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HISTORY, CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION MCQs TEST NO.1

HISTORY, CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION ONLINE TEST

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General Knowledge - HISTORY, CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION TEST NO. 01

General Knowledge - HISTORY, CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION TEST NO. 01

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“Hayat-e-Jawaid” written by Altaf Hussain Hali is on the life of:

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“Sultan Muhammad Ghori” defeated Pirthvi Raj in 1193 A.D and founded the Muslim Rule in India. The battle was known as

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Famous Novel “The Three Musketeers” was written by

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“Temples of Artemis (Diana)” (ancient wonder) is said to have been amongst the most beautiful temples in the world. It was built in the honour of the Greek goddess of moon at

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Who is called “Desert Fox”

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Aryans came to India about 2000 B.C from

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Omar bin Abdul Aziz” was a Caliph of:

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The first unmanned space ship landed on the moon on

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“Bear” is a symbol of

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Famous English Poet John Keats died of T.B at the age of:

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Who was the author of “Ain-i-Akbari”and “Akbar Nama”

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“Gautam Buddha” was born in

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Play “Othello” was written by

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Which of the following countries is under an absolute monarchy:

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Who is called “Father of History”

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“Trpitak” in the Holy Book of

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December 3, (every year) is observed all over the world as:

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Alexander the Great (356-323 BC) was the King of:

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Who was the first Punjabi Poet

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Hazrat Baba Farid Ganj Shakr is buried in

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Hazrat Baha-ud-Din Zakirya is buried in

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“Mother Teresa” (India) was awarded by Nobel Prize in the field of

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“The Church of Saint Sophia” is among the Seven wonders of the world (later list). It is situated in

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Nobel Prizes were First awarded in the year

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One of the ancient wonder “The Hanging Gardens of Babylon” were situated in

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Which civilization is oldest among the following

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Famous Novel “A Tale of Two Cities is written by:

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An ancient wonder Mausoleum of Halicarnassus” created in 353 B.C by Queen Artemisia in memory of her husband. King Mausalus. It was destroyed by:

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An English writer known for his free translation of the “Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam” is:

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“Faiz Ahmad Faiz” famous Urdu Poet died in

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“Second Islamic Summit Conference” was held at Lahore in

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The only Pakistani Poet who got the “Lenin Prize” was

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“Queen’s House” is the official residence of:

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Who is called “The master builder”?

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“Razia Sultana” was the only Muslim Woman Monarch of Hindustan. Her regime lasted

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The Sea border in the ‘Gulf of Tonkin’ is disputed between China and

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The famous oil painting “Mona Lisa” is the creation of

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Who was known as “Citizen King” of France

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Who is the author of “The History of the Decline and fall of the Roman Empire”

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The famous Punjabi love story “Sassi Punnoo” is written by

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We often came across the news wherein ‘Red Square” is often described. It is situated in

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Which City of Pakistan is known as “Data ki Nagri”

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The headquarter of U.N Security Council is in

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Archaeologists have recently revealed through a research that the Roman Empire was destroyed by the fatal disease of:

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Which of the following in called “The Bible of English Constitution”

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Who is called “The Indian Napoleon”?

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The theme of the famous play “Caeser and Cleopatra” by G.B. Shaw is a

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Who abolished Slavery in America?

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“Abdul Latif Bhitai” was a famous poet of:

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Who is the 1st Secretary General of U.N.O

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“Gita or Vedas” is the holy books of

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Waris Shah” a Punjabi Poet is famous for his:

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The “Holy Quran” was translated first time in:

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Dr. Abdul Salam won the Nobel Prize in the field of

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Famous Novel “Pride and Prejudice” is written by:

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“The pharos of Alexandria” an ancient wonder was situated in an Island near Alexandria. What was it.

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“John Milton” was a famous English poet. What tragedy was faced by him at his old age ?

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“Third Battle of Panipat” was fought in

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Famous Painting “Mona Lisa” was the creation of

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Which of the following historical sites of Pakistan is on the World Heritage List

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The only mosque in the world with six minaretes is the Blue Mosque” or the “Mosque of Sultan Ahmad”. It is situated at

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Aibak died during the game of

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Who was called “The Islamic Coordinator”

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Master piece Novels “War and Peace” and “Anana Karenina” was written by

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King Faisal shot dead by his Nephew in 1975 in the city of:

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Indus Valley Civilization was destroyed by?

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Who is called “Man of Iron and Blood”?

