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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    1. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on?

    • A.

      October 5, 1896

    • B.

      October 3, 1840

    • C.

       October 2, 1869

    • D.

      October 10, 188

    Correct Answer
    C.  October 2, 1869
    Explanation
    Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869. This information is commonly known and widely accepted.

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  • 2. 

    At which place was Gandhiji born?

    • A.

      Porbandar

    • B.

      Rajkot

    • C.

      Ahmedabad

    • D.

      Delhi

    Correct Answer
    A. Porbandar
    Explanation
    Gandhiji was born in Porbandar.

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  • 3. 

    What was Gandhiji’s age when he got married to Kasturbai?

    • A.

      19 years

    • B.

      15 years

    • C.

      12 year

    • D.

      13 years

    Correct Answer
    D. 13 years
    Explanation
    Gandhiji got married to Kasturbai at the age of 13.

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  • 4. 

    Gandhiji confessed his guilt of stealing for the purpose of smoking in a letter, promising never to steal in future and asking for adequate punishment. To whom was this letter addressed?

    • A.

      Father

    • B.

      Mother

    • C.

      Elder Brother

    • D.

      His friend

    Correct Answer
    A. Father
    Explanation
    The letter was addressed to Gandhiji's father. Gandhiji confessed his guilt of stealing and promised to never steal again, seeking adequate punishment. It is likely that he chose to address the letter to his father as a way of seeking forgiveness and showing his remorse for his actions.

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  • 5. 

    About how old was Gandhiji when he reached London to become a barrister?

    • A.

      20 years

    • B.

      19 years

    • C.

      21 years

    • D.

      18 years

    Correct Answer
    B. 19 years
    Explanation
    Gandhiji reached London to become a barrister at the age of 19 years.

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  • 6. 

    Devdas was Gandhiji’s

    • A.

      Only child

    • B.

      Second child

    • C.

      Eldest child

    • D.

      Youngest child

    Correct Answer
    D. Youngest child
    Explanation
    Devdas being Gandhiji's youngest child means that he had at least one older sibling. This information implies that Devdas had older brothers or sisters, but no younger siblings.

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  • 7. 

    Gandhiji, the votary of nonviolence was shot dead on January 30, 1948 at Birla House, New Delhi, shortly after 5 p.m. while going to the prayer meeting. Which was that fateful day of the week?

    • A.

      Saturday

    • B.

      Wednesday

    • C.

      Friday

    • D.

      Monday

    Correct Answer
    C. Friday
    Explanation
    Gandhiji was shot dead on January 30, 1948, which was a Friday.

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  • 8. 

    In which South African unit had most of the India emigrants taken up abode?

    • A.

      Johannesburg

    • B.

      Natal

    • C.

      Maritzburg

    • D.

      Durban

    Correct Answer
    B. Natal
    Explanation
    Most of the Indian emigrants had taken up abode in Natal, which is a province in South Africa. This region was a popular destination for Indian immigrants due to its thriving sugar industry and the demand for labor. The Indian community in Natal played a significant role in shaping the cultural and economic landscape of the province.

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  • 9. 

    While holding a first-class ticket Gandhiji was ordered by a railway official to shift to the van compartment. On his refusal to comply with the unjust order, a constable was called to push him out with bag and baggage. Identify the railway station where this incident took place?

    • A.

      Durban

    • B.

      Johannesburg

    • C.

      Maritzburg

    • D.

      None of these

    Correct Answer
    C. Maritzburg
    Explanation
    The incident described in the question refers to an incident that occurred during Gandhi's time in South Africa. The incident took place at Maritzburg railway station, where Gandhi was ordered to move to the van compartment despite holding a first-class ticket. He refused to comply with the unjust order and was eventually pushed out of the train with his belongings by a constable.

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  • 10. 

    At which place was Gandhiji arrested for the first time by the British Government for sedition?

    • A.

      Bombay

    • B.

      Pune

    • C.

      Calcutta

    • D.

      Ahmedabad

    Correct Answer
    D. Ahmedabad
    Explanation
    Gandhiji was arrested for the first time by the British Government for sedition in Ahmedabad.

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  • 11. 

    On which day of March 1930 Gandhiji started with a band of chosen volunteers on his famous Dandi March to break the law by manufacturing illegally, but openly, salt from the sea?

