(d) ii, iii, iv and v
Which of the following statements are correct about Muhammad Tughluq?
(i) His original name was Jauna Khan.
(ii) As a prince he failed to subjugate Warangal in the first attempt, though he
was successful in his second attempt.
(iii) His critics accuse him of arranging the so called accidental death of his
(iv) He was proficient in logic, philosophy, mathematics, astronomy, physical
science &, etc.
(v) In his private life, the Sultan partook in all the prevailing vices of the age.
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) i, ii, iii and iv
(b) i, iii, iv and v
(c) i, ii, iv and v
(d) i, ii, iii, iv and v
Firoz Tughluq’s Nagarkot campaign is interesting, because
(a) He was defeated by the Rai of Nagarkot.
(b) He defeated the Rai of Nagarkot and annexed it.
(c) He caused three hundred volumes of Sanskrit books on various subjects,
preserved in the temple of Jwalamukhi, to be rendered into Persian verse.
(d) He asked the Rai of Nagarkot to submit in return for heavy presents.
The chief architect under Firoz Tughluq who gave shape to many buildings,
bridges, canals, reservoirs, tombs, and mosques was
(a) Malik Ghazi Sahana
(b) Abdul Haq
(c) Khan-i-Jahan Maqbul
(d) Khalid Khani
Who was the Delhi Sultan to impose jizya even on the Brahmins?
(b) Ala-ud-din Khalji
(c) Firoz Tughluq
(d) Muhammad Tughluq
Which of the following was not a defect in Firoz Shah’s administration?
(a) Extension of the farming-out system