Indian National Movement - Part I
Indian National Movement - Part I1. When did General Anson die?
a) May 25, 1857
b) May 27, 1857
c) July 5, 1857
d) July 15, 1857View Answer / Hide Answer
2. When did Sir Henry Barnard die?
ANSWER: b) May 27, 1857
At the age of 59, Anson died of Cholera. He was buried in Kurnaul. The body was taken back to England to be buried in Kensel Green Cemetery.
a) July 5, 1857
b) July 15, 1857
c) May 10, 1857
d) August 25, 1857View Answer / Hide Answer
3. Who was bestowed with the title of Sahib-i-Alam Bahadur?
ANSWER: a) July 5, 1857
On 6 July 1857, Barnard was buried in the Rajpur cemetery of the cantonment outside Delhi.
a) Azimullah Khan
b) Sherbaz Khan
c) Subedar Bakht Khan
d) Zabita KhanView Answer / Hide Answer
4. When was Bahadur Shah II exiled to Rangoon?
ANSWER: c) Subedar Bakht Khan
Bahadur Shah II gave Subedar Bakht Khan the actual authority and the title of Saheb-I-Alam Bhadur, or Lord Governor General. Khan was virtual commander of the sepoy forces.
d) 1930 View Answer / Hide Answer
5. When did Gandhiji define 'Swaraj'?
ANSWER: a) 1858
In 1862, he died at Yangon.
d) 1930View Answer / Hide Answer
6. Who captured Kanpur from Nana Sahib?
ANSWER: c) 1925
'Swaraj' refers to Gandhi ji's concept for Indian independence from foreign domination.
a) Charles James Napier
b) Colin Campbell
c) Henry Havelock
d) Henry Montgomery LawrenceView Answer / Hide Answer
ANSWER: c) Henry Havelock
On 25 September 1857, he was able to capture Lucknow.