following events occurred first?
(a) Chinese Revolution                                     (b) Quit India Movement
(c) Division of Bengal                       (d) Formation of Constituent Assembly
Answer: (c)

190. Which of the following occupies the most important place in the history of
social and religious reforms in India?
(a) Arya Samaj                                                       (b) Brahma Samaj
(c) Deva Samaj                                                       (d) Prarthana Samaj
Answer: (b)

191. Which of the following was known as ‘Indian Gladstone’?
(a) Bal Gangadhar Tilak                                    (b) Dadabhai Naoroji
(c) Gopal Krishna Gokhale                       (d) Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
Answer: (b)

192. Which organization is led by ‘Ten Principles’?
(a) Buddhism                                                       (b) Jainism
(c) Christianity                                                    (d) Arya Samaj
Answer: (d)

193. Which war has been described as ‘Dupleix’s private war’?
(a) Second Carnatic War                                      (b) Second Sikh War
(c) Second Anglo-Maratha War                           (d) First Carnatic War
Answer: (a)

194. Who among the British Generals defeated Peshwa Baji Rao I?
(a) Outram                                                    (b) Malcolm
(c) Elphinstone                                            (d) Kitchener
Answer: (b)

195. Who among the following is related to the Tirunelveli Conspiracy case:
(a) Vanchi Iyer                                            (b) T.K.Madhavan
(c) E.V.Ramaswami Naiker                      (d)  G.S.Iyer
Answer: (a)

196. Who compared the Dandi March to Napoleon’s March to Paris from Elba?
(a) Dadabhai Naoroji                                  (b) Lala Lajpat Rai
(c) Subhas Chandra Bose                          (d) Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Answer: (c)

197. Who founded Bethune College in Kolkata?
(a) Iswar Chandra Vidhyasagar               (b) Raja Ram Mohun Roy
(c) Surendra Nath Bannerjee                     (d)Rabindranath Tagore
Answer: (a)

198. Founder of Benarus Hindu University:
(a) Lala Lajpat Rai                                  (b) Vivekananda
(c) Raja Ram Mohun Roy                        (d) Madan Mohan Malavya
Answer: (d)

199. In which year Numismatic Society of India was established at Allahabad?
(a) 1908                                                                   (b) 1910
(c) 1912                                                                   (d)  1914
Answer: (b)

200. M.A.O. College later became:
(a) Benarus Hindu University               (b) Aligarh Muslim University
(c)Delhi University                                   (d) Magadh University
Answer: (b)

201. Madras Mahajana Sabha was established in:
(a) 1884                                                         (b) 1887
(c) 1894                                                        (d)  1904
Answer: (a)

202. Pondicherry was the main base on the coromandel coast of the:
(a) English East India Company              (b) French East India Company
(c) Dutch East India Company                 (d) Danish East India Company
Answer: (b)

203. Revolutionary youth Madanlal Dhingra shot dead:
(a) Michael O’Dyer                                       (b) General Dyer
(c) Lord Curzon                                            (d) Curzon Wylie
Answer: (d)

204. Sir William Sleeman was associated with the operation against the:
(a) Sikhs                                                      (b) Rajputs
(c) Thugs                                                     (d) Pindaris
Answer: (c)

205. The ‘Voice of India’ published extracts from Indian Press. It was started by:
(a) S.N.Bannerjee                                          (b) Bal Gangadhar Tilak
(c) Dadabhai Naoroji                                   (d) P.Ananda Charlu
Answer: (c)

206. The author of ‘1857 The Great Rebellion’:
(a) Vir Savarkar                                               (b) Ashok Mehta
(c) Jawaharlal Nehru                                     (d) Sarojini Naidu
Answer: (b)

207. The first Indian to be elected to the leadership of Communist International
(a) M.N.Roy                                                               (b) P.C.Joshi
(c)Sohan Singh Josh                                               (d) S.A.Dange
Answer: (a)

208. The first Indian to preach the gospel of Swadeshi and India for Indians:
(a) WC Bannerjee                                                    (b) Dadabhai Naoroji
(c) Raja Ram Mohun Roy                                   (d) Swami Dayanand Saraswati
Answer: (d)

209. The first war of Independence in India lasted for almost:
(a) Two weeks                                                   (b) Two years
(c) Two days                                                       (d) One year
Answer: (b)

210. Who founded Dayanand Anglo Vedic School?
(a) Lala Hansraj                                 (b) Bhagat Singh
(c) Vivekananda                                 (d) Iswar Chandra Vidhyasagar
Answer: (a)

211. Who introduced the Ryotwari system in Madras?
(a) Elphinstone                                                (b) Alexander Reed
(c) Thomas Monroe                                        (d) Robert Clive
Answer: (c)

