Medieval Period of Indian History describes the Post classic Era, i.e. Eighth to Eighteenth century CE in the Indian subcontinent. It is split right into 2 periods: The ‘very early middle ages duration’ which lasted from the 8th to the 13th century as well as the ‘late middle ages duration’ which lasted from the 13th to the 18th century in some meanings, however lots of finish the duration with the beginning of the Mughal Empire in 1526. It lasted from 8th century AD to 18th century AD.
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Which of the following rulers belonged to Slave Dynasty ?CorrectIncorrect
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Who among the following Sultans of Delhi has been described by the historians as the ‘mixture of opposites ?CorrectIncorrect
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The founder of the first Afghan rule in India wasCorrectIncorrect
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The dynasty that succeeded the Chalukyas in Western India was that of theCorrectIncorrect
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The Sultan who called himself Naib-i-Khudai or Deputy of the God, wasCorrectIncorrect
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The extent of the Delhi Sultanate empire was the greatest during the reign ofCorrectIncorrect
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Market control was first introduced in medieval Indian byCorrectIncorrect
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Vatapi was the capital of theCorrectIncorrect
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Which of the following is correctly matched ?CorrectIncorrect
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The first Muslim ruler to formulate the theory of kingship similar to the theory of divine right of Kings wasCorrectIncorrect