Political History of Mughals and Sikhs – Pakistan Knowledge – Level 1

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Political History of Mughals and Sikhs - Level 1

Pakistan Knowledge MCQs

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  1. Who united the Sikhs and founded kingdom in Punjab? Maharaja Ranjit Singh
  2. The Mansabdari system introduced by Akbar was borrowed from the system in: Mongolia
  3. Who among the following was the first Mughal emperor to allow Britishers to establish trade links with India? Jehangir
  4. The capital of Mughal empire was shifted from Agra to Delhi by: Shah Jahan
  5. The Peacock Throne was made for: Shah Jahan
  6. In 1662 AD, Mir Jumla, the Mughal governor of Bengal led successful expedition to: Assam
  7. Which of the following ports was the biggest port during the Mughal period? Surrat
  8. The East India Company was founded in India during the reign of: Jehangir
  9. The capital of the kingdom of Maharaja Ranjit Singh was: Lahore
  10. The Sikh Guru who was fought Mughals was: Guru Gobind Singh

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1. The Sikh Guru who was fought Mughals was:

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2. The capital of Mughal empire was shifted from Agra to Delhi by:

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3. The East India Company was founded in India during the reign of:

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4. The capital of the kingdom of Maharaja Ranjit Singh was:

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5. In 1662 AD, Mir Jumla, the Mughal governor of Bengal led successful expedition to:

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6. The Mansabdari system introduced by Akbar was borrowed from the system in:

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7. The Peacock Throne was made for:

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8. Who among the following was the first Mughal emperor to allow Britishers to establish trade links with India?

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9. Which of the following ports was the biggest port during the Mughal period?

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10. Who united the Sikhs and founded kingdom in Punjab?

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