|Column I||Column II|
|(i) Sikhs||(a) Churaman|
|(ii) Maratha||(b) Jathas|
|(iii) Jat||(c) Shivaji|
Answer: (i) – b, (ii) – c, (iii) –a
Who founded the state of Bengal?
Awadh depended on _____ for loans
The close connection between state and bankers was noticeable in ____
The khalsa was instituted in ____
The grand army of the Sikhs used to meet every year at _____
Who consolidated their authority in different parts of the subcontinent when the Mughal Empire declined?
Answer: The governors of large provinces, subadars and the great zamindars.
Name the states that were carved out of the old Mughal provinces.
Answer: Bengal, Awadh and Hyderabad.
Name the Maratha chiefs who, with revival of trade, got enough resources to raise armies.
Answer: Sindhia of Gwalior, Gaekwad of Baroda and Bhonsle of Nagpur.
What were the drawbacks of the Maratha expansion?
Answer: It made other rulers hostile towards the Marathas. Consequently, they were not inclined to support the Marathas in the third battle of Panipat in 1761.
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