(c) 14 and 20
(d) 16 and 19
What was a tanab in the Mughal period?
(a) A revenue circle of the smallest size
(b) A uniform medium size unit of measurement
(c) A measuring instrument made of bamboo sticks joined by iron rings
(d) A register containing information about cultivators, their lands and
assessed revenue
Uparis of Maharashtra were same as which of the following of north India?
(a) Muzariams
(b) Pahikashta
(c) Khudkashta
(d) Gaveti
Who among the following category of rural elite were not entitled to nankar,
though they used to get malikana, of the surplus produce of peasants?
(a) Autonomous zamindars
(b) Revenue farmers
(c) Intermediary zamindars
(d) Primary zamindars
What was Jajmani system of the Mughal period?
(a) A revenue system in which revenues of different units of land were
assigned to officials in lieu of salaries.
(b) An administrative system in which ranks in terms of numbers were
assigned to nobles, military commanders and other prominent people for
placing them in the official hierarchy.
(c) A reciprocal system that existed in rural India between the peasantry and
other occupational groups.
(d) A commercial system that developed in urban India for facilitating
commercial transactions on a large scale.
Which of the following Mughal tombs can be considered as a prototype of
the Taj Mahal for being the first Mughal tomb to be placed in the centre of a
large park-like enclosure?
(a) Humayun’s tomb at Delhi
(b) Jahangir’s tomb at Lahore