212. Who is associated with the Self Respect Movement?
(a) G.S.Iyer                                                           (b) Vanchi Iyer
(c) E.V.Ramaswami Naiker                             (d) V.O.Chidambaram Pillai
Answer: (c)

213. Who was the president of the Indian National Congress during the Bengal partition?
(a) Motilal Nehru                                          (b) Dadabhai Naoroji
(c) Feroz Shah Mehta                                  (d) Gopal Krishna Gokhale
Answer: (d)

214. ‘Hind Swaraj’ was written by Gandhiji while:
(a) Travelling from England to India by ship
(b) In Sabarmati Asharam
(c) Travelling from England to South Africa by ship
(d) Leading Champaran Satyagraha
Answer: (c)

215. ‘Sudharak’ was a newspaper by:
(a) G.K.Gokhale                                       (b) Gandhiji
(c) M.G.Ranade                                       (d) B.G.Tilak
Answer: (a)

216. “Christianity  wins its prosperity by cutting throats of its fellow men”- Who
said this?
(a) Dayanand                                            (b) Vivekananda
(c) Ram Krishna Paramhansa               (d) Gandhiji
Answer: (b)

217. “God is of no use to the hungry belly’ Whose words are these?
(a) Vivekananda                                   (b) Dayanand
(c) Guru Nanak                                     (d) Ram Krishna Paramhansa
Answer: (d)

218. A leading British Parliamentarian and politician admitted that the revolt of
1857 was a ‘National Revolt’, not a’ Military Mutiny’?
(a) Lord Dalhousie                                 (b) Lord Canning
(c) William Gladstone                           (d) Benjamin Disraeli
Answer: (d)

219. After 1857, who among the following announced at a Durbar at Allahabad,
the assumption of the Government of India by the Sovereign of Great Britain?
(a) Lord Canning                                    (b) Sir John Lawrence
(c) Lord Mayo                                         (d) Lord Northbrook
Answer: (a)

220. All India Hindu Maha Sabha was set up in 1915 under the presidentship of:
(a) Sahajanand                                          (b) Maharaja of Kasimbazar
(c) Lajpath Rai                                           (d)  M.M.Malavya
Answer: (b)

221. An Indian revolutionary who was a professor of Sanskrit in the Universities
of Berkeley and Stanford died in Philadelphia:
(a) Shyamji Krishna Varma                     (b) Lala Hardayal
(c)Taraka Nath Das                                   (d) Bhai Parmanand
Answer: (b)

222. Baba Ram Chandra Das was a leader of:
(a) Taluqdars                                                (b) Liberals
(c) Congress                                                 (d) Peasants
Answer: (d)

223. Domingo Paes was a visitor from:
(a) Iran                                                           (b) France
(c) Russia                                                      (d)  Portugal
Answer: (d)

224. During the 1940s, Nanasaheb Ramchandra Patil founded a parallel government named Prati Sarkar in the 150 villages in:
(a) Bengal                                                      (b) Bihar
(c) Maharashtra                                          (d) Orissa
Answer: (c)
225. During Quit India  movement, Tamralipta Jatiya Sarkar (Tamrlipta
National Government) was formed in:
(a) Maharashtra                                                   (b) Bengal
(c) Orissa                                                                (d)  Bihar
Answer: (b)

226. In 1905, Bhavani Mandir was published  by:
(a) B.G.Tilak                                                  (b) Aurobindo
(c) Sachin Sanyal                                          (d) Barindrakumar Ghosh
Answer: (d)

227. In which city did Tipu Sultan plant the ‘Tree of Liberty?
(a) Srirangapatnam                                          (b) Mysore
(c) Bangalore                                                      (d) Halebid
Answer: (a)

228. Indian Broadcasting Corporation was renamed in 1936 as:
(a) Akashvani                                                   (b) Nabhovani
(c) Doorvani                                                    (d)  All India Radio
Answer: (d)

229. Mrs Annie Besant set up Home Rule League in September 1916 with its seat at:
(a) Pune                                                            (b) Kolkata
(c) Adayar                                                         (d) Delhi
Answer: (c)

230. Punjab was annexed to British India in 1849 by:
(a) Lord Canning                                          (b) John Lawrence
(c) Lord Dufferin                                          (d)  Lord Dalhousie
Answer: (d)

231. Roa Bharmal, who rose in revolt due to the interference of the British in the internal affairs of the state, was the ruler of:
(a) Kashmir                                                    (b) Mysore
(c) Cutch                                                         (d) Bengal
Answer: (c)

232. Robert Knight is related to the magazine/newspaper?
(a) Deenabandhu                                          (b) The Statesman
(c) Voice of India                                           (d)  Indian Mirror
Answer: (b)

233. Taluqdari settlement was made in:
(a) Bihar                                                            (b) Orissa
(c) Oudh                                                            (d)  Madras
Answer: (c)