    • A.

      Tenth

    • B.

      Thirteenth

    • C.

      Eleventh

    • D.

      Twelfth

    Correct Answer
    D. Twelfth
    Explanation
    On the twelfth day of March 1930, Gandhiji began his famous Dandi March with a group of selected volunteers. This march was a form of civil disobedience against the British salt monopoly. They openly manufactured salt from the sea, which was illegal according to the British law. This act was significant in India's struggle for independence as it symbolized defiance against British rule and sparked a nationwide movement.

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  • 12. 

    When was the Gandhi – Irwin Pact signed?

    • A.

      March 1, 1932

    • B.

      March 5, 1931

    • C.

      March 10, 1935

    • D.

      March 7, 1937

    Correct Answer
    B. March 5, 1931
    Explanation
    The Gandhi-Irwin Pact was signed on March 5, 1931. This pact was an agreement between Mahatma Gandhi and Lord Irwin, the Viceroy of India, during the Indian independence movement. The pact aimed to resolve the issues between the British government and the Indian National Congress, led by Gandhi. It included the release of political prisoners, allowing the participation of Congress in the Second Round Table Conference, and the suspension of the civil disobedience movement. The pact marked an important step towards negotiations between the British government and Indian leaders for India's independence.

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  • 13. 

    Subhash Chandra Bose was elected President of the Congress in 1938 with Gandhiji’s goodwill. He wanted a second term, but Gandhiji did not approve of it. Despite the disapproval, Bose fought the election and won it, defeating the official candidate by over 200 votes. Gandhiji took it as a personal defeat. Identify the candidate?

    • A.

      Lala Lajpatrai

    • B.

      Jawaharlal Nehru

    • C.

      Pattabhi Sitaramayya

    • D.

      Sarojini Naidu

    Correct Answer
    C. Pattabhi Sitaramayya
    Explanation
    The candidate who was defeated by Subhash Chandra Bose in the election was Pattabhi Sitaramayya. Despite Gandhiji's disapproval, Bose fought the election and won it by over 200 votes.

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  • 14. 

    On being arrested for his “Quit India” programme, where was Gandhiji detained?

    • A.

      Yeravda Jail

    • B.

      Byculla Prison

    • C.

      Agakhan Palace Jail

    • D.

      Ahmedabad Prison

    Correct Answer
    C. Agakhan Palace Jail
    Explanation
    After his arrest for the 'Quit India' movement, Gandhi ji was held in detention at the Aga Khan Palace.

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  • 15. 

    The book “Unto This Last” greatly captivated and transformed Gandhiji. So much so that he translated it into Gujarati. Who was its author?

    • A.

      Ruskin Bond

    • B.

      John Ruskin

    • C.

      Leo Tolstoy

    • D.

      Louis Fisher

    Correct Answer
    B. John Ruskin
    Explanation
    "Unto This Last" greatly captivated and transformed Gandhiji, leading him to translate it into Gujarati. This suggests that the book had a profound impact on him, influencing his thoughts and actions. The correct answer is John Ruskin, as he is the author of "Unto This Last."

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  • 16. 

    Which of the following, according to Gandhiji, is an essential principle of satyagraha?

    • A.

      Infinite capacity for suffering

    • B.

      Non violence

    • C.

      Truth

    • D.

      All the three

    Correct Answer
    D. All the three
    Explanation
    Gandhiji believed that all three principles - infinite capacity for suffering, nonviolence, and truth - are essential in satyagraha. Satyagraha, meaning "truth force," is a nonviolent resistance movement that seeks to achieve social and political change through peaceful means. Gandhiji believed that individuals practicing satyagraha should have an infinite capacity for suffering, as they may face hardships and persecution in their pursuit of truth and justice. Nonviolence is another crucial principle, as it emphasizes the use of peaceful methods to bring about change. Finally, truth is at the core of satyagraha, as it requires individuals to adhere to and promote truthfulness in all aspects of their lives.

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  • 17. 

     Gandhiji’s “The Story of My Experiments with Truth” was originally written in Gujarati. Who translated it into English?

    • A.

      Maganlal Gandhi

    • B.

      Mahadev Desai

    • C.

      Pyarelalji

    • D.

      Sushila Nayyar

    Correct Answer
    B. Mahadev Desai
    Explanation
    Mahadev Desai translated Gandhiji's "The Story of My Experiments with Truth" into English.

