World History Notes by Nitin Sangwan

World History Notes by Nitin Sangwan

World History Notes by Nitin Sangwan

Hello friends,

World History Notes by Nitin Sangwan:- World History Notes for UPSC PDF in Hindi and English for free download. Coaching Class Notes and Book on the world history useful for UPSC IAS Civil Services, RPSC, LIC, DSSSB, DDA, SSC CGL and other Competitive exams. Nitin Sangwan is UPSC Toper. He wrote special study notes on Culture, Indian History, India After Independence, Geography, World History, Environment and Ecology, Economy and Science, and Tech & Internal Security topics. Today we bring all the above complete study notes PDF of Nitin Sangwan.

UPSC World History Notes PDF World History optional notes UPSC, World History for UPSC pdf, free World History textbook, World History textbook pdf, World History UPSC notes pdf, World History notes for UPSC prelims pdf, World History notes for UPSC pdf, NCERT World History for UPSC pdf. Download Geography Notes geography notes for BPSC, books for World History optional UPSC, World History for UPSC prelims pdf, Nitin Sangwan World History PDF Notes download free. English World History for UPSC free PDF.

If you are a UPSC aspirant, you much read the above study notes of Nitin Sangwan. It will really help you to score good marks in interviews as well. We will soon add all notes on the Hindi language as well in a short period of time. Thank you for downloading Nitin Sangwan Notes PDF. Further, if you have any query then do comment below.

More PDF Download :-

World History General Knowledge Questions and Answers

Q.1 Rivers Tigris and Euphrates are associated with?
(A) Mesopotamian Civilization
(B) Egyptian Civilization
(C) Harappan Civilization
(D) Chinese Civilization
Ans . A
Basic General GK Questions Part: D

Q.2 Which is considered as the oldest civilization of the world?
(A)Mesopotamian Civilization
(B)Egyptian Civilization
(C)Harappan Civilization
(D)Chinese Civilization
Ans . A
Q.3 Which among following is called “Gift of the Nile”?
Ans . D

Q.4 Who is considered as the master of Greek comedy?
Ans . C

Q.5 When ancient Olympic games first held?
(A)776 BC
(B)780 BC
(C)790 BC
(D)800 BC
Ans . A

Q.6 Who is known as the father of Modern Medicine?
Ans . C

Q.7 Who is known as the father of Modern Medicine?
Ans . C

Q.8 Which was not a Roman Philosopher?
Ans . D

Q.9 Who was among the famous Roman poets?
Ans . C

Q.10 Marco Polo, the Venetian traveler, traveled from Venice to China and Japan in:
(A)1285 – 90
(B)1288 – 93
(C)1290 – 96
(D)1295 – 1301
Ans . B

Polity PDF Notes

World History General Knowledge Questions

Q.11 In which year Bartholomew Diaz reached Cape of Good Hope?
Ans . B

Q.12 Vasco da Gama reached in India in the year?
Ans . D

Q.13 Who was the first to sail around the world?
(A)Francis Drake
(D)Vasco da Gama
Ans . C

Q.14 America was discovered in?
Ans . B

Q.15 Brazil was discovered in?
Ans . A

Q.16 Who discovered the North Pole?
(A)Captain James
(D)Robert Peary
Ans . D

Q.17 Magna Carta or The Great Charter was signed in
Ans . B

Q.18 Habeas Corpus Act was passed in?
Ans . A

Q.19 “Boston Tea Party” incident happened in?
Ans . D

Q.20 In which year American Revolution started?
Ans . B

History PDF Notes

World History General Knowledge Questions

Q.1 The father of History:

Answer: Herodotus.

Q.2 The period of unrecorded history is known as:

Answer: Pre Historic Age.

Q.3 The Chinese ruler who built the Great Wall of China:

Answer: Qin Shi Huang.

Q.4 The dynasty which ruled China for nearly 400 years?

Answer: Han.

Q.5 A religious leader and philosopher who lived in China about 500 B.C:

Answer: Confucius.

