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Aga Khan: Quiz


Question 1: Aga Khan (Persian: آقا خان ) is the hereditary title of the ________ of the Nizārī Muslims, the largest branch of the Ismā'īlī followers (Arabic: الطائفة الإسماعيلية‎) of the Shī‘a faith.
TwelverImamah (Shi'a Twelver doctrine)Imamah (Shi'a doctrine)Imam

Question 2: Etymologically the title combines the Turkish military title Agha, meaning a "noble" or "________", with the Altaic title Khan for a local ruler, so the combination means roughly "Commanding Chief".
PeerageMister (Mr.)LadyLord

Question 3: ________ = Ali Shah Aga Khan II (about 1830–1885), 47th Imam (12 April 1881–1885)
IsmailismAga Khan IIShia IslamAga Khan IV

Question 4: Prince Karim ________ is the 49th Ismaili Imam, tracing their lineage to Ali, cousin of Muhammad, and his wife Fatima, Muhammad's daughter.
Shia IslamAga Khan IIIAga Khan IVNizari

Question 5: In 1887, the colonial rulers of India, the ________ Sarkar, gave the Aga Khan rank and nobility in recognition of the help in suppressing a Muslim rebellion against the British.
North BorneoBritish EmpireBengal PresidencyBritish Raj

Question 6: [2] The title ________ was granted by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom in 1957 and His Royal Highness by the Shah of Iran in 1959[3].
Catholic MonarchHighnessSerene HighnessApostolic Majesty

Question 7: In the 1850s, the honorific title of Aga Khan was bestowed upon ________, the 46th Imam of the Ismailis, by Fat′h Ali Shah Qajar, the Shah of Persia.
Aga Khan IIAga Khan IIIAga Khan IAga Khan IV

Question 8: ________ = Prince ,(1877-1957), 48th Imam (17 August 1885–1957)
Aga Khan IIIIsmailismAga Khan IVPrince Aly Khan

Question 9: ________ = Hasan Ali Shah Mehalatee Aga Khan I (1800–1881), 46th Imam (1817–1881)
Aga Khan IAga Khan IVAga Khan IIIAga Khan II

Question 10: ________ = Prince Karim Al Husseini (b.
Aga Khan IVAga Khan IIINizariShia Islam


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