(iv) 1848 (D) Treaty of Bhai-rowal
(v) 1849 (E) Treaty of Lahore
(a) i-A, ii-E, iii-D, iv-B, v-C
(b) i-A, ii-D, iii-E, iv-C, v-B
(c) i-A, ii-C, iii-B, iv-D, v-E
(d) i-A, ii-E, iii-B, iv-D, v-C
Assertion and Reason
Assertion (A): By the Treaty of Lahore, the British troops were permitted to
pass through Sikh territories whenever the need arose.
Reason (R): Ranjit Singh permitted the British troops to march through his
territory in 1838.
Assertion (A): The British sold Kashmir to Gulab Singh in return for 1
million rupees in 1846.
Reason (R): The British acquired Kashmir from the ruler of Punjab in lieu of
a part of the war indemnity which he could not pay in cash.
Assertion (A): Dalip Singh, the last ruler of Independent Punjab, was deposed
and pensioned off by Lord Dalhousie.
Reason (R): Dalip Singh was implicated in a conspiracy case and executed by
Which of the following statements about Nizam-ul-Mulk are true?
(i) His original name was Chinquilich Khan.
(ii) He served his first term as the viceroy of the Deccan between 1713–15.
(iii) He was the wazir of the Mughal empire between 1715–20.
(iv) He served his second term as the wazir of the Mughal Empire between
(v) ‘Nizam-ul-Mulk’ and ‘Khan-i-Dauran’ were the titles given to him by
Emperor Farukh Siyar.
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) i, ii and iii
(b) ii, iii and iv
(c) ii, iii and v
(d) i, ii and v