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  • 18. 

    Which one of the following books is the work of Gandhiji?

    • A.

      Light of India

    • B.

      Hind Swaraj

    • C.

      My Experiments with Truth

    • D.

      Both Hind Swaraj & My Experiments with Truth

    Correct Answer
    D. Both Hind Swaraj & My Experiments with Truth
    Explanation
    Both Hind Swaraj & My Experiments with Truth are books written by Gandhiji. Hind Swaraj is a political and philosophical book that discusses the concept of self-governance and the importance of non-violence in achieving it. My Experiments with Truth is an autobiography where Gandhiji shares his life experiences and the development of his moral and political beliefs. Both books are significant works that provide insights into Gandhiji's ideologies and his role in India's independence movement.

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  • 19. 

    Identify the year in which Birla House, New Delhi, where Gandhiji very often used to stay and where he was shot dead, was turned into a government – run Gandhi museum?

    • A.

      1960

    • B.

      1965

    • C.

      1971

    • D.

      1976

    Correct Answer
    C. 1971
    Explanation
    In 1971, Birla House in New Delhi, where Gandhiji frequently stayed and was tragically assassinated, was converted into a government-run Gandhi museum.

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  • 20. 

    Identify the leader who last met Gandhiji for about an hour and left him just few minutes before he was shot dead on January 30, 1948 while on his way to the prayer meeting?

    • A.

      Vallabhbhai Patel

    • B.

      Sarojini Naidu

    • C.

      Jawaharlal Nehru

    • D.

      Vinoba Bhave

    Correct Answer
    A. Vallabhbhai Patel
    Explanation
    Vallabhbhai Patel is the correct answer because he was the leader who last met Gandhiji for about an hour and left him just a few minutes before he was shot dead on January 30, 1948 while on his way to the prayer meeting.

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  • 21. 

     In February 1933 Gandhiji started the publication of a weekly paper, Harijan, to promote the anti – untouchability campaign. Its first issue was out on February 11, 1933 from?

    • A.

      Bombay

    • B.

      Ahmedabad

    • C.

      Poona

    • D.

      Nasik

    Correct Answer
    C. Poona
    Explanation
    Gandhiji started the publication of the weekly paper, Harijan, in February 1933 to promote the anti-untouchability campaign. The first issue of Harijan was released on February 11, 1933, from Poona.

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  • 22. 

    What did Gandhiji mean by “Swaraj”?

    • A.

      Freedom for the country

    • B.

      Freedom for the meanest of the countrymen

    • C.

      Self Government

    • D.

      Complete Independence

    Correct Answer
    B. Freedom for the meanest of the countrymen
    Explanation
    Gandhiji's concept of "Swaraj" referred to the freedom and empowerment of the most marginalized and disadvantaged individuals in the country. It emphasized the idea that true independence could only be achieved when even the lowest and poorest members of society were able to exercise their rights and participate in decision-making processes. Swaraj aimed for self-governance and complete independence, but it specifically highlighted the need for freedom for the meanest of the countrymen, ensuring that no one was left behind in the pursuit of liberty and justice.

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  • 23. 

    When did Gandhiji get his head shaved, discard his clothes and settle for a loin cloth?

    • A.

      1930

    • B.

      1921

    • C.

      1925

    • D.

      1926

    Correct Answer
    B. 1921
    Explanation
    In 1921, Gandhiji got his head shaved, discarded his clothes, and settled for a loin cloth. This significant change in his appearance marked his commitment to simplicity and non-violence, which were the core principles of his philosophy and his way of life. By adopting a humble and minimalistic attire, Gandhiji aimed to connect with the masses and convey the message of equality and self-sufficiency. This transformation became a symbol of his dedication to the Indian independence movement and his unwavering pursuit of justice and freedom.

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  • 24. 

     Who worked a Private Secretary to Mahatma Gandhi?

    • A.

      Pyarelalji

    • B.

      Mahadev Desai

    • C.

      Kishorilal Mashruwalla

    • D.

      Sushila Nayyar

    Correct Answer
    B. Mahadev Desai
    Explanation
    Mahadev Desai worked as a Private Secretary to Mahatma Gandhi.

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  • 25. 

