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Indian History Test-19-Socio-Religious and Cultural Reforms in 19th – 20th Century

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1) Who among the following established the Calcutta Unitarian Committee?
2) The Scientific Society was founded by
3) Who was Titu Mir?
4) Which one among the following was not a demand of the Prarthana Samaj?
5) Assertion (A) The Vernacular Press Act was repealed in 1882 by Lord Ripon.
Reason (R) The act did not discriminate between English Press and the Vernacular Press.
6) Which among the following statements with regards to Raja Ram Mohan Roy correct?
1.He started the Atmiya Sabha.
2.He wrote the Gift of Monotheist.
3.He published the Precepts of Jesus.
4.He founded the Brahmo Sabha.
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7) William Bentinck attempted to reform Hindu society by suppressing/abolishing social evils. Which one among the following was not included in them?
8) The leading light of the Renaissance Movement in India was
9) Who among the following abolished the infanticide?
10) In which year did Swami Vivekanand participate the World Parliament of Religions at Chicago?
11) During the period of the Indian freedom struggle, who among the following started the Central Hindu School?
12) Select the correct chronological sequence of the formation of the given organisations
13) Who was the founder of the Radha Swami Satsang?
14) Which of the following ideas was/were shared by Raja Ram Mohan Roy and Rabindranath Tagore?
15) The suppression of Indian language newspapers under the Vernacular Press Act of 1878 was caused by the criticism of
16) Who among the following had founded the Theosophical Society in the United States of America?
17) Sharada Act fixed the minimum age of marriage of girls and boys respectively as
18) Which one among the following was the first English newspaper in India in the year 1780?
19) During the colonial period of India, Asiatic Society of Bengal was founded
20) After the death of Raja Ram Mohan Roy, the Brahmo Samaj split into two sections; the Brahmo Samaj of India and the Adi Brahmo Samaj. Who were the leaders of the two sections respectively?
21) Who was Shardamani?
22) Which of the statements given below about Vivekanand are correct?
1.He believed that Vedanta was fully rational.
2.He criticised his countrymen for having lost touch with the outside world.
3.He condemned the caste system.
4.He considered the Veda to be infallible.
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23) Which one among the following statements regarding prohibition of Sati in India is correct?
24) Amongst the following who cooperated with Raja Ram Mohan Roy in the implementation of his educational programmes?
25) Sati was declared illegal and punishable by the Regulation XVII during the Governor Generalship of
26) Who wrote the famous drama 'Neel Darpan' which depicted the agony of the indigo cultivators and brutality of the planters?
27) Vande Mataram', the National Song, was a part of
28) During the Indian Freedom Struggle The Deccan Educational Society was founded by
29) Several socio-political organisations were formed in the 19th and 20th centuries in India, Anjuman-e-Khawatin-e-Islam, founded in the year 1914 was

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