Q.6 The ancient people who invented Seismograph?

Answer: The Chinese.

Q.7 most powerful leader in Persia in the 6lh century B.C:

Answer: Cyrus.

Q.8 The founder of the religion. Zoroastrianism:

Answer: Zoroaster.

Q.9 The God of the Parsees was called:

Answer: Ahura Mazda.

Q.10 The most famous Greek poet:

Answer: Homer.

Q.11 The most important Epics of the Greeks:

Answer: The Iliad and the Odyssey.

Q.12 What were the two most important city states in ancient Greece?

Answer: Athens and Sparta.

Q.13 What is meant by oligarchy?

Answer: The rule by a few rich men.

Q.14 The most famous ruler of ancient Athens:

Answer: Pericles.

Q.15 The great Greek woman who sang on the beauty of love and nature:

Answer: Sappho.

Q.16 A great lyric poet who wrote poems to honour the victorious Greek athletes?

Answer: Pindar.

Q.17 The founder of tragedy dramas:

Answer: Aeschylus.

Q.18 The greatest of the Greek tragedians:

Answer: Sophocles.

Q.19 The most famous philosophers of ancient Greece:

Answer: Socrates, Plato and Aristotle.

Q.20 The most famous student of Socrates:

Answer: Plato.

World History Quiz Questions and Answers

Q.1 Who became the Head of Rome after the assassination of Julius Caesar?

Answer: Octavian (Augustus Caesar).

Q.2 The Egyptian beauty Queen who fell in love with Mark Antony:

Answer: Cleopatra.

Q.3 “The Book of Kings” was written by whom?

Answer: Ferdowsi.

Q.4 A treatise on small-pox and measles was written by:

Answer: Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Raz.

Q.5 Which country came to be called “the nest of singing birds”?

Answer: England.

Q.6 Who said the following famous words “I Came, I Saw, I Conquered’?

Answer: Julius Caesar.

Q.7 The reigning period of Julius Caesar:

Answer: 100 B.C to 44 B.C.

Q.8 For what are the caves of Lascaux in France famous?

Answer: Prehistoric cave paintings.

Q.9 He was King of the Huns from Asia who defeated the Roman Emperor Theodosius and entered Gaul – but was defeated in A.D. 451 near Châlons-sur-Marne. Who was he?

Answer: Attila.

Q.10 Complete the sequence of Roman Emperors; Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, _____Who?

Answer: Nero.

Q.11 Which Roman Emperor issued the Edict of Milan and ended the persecution of Christians. He probably, in later life became a Christian himself?

Answer: Emperor Constantine.

Q.12 In 334 B.C he began a march which extended the Greek Empire from Egypt to India. Who was he?

Answer: Alexander the Great.

Q.13 The Romans who invaded what is now called Scotland in A.D. 80 called the people Picts. What did they call the country?

Answer: Caledonia.

Q.14 Emperor Claudius was responsible for the subjugation of Britain, Who led the Britain’s and was defeated by Claudius at the battle of the Midway in A.D. 43 was captured and later freed in Rome?

Answer: Caratacus.

Q.15 Rome was the capital of the Roman Empire. Of what ancient empire was Persepolis, the ceremonial centre?

Answer: The Persian Empire.

GK Notes PDF

World History Quiz Questions and Answers

Q 1. The Greek scientist who described the human brain in detail?

Answer: Herophilos.

Q 2. Who calculated the circumference of the earth?

Answer: Eratosthenes.

Q 3. The best example of Greek architecture:

Answer: Athena Parthenos.

Q 4. The best known sculptors of ancient Greece:

Answer: Myron & Phidias.

Q 5 The founders of Republicanism:

Answer: The Romans.

Q 6. The legendary hero of Troy:

Answer: Aeneas.

Q 7. The most famous ancient Roman orator:

Answer: Cicero.

Q 8. The philosopher Emperor of Rome:

Answer: Marcus Aurelius.

Q 9. Who wrote a treatise that contained information on surgery?

