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Question 1: The main Hindu denominations were Saivite, Vaishnavite and ________.
Yediyur Siddhalingeshwara Swamy TempleKannada literature in the Vijayanagara EmpireLingayatismKarnataka

Question 2: [126] Coffee was cultivated in the region of Wynad and the kingdoms of ________ and Mysore[127] while tea was cultivated on the slopes of the Nilgiri Hills.
KodaguAbbey FallsMallalli FallsKarnataka

Question 3: However, as no party was able to attain clear majority, the Governor set up an independent government under the leadership of ________ and nominated members to support it.
C. RajagopalachariP. SubbarayanIndian independence movementM. Bhaktavatsalam

Question 4: The Government Arts College, established in ________ in 1867, was one of the first educational institutions outside Madras city.
ThanjavurKumbakonamPattukkottaiKarur

Question 5: [69] Christians were mainly concentrated in the Tinnevely and ________ districts of Madras Presidency.Native Christians formed over one-fourth of the total population of the princely state of Travancore.
North MalabarMalabar CoastVagamonMalabar

Question 6: Most of the Congress leadership and erstwhile ministers were arrested in 1942 following their participation in the ________.
Mohandas Karamchand GandhiIndian independence movementQuit India MovementSardar Vallabhbhai Patel

Question 7: [13] However, in 1655, the status of Fort St George was downgraded to an Agency and made subject to the factory at ________.
VadodaraRajkotAhmedabadSurat

Question 8: [85] The name of this communistic right to property was known as kaniachi among the Vellalars, swastium among the ________ and mirasi among Muslims and Christians.
BiharBrahminBhumiharUttar Pradesh

Question 9: [52] He also participated in the Vaikom satyagraha which campaigned for the rights of untouchables in ________ to enter temples.
TravancoreKottayamPalaiKollam district

Question 10: The freedom struggle was actively endorsed by nationalistic newspapers such as ________[39][40] and Swadesamitran[41] and Mathrubhumi.
The Indian ExpressThe HinduHindustan TimesThe New Indian Express







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