Modern Indian History MCQ Questions and Answers Quiz

71. At the ............. Session on September, 1920 the program of the Non-Cooperation movement was started.

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

72. The Kheda Satyagraha and Champaran agitation in 1918 was one of ............. first significant steps to achieve Indian independence.

  1. Rabindranath Tagores
  2. Gandhiji
  3. Motilal Nehrus
  4. Mohammed Ali Jinnahs

73. ............. announced Communal Award on August 4, 1932.

  1. Ramsay Macdonald
  2. Qutubuddin Ahmad
  3. Shamsuddin Hussain
  4. Mohammad Ali Jinnah

74. Gandhi believed in the sovereignty of the people based on pure .............

  1. rational authority
  2. political wisdom.
  3. moral authority
  4. knowledge

75. Brigadier-General ............. with his British troops entered the park at Jallianwala Bagh , closed the entrance of the park and commanded his army to fire on the gathered people without any warning.

  1. Reginald Dyer
  2. Sir Stafford Cripps
  3. Sir Claude Auchinleck
  4. General Sir Rob Lockhart.

76. In 1946, upon persuasion of ............., Mahatma Gandhi reluctantly accepted the proposal of partition and independence offeredby the British cabinet, in order to evade a civil war.

  1. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
  2. Rajguru
  3. Sukhdev
  4. Mohammed Ali Jinnah

77. The essential nature of God is described by Gandhi by the phrase:

  1. Sarveswaran
  2. Svarupan
  3. Satchidananda
  4. Iswara

78. To Gandhi ............. is the aim of life.

  1. self-realization
  2. freedom
  3. liberation
  4. independence

79. Gandhi said, For me there can be no politics without .............

  1. Service
  2. religion
  3. will
  4. none of these

80. According to Gandhi service of the poor is the :

  1. service of society
  2. service of humanity
  3. service of God
  4. service of the society

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