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One Liner Questions on Modern History of Himachal Pradesh – 6

By | September 15, 2017

1. In 1922, who represented Punjab Congress and participated in Baroda Congress session? – Rajinder Datt (Sirmaur) 2. When did Norah Richard, the famous writer and wife of Phillip Ernest Richard settle in Andretta village and join Indian freedom movement and also oppose the British rule? – 1923 A.D. 3. In Oct., 1924, a young… Read More »

One Liner Questions on Modern History of Himachal Pradesh – 5

By | September 12, 2017

1. In order to arrange the finances for revolutionary’s secret activites, Nagchala dacoity was carried out in Mandi state and following were involved in it- Mian Jawahar Singh, Sharda Ram, Jawala Singh, Longu Ram, Rani Lalita Kumari & Sidhu Kharara 2. Who were the other revolutionaries engaged in activities against British rule in Mandi? –… Read More »

One Liner Questions on Modern History of Himachal Pradesh – 4

By | September 12, 2017

1. What is true about Dumha movement? – It was a revolt against land taxes which were forced to be paid in cash, It was a collective, non-cooperative movement with Rohru of Bushahr state as its centre, Peasants of this movement went to forests along with their children and cattle and started living there &… Read More »

One Liner Questions on Modern History of Himachal Pradesh – 3

By | September 11, 2017

1. Which of the following facts are correct about various religions in Lahual-Spiti? – Hinduism is the dominant religion of Lahaul sub –division & Budhism is the dominant religion of Spiti sub-division 2. When did revolt take place in Suket state during the rule of Raj Sen (1836-76) – 1862 A.D. 3. Dumha movement took… Read More »

One Liner Questions on Modern History of Himachal Pradesh – 2

By | September 11, 2017

1. Amar Singh Thapa subjugated Nalagarh, Jubbal, Punder and Dhami in – 1810 A.D. 2. Amar Singh Thapa defeated Bushahr army and subjugated Theog, Balson, Kotgarh, Jubbal and Rampur in – 1811 A.D. 3. Gurkhas earned the wrath of Britishers as Amar Singh Thapa interfered in Sarhind of Punjab and plains of Patiala and hence… Read More »