Daily Online Gk Quiz And Questions And Answers On Indian History 1

Q1 The famous Buddhist scholar Ashvaghosha was a contemporary of which one of the following?
Q2 Assertion (A): The Gupta period is often called the 'Golden Age' of ancient India. Reason (R): The Gupta rulers issued gold coins. Codes:
Q3 Assertion (A): Nalanda was the centre of Buddhist learning in the post-Gupta period. Reason (R): It was patronised by the Pal a rulers. Codes:
Q4 Assertion (A): In the beginning, only high caste Kshatriya communities adopted Jainism. Reason (R): Vardhaman Mahavira belonged to a well-known Kshatriya community. Codes:
Q5 Assertion (A): Chandragupta Maurya failed in his first campaign against Magadha. Reason (R): He did not begin with the frontiers, but invaded the heart of Magadha. Codes:
Q6 Assertion (A): The jainas follow the practice of worshipping images of tirthankaras. Reason (R): They denied the existence of a Supreme Being. Codes:
Q7 Assertion (A): The Kushanas issued a large number of gold coins. Reason (R): The period was marked by flourishing trade. Codes:
Q8 Assertion (A): There is no conclusive proof of the presence of temples or public places of worship in the Indus civilization. Reason (R): To the Harappans, religion was perhaps more a personal and a private matter than a public affair. Codes:
Q9 The Harappan civilizations do not have homogeneity or uniformity in
Q10 A prominent Harappan site, being surrounded by flood barriers in order to protect it with the aid of UNESCO funds, is