(d) i, ii, iii and iv
‘What this king wears between gold and gems and pearls is worth more than
a city’s ransom.’ Whose observation is this?
(a) Al-Masudi
(b) Al-Beruni
(c) Marco Polo
(d) Sulaiman
Identify the four Agnikula Rajputs from the following:
(a) Pratiharas, Chauhans, Paramaras and Solankis
(b) Pratiharas, Paramaras, Gahadvalas and Tomars
(c) Pratiharas, Paramaras, Solankis and Tomars
(d) Pratiharas, Paramaras, Solankis and Gahadvalas
Which fact relating to Brahmins during AD 800–1200 is incorrect?
(a) Formal education became the preserve of Brahmins.
(b) Lands were granted to Brahmins to acquire religious merit.
(c) Brahmins leased out land to the lower castes for cultivation.
(d) Land grants to Brahmins during this period was made entirely on
individual basis.
The term Brahma-kshatriyas refers to
(a) Kshatriyas who claimed descent from Brahma.
(b) Kshatriyas who claimed to have attained brahmajnana.
(c) Brahmins moving away from their own duties and caste status to those of
the Kshatriyas.
(d) Kshatriyas moving away from their own duties and caste to those of the
Volavaru and horavaru of the Kalyani Chalukyas were
(a) revenue officials
(b) customs duties
(c) social groups
(d) military ranks
Which of the following statements is not correct about the Paramara King
(a) He was the greatest ruler of the Paramara dynasty.
(b) He founded a college known     as Bhojasala at Dhar.