New Books 6th standard History : What is History? Model Test -1

This section is a store house of Multiple Choice questions based on new 6th standard History book(Unit-1 What is History?). These questions mainly focused for TNPSC / TRB - TET / UPSC  / SSC and other state public service examinations. TNPSC aspirants may use this quiz and update your knowledge. All the best... .Knock the door of success......

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  1.  Temple walls inscriptions is an example of _________.
    1.  Religious literature
    2.  Monuments
    3.  Archaeological source
    4.  Secular literature

  2. Numismatics is the study of __________.
    1.  Numbers
    2.  Coins
    3.  Inscriptions
    4.  Rock painting

  3. Proto history is period _________.
    1.  of pre-history when human had no knowledge about the fire
    2.  of history when human starts their kingdom
    3.  of history when human starts to know the usage of science
    4.  between pre-history and history

  4. What can be a source?
    1.  Place
    2.  Person
    3.  Stone
    4.  All of the above

  5. Dharma Chakra has _____spokes in Indian national flag.
    1.  26
    2.  27
    3.  18
    4.  24 

  6. King Ashoka's greatness were observed through inscriptions on the rocks __________.
    1.  Sanchi Stupa
    2.  Saranath Pillar
    3.  Saharanath Pillar
    4.  Both (a) and (b)

  7. Material evidences on the greatness of King Ashoka was provided by _________.
    1.  William Jones
    2.  James Prinsep
    3.  Alexander Cunningham
    4.  All of the above

  8.  Who was the first to lay roads in India?
    1.  Alexander Cunningham
    2.  James Prinsep
    3.  William Jones
    4.  King Ashoka

  9. After which incident King Ashoka gave up war ?
    1.  Battle of Buxar
    2.  Kalinga war
    3.  Carnatic war
    4.  Battle of Khanwa

  10. "The Search for the India’s Lost Emperor" was written by _________.
    1.  William Jones
    2.  William Allen
    3.  Charles Allen
    4.  Charles Jones




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