Back to Projects JOIN WHATSAPP GROUP Free PSC MCQ 4 Lakhs+ Please Write a Review Current Affairs 2018 to 2022 PYQ 1200 Q/A Part - 1 PYQ 1200 Q/A Part - 2 PYQ 1200 Q/A Part - 3 PYQ 1200 Q/A Part - 4 PYQ 1200 Q/A Part - 5
Kerala PSC Indian History Book Study Materials Page 692Book's First Page
‘For one who is born, death is certain, and certain is birth to one who dies. For this reason, you should not grieve over what is inevitable.’ This is attributed to: (a) Mahavira (b) Gautama Buddha (c) Vasudeva Krishna (d) Sankaracharya Darius I sent his admiral to explore Indus val- ley before his expedition in 517-516 BC which resulted in the annexation of a part of Punjab. Who was the admiral? (a) Skylax (b) Cyrus (c) Nikator (d) Descartes The parishads or assemblies of monarchies which held their meetings in the open halls were known as (a) Kulakshetras (b) Ganas (c) Sanghas (d) Santhagaras Assertion and Reason Instructions: Mark (a) if both Assertion (A) and Reason (R) are true, and (R) explains (A). Mark (b) if both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) does not explain or justify (A). Mark (c) if only (A) is true. Mark (d) if only (R) is true. Assertion (A): Some Gurjara-Pratihara kings of the early medieval period were initiated Saktas. Reason (R): They are described in the inscriptions as parama bhagavata bhaktas. . Assertion (A): Sakti worship gained popularity in the Gupta period. Reason (R): The Gangadhara stone inscription of the fifth century AD records the tantric form of worship of the divine mother.