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  • What decision was taken by the British Empire in India in 1835 that has its effects felt to this day?
    What decision was taken by the British Empire in India in 1835 that has its effects felt to this day?
    English Language was formally introduced into the Indian constituency by T.B. Macaulay, in the Minutes of 1835. He mentioned the importance of learning in English Language by the native of India in his Minutes. He said there were primarily two objectives of learning in English Language. First was to create a class of natives who despite their race, would be English in culture and be able to interpret between the rulers and the subjects. The second reason he gave was to create a demand for the European institutions. Although both the objectives were designed to serve the interest of the Masters, not of the subjects, but it provided the framework of formal English education to India which to a large extent is followed even today.

  • Which five states did Native Americans cross during the Trail of Tears?
    Which five states did Native Americans cross during the Trail of Tears?
    Correct answer to the question - option A and D The Native Americans crossed North Carolina, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee and Oklahoma during the Trail of Tears. The Native Americans were forced to move from their homelands in the Southern United States by the United States Government, after the Congress passed the Indian Removal Act in 1830. They were forced to move to Indian Territory in Oklahoma. The trail of Tears began with the removal of the Choctaw in 1831 and ended with the removal of the Cherokee in 1838. The Native Americans didn’t cross South Carolina, California, Texas, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Maine, New York or New Jersey.

  • How many World Heritage Sites are there in India
    How many World Heritage Sites are there in India
    35 as per latest data available on wikipedia in 2016 nalANDA, kanchenjunga park sikkim and le corbusier chandigarh added to the list

  • Why did Andrew Jackson want to expand the United States?
    Why did Andrew Jackson want to expand the United States?
    The industrial revolution changed people’s lives in numerous ways. New factories resulted in new jobs for many. People were encouraged to move into different areas to get work at these factories. No longer were people tied to their own plot of land for farming and survival. As more people moved into new areas of America, the Native Americans were gradually forced from their lands. Andrew Jackson responded, in part, to pressure from settlers who were hoping to move into parts of the South. Areas of this land were occupied by the Native Americans and the settlers appealed to Jackson for help. He signed over seventy removal acts to expand the country and to remove the Native Americans.

  • To which God did Kabir worshipped?
    To which God did Kabir worshipped?
    The answer to this question is C. Kabir is known to be an Indian saint who also happens to be a poet. There are a lot of scholars who have already analyzed his writings and it is obvious that he always talked about a formless god. It is said that he called the god that he believes in, in different names. For example, unlike other people who believe that Allah and God are different, he has stated that they are the same but the names are just different depending on where the person has grown up. One of the things that he always said is to have a love for all and to have respect for people’s different views and beliefs.

  • When Shivaji was born?
    When Shivaji was born?
    A)19 th february 1630 b) 18th august 1730 c) 19 th october 1630 d) 18th february 1730 Ans: 19 th february 1630

  • What was the main metal used by the Indus Valley people?
    What was the main metal used by the Indus Valley people?
    Copper

  • Which God did Kabir worship?
    Which God did Kabir worship?
    Substanceless

  • What was the Trail of Tears?
    What was the Trail of Tears?
    A journey where all Indians were taken from there homes and forced to walk to a new location.

  • What was the name of the annexation policy brought about by Lord Dalhousie, the Governor General of India (1848-1856) that allowed the East Indian Company to wrest control of any princely state...
    What was the name of the annexation policy brought about by Lord Dalhousie, the Governor General of India (1848-1856) that allowed the East Indian Company to wrest control of any princely state...
    Doctrine of LapseAt the time of its adoption, the East India Company had absolute, imperial administrative jurisdiction over many regions spread over the subcontinent. The company took over the princely states of Satara (1848), Jaitpur and Sambalpur (1849), Nagpur and Jhansi (1854), Tanjore and Arcot (1855), Udaipur and Awadh (1856) using this doctrine.

  • How many Cherokees died on the Trail of Tears?
    How many Cherokees died on the Trail of Tears?
    4,000