Modern Indian History Quiz Question with Answer

21. The main object of Khilafat Movement was to force the ............. Government to change its attitude towards Turkey and to restore the Sultan.

  1. British
  2. Austrian
  3. American
  4. Serbian

22. Gandhi understood the facts of non-violence from the teachings of:

  1. Buddhism and Jainism
  2. Advaita
  3. Christianity
  4. Islam

23. ............. Was associated with INA

  1. C.R.Das
  2. Abulkalam Azad
  3. S.C. Bose
  4. J.L.Nehru

24. An All India Khilafat Conference was held at ............. on November 23, 1919 with Gandhi as its president.

  1. Calcutta
  2. Punjab
  3. Gujarat
  4. Delhi

25. ............. along with Ali Brothers went to a nationwide tour during which he addressed the Indians in hundreds of meetings.

  1. CR Das
  2. Motilal Nehru
  3. Gandhi
  4. J.M Sengupta

26. The speed with which the Khilafat agitation spread, especially in the ............. and Valluvanad taluks in Malabar, created alarm in official circles.

  1. Eranad
  2. Tellicherry
  3. Kannur
  4. Edapal

27. By the term Panchyat Raj, Gandhi means:

  1. Federation of decentralised rural communities
  2. Federation of rural communities
  3. Federation of decentralised communities
  4. none of these

28. ............. visited Malabar in 1921, giving a further impetus to the Khalifat movement.

  1. Gandhiji
  2. Motilal Nehru
  3. Bal Gangadhar Tilak
  4. Sri Aurobindo

29. In the second Round Table Conference, ............. was appointed as the representative of the Congress, which was convened from 1st September to 1st December in the year1931.

  1. Gandhiji
  2. B.R.Ambedkar
  3. Annie Besant
  4. Maulana Azad

30. Name the political leader who supported two nation theory

  1. Gandhiji
  2. Gokhale
  3. Jinnah
  4. Tilak

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