here are some questions but r vry rare!
-who was allan octavian hume?
-who was king george v?
-what was press act?
-who were ali brothers?
-what was treaty of lausanne?
-what was communal award?
-who was ramsay macdonald?
-who was lord willington?
-what was jinnah and shafi league?
-what was operation fairplay?
1- Who was Auranzeb?
2- What was jizya?
3- Who were Marathas?
4- Who was sivaji?
5- Who was Robert clive?
6- Describe the battle of buxar?
7- Describe the battle of Plessey?
8- Who was tipu Sultan?
9- Who was Black Hole event?
10- What was Pitt’s India Act 1784?
11- What was subsidiary Alliance?
12- What was the regulating act 1773?
13- Who was Warren Hastings?
14- What was suttee?
15- Who were thugees?
16- Who was Titu Mir?
17- Who were faraizis?
18- Who were Mujahideens?
19- Who was Siraj-ud-Daullah?
20- Who was Nadir Shah?
21- Who was Ahmed Shah Abdali\Durrani?
1- What was congress?
2- What was muslim league?
3- Describe simla deputation?
4- What were MM reforms?
5- What was lucknow Pact?
6- What were MC reforms 1919?
7- What was Rowlatt’s act?
8- What was Jallian walla bagh/ Amritsar massacre?
9- Who was General Dyer?
10- What was Hunter committee?
11- What was Arya Samaj?
12- Who was Pundit Mohan Malaviya?
13- What were Delhi proposals?
14- What was diarchy?
1- What was the day of deliverance?
2- What was the Pakistan movement?
3- Who was Maulvi Fazl-Ul-Haq?
4- What was Cripps Mission?
5- What was Quit India Resolution?
6- Describe Gandhi-Jinnah Talks?
7- Who was Lord Wavell?
8- Describe Simla Conference?
9- Describe the elections of 1945-46?
10- What was the Cabinet Mission Plan?
11- What the direct Action Day?
12- Who was Mountbatten?
13- What was the 3 rd June Plan?
14- What was the independence Act?
15- Who was Muhammad Ali Jinnah?
16- What was the August Offer?
Hey Tuba, can I ask for your help?! Can you please list the possible questions that can come under the heading of "History and Importance of Quran"and "History and Importance of Hadith"? I'd be really thankful!
Hello Aaisha, I guess tonignt is your lucky night as well as for Tuba.....m posting 6 answers tonight n Inshallah I will post rest today
Q1: 1- What was the day of deliverance? Ans:Congress protested over not having been consulted them over the decision to enter World War II alongside Great Britain and On October 22, 1939, “Congress league called upon all Congress ministries to tender their resignations." All the members of the Congress party resigned on 22 December, 1939 from provincial and central offices. On December 2, 1939, Jinnah put out an appeal, calling for Indian Muslims to celebrate December 22, 1939 as a "Day of Deliverance" from Congress tyrant ruling from 1937 to 1939.
Q2: What was the Pakistan movement?
Ans: The Pakistan Movement was a political movement which was active during the first half of the 20th century. At that time, India belonged to Great Britain. In British India, most people were Hindu, and only very few were Muslim. Muslim league therefore wanted to create a separate state. After a hard and heroic struggle by the Muslims of the sub- continent, the British Parliament was forced to approve the Indian Independence Act, 1947 leading to the birth of Pakistan on 14th August. 1947 and Pakistan Movement finaly achieved a seprate home land for which it started.
Q3: Who was Maulvi Fazl-Ul-Haq? Ans: Maulvi Abul Kasem Fazlul Haq was born on October 27, 1873 in Barisal District He studied at the Calcutta University and started his career as a Professor; but in 1906 joined Government Service as Deputy Magistrate. In 1911 he resigned from his job and rejoined the Bar and was elected unopposed Member of the Bengal Legislative Council in 1913. In 1914, he presided over the Bengal Presidency Muslim League. From 1913 to 1916 he served in Bengal Provincial Muslim League as its Secretary and from 1916-21 he was the President of All India Muslim League. In 1935 he became the Mayor of Calcutta. His greatest work was 'Pakistan Resolution' presented in the historic Lahore Session of the Muslim League in 1940.
Q4: What was Cripps Mission? Ans: From 22 March to 11 April 1942, Stafford Cripps, a member of the War Cabinet, was dispatched to India to discuss the British Government’s Draft Declaration on the Constitution of India with representative Indian leaders from all parties. In Mach 29 Cripps publicly disclosed the contents of the Declaration at a press conference known as Cripps Mission with the Objectives that: The British government would ensure the general elections soon after the World War. Under the British government, a new Indian dominion would be created. Minorities would be secured and protected. The provinces which would not be willing to join the dominion would enjoy the power to make a separate union. Q5: What was Quit India Resolution/ Movement?
ans:On 8 August 1942 at the All-India Congress Committee session in Bombay, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi launched another noncooperation movement known as 'Quit India' movement/Resolution. Gandhi's inspiring statement - "We shall either free India or die in the attempt; we shall not live to see the perpetuation of our slavery" ignited the sentiments of Indians across the nation. Almost the entire Indian National Congress leadership, and not just at the national level, was put into confinement less than twenty-four hours after Gandhi's speech, and the greater number of the Congress leaders were to spend the rest of World War II in jail.
Q6: Describe Gandhi-Jinnah Talks?
Ans:In September 1944, Gandhi Jinnah talks were held at Jinnah’s residence at Bombay. Rajagopalachari’s formula and the Lahore Resolution formed the basis of these talks. In these parleys Gandhi did not accept the Hindus and Muslims as Two Nations and emphasized on the freedom of united India. Jinnah told him that the Muslims could never budge even a single inch from their ideological and constitutional demand of two nation theory.