(iv) Jawahir Singh                     (D) Leader of Satara Disturbances
(a) i-D, ii-A, iii-B, iv-C
(b) i-B, ii-C, iii-A, iv-D
(c) i-C, ii-B, iii-D, iv-A
(d) i-B, ii-C, iii-D, iv-A
Which of the following statements about Kittur are true?
(i) Kittur was a small chiefdom in Kathiawar.
(ii) Its chief, known as the Desai, died without having any male issue of his
own.
(iii) The British refused to recognise an adopted boy as the Desai of Kittur
and assumed its administration.
(iv) The supporters of the late Desai revolted and murdered some English
officers.
(v) The British suppressed the revolt, but restored Kittur to a descendant of
the late Desai.
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) i, ii and iv
(b) ii, iii and iv
(c) ii, iii and v
(d) i, ii and v
Which of the following is correctly matched?
(a) Sivalinga Rudra—The ruler of Satara who was deposed by the British.
(b) Pratap Singh—The ruler of Sambalpur who was deposed by the British.
(c) Mohan Kumari—The Desai of Kittur who died without leaving any male
issue.
(d) Khen Savant—The ruler of Satavandi who was deposed by the British.
Which of the following statements about Satara Disturbances are incorrect?
(i) The Satara disturbances were mainly due to the disposal and banishment
of its popular ruler by the British.
(ii) In 1840 the people of Satara revolted against the British.
(iii) The people of Satara revolted for a second time in 1845 and seized
Badami.
(iv) Satara was conquered and annexed by the British in 1845.
Choose the answer from the codes      given below: