History Snippets Important

History Snippets Important

History snippets Important: Here we are providing snippets of History which are very important regarding competitive examinations. The below list gives you the history snippets that are the slogans of the world famous persons like Mahatma Gandhi, Karl  Marks, Hitler, Subhash Chandra Bose, Bismark  and very important points regarding world history . We hope this topic will help you in reaching your goal.

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Communist manifesto writer Karl Marx
Mazzini founded a revolutionary society called Young Italy
The highest stage of capitalism is Imperialism
Russian parliament name Duma
The Blood and Iron policy was followed by Bismark
writer of ‘Das kapital’ Karl Marx
Congo was discovered by Cameroon
 ‘Dark Continent’ Africa
Who develop trade with India firts Portuguese
What is the name given to the army commanded by Garibaldi? Red shirts
Napoleon was defeated finally in which war? Waterloo
Which was the first country to fall prey to the Europeans India
“Mein Kampf” writer Hitler
Nazi Party founder Hitler
who outlawed the practice of Sati in India William Bentinck
Indus valley civilization Excavation was first carried out by Sir John Marshall
Robert Mugabe became the first president of Zimbabwe
The immediate Cause of the sepoy mutiny was the use of Enfield Rifles 
“War is to a nation what maternity is to women” was the principle advocated by Benito Mussolini
Ramakrishna mission founder Swami Vivekananda
Great master of Indian medical science was Charaka
Fascist Party founder  Benito Mussolini
Mahabalipuram Temples were built by Narasimhavarman / Pallavas
The 1857 Revolt began at Meerut
The European country which held monopoly over India trade during 16th century was Portugal
The sculpture that existed during Kanishka’s period was called Gandhara Sculpture / Greco-Buddhist Art
Red Fort located in Delhi was built by Shahjahan
The great astronomer of Ancient India Varahamihira / Aryabhatta
Ajanta caves are near Aurangabad (Maharashtra)
The earliest of the Vedas is Rigveda
The construction of Qutub Minar was completed by Iltutmish
The builder of Buland Darwaza was Akbar
What was a striking example of city culture at Mohenjo Daro? Great Bath
Brihadeshwara Temple was located at Tanjavur
The philosophy advocated by Shankara-charya is known as Advaita
Hiuen Tsang, the Chinese pilgrim visited India during the reign of Harsha
In Chandragupta Vikramaditya’s court there were the poets called  Navaratnas
Tanjavur Brihadeshwara temple built by  Raja Raja Chola
Mughal Empire Founder  Babur
 Who laid foundation of Indo-Persian school of painting?  Akbar
 Who gave patronage to Mughul miniature painting?  Jahangir
 Whose court was adorned by Ashtadiggajas?  Sri Krishna Devaraya
 Who produced Vedic literature  Aryans
 The 1857 revolt was called as  First war of Indian Independence
 The biggest Nataraja image in the country is at  Chidambaram
 Who were responsible for the rise of Bakthi movement?  Sufi saints
 Ganapati festival, Shivaji festival were started by  Bala Gangadhar Tilak
 Indo-Persian architecture was patronized by  Shahjahan
 Which is regarded as very ancient native Indian language?  Sanskrit
 Ramanuja was a worshipper of Vishnu and preached  Vaishnavism
 Who founded the Dvaita philosophy?  Madhvacharya
 Who said “Swaraj is my birthright and I shall have it”?  Bal Gangadhar Tilak
 Who said -Inquilab Zindabad?  Bhagat Singh
 The Rajaraja Temple at Thanjur was built by?  Rajendra Chola 1
 The slogan “Give me blood, I shall give you freedom given by  Subhash Chandra Bose
 Who said -Go back to the Vedas?  Swami Dayanand Saraswati
 Who founded the Sikh sect?  Guru Nanak
 Gopuram is an important feature of  Dravidian construction
 Who popularized the Advaita philosophy?  Shankaracharya
 The book ‘Akbar Namah’ was written by?  Abul Fazl
 Who said ‘Do or die’?  Gandhi
 The book ‘Tughluq Namah’ was written by?  Amir Khusrau
 Who said “Satyameva Jayathe” (Truth alone will win)?  Madan Mohan Malaviya
 To which king belongs the Lion capitol at Sarnath?  Ashoka
 The theory of economic drain of India during British imperialism was propounded by  Dadabai Nauroji
 To whom of the Republic of Buddha belong?  Sakyas
 The Vijayanagara ruler, Sri Kirshnadeva Raya’s work Amuktamalyada, was in  Telugu
Tipu sultan was the ruler of  Mysore
 Tripitakas are sacred books of  Buddhists
 Two of the great Mughals wrote their own memories are  Babur and Jahangir
 Who were the first Europeans to come to India and last to leave India?  Portuguese
 The language of discourses of Gautama Buddha was  Pali
 ‘The Vedas contain all the truth’ was interpreted by  Swami Dayananda
 Atlee, the Prime Minister of England sent a Cabinet mission to India in  1946
 According to ____ plan (1947) the partition of India was happened.  Mountbatten
 The Vedic deity Indra was the Goddess of  Rain and Thunder
 Who found the Servants of India Society?  Gopala Krishna Gokhale
 The Upanishads are  A source of Hindu Philosophy
 Who wrote famous epic ‘Shahnama’?  
 To meet the educational needs of the people, the Madarasa-I Nasiri was built in the regin of  Iltutmish
 Who was the first Buddhist pilgrim of China to visit India during the reign of Chandragupta Vikramaditya  Fa-Hien
 The leader of the Indian National Army was  Subash Chandra Bose
 Annie Besant belonged to  Ireland
 Pulakesin II was the most famous ruler of  Chalukyas
 The leader of moderates was  Gopala Krishna Gokhale
 The Salt Satyagraha was held at  Dandi, Gujarat
 Minto-Marley reforms were introduced in  1909
 Under whose leadership was the All India Muslim League set up?  Aga Khan
 First President of Indian National Congress  W.C. Bonerjee
 The Home Rule Movement was started by  Annie Besant/Tilak
 The partition of Bengal was made in 1905 by  Lord Curzon
 Indian National Congress first session was held at  Mumbai
 Gandhi fought against ____ system at champaran  Tinkathia
 The hymn of Vande Mataram was written by  Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
 Gandhi took very serious view of the ____ incident and called off the non-cooperation movement  Chauri Chaura
 Gandhi-Irwin pact was signed in  1931
 Muslim league was formed in  1906
 Gandhi and Ambedkar signed  Poona Pact
 The main objective of the extremist was the attainment of  Swaraj
 Which movement was launched in response to the Partition of Bengal?  Vande Mataram
 For which award Gandhiji protested against MacDonald  Communal
 In 1930, the First Round Table Conference held at  London
 Who was responsible for Jallianwala Bagh massacre?  General Dyer

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