History Chapter 8 – Peasants, Zamindars And The State MCQ Question Answers for Various Entrance Exams

1. Who authored Ain-i-Akbari?
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3. The term which Indo-Persian sources of the Mughal period most frequently used to denote a peasant was__?
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4. Tobacco was banned by which ruler?
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5. Identify which of the following statements is correct about Ain-i-Akbari?
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6. What was the village headman called?
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8. The village community consists of __ constituents?
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9. Which among the following statements is correct about the Jajmani system?
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10. From where did the vegetables like chillies, tomatoes come to India ?
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11. Akbar’s “auspicious sayings” were included in__
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12. Ahom kings belonged to _______.
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13. How many Daftars of Ain are there ?
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14. What do you understand about Milkiyat ?
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15. Which crop was an important Jins-i-Kamil of Central India?
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16. Who composed the poem Chandimangala?
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17. Name the term used for perfect crop?
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18. Which of the following communities was menial?
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19. Name the basic unit of agriculture society?
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20. In which region did Tobacco arrive first in India?
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21. Maize crop was introduced in India via____?
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22. Name the peasants who plough up the fields, mark the limits of each field, for identification and demarcation, with borders of earth, brick and thorn?
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