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HISTORY (XI)- LESSON -4 THE CENTRAL ISLAMIC LAND (XI) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

 

HISTORY (XI)- LESSON -4

THE CENTRAL ISLAMIC LAND (XI)

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

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Q1:  The Arab tribe had their own god or goddess who was worshipped_________ in a shrine.

     a.    Dewata

     b .    Devi

     c.    Angle

     d.    Sanam

Q2:  The Name of the Muhammad tribe was __________.

     a.    Quarysh

      b.    Kurash

     c.    Furaysh

     d.    Guraysh

Q3:  Mecca was located on the cross road of a trade routes between Yemen and _________.

a.     Pakistan

b.    Iran

c.    Iraq

d.    Syria

Q4:  In which year Muhammad declared himself to be the messanger of god.

      a.    Around 512

      b.    Around 612

      c.    Around 712

       d.    Around 812

Q5:  Muhammad was to found a community of believers __________ bound by a common set of religious set of beliefs.

     a.     Amma

     b.    Brahma

     c.    Umma

     d.    Summa

Q6:   Those who excepted the doctrine of Muhammad were called__________.

        a.     Jews

     b.    Christians

     c.    Buddhists

     d.    Muslims

Q7:   In which year Muhammad was forced to migrate with his followers to medina from mecca?

     a.     722

     b.    622

     c.    522

     d.    422

Q8:   With year of Muhammad arrival in medina marking the beginning of the Muslim __________.

     a.     Rituals

     b.    Festivals

     c.    Calendar

     d.    Celebration

Q9:  Muhammad was _________ by language and culture.

     a.     Pakistan

     b.    European

    c.    British

d   d.    Arab

Q10:  In 6th century Arab culture was largely confined to __________ peninsula.

     a.     Asian

     b.    European

    c.    Arabian

    d.    African


Q11:  When Gabriel who brought messenger to Muhammad the first word he spoke was Iqra from which has come the word_________.

     a.     Quabila

     b.    Murawwa

     c.    Quran

     d.    Qiyama

Q12:  Hijri year was lunar year of _________ days.

      a.     365 days

      b.    366 days

      c.    354 days

     d.    355 days

Q13:  The Hijri year is about __________ days shorter than solar year.

      a.     10 days

      b.    11 days

     c .    12 days

     d.    14 days

Q14:  __________ was the region of conflict between Muslim of mecca Jews of medina.

     a.     Raids

     b.    Culture

     c.    Trade

      d.    Festival

Q15: Impressed by Muhammad Achievements many tribes mostly Bedouins joined _________ by converting to Islam.

      a.     Umma

      b.    State

      c.    Mosque

      d.    Festival

Q16:  After Muhammad’s death in________ no one legitimately to be the next prophet of Islam.

      a.     630

      b.    631

     c.    632

      d.    633

Q17:  The first 4 caliphs _______ justified their powers on the basic of their close association with the prophet.

      a.    630-641

      b.    620-651

      c.    632-661

      d.    631-651

Q18:  The first caliph _________ suppressed the revolts by series of campaign.

      a.    Abu Bakr

      b.    Abu Ali

      c.    Abu Muhammad

      d.    Abu Khilji

Q19:  The second caliph ________ shaped Umma’s policy of expansion of power.

     a.    Umar

     b.    Ummad

     c.    Khan

     d.    Khilji

Q20:  Byzantine empire promoted __________.

      a.    Islam

      b.    Buddhism

      c.    Christianity

       d.    Zoroastrianism

Q21:  The name of the third caliph was _________.

      a.     Uthman

      b.    Abu Bakr

       c.    Abu Saiyad

       d.    Khilji

Q22:  The central tragery obtained its revenue from taxes paid by Muslim as well as it’s a share of ________ from raids

      a.    Gold

      b.    Silver

      c.    Booty

      d.    Iron

Q23:  Within a decade of death of Muhammad the Arab Islamic state controlled the territory between the Nile and the________

     a.    Brahmaputra

     b.    Euphrates

      c.    Oxus

     d.    Danube

24. By whom Ali assassinated?
(a) Muawiya
(b) Kharji
(c) Bedouins
(d) None of the above

25.Zakat was an/a
(a) agriculture tax
(b) alms tax
(c) religious tax
(d) trade tax

26. The Caliph during whose reign the Hijri was established was:
(a) Abu Bakr
(b) Muhammad
(c) Uthman
(d) Umar

27. What was the name given to nomadic Arab tribes?
(a) Sanam
(b) Qabila
(c) Bedouins
(d) Umma

28. The semi-historical works sira in Islamic history are
(a) biographies
(b) chronicles
(c) eyewitness reports
(d) inscriptions

29. The Umayyad Emperor who introduced Arabic as the language of administration was
(a) Abd al-Malik
(b) Ali
(c) Abbas
(d) Muawiya

30. Who introduced an Islamic coinage?
(a) Abu Bakr
(b) Abd-al-Malik
(c) Uthman
(d) Umar

31. The woman-saint Sufi who, in her poems, preached intense love for God by uniting with God was
(a) Rabia
(b) Aisha
(c) Fatima
(d) Khadija

32. After the Arabs and Iranians, the group that was rising to power on the Islamic scene was the
(a) Buyids
(b) Iranians
(c) Samanid
(d) Turks

33. Prophet Muhammad’s migration from Mecca to Medina with his followers in 622 CE is called :
(a) Hijra
(b) Kaba
(c) Mecca
(d) Calipha

34. Caliph Muawiya shifted his capital to
(a) Rome
(b) Medina
(c) Mecca
(d) Damascus

35. The followers and non-followers of Ali were called
(a) Arabs and Iranians
(b) Shias and Sunnis
(c) Umayyads and Abbasids
(d) Byzantines and Sasanids

36. Frank’s were

(a) Muslims
(b) Arab Nationals
(c) Jewish
(d) Christian

Q37. Muamalat is meant by

(a) rituals
(b) social affairs
(c) political considerations
(d) religious affairs

Q38. Sasanian rulers were from

(a) Rome
(b) Iran
(c) Greek
(d) Samarqand

Q39. Copper coin circulated in the central Islamic Lands was called

(a) denarius
(b) Fulus
(c) dirham
(d) drachm

Q40. Al-Qanum fil Tibb, a book on medicine was composed by

(a) Ibn Sina
(b) Umar Khayyam
(c) Alberuni
(d) Bayazid Bistami

Q41. A level in literary and Cultural refinement in communication is stated as—

(a) nazm
(b) rubai
(c) adab
(d) falasifa

Q42. Pahlavi was

(a) A language of ancient Rome
(b) language of sacred books of ancient Iran
(c) A ritual of Muslim Community
(d) Name of a hospital.

                                                        ANSWERS

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

D

A

D

B

C

D

B

C

D

C

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

C

C

B

A

A

C

C

A

A

C

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

A

C

C

B

B

D

C

A

A

B

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

A

D

A

D

B

D

B

B

B

A

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

C

B

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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