(c) ii only
(d) iv only
Which of the following statements about Gadkaris are true?
(i) Gadkaris, a militia class, held revenue-free lands in the state of Kolhapur
in return for their services to its ruler.
(ii) The British assumed direct administration of Kolhapur, and appointed D
K Pandit, a member of the Bombay Civil Service, as Minister of Kolhapur.
(iii) D K Pandit was made responsible to the ruler of Kolhapur, who
continued to be recognised as its lawful ruler by the British.
(iv) Gadkaris resented the revenue reforms of D.K. Pandit because his
reforms made their land holdings also liable to be taxed.
Select the answer from the codes given below:
(a) i and ii
(b) iii and iv
(c) i, ii and iii
(d) i, ii and iv
Which of the following statements about Satavandi are true?
(i) Satavandi was a small state in Maharashtra.
(ii) The British deposed its ruler and took over its administtation.
(iii) The nobles of Satavandi resented the British system of administration
and revolted.
(iv) The revolt of nobles was followed by a popular revolt of the common
people against the British.
(v) The British reinstated the deposed ruler.
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) i, ii, iii and iv
(b) ii, iii, iv, and v
(c) i, iii and v
(d) ii, iv and v
Which of the following were the leading personalities of the revolt of
(i) Ram Kumar
(ii) Phond Savant
(iii) Appa Sahib
(iv) Anna Sahib