The Aftermath of the Revolt
Q. Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi was defeated and killed in ____.
- June 1859
- June 1858
- June 1860
- June 1861
Q. Who was Bahadur Shah Zafar's wife?
- Noor Jahan
- Hasrat Mahal
- Begum Zenat Mahal
Q. The Sepoy Mutiny was also known as 'The
war of Indian independence'.
Q. Pop the bubbles containing the names of the leaders involved in the Revolt of 1857.
- Begum Hazrat
- Nana Saheb
- Tantia Tope
- Rani Laxmibai
- Kunwar Singh
- Rani Avantibai
- Bakht Khan
- Ahmadullah Shah
Q. Bahadur Shah Zafar was arrested by the British and sent to _____ on exile.
Q. The British Government took control of India from the hands of the East India Company after the Revolt of 1857.
Q. Who was supposed to be India's Secretary of State?
- Prime Minister
- Governor General
- A member of the British cabinet
Q. What was the "Council of India"?
- A council that advised the Secretary of State of India on the affairs of the country.
- A council to advise the king on wars.
- A council in India that reported administrative matters to the British government in London.
- Council consisting of rulers from the Indian princely states.
Q. How did the British bring about reformation in the Indian society?
- All of the above.
- Laws were passed to stop Sati.
- Education in English language was actively promoted.
- They encouraged widow remarriage.
Q. The land and property of Muslims were confiscated on a large scale after the 1857 rebellion. What was the reason behind it?
- The British declared it illegal for Muslims to get inheritance.
- The British believed that the Muslims were responsible for the rebellion.
- The Doctrine of Lapse.
- There were disputes going on in those lands, and the British tried to resolve it by giving all the land owned by Muslims to non-Muslims.