    Who in South Africa gave Gandhiji ‘Unto This Last’ to read which proved to be one of the most decisive books of his life?

    • A.

       John Holmes Haynes

    • B.

      H S Polak

    • C.

      Hermann Kallenbach

    • D.

      Louis Fischer

    Correct Answer
    B. H S Polak
    Explanation
    H S Polak is the correct answer because he was the person who gave Gandhiji the book 'Unto This Last' to read. This book had a significant impact on Gandhiji's life and played a crucial role in shaping his philosophy of nonviolence and social justice.

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  • 26. 

     Who described Gandhi’s march to Dandi in the following words? “Like the historic march of Ramchandra to Lanka, the march of Gandhi will be memorable”?

    • A.

      Motilal Nehru

    • B.

      Sarojini Naidu

    • C.

      Jawaharlal Nehru

    • D.

      Vallabhai Patel

    Correct Answer
    B. Sarojini Naidu
    Explanation
    Sarojini Naidu described Gandhi's march to Dandi in the following words: "Like the historic march of Ramchandra to Lanka, the march of Gandhi will be memorable."

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  • 27. 

    Gandhiji accorded very high priority to communal harmony in his programme of actions. At which place did he undertake his last fast for it on January 13, 1948?

    • A.

      Nasik

    • B.

      Delhi

    • C.

      Calcutta

    • D.

      Bombay

    Correct Answer
    B. Delhi
    Explanation
    Gandhiji undertook his last fast for communal harmony in Delhi on January 13, 1948. This demonstrates his commitment to promoting unity and peace among different religious communities. Delhi being the capital city of India, it was a significant location for Gandhiji to address the issue of communal tensions and strive for harmony.

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  • 28. 

    Which of the following did Gandhiji describes as his two lungs?

    • A.

      Ahimsa and peace

    • B.

      Ahimsa and truth

    • C.

      Truth and Peace

    • D.

      Hindu & Muslims

    Correct Answer
    B. Ahimsa and truth
    Explanation
    Gandhiji described ahimsa (non-violence) and truth as his two lungs. Ahimsa was a fundamental principle of his philosophy and he believed in resolving conflicts through peaceful means. Truth was also a core value for him, as he believed in the power of honesty and transparency in all aspects of life. These two principles were deeply interconnected and formed the foundation of Gandhiji's ideology and approach to social and political change.

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  • 29. 

    The differences with Gandhiji led Subhas Chandra Bose to resign the Presidentship of the India National Congress in 1939. Leaving the Congress he formed a new party called?

    • A.

       Indian National Party

    • B.

      Forward Bloc

    • C.

      Freedom Party

    • D.

      Freedom Bloc

    Correct Answer
    B. Forward Bloc
    Explanation
    Subhas Chandra Bose resigned from the Presidentship of the India National Congress in 1939 due to differences with Gandhiji. After leaving the Congress, he formed a new party called the Forward Bloc. This party was established with the aim of achieving complete independence for India and opposing British rule. Bose believed in a more militant approach and wanted to form a united front against colonial rule. The Forward Bloc played a significant role in the Indian independence movement and became an important platform for Bose's ideas and actions.

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  • 30. 

    What was the profession of  Gandhiji’s father?

    • A.

      Farmer

    • B.

      Diwan

    • C.

      Shop-keeper

    • D.

      Lawyer

    Correct Answer
    B. Diwan
    Explanation
    Gandhiji's father was a Diwan, which was a high-ranking administrative position in the British Indian government. As a Diwan, he was responsible for managing the finances and administration of a princely state. This profession was considered prestigious and required knowledge and expertise in governance and public administration. Gandhi's father's profession as a Diwan likely influenced his own political and social activism later in life.

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  • 31. 

    What was the name of Gandhi’s domestic help?

    • A.

      Titlidai

    • B.

      Rambhadai

    • C.

      Rainadai

    • D.

      Gauridai

    Correct Answer
    B. Rambhadai
    Explanation
    Rambhadai was the name of Gandhi's domestic help.

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  • 32. 

    Who inspired Gandhi with ‘ Ram Nam’ in his childhood?

    • A.

      Kasturba

    • B.

      Putlibai

    • C.

       Rambha Dai

    • D.

      Lakshmi Das

    Correct Answer
    C.  Rambha Dai
    Explanation
    Rambha Dai inspired Gandhi with 'Ram Nam' in his childhood.

