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wrong. It's Aibek! Iltutmish fought against all of them.

i believe, british etc etc were not asked for. and therefore shouldnot form part of conclusion. best of luck anways

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4- Which sultan adopted the policy of 'matrimonial alliances' towards his rivals who challenged his authority?
Qutbud din... Confirmed
13-Guru Nanak was born during the reign of
Bahlol Lodhi
17- Where was shah jahan at the time of death of Jahangir
Deccan
Its None of These in my opinion

Shah Jahan was at Agra. Deccan remained an independent state as far as I know and I have personally not found any link between Shah Jahan and Deccan .
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1.battle of plassey was fought in

a.June 1757

2.first governor general of British in India
b.lord warren hastings
http://www.janeausten.co.uk/warren-h...rnor-of-india/

3. territory of singh annexed by british in
c.1843

4.first british viceroy of india
b.lord canning

5.the territory of kashmir was sold in
b.75 lac

6.anjuman himayat i Islam was founded in
c.1884

7.the writer of bande matram
d. none of these

8.syed Ameer Ali became the Judge of calcutta high court in
c.1890

9.founder of jamia milliah Islamia

a.maulana Azad
(one of the co-founders)

10.muslim league, london branch founded in,
a.1908

11. Auther of Book. The spirit of Islam
c.syed Ameer ali

12. how long is common bounday line between pakistan and afghanistan
a.1300km
not so sure

13.founder of unionist party
d. none of these
(all of them)

14. muslim league observed direct Action day
c.16 august 1946

15.pakistan become member of UNO
b.sept 1947

16.first muslim barrister of bombay high court
b.M.A jinnah
(i believe)

17. red cliff boundary award ws announced on;
b.15 aug 1947

18.first chair man of senat of pakistan
b.habib Ullah khan

19. the territory of Gawadar was given to Pakistan by:
b.ruler of oman

20. inauguration of karachi steel mill
a.dec, 1973
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Its None of These in my opinion

Shah Jahan was at Agra. Deccan remained an independent state as far as I know and I have personally not found any link between Shah Jahan and Deccan .
check it from "A Brief History of Indo-Pakistan" by Prof. K Ali.
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1- Which was the capital of Ummayyads at the time of Muhammad bin Qasim's invasion?
c- Damascus


2- Which city was named as the city of gold by Arabs during Bin Qasim's invasion of Sindh?
b- Multan

3- To which Silsila Sheikh Bahauddin Zakriya Multani belongs?
b- Suharwardia


4- Which sultan adopted the policy of 'matrimonial alliances' towards his rivals who challenged his authority?
d- none of these

5- During which reign Khwaja Kutb ud din Bakhtyar Kaki died?
b- Iltutmish

6- Who ruled India from 1236 to 1240?
c- Razia Sultana


7- Who succeeded Ghiyas ud din Balban?
a- Kaiqabad

8- Who wrote Fatawa-e-Jahandari?
b- Zia ud din Barani

9- Jamat khana Masjid at the Dargah of Nizam ud Din Auliya was constructed by
d- none of these(khizar khan)

10- Which sultan believed that sultan is the Shadow of God?
c- Akbar

11- During which dynasty Amir Taimur's invasion of India took place?
b- Tughlaq

12- Who was the founder of Sayyid dynasty?
a- Khizer khan

13-Guru Nanak was born during the reign of
d- none of these

14- Diwan-e-Arz related to the matters of
a- War

15- The Rohtas Fort is situated in the province of
b- punjab

16- Which Mughal emperor imprisoned Sheikh Ahmed Sarhandi
b- Jahangir

17- Where was shah jahan at the time of death of Jahangir
a- Agra

18- In which year Noor Jahan died
c- 1645

19- Where is Moti Masjid
b- Agra Fort


20- Amalgamation of Islamic, Iranian and Hindi architecture to shape Indo-Islamic architecture was dond by
c- Mughals

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7.the writer of bande matram

taken from a novel of chatter ji

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10. it was balban
the terms deen e ellahi and zil e illahi were introduced by Akbar.
zil e illahi means shadow of God.
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Q3. bring out the role of aligarh movement in the intellectual and political awakening of the Muslims of sub continent.

Q4. " the period between 1912-1916 was notable as a time of growing unity between the main Indian political parties." discuss

- Partition of Bengal
- Split in Congress: Moderates under Gokhale, Extremists under Tilak
- Split in Muslim Leadership: Conservatives under Sir Agha Khan III and Mohsin-ul-Mulk and more Modernists under Nawab Saleem ullah and Viqar ul mulk
-Conservates lead Simla Deputation (concerned with Separate Electorates), Modernists: Form Muslim League
-ML a pro british party to secure Partition of Bengal
-Partition of Bengal called a settled issue by the British
-1911 Darbar: Annulment of Darbar
- Muslim slogan: "No bombs no boons"
-1911: Nationalist Muslims avoided ML including Jinnah
-1912: ML strive for self-government under separate electorates
-1916: Lucknow Pact and role of Jinnah
-Win-Win situation for both Congress and ML: Congress = ML not as rival but a help in self-government; ML = Congress' support for separate electorate crucial; British can detract any time
-Conclusion



Q5. trade the course of the khilafat Movement and assess its significance for the development of Indian nationalism.

