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Chittorgarh: Quiz


Question 1: The town still lacks connectivity to Ahemdabad, Bhopal, Gwalior, Ajmer, Jabalpur and Nagpur, so in order to catch trains for further cities one has to reach either Kota, Nagda or ________.

Question 2: Udaipur remained the capital of ________ until it acceded unto the union of India in 1947, and Chittorgarh gradually lost its political importance.
MewarBundelkhandMalwa (Madhya Pradesh)Vagad

Question 3: Chittorgarh was captured in 1303 AD by ________, Sultan of Delhi who led a huge army.
Khilji dynastyAlauddin KhiljiMongol EmpireAfghanistan

Question 4: The ________ seated on a 180 metre hill, covers an expanse of 700 acres.
Gwalior FortChittorgarh FortKumbhalgarhJunagarh Fort

Question 5: Rana Sanga of Mewar led the combined Rajput forces against the Mughal emperor ________ in 1527, but was defeated at the Battle of Khanua.
BaburAurangzebAkbar the GreatHumayun

Question 6: Chittorgarh remains replete with historic associations and holds a very special place in the hearts of ________, as it was a bastion of the clan at a time when every other stronghold had succumbed to invasion.

Question 7: This is the birthplace of Maharana Udai Singh the founder of ________.

Question 8: The Huna Kingdom of ________ (of Mihir Kula 515-540 AD), destroyed by Yashodharman, was subsequently seized by a new dynasty of kshatriyas called Tak or Taxaka.

Question 9: It lies on the Berach River, a tributary of the Banas, and is the administrative headquarters of Chittorgharh District and a former capital of the Sisodia clans of Chattari Rajputs of ________.
Malwa (Madhya Pradesh)BundelkhandMewarVagad

Question 10: The ancient inscriptions in the Pali Buddhist character have been discovered in various parts of Rajasthan of the race of Taxak or Tak, relating to the tribe Mori and ________ are their descendants.
ChauhanTomara dynastyParamaraGurjara-Pratihara


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