Consider the following statements about theTurkish architecture:1. No human or animals figures were used indecoration of arches.2. Decoration involving human and animalfigures was considered against Islam.Which of the statements given above is/arecorrect?
No human or animal figures were used in decoration in Turkish architecture since it was considered un
Islannc to do so. Instead. Turks used scrolls of flowers and verses of the Quran for decoration
Consider the following statements about GuruNanak's teachings:1. Nanak laid great emphasis on bhakti as thefirst condition to approach God.2. He was against the idol-worship.3. He preached an ascetic life.Which of the above statements is/are correct?
The term 'Tauhid' that appeared during themedieval period meant which of the following?
Tauhld was a cpncept developed by Akbar which meant unity of all religions or all religions are identical e background to th.s idea of Akbar formed the Bhakti Movement and Sufism which wanted to bring
people of various sects and creeds on a common platform
WithfollOA1. n2.3.Selecbelow(a)There is only one God.Islam is the best form of religion.All religions are the same.None of the abovereference to the Mughals, which of thering statements is/are correct?After the advent of Mughals, themanufacturing of gunpowder started inndia.The defining feature of paintings in Akbar's)eriod is the use of three dimensionaligures.lahi was the largest gold coin in the Mughal2ra.the correct answer using the code given
Consider the following dynasties:1. Sangama Dynasty2. Tjulava Dynasty3. Saluva Dynasty4. Aravidu DynastyWhich of the following is the correct chronologicalsequence of the above dynasties?
Correct sequence is 1-3-2-4.
Which of the following caves known prominentlyfor use of fresco -painting?
Aianta Caves weve done using fresco paindng and demonstrate considerable naturalism.
The Chinese monk Faxian visited India andrecorded the general conditions and culture ofIndia at that time. In this context, which of the.followmg statements is/are correct?1. Pataliputra has been described by"Faxian asthe best c% of India.The people were happy at this time but theburden of taxes was high.There was no circulation of corporalpunishment and capital punishment, butthe penalty was sufficient.Select the correct answer using the code givenbelow.
Between 399 and 414 CE. the Chinese monk Faxian (Fa-Hsien, FaHien) undertook a tnp via Centr^ Ama
ttoo IInnddiiaa sseeeekkimngg better copPi e-s of Buddhist boookfs t atxh wana sw elorwe; c tuhrerreen wtiays a nvoai ciiarbcluel aitni Conh oifnc ao.r Apcorcaolr pdumrga tsoh mhe nt,
STdelth pei, the penalty was sufficient. Pataliputra has been described by Faxian as the best city
Consider the following Bhakti Saints:1. KabirDas2. Guru Nanak3. DaduDayalWho among the above was/were contemporaryof Akbar?
DaW^was contemporary of Akbar. Akhar |Jalal ud-din Muhammad Akbar. 15 October 1542 - 1605)
was the third Mughal Emperor.
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With respect to the taxation system in theMugljial period, consider the followingstatements:I1. Akbar started the new system of landrevenue, 'Zabti' on Khalsa land.2. |he Nasaq system was very prevalent in theI|Iughal period, in which the land was notijieasured every year.Which of the statements given above is/arecorrect?.1