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  • 33. 

     What was Gandhiji’s nickname in childhood?

    • A.

      Monu

    • B.

       Manu or Moniya

    • C.

      Sonu

    • D.

      Mahu

    Correct Answer
    B.  Manu or Moniya
    Explanation
    Gandhiji's nickname in childhood was Manu or Moniya.

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  • 34. 

    Which spelling did Gandhiji spell wrong as a child when the school inspector gave dictation to the class?

    • A.

      School

    • B.

      Kettle

    • C.

      Uniform

    • D.

      Umbrella

    Correct Answer
    B. Kettle
    Explanation
    As a child, Gandhiji spelled the word "Kettle" wrong when the school inspector gave dictation to the class.

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  • 35. 

    Where did Gandhiji receive his primary education?

    • A.

      Sudampuri

    • B.

      Bikaner

    • C.

      Porbander

    • D.

      Rajkot

    Correct Answer
    D. Rajkot
    Explanation
    Gandhiji received his primary education in Rajkot.

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  • 36. 

    Who asked Gandhiji to eat meat in order to become strong?

    • A.

      Sheikh Mehtab

    • B.

      Karsan Das

    • C.

      Lakshmi Das

    • D.

      Uka

    Correct Answer
    A. Sheikh Mehtab
    Explanation
    Sheikh Mehtab asked Gandhiji to eat meat in order to become strong.

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  • 37. 

    How old was Gandhiji when his father died?

    • A.

      15 years

    • B.

      16 years

    • C.

      17 years

    • D.

      18 years

    Correct Answer
    B. 16 years
    Explanation
    Gandhiji was 16 years old when his father died. This information is not explicitly mentioned in the question, but it is implied that the correct answer is 16 years.

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  • 38. 

     In which year did Gandhiji pass his matriculation in England ?

    • A.

      1889

    • B.

      1890

    • C.

      1891

    • D.

      1892

    Correct Answer
    C. 1891
    Explanation
    Gandhiji passed his matriculation in England in the year 1891.

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  • 39. 

    What were the vows taken up by Gandhiji before he left for England?

    • A.

      Not to take alcohol

    • B.

      Not  to eat meat

    • C.

      Not to eye other women

    • D.

      All the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All the above
    Explanation
    Gandhiji took the vows of not taking alcohol, not eating meat, and not eyeing other women before he left for England. These vows were important to him as they aligned with his principles of non-violence, self-discipline, and moral purity. By abstaining from alcohol and meat, he aimed to lead a simple and pure life. By not eyeing other women, he showed his commitment to celibacy and respect for women. Taking all these vows together reflects Gandhiji's strong determination to live a righteous and disciplined life.

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  • 40. 

    Which institution did Gandhiji join as a member during his stay  in England?

    • A.

      Vegetarian Society

    • B.

      Cricket Club

    • C.

      Church of England

    • D.

      Film Institution

    Correct Answer
    A. Vegetarian Society
    Explanation
    During his stay in England, Gandhiji joined the Vegetarian Society as a member. This was in line with his beliefs and practices of vegetarianism, which he followed throughout his life. Being a member of the Vegetarian Society allowed him to connect with like-minded individuals who shared his values and principles regarding non-violence and compassion towards all living beings. This association also influenced his future advocacy for vegetarianism and played a significant role in shaping his philosophy and principles.

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  • 41. 

    Which book influenced Gandhiji greatly, which he read in England?

    • A.

      Be Vegetarian

    • B.

      Vegetables are good for health

    • C.

      Plea  for Vegetarianism

    • D.

      Use of  Vegetables

    Correct Answer
    C. Plea  for Vegetarianism
    Explanation
    The book "Plea for Vegetarianism" influenced Gandhiji greatly, which he read in England.

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  • 42. 

    Who of the following desired to convert Gandhiji to Christianity in South Africa?

    • A.

      A. W. Baker

    • B.

      Mrs. MacDonald

    • C.

      William Godfrey

    • D.

      Spencer Walton

    Correct Answer
    A. A. W. Baker
    Explanation
    A. W. Baker desired to convert Gandhiji to Christianity in South Africa.

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  • 43. 

    Gandhiji, the hero of the satyagraha struggle of the Indians in South Africa, landed in Bombay on?

