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Kanhoji Angre: Quiz

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Question 1: He spent much of his childhood in the fort at ________ Fort, of which he would later become governor.
SuvarnadurgSindhudurgKolaba FortCastella de Aguada

Question 2: Born in the town of ________, little is known about his early life except that he was involved in daring exploits at sea and that his father was Tanoji Angre, a commander under Maratha Chhatrapati (Emperor) Shivaji.
Pen, IndiaAlibagMumbaiMaharashtra

Question 3: Radio Controlled boats carved out of Teak wood and powered by high ________ motors were constructed by Vivek S.
Angular momentumEnergyTorqueForce

Question 4: Similar work was carried out against the colonial powers by the ________ in the sixteenth century.
Portuguese IndiaSwadeshabhimani Ramakrishna PillaiKunjali MarakkarIndian independence movement

Question 5: He fought successfully all his life against the British, Dutch and Portuguese naval interests in the ________ during the eighteenth century, and hence was alleged by them to be a pirate.
Indian OceanPacific OceanArabian SeaAtlantic Ocean

Question 6: Kanhoji intensified the attacks on colonial naval powers like ________ and Portugal on the western coast of India.
EnglandScotlandGreat BritainUnited Kingdom

Question 7: The fort which was originally built by Maratha ruler, ________ is located on the coast, and has an entrance hollowed out in it to accommodate entry of a vessel from the sea.
Panhala fortKanhoji AngreMaratha EmpireShivaji

Question 8: Kanhoji is also credited with the foresight that a ________'s role is to keep the enemy engaged away from the shores of the land.
Blue-water navyUnited States NavyRoyal NavyCarrier battle group

Question 9: A statue of him exists at the old Bombay Castle located within the enclave located at the Naval Dockyard, South ________.
Salsette IslandMumbaiNavi MumbaiNariman Point

Question 10: Aided by ________ warriors Mendhaji Bhatkar and Mainak Bhandari in his navy, he continued to harass and plunder the European ships.
MarathaKarhade BrahminDaivadnyaGoa







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