Mughal Dynasty and Sher Shah Suri Quiz

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In which year did Sher Shah Suri defeat Humayun in the battle of Chausa?

1539 AD

Who succeeded Babur after his death in 1530 AD?

Humayun

Who was the ruler of Nurpur and a supporter of Sikandar Shah during Akbar's campaign?

Raja Bakht Mal

Who was suspected by Akbar and ordered to be captured for revolt against the Mughal rule?

Raja Ram Chand of Guler

Who was sent by Akbar to subdue the territory given to Birbal as Jagir?

Khan Jahan Hussain

What was the reason for the Mughal army's departure from Nagarkot to Punjab?

The invasion of Punjab by Ibrahim Hussain Mirza and Musud Mirza

Who succeeded Raja Jai Chand after his death?

Bidhi Chand

Who was sent by Akbar to suppress the revolt between Jammu and Kangra?

Zain Khan Koka

Who received the title of Murtaza Khan and assisted in the force sent against Kangra in 1615?

Sheikh Farid

Who led the rebellion by the hill chief in 1594-95?

Raja of Jasrota

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Mughal Empire and Its Rulers

  • Sher Shah Suri defeated Humayun in the battle of Chausa in 1539.
  • After Babur's death in 1530 AD, Humayun succeeded him.
  • During Akbar's campaign, the ruler of Nurpur, Langar Khan, was a supporter of Sikandar Shah.
  • Akbar suspected and ordered the capture of Langar Khan for revolting against the Mughal rule.
  • Mulla Ahmad was sent by Akbar to subdue the territory given to Birbal as Jagir.
  • The Mughal army departed from Nagarkot to Punjab due to the scarcity of food and water.
  • After Raja Jai Chand's death, his son, Raja Udai Singh, succeeded him.
  • Zain Khan was sent by Akbar to suppress the revolt between Jammu and Kangra.
  • Raja Bhagwant Singh received the title of Murtaza Khan and assisted in the force sent against Kangra in 1615.
  • The hill chief, Raja Bhagwant Singh, led the rebellion in 1594-95.

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