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Online GK Test in Gujarati for History of Gujarat. You can check your general knowledge about Gujarat history from this article. We have prepared the Gujarat GK online quiz to practice the history of Gujarat in the Gujarati language. Aspirants can find the MCQ (Multiple choice questions) in the Gujarat history test. Keep visiting GujaratRojgar.In for more quiz, study material and jobs updates.

The questions related to the history of the Gujarat state are given in this article. For all job seekers, every competitive test and exam is important to get a better result. Here are the Gujarat State History questions in Gujarati which are repeated in the previous general competition exam in the state. 



The Land of the Legends stands bordered by Pakistan and Rajasthan in the north east, Madhya Pradesh in the east, and Maharashtra and the Union territories of Diu, Daman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli in the south. The Arabian Sea borders the state both to the west and the south-west.

The State took its name from the Gujjars, who ruled the area during the 700’s and 800’s. Stone Age settlements around Sabarmati and Mahi rivers indicate the same time as that of the Indus Valley Civilization while Harappan centres are also found at Lothal, Rampur, Amri and other places.

Rock Inscriptions in the Girnar Hills show that the Maurya Emperor Ashoka extended his domain into Gujarat in about 250 BC. With its fall, the control of the region came under the Sakas or Scythians.

Rock Inscriptions in the Girnar Hills show that the Maurya Emperor Ashoka extended his domain into Gujarat in about 250 BC. With its fall, the control of the region came under the Sakas or Scythians.

During the 900’s the Solanki Dynasty came to power and Gujarat reached it’s the greatest extent.

Then followed a long period of Muslim rule. Ahmed I, the first independent Muslim ruler of Gujarat, found Ahmedabad in 1411. The Mughal Emperor Akbar conquered Malwa and Gujarat in 1570’s.

The British East India Company set its first footsteps in Surat in 1818 and the State came in control of their rule.

Gujarat was divided into princely states. After the Indian Independence in 1947, all of the Gujarat except Saurashtra and Kutchh became part of Bombay State until May 1, 1960, when the Government split Bombay state into the States of Maharashtra & Gujarat

Ahmedabad became the chief city of the new State and housed the State Government Offices. They remained there until they were transferred to Gandhinagar in 1970.

 

Subject : Gujarat No itihas 

Total Marks : 20

Total Questions : 20 


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