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“Indra Ghandi” Prime Minister of India was assassinated by Sikhs in

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“Rohtas Fort” is situated near Jhelum. It was built by:

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The Headquarter of International Atomic Energy Agency is in

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How many Arab-Israel Wars have so far been fought

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‘Temple Trees’ is an official residence of the

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The only Hindu State in the world is

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The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant has been closed permanently. It was located in

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Babur founded Mughal Dynasty defeating Ibrahim Lodhi at Panipat in

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From which country “Herodotus” The father of History belongs

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Pakistani Culture is a

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“First Islamic Summit Conference” was held in 1969 at

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“The pharos of Alexandria” an ancient wonder was situated in an Island near Alexandria. What was it.

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Great Philosopher “Confucius” belonged to

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“Punjabi Qisa Saif-ul-Malook” is written by:

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Who was awarded Nobel Prize in 1945 for the discovery of penicillin and its curative effects in various infectious diseases

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The prizes are formally awarded on the death anniversary of Alfred Nobel on

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“Shintoism” is the religious mythology of

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“Sir Ronald Ross” was awarded Nobel Prize in Medicine in
1902 for his work on

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Chenghez Khan was a Mongol conqueror who came to India during the rein of

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Who is known as “Man of destiny” and “little corporal”

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The World’s famous Madame Tussaud’s museum is situated in:

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“W.C. Rontgen” was awarded 1st Nobel Prize in Physics for his remarkable discovery of X-Rays. From which country he belongs

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Hazrat Mian Mir was great religious reformer. He is buried in

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“Ibn-i-Batuta” was a Moorish traveler who visited India in

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The battle in which English won and later captured Lahore is

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“Taj Mahal” a magnificent white marble mausoleum is situated at

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National Democratic Front of Bodoland is struggling for a separate homeland in the Indian State of

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Salang Tunnel in Afghanistan linked Kabul withJalalabad

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“Rehman Baba” was a poet of

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“Confucianism” is the religious mythology of

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The headquarters of World Trade Organization is in

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“Ustaad Daman” was the poet of

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“Maiden Pakistani” who was awarded by Nobel Prize in 1979, was

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All Nobel Prize are given in Stockholm by the King of Sweden except the peace prize, which is given in the city of

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The slave King buried in Lahore is

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“Dragon” is a symbol of

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Who is called “Lady of the Lamp”

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Who were the original residents of northern India before the arrival of Aryans

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Sher Shah defeated Hammayun in 1540 A.D. As a result, he
became the emperor of Hindustan. The battle is called

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“Jam Darag” is known to be the only romantic poet of

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Among the following countries which is not the member of U.N.O

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The creator of “Mona Lisa” belonged to

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1965 War between India and Pakistan continued incessantly for

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“Elysee Palace” is the official residence of:

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Babur was the founder of Mughal Dynasty. He defeated

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Hazrat Lal Shahbaz Qalandar was a famous sufi poet of

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Length of “the great wall of China” is

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“Khushal Khan Khattak” was a famous poet of:

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Hazrat Lal Shahbaz Qalander was buried in:

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“Dulhan” is a famous poem of Baluchi language. The poet is

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One of ancient wonder “The statue of Zeus (Jupiter)” was carved at about 2,400 years ago by

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The  only  human  achievement visible  from  the  moon is......

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Qutabuddin Aibak was the first Muslim King of Delhi Sultanate and founder of

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Identify the cause of disturbances in the ‘Maluku’ island of Indonesia

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“Jalal-ud-Din “Rumi” was a great poet. His poetry is in

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Famous English Poet “William Wordsworth” died in

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Who was known as “The Prophet of Italian Unification”?

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Mongols destroyed Baghdad and overthrew Arab Empire in:

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Among the ancient wonders of the world which one is still exists

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“Hyde Park” London is famous for

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“Alberuni” wrote a book “An inquiry into India” with great historical value. He came India along with

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“Christopher Columbus” (who discovered Central America). From which country he belonged

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“Yusuf Zulekan” a Punjabi love Story is written by:

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Famous wonder of the world “Leaning tower of Pisa” is situated in

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Colossus of Phodes” was the huge statute of Helios, formerly called Apollo which stood at the entrance to the

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The famous shrine of Hazrat Bari Imam is located at

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Who is called “Father of Comedy”?

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Muhammad bin Qasim was the 1st Muslim who invaded India and made Sindh a Province of Arab dominion. He came to India

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The first country which recognized Pakistan after its creation was:

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The Tashkent Declaration 1966 was signed by the President of Pakistan Muhammad Ayub Khan and the Indian Prime Minister:

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Who is called “the Shakespeare of Punjabi literature”?

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Who won the battle of Waterloo

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The Height of “Empire State Building” situated in Manhattan, New York, U.S.A is

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Which ancient city is considered as “Pearl of Gandhara Civilization”

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Which city is the oldest inhabited capital in the World

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Famous Economist “Karl Marx” belongs to

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Todar Mal was the revenue minister of King

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"Guru Garanth Sahib” is the holy book of

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