234. The background of the Mahar movement was:
(a) Maharashtra                                        (b) Punjab
(c) Bihar                                                       (d)  Kashmir
Answer: (a)

235. The background of the Sanyasi Revolt was:
(a) Gujarat                                                   (b) Bengal
(c) Bombay                                                   (d) Madras
Answer: (b)

236. The British introduced the railways in India in order to:
(a) promote heavy industries
(b) facilitate British commerce and administrative control
(c) move foodstuff in case of famine
(d)  enable Indians to move freely within the country
Answer: (b)

237. The credit of victory of Porto Novo goes to the British General:
(a) Eyrecoot                                                      (b) Munroe
(c) Col.Fraser                                                    (d) Col.Bailey
Answer: (a)

238. The first Indian to join the ICS:
(a) SN Bannerjee                                       (b) Manmohan Ghosh
(c) S.P.Sinha                                                (d) Satyendranath Tagore
Answer: (d)

239. The first secretary of Punjab Naujawan Sabha was:
(a) Ajith Singh                                              (b) Lajpat Rai
(c) Bhagat Singh                                          (d) Lahore
Answer: (c)

240. The last Governor-General of East India Company:
(a) William Bentick                                    (b) Dalhousie
(c) John Lawrence                                       (d) Canning
Answer: (d)

241. The Mughal emperor who earned the nickname ‘Rangila’ due to his addition to wine and women:
(a) Bahadur Shah I                                      (b) Muhammad Shah
(c) Shah Alam                                               (d) Farukh Siyar
Answer: (b)

242. The newspaper ‘Rast Goftar’ propagated the message of an organisation
Stood for the reforms of:
(a) Parsis                                                                   (b) Sikhs
(c) Christians                                                            (d) Jews
Answer: (a)

243. The office of Peshwa became independent during the reign of:
(a) Shivaji                                                                 (b) Sambhaji
(c) Raja Ram                                                             (d) Sahu
Answer: (d)

244. The organiser of ‘Dharma Sabha’:
(a) M.G.Ranade                                             (b) Raja Ram Mohun Roy
(c) Radha Kant Deb                                       (d) Vivekananda
Answer: (c)

245. The policy of ‘Masterly Inactivity is associated with the name of the
(a) Dalhousie                                                      (b) John Lawrence
(c) Canning                                                          (d)  Warren Hastings
Answer: (b)

246. The Second Anglo Mysore war was fought during the Governor Generalship of:
(a) Wellesley                                                   (b) Warren Hastings
(c) Dalhousie                                                  (d)  Ellenborough
Answer: (b)

247. The Treaty of Allahabad was signed in:
(a) 1765                                                            (b) 1784
(c) 1792                                                             (d)  1799
Answer: (a)

248. The Treaty of Bassein was signed between Baji Rao II the last Peshwa
and the ____
(a) Mughals                                                      (b) French
(c) Sikhs                                                            (d) English
Answer: (d)

249. The Treaty of Mysore was signed between Tipu and the British in:
(a) 1784                                                               (b) 1792
(c) 1799                                                               (d) 1782
Answer: (a)

250. The Treaty of Purandhar was signed between the English and the Peshwa in:
(a) 1775                                                                 (b) 1776
(c) 1786                                                                 (d) 1796
Answer: (b)

251. The venue of the Kuka revolt led by Baba Ram Singh:
(a) Bengal                                                              (b) Punjab
(c) Assam                                                              (d) Maharashtra
Answer: (b)

252. The venue of the first session of the All India Kisan Sabha was:
(a) Mumbai                                                          (b) Kolkata
(c) Kanpur                                                           (d) Lucknow
Answer: (d)

253. The venue of the Tebhaga revolt:
(a) Bengal                                                            (b) Bihar
(c) Maharashtra                                                (d) Punjab
Answer: (c)

254. The Viceroy of British India who resigned over the question of Egypt:
(a) Curzon                                                           (b) Dufferin
(c) Ripon                                                              (d) Minto II
Answer: (c)

255. The word ‘National’ was added to the name of Congress during the Nagpur
session of:
(a) 1891                                                                    (b) 1892
(c) 1897                                                                     (d) 1899
Answer: (a)

256. The word ‘Swaraj’ was first used in the Congress platform in the 1906 session of:
(a) Pune                                                                 (b) Lucknow
(c) Surat                                                                 (d) Kolkata
Answer: (d)

257. The year of ‘Blackhole’ episode of Calcutta:
(a) 1755                                                                 (b) 1756
(c) 1757                                                                 (d) 1758
Answer: (b)

258. Ulgulan was a movement of the:
(a) Agarias                                                           (b) Juang
(c) Mundas                                                          (d) Hos
Answer: (c)

