Which of the following famous temples is considered as the culmination of Dravida style of Architecture
(a) Churamani Vihar of Negopattanam
(b) Rath Temple of Mamallapuram
(c) Sun Temple of Konark
(d) Brihadeshwar Temple of Tanjore
Assertion (A):The 'Dharma' and 'Rita' formed the basic ideas of the Vedic religion and society.
Reason (R): Dharma was a conception of obligations and of the discharge of one's duties to oneself and to society while the Rita was the fundamental moral law.
(a) A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.
(b) A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
(c) A is true but R is false.
(d) A is false but R is true.
In ancient India, there were eight forms of marriage. In which form of marriage a token bridge price of a cow and a bull was given to the bridge's family?
Which of the following Asokan pillars, bearing inscriptions, was brought to Delhi by Sultan Firoz Shah Tughluq?
(a) Meerut and Topara Pillars
(b) Topara and Mehrauli Pillars
(c) Meerut and Kausambi Pillars
(d) Meerut Pillar
The scientific work on ancient Indian architecture, written by King Bhoja, the greatest ruler of the Paramar dynasty, was
(a) Bhujabal Nibandha
(c) Chandi Shatak
(d) Samaranga Sutradhar
The Kannauj Assembly was held to simplify the doctrines of Mahayana Buddhism. It was attended by the kings of 18 countries, 3000 Brahmins and Jainas, and 3000 Buddhist monks. the assembly was convened by
The first sovereign ruler of the Sultanate of Delhi was
(a) Nasiruddin Shah
(d) Qutb-ud-din Aibak
Who among the following was associated with Deoband Movement
(a) Hakim Ajmal Khan
(b) Abdul Latif
(c) Mirza Gulam Ahmad
(d) Rashid Ahmed Gangohi
The ozone layer forms naturally by
(a) The interaction of oxygen and water vapour
(b) The interaction of IR radiation with oxygen
(c) The interaction of UV radiation with oxygen
(d) The interaction of CFC with oxygen
The technique used to transmit audio signals in television brocasts is
(a) Time Division Multiplexing
(b) Pulse Code Modulation
(c) Frequency Modulation
(d) Amplitude Modulation