-World War 1
-Treaty of Sevres
-Planned Dismemberment of Ottomon Caliphate
-Muslim's attachment as the last relic of Muslim power
-Khilafat Committee and Khilafat Conference
-Gandhi joins the wagon
-Jinnah opposed to Khilafat Movement; Warns Gandhi don't mix religion and politics; price payed in full with the partition of India
-Muslims sideline ML and Jinnah
-20th Nagpur session: Non-Cooperation Movement adopted by Congress: Jinnah opposes; Indians have no substitution for Schools, Colleges, Courts etc. gets shouted and quits Congress 1920; Annie Besant quits Home Rule League for the same reason
-Events: Moplah Uprising, Chaura Chauri Incident; Gandhi quits the movement
-Hijrat Movement: misery to the Muslims
-Abolition of Khilafat: Azad says Turkey should be left on its own; What Jinnah said in the beginning, Azad admitted in the end
-Effects on Nationalism: Initially strengthened Indian Nationalism later on proved a killing blow to Indian Nationalism; Religious sentiments were aroused for political benefits; Lead to Partition; ML's defeat in 1937 and Congress' domineering role; Further Pakistan Movement;
-Blow to Separate Electorates; riding the wave of unity, many Muslim leaders spoke against Separate Electorates; Separate Electorates dropped by Delhi Muslim Proposals for this very reason
-Gandhi missed an opportunity to secure early chance of self-government; Viceroy to secure cooperation for Prince of Wales visit offers a RTC; Gandhi delays and Viceroy retracts the offer;

Q6. " the policies of Indian national congress between 1937 to 1947 were such as to make the partition of India inevitable" discuss,

-1st Election in History of India; under 1935 Government of India Act
-Nehru sets the tone: "There are two powers in India. The British and the Congress. All Others line up". Jinnah responds, "There is a 3rd force. That is the Muslims of India. and we are not going to be dictacted"
-Poor Performance of ML in the elections; Khilafat Movement; Provincial nature of elections
-Congress refuses to form coalition ministries; violates the tacit agreement in UP; Nehru sets the condition that all ministers of ML would join congress
-Jinnah pleads Gandhi to find a solution; he waits for divine light to guide him;
-Congress Rule and mismanagement and misconduct
-Congress Resign; Jinnah offers again; Congress ignore it; Day of Deliverence
-Lahore Resolution;
-Cripps Mission; Congress demands immediate transfer of power and recognition of the Viceroy Executive Council as Dominion Cabinet; Rejected by both ML and Congress
-Desai-Liaquat Pact and Sapru Report
-Wavell's Plan; Thwarted by Congress by not recognizing ML's exclusive right to nominate Muslim Minsiters to Viceroy's executive council; failure;
-1946 elections: Landslide Victory
-Cabinet Mission; ML Accepts; Congress accepts with reservations; pushes ML to renounce its acceptance; formation of Cabinet and problems;
- Liaquat Ali as finance minister; Patel says, "If ML does not accept Cabinet Mission Plan, we want division of India".
- Congress' failure to recognize the genuine needs of Muslims of India: Even the Nationalist Muslims of Congress recognized it; told Cabinet Mission; Congress mocked ML when it accepted the Cabinet Mission Plan "Finally Jinnah has come to his senses".
-Pushed ML to ask for partition; perhaps Congress thought that a moth eaten Pakistan will be soon forced to seek reunion with India
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the terms deen e ellahi and zil e illahi were introduced by Akbar.
zil e illahi means shadow of God.
Zill-e-Ilahi introduced by Balban. that was the basis of his Theory of Kingship. This entitled the King to be sovereign next to God, and his verdict and command was God's command.
and above all the question has the answer: it asks about Sultan- Akbar was not a Sultan, he was an Emperor
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wrong. It's Aibek! Iltutmish fought against all of them.

i believe, british etc etc were not asked for. and therefore shouldnot form part of conclusion. best of luck anways
I may forgot and or might be memory have played with me .

Here is my outline ,It is different from your`s but have parallel features ;

Background.
1. Islamic revolution
2.Caliphate system
3.Schism in Islam and list of rulers upto waleed abdul Malki
4. Govener Hujjah and his governers ,
a. Tariq bin ziyad
b. Mussa bin Naseer
C. .Qutbia bin Muslim
d. Muhammed bin Qasim

First Invasion of Qasim and Impacts.
a. Episodic in political sphere
b. cultural change
c. Muslim scientist ,poets and Impacts .
d. Role of different ORDERS and influences
e. Provided opportunity for other rulers to invade

3.Synopsis of Ghaznavi ,ghauri invasion and dynastic rule.
a. List of invasions of both
b .list of slaves
4. Impacts and sub points
4. Invasion of Babur
a. Political consolidation in Akber
b.Akber universal policy of religion vs cultural of pluralism of todays society
c. Formation of modern cabinet
d. sher shah establishment of currency vs modern currency
e. Counter -active forces of Naqshbandia order
d. war of succession and demise of mughals
e. Art and Architecture ; wonders of world
b. Foundation of business class and trade unions
c. Revenue reforms and flourishing the agriculture
d. cottage industries
5. Britsih Invasion and system of democracy and capitalism
6. Analysis of invasions
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Q3. bring out the role of aligarh movement in the intellectual and political awakening of the Muslims of sub continent.