Answer: Celsus.

Q 10. The capital of ancient Hebrews:

Answer: Jerusalem.

Q 11. The holy city to Judaism, Christianity and Islam:

Answer: Jerusalem.

Q 12. The basic doctrine of Judaism is the belief in one God known as:

Answer: Jehovah.

Q 13. Who came to be known as the great Messiah?

Answer: Jesus.

Q 14. The Roman Governor of Palestine who sentenced Jesus to death on cross?

Answer: Pontius Pilate.

Q 15. The place where Muhammad, the last prophet of Islam, was born?

Answer: Mecca in Arabia.

Q 16. The wife of Muhammad is known by name:

Answer: Khadījah.

Q 17. The more prominent of early cultures in south America:

Answer: The Chavín culture.

Q 18. The language of the Aztecs:

Answer: Nahuatl.

Q 19. Who were the savage type of people who built artificial islands in the lake of Mexico?

Answer: The Aztecs.

Q 20. What was the name given to the floating gardens made by the Aztecs?

Answer: Chinampas.

Geography PDF Notes

World History Quiz Questions and Answers

Q.1 The most important leader of the Mongols:

Answer: Genghis Khan.

Q. 2 The countries where the civilization of the Incas flourished?

Answer: Equator, Peru, Chile.

Q.3 One of the largest buildings of the Incas:

Answer: Temple of the Sun in Cusco.

Q.4 The capital of the Inca empire:

Answer: Cusco.

Q.5 One of the Inca cities which was situated at a height of nearly 3500 metres?

Answer: Machu Picchu.

Q.6 The most famous king of Mali in Africa:

Answer: Musa I of Mali.

Q.7 The Moroccan scholar who lived in the middle of the 14th century?

Answer: Ibn Battuta.

Q.8 What is ‘Swahili’?

Answer: Swahili is an Arabic word that means ‘of the coast’.

Q.9 What does the word Barbarian mean?

Answer: Uncivilized.

Q.10 Who was known as the father of English Poetry?

Answer: Geoffrey Chaucer.

Q.11 What are the two famous universities in England?

Answer: Oxford and Cambridge.

Q.12 The number of labourers worked for the construction of the greatest pyramid, Khufu:

Answer: 3,00,000 men worked for 20 years to complete the work.

Q.13 The Persian ruler who occupied the North Western Part of India in the 6th century B.C?

Answer: Darius I.

Q.14 The Arab centre of veneration in Mecca:

Answer: Kaaba.

Q.15 What was the name given to the oldest art flower arrangement of the Japanese?

Answer: Ikebana.

Q.16 What names were given to the political parties in England in olden days?

Answer: Whigs and Tories.

Q.17 Which is the coldest place in the world?

Answer: Vostok (Antarctica).

Q.18 “The Queen of Mediterranean Sea”:

Answer: Carthage.

Q.19 The historic Commander-in-Chief of Carthage in the punic wars:

Answer: Hannibal.

Q.20 The year in which Julius Caesar was murdered by Brutus:

Answer: B.C. 44.

World History Quiz Questions and Answers

Q.1 Although the Inca civilization created a vast empire in Peru, they lacked basic skills and knowledge without which European civilization could not have advanced. Two of these were writing and the use of iron. What notable invention was also unknown to the Incas?

Answer: The wheel.

Q.2 What sea was referred to as “Mare Nostrum” by the Romans?

Answer: The Mediterranean.

Q.3 To whom is attributed the construction of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon?

Answer: Nebuchadnezzar II.

Q.4 Who was the Roman gladiator who headed the third revolt of slaves against Rome in 73-71 BC? He was eventually killed?

Answer: Spartacus.

Q.5 Mesopotamia was the region where one of the world’s oldest civilizations flourished. What was the script used by the ancient Mesopotamians?

Answer: Cuneiform.

World History Quiz Questions and Answers Part 5 (Quiz 81-100)

Q.6 One of the seven wonders of ancient world was situated in