Who among the following was sent by Emperor Jahangir on a diplomatic mission to Persia, to paint the Shah’s portrait?
None of these
Solution:Option(C) is correct
Bishandas was a 17th-century portrait painter at the court of the Mughal emperor Jahangir. Jahangir praised him as “unrivalled in the art of portraiture”.
Though little is known of Bishandas’ life, his name can indicate that he was a Hindu. In 1613 he was sent on a diplomatic mission to Persia, to paint the Shah’s portrait.
Here he was so successful that he remained until 1620, when he returned with the gift of an elephant.
Who among the following was named as “Zinda Pir” or “Living Saint” in Mughal India?
Solution:Option(A) is correct
Aurangzeb was called “Zinda Pir” or “Living Saint” in Mughal India.
During the reign of Shershah Suri, Qazi Fazilat was __?
The Chief Qazi of the Afghan Empire
The Qazi of Bengal
The Governor of Bengal
The Nizam of Hyderabad
Qazi Fazilat (in office: 1541–1545) was the governor of Bengal.
He was appointed by Sher Shah Suri during his reign in Delhi.
Which of the following parts were situated on the west coast of South India?
Only 1, 2
Only 2, 3
Only 2, 3, 4
Only 3, 4
Solution:Option(D) is correct
Musiri and Tondi were situated on the west coast of South India.
Which among the following was the work of Sultan Feroz Shah Tughlaq?
Solution:Option(B) is correct
Fautuhat-i-Ferozshahi was authored by Sultan Feroz Shah Tughlaq himself.
He was a Turkic Muslim ruler of the Tughlaq Dynasty, who reigned over the Sultanate of Delhi from 1351 to 1388 A.D.
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