    • A.

      January 9, 1915

    • B.

      January 26, 1915

    • C.

      February 10, 1915

    • D.

      February 20, 1915

    Correct Answer
    A. January 9, 1915
    Explanation
    Gandhiji, the hero of the satyagraha struggle of the Indians in South Africa, landed in Bombay on January 9, 1915.

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  • 44. 

    Who advised Gandhiji to remain as an observer and student in the country for a year before taking part in Indian Politics?

    • A.

      B. G. Tilak

    • B.

      G. K. Gokhale

    • C.

      Anne Besant

    • D.

      Rabindranath Tagore

    Correct Answer
    C. Anne Besant
    Explanation
    Anne Besant advised Gandhiji to remain as an observer and student in the country for a year before taking part in Indian Politics.

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  • 45. 

    Identify the place from where Gandhiji started his recruiting campaign for the War on behalf of the British Government?

    • A.

      Surat

    • B.

      Ahmedabad

    • C.

      Kheda

    • D.

      Poona

    Correct Answer
    C. Kheda
    Explanation
    Gandhiji started his recruiting campaign for the War on behalf of the British Government from Kheda.

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  • 46. 

     In how many days was the 241 mile-journey from Sabarmati Ashram to Dandi covered on foot by Gandhi and his volunteers?  

    • A.

      20

    • B.

      24

    • C.

      28

    • D.

      30

    Correct Answer
    B. 24
    Explanation
    Gandhi and his volunteers covered the 241 mile-journey from Sabarmati Ashram to Dandi on foot in 24 days.

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  • 47. 

    Who acted as Gandhiji’s adviser at Second Round Table Conference?

    • A.

       G. D. Birla

    • B.

      Madan Mohan Malvia

    • C.

      Prabhashankar Pattani

    • D.

      Sarojini Naidu

    Correct Answer
    B. Madan Mohan Malvia
    Explanation
    Madan Mohan Malvia acted as Gandhiji's adviser at the Second Round Table Conference. He was a prominent Indian nationalist and politician who played a crucial role in the Indian independence movement. Malvia was known for his strong advocacy of Swaraj (self-rule) and his efforts to unite various political factions. He actively participated in the Round Table Conferences held in London between 1930 and 1932, representing the Indian National Congress. As Gandhiji's adviser, Malvia provided guidance and support during the negotiations and discussions at the conference, working towards India's independence from British rule.

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  • 48. 

     Whom was Gandhiji referring to when he talked about his political heir at the meeting of the A.I.C.C. held in Wardha on January 15, 1942?

    • A.

      Vallabhbhai Patel

    • B.

      Rajendra Prasad

    • C.

      Jawaharlal Nehru

    • D.

      Abdul Kalam Azad

    Correct Answer
    C. Jawaharlal Nehru
    Explanation
    Gandhiji was referring to Jawaharlal Nehru when he talked about his political heir at the meeting of the A.I.C.C. held in Wardha on January 15, 1942.

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  • 49. 

    Which of the following slogans is associated with the name of Gandhiji?

    • A.

      Do or Die

    • B.

      Jai Jawan Jai Kisan

    • C.

      Swaraj is my birth-right

    • D.

      Inquilab Zindabad

    Correct Answer
    A. Do or Die
    Explanation
    The slogan "Do or Die" is associated with the name of Gandhiji. This slogan was coined by Mahatma Gandhi during the Quit India Movement in 1942. It reflects his determination and commitment to the cause of Indian independence. Gandhi urged the people of India to either achieve freedom or face death in the struggle against British colonial rule. This slogan became a rallying cry for the movement and symbolized the spirit of sacrifice and nonviolent resistance promoted by Gandhiji.

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    What is the name of the building which served as Gandhi’s residence in Mumbai from 1917-1934?

    • A.

      Birla House

    • B.

      Bajaj House

    • C.

      Mani Bhavan

    • D.

      Congress House

    Correct Answer
    C. Mani Bhavan
    Explanation
    Mani Bhavan is the correct answer because it is the building in Mumbai where Gandhi resided from 1917 to 1934. Mani Bhavan served as Gandhi's headquarters during his struggle for Indian independence and is now a museum dedicated to his life and teachings. Birla House, Bajaj House, and Congress House are not associated with Gandhi's residence in Mumbai during that time period.

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