Mughal was tobacco introduced in India?
(c) Shah Jahan
(d) Aurangzeb
Which great Mughal is credited with prohibiting sati unless the widow
herself, of her own free will, persistently desired it?
(a) Akbar
(b) Babur
(c) Humayun
(d) Jahangir
Akbar’s enlightened religious policy was based on his philosophy of sulh-i-
kul which meant
(a) universal tolerance
(b) universal peace
(c) enlightened benevolence
(d) unity of godhead
Jahangir’s faithful general Mahabat Khan revolted against him in 1626
because
(a) he wanted to rule independently in Bengal and Bihar.
(b) his son was executed by Jahangir.
(c) of Nur Jahan’s intrigues.
(d) of all the above reasons.
The ‘chain of justice’ is associated with
(a) Humayun
(b) Akbar
(c) Jahangir
(d) Shah Jahan
Aurangzeb discontinued the practice of inscribing kalima on the coins
because
(a) it was a practice borrowed from the Turks.
(b) it would have been dishonoured by coming under the feet of the people.
(c) it hampered the smooth functioning of the escheat system.
(d) it was an irreligious practice.
Who among the following was an illiterate?
(a) Akbar
(b) Jahangir