259. What was the real name of Bahadur Shah I, who emerged victorious in the
war of succession after Aurangazeb?
(a) Muazzam                                                          (b) Salim
(c) Farid                                                                  (d) Khurram
Answer: (a)

260. Which modern historian opined that “the so-called First National War of Independence of 1857 is neither First, nor National, nor War of Independence.”?
(a) S.N.Sen                                                                (b) Tara Chand
(c) R.C.Majumdar                                                   (d) K.K.Dutta
Answer: (c)

261. Which session of the Indian National Congress decided to reorganise
Provincial Congress Committees on the basis of linguistic areas:
(a) 1920 Nagpur                                                     (b) 1911 Kolkata
(c) 1916 Lucknow                                                  (d) 1924 Belgaum
Answer: (a)

262. Which tribal leader was regarded as an incarnation of God and Father of the World?
(a) Kanhu Santha                                                      (b) Rupa Naik
(c) Birsa Munda                                                         (d) Joria Bhagat
Answer: (c)

263. Who among the following was the editor of ‘Deenabandhu’?
(a) Dadabhai Naoroji                                              (b) Jotiba Phule
(c) Robert Knight                                                     (d) Manmohan Ghosh
Answer: (b)

264. Who was the President of India when Bangladesh was formed in 1971:
Answer: V.V.Giri

265. Subhash Chandra Bose became the President of Indian National Congress for the first time in:
Answer: 1938

(265 - A). In his life, Gandhiji has undergone imprisonment for--------- days.
Answer: 2338

(265- B). For how many days Gandhiji was imprisoned in South Africa?
Answer: 249

266. The founder of the Royal Asiatic Society:
Answer: Warren Hastings

267. In which year did the incident responsible for Kakori Conspiracy Case occurred?
Answer: 1925

268. Who was the Viceroy of India during the Delhi Durbar of 1877?
Answer: Lytton

269. The woman who faced trial along with Surya Sen?
Answer: Kalpana Joshi

270. Who attempted to assassinate  Governor of Bengal Sir Stanley Jackson in a convocation ceremony?
Answer: Beena Das

271. The year of Jallianwala Bagh Tragedy:
Answer: 1919

272. Who coined the slogan ‘Inquilab Zindabad’?
Answer: Muhammad Iqbal

273. Hindustan Republican Association was formed in 1924 at:
Answer: Kanpur

274. Aurobindo Ghosh was trialled in connection with .....conspiracy case:
Answer: Alipore

275. The first political organisation in modern India was founded in 1838.  What was its name?
Answer: Landholder’s Association

276. The founder of the Asiatic Society of Bengal in 1784?
Answer: William Jones

277. Who killed Michael O’Dyer to revenge for the Jallian Walla Bagh Massacre?
Answer: Uddham Singh

278. Who raised the slogan ‘Inquilab Zindabad’ for the first time?
Answer: Bhagat Singh

279. Who repealed the Vernacular Press Act?
Answer: Ripon

280. Who was called ‘the mother of the Indian Revolution’?
Answer: Madam Bhikaji Kama

281. The year of the foundation of the Muslim League:
Answer: 1906

282. Who was known as ‘Masterda’?
Answer: Surya Sen

283. The founder of the Indian League in 1875:
Answer: Shishir Kumar Ghosh

284. The founder of Satyashodhak Samaj in 1873:
Answer: Jyotiba Phule

285. The year of Naval Mutiny:
Answer: 1946

286. Who founded the Poona Sarvajanik Sabha in 1870?
Answer: Mahadev Govind Ranade

287. Who was the Viceroy when Indian National Congress was formed in 1885?
Answer: Dufferin

288. The year of the Poona Pact:
Answer: 1932

289. Who founded Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh in 1925? 
Answer: Hedgewar

290. The organisation founded by GG Agarkar, Mahadev Govind Ranade and VG Chiplunkar in 1885?
Answer: Deccan Education Society

291. In which year did Vivekananda attend the World Parliament of Religions at Chicago? 
Answer: 1893

292. Who was known as ‘Shahid-i-Hind’?
Answer: Bhagat Singh

293. Who was the Viceroy when Queen Victoria was declared as the Empress of India in 1877?
Answer: Lytton

294. Muhammadan Literary Society of Calcutta was founded by:
Answer: Nawab Abdul Latif

295. Vernacular Press Act was passed in:
Answer: 1878

296. The founder of East India Association in 1866?
Answer: Dadabhai Naoroji

297. Which organisation was founded by Anand Mohan Bose and Surendra Nath Bannerjee in 1876?
Answer: Indian Association

298. Who founded Indian Liberal Federation in 1918?
Answer: Surendra Nath Bannerjee

299. Which was the second British Presidency in India?
Answer: Madras

300. Who founded Servants of India Society in 1905?
Answer: Gopal Krishna Gokhale
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