Aurangzeb got some temples destroyed. Which one of the following was not
one of them?
(a) Somanatha temple in Gujarat
(b) Visvanatha temple at Banaras
(c) Kesava Rai temple at Banaras
(d) Jagannatha temple at Puri
Under Aurangzeb, the amin collected
(a) grazing tax
(b) jizya
(c) kharaj
(d) zakat·
The promulgation of ‘twelve edicts’ is associated with the reign of
(a) Akbar
(b) Jahangir
(c) Shah Jahan
(d) Aurangzeb
Mir Jumla, who was appointed the Governor of Bengal by Aurangzeb,
originally belonged to
(a) Ahmadnagar
(b) Bijapur
(c) Gujarat
(d) Golconda
The police chief of a city was called
(a) qazi
(b) faujdar
(c) kotwal
(d) qilahdar
Certain mansabdars were paid in cash. They were called
(a) naqdis
(b) Jagirdars
(c) amirs
(d) mirzas
Todar Mal was a brilliant revenue officer who first served under
(a) Bhagwan Das