duke of Wellington and the person who later
(a) i, ii, iii and iv
(b) ii, iii, iv and v
(c) i, ii, iii and v
(d) i, iii, iv and v
Which of the following statements about the State of Mysore are not true?
(i) After the Fourth Anglo-Mysore war, a major part of Mysore was annexed
by the British.
(ii) A small portion of it was restored to a minor son of Tipu Sultan.
(iii) A subsidiary treaty was signed by the British with the new ruler of
(iv) In 1849, Lord Dalhousie took over the administration of Mysore because
of misgovernment by its ruler.
(v) In 1881, Lord Ripon restored Mysore to its ruler.
Select the answer from the codes given below:
(a) i and iii
(b) ii and iv
(c) ii and iii
(d) iii and v
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): In 1761 Haider Ali became the de facto ruler of Mysore.
Reason (R): Haider Ali continued to recognise Chikka Krishna Raja I as the
lawful ruler of Mysore.
Assertion (A): Tipu Sultan established two dockyards and the models of the
ships were supplied by himself.
Reason (R): He was one of the few Indian rulers to have realised the
importance of a modern navy.
Assertion (A): Tipu Sultan planted a Tree of Liberty at Mangalore.
Reason (R): He became a member of Jacobian Club after the French