Q4. " the period between 1912-1916 was notable as a time of growing unity between the main Indian political parties." discuss

- Partition of Bengal
- Split in Congress: Moderates under Gokhale, Extremists under Tilak
- Split in Muslim Leadership: Conservatives under Sir Agha Khan III and Mohsin-ul-Mulk and more Modernists under Nawab Saleem ullah and Viqar ul mulk
-Conservates lead Simla Deputation (concerned with Separate Electorates), Modernists: Form Muslim League
-ML a pro british party to secure Partition of Bengal
-Partition of Bengal called a settled issue by the British
-1911 Darbar: Annulment of Darbar
- Muslim slogan: "No bombs no boons"
-1911: Nationalist Muslims avoided ML including Jinnah
-1912: ML strive for self-government under separate electorates
-1916: Lucknow Pact and role of Jinnah
-Win-Win situation for both Congress and ML: Congress = ML not as rival but a help in self-government; ML = Congress' support for separate electorate crucial; British can detract any time
-Conclusion



Q5. trade the course of the khilafat Movement and assess its significance for the development of Indian nationalism.

-World War 1
-Treaty of Sevres
-Planned Dismemberment of Ottomon Caliphate
-Muslim's attachment as the last relic of Muslim power
-Khilafat Committee and Khilafat Conference
-Gandhi joins the wagon
-Jinnah opposed to Khilafat Movement; Warns Gandhi don't mix religion and politics; price payed in full with the partition of India
-Muslims sideline ML and Jinnah
-20th Nagpur session: Non-Cooperation Movement adopted by Congress: Jinnah opposes; Indians have no substitution for Schools, Colleges, Courts etc. gets shouted and quits Congress 1920; Annie Besant quits Home Rule League for the same reason
-Events: Moplah Uprising, Chaura Chauri Incident; Gandhi quits the movement
-Hijrat Movement: misery to the Muslims
-Abolition of Khilafat: Azad says Turkey should be left on its own; What Jinnah said in the beginning, Azad admitted in the end
-Effects on Nationalism: Initially strengthened Indian Nationalism later on proved a killing blow to Indian Nationalism; Religious sentiments were aroused for political benefits; Lead to Partition; ML's defeat in 1937 and Congress' domineering role; Further Pakistan Movement;
-Blow to Separate Electorates; riding the wave of unity, many Muslim leaders spoke against Separate Electorates; Separate Electorates dropped by Delhi Muslim Proposals for this very reason
-Gandhi missed an opportunity to secure early chance of self-government; Viceroy to secure cooperation for Prince of Wales visit offers a RTC; Gandhi delays and Viceroy retracts the offer;

Q6. " the policies of Indian national congress between 1937 to 1947 were such as to make the partition of India inevitable" discuss,

-1st Election in History of India; under 1935 Government of India Act
-Nehru sets the tone: "There are two powers in India. The British and the Congress. All Others line up". Jinnah responds, "There is a 3rd force. That is the Muslims of India. and we are not going to be dictacted"
-Poor Performance of ML in the elections; Khilafat Movement; Provincial nature of elections
-Congress refuses to form coalition ministries; violates the tacit agreement in UP; Nehru sets the condition that all ministers of ML would join congress
-Jinnah pleads Gandhi to find a solution; he waits for divine light to guide him;
-Congress Rule and mismanagement and misconduct
-Congress Resign; Jinnah offers again; Congress ignore it; Day of Deliverence
-Lahore Resolution;
-Cripps Mission; Congress demands immediate transfer of power and recognition of the Viceroy Executive Council as Dominion Cabinet; Rejected by both ML and Congress
-Desai-Liaquat Pact and Sapru Report
-Wavell's Plan; Thwarted by Congress by not recognizing ML's exclusive right to nominate Muslim Minsiters to Viceroy's executive council; failure;
-1946 elections: Landslide Victory
-Cabinet Mission; ML Accepts; Congress accepts with reservations; pushes ML to renounce its acceptance; formation of Cabinet and problems;
- Liaquat Ali as finance minister; Patel says, "If ML does not accept Cabinet Mission Plan, we want division of India".
- Congress' failure to recognize the genuine needs of Muslims of India: Even the Nationalist Muslims of Congress recognized it; told Cabinet Mission; Congress mocked ML when it accepted the Cabinet Mission Plan "Finally Jinnah has come to his senses".
-Pushed ML to ask for partition; perhaps Congress thought that a moth eaten Pakistan will be soon forced to seek reunion with India
Its 1912 to 1916, why are you including annulment etc. I dont agree with you
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