Tuesday, 6 December 2016


India Quiz
This quiz is on famous places associated with Indian Independence Movement. These are model questions useful for CBSE Heritage India quiz and other General Knowledge Quizzes


1. Popularly known as Tatya Tope, he was an Indian Maratha leader in the Indian Rebellion of 1857 who was executed by the British Government on 18 April 1859. Where was he executed?
Gwalior
Kanupur
Shivpuri
Jhansi

2. Name the place in Uttar Pradesh, near Gorakhpur where a police station was set on fire by a mob of angry citizens, killing 22 policemen inside that led Gandhiji to call off the non-cooperation movement.
Kakori
Chittagong
Chauri Chaura
Champaran

3. The Place in Lucknow District in UP where revolutionaries led by Ram Prasad Bismil, Ashfaqulla Khan and Chandrasekhar Azad stopped and looted a train carrying British Government money.
Chittagong
Kakori
Chauri Chaura
Champaran

4. The taluka in Gujarat which suffered from floods and famine in 1925. A Satyagraha movement was started under Sardar Vallabhai Patel in January 1926 after the land revenue in the taluka was increased by 30 per cent.
Bardoli
Kheda
Vedaranyam
Moirang

5. Located in Germany, this place is well know in India's freedom struggle for unfurling of the Naitonal Flag by Madame Bhikaji Cama during the meeting of International Socialist Congress on August 22, 1907.
Heidelberg
Berlin
Gutenberg
Stuttgart

6. It is from this ground in Mumbai, which was known as the Gowalia Tank Maidan, that Mahatma Gandhi issued the call for British to Quit India on 8 August 1942. What is it now called?
Gateway of India
August Kranti Maidan
Mani Bhavan
Bombay Harbour

7. In 1930, C Rajagopalachari led a Salt Satyagraha in response to the Dandi March which began at Trichinopoly and ended at this place.
Tuticorin
Puduchery
Kumbakonam
Vedaranyam

8. The town in Kerala famous for the satyagraha led by T.K. Madhavan in the year 1924 against untouchability among the Hindus.
Trivandrum
Kodungallur
Vaikom
Guruvayoor

9. This was the scene of a decisive battle in the 18th-century (1760) war between the British force led by Eyre Coote and a French force led by General Thomas Lally. British won the war and it cemented the British supremacy in India.
Wandiwash
Buxar
Plassey
Panipat

10. This jail, built by the British in 1871, housed many freedom fighters especially between 1930–42, including Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Netaji Subhas Bose and Bal Gangadhar Tilak. In 1924, Veer Savarkar was also kept in the jail.
Cellular Jail
Yerwada Jail
Alipore Jail
Lahore Central Jail



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