Medieval  History MCQ

Medieval  History MCQ

Mohammad Ghori

Q 1. Consider the following statements with Mohammad Gauri  .

  1. Mohammad Ghori was a 12th-century Muslim ruler who founded the Ghurid Empire in what is now Afghanistan and Pakistan.
  2. He conquered much of northern India, including the city of Delhi, in the 12th century.

How many of the above statements are correct?

A. Only one pair

B. Only two

C. both

D. None

Ans – c

Explanation :

Mohammad Ghori was a 12th-century Muslim ruler who founded the Ghurid Empire in what is now Afghanistan and Pakistan. He conquered much of northern India, including the city of Delhi, in the 12th century.

Ghori was born in 1149 in Ghor, Afghanistan. He was the son of a Ghurid general named Bahram Shah. Ghori’s father was a devout Muslim, and Ghori himself was raised in a Muslim household. He received a good education, and he was trained in military matters.

In 1173, Ghori succeeded his father as the ruler of the Ghurid Empire. He immediately began to expand his empire. He conquered much of northern India, including the city of Delhi in 1192. Ghori’s conquest of Delhi marked the beginning of Muslim rule in India.

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