(i) Farukh Siyar
(ii) Jahandar Shah
(iii) Ahmad Shah
(iv) Shah Alam I
(v) Muhammad Shah
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) iv, ii, i, v and iii
(b) ii, i, iv, iii and v
(c) i, iv, iii, ii and v
(d) v, iv, i, iii and ii
Assertion and Reason
Mark (a) if the ‘Assertion’ (A) is correct, but the ‘Reason’(R) is wrong.
Mark (b) if ‘A’ is wrong, but ‘R’ is correct.
Mark (c) if both ‘A’ and ‘R’ are correct and ‘R’ explains ‘A’.
Mark (d) if both ‘A’ and ‘R’ are correct, but ‘R’ does not explain ‘A’.
Assertion (A): The people of the Mughal Empire lacked the spirit of political
Reason (R): The Jats, Marathas, Rajputs, and others rebelled against the
Mughals to consolidate their regional and tribal power.
Assertion (A): Some of the religious reformers, through their preachings,
indirectly helped in the disintegration of the Mughal empire.
Reason (R): In the Deccan, Ramdas insisted on the acquisition of political
sovereignty for the defence of the Maharashtra Dharma.
Assertion (A): During the reign of the Later Mughals, the practice of ‘I jar a’
became more common in the Jagir as well as the Khalisa lands.
Reason (R): The Ijaradars caused a great amount of damage to agriculture in
general and the agriculturists in particular.
Assertion (A): None of the Indian powers that rose on the ruins of the Mughal
Empire could replace the Mughals.
Reason (R): The British who replaced the Mughals in India as the imperial
power had a superior socioeconomic system than that of the Indian powers.
Which of the following statements    are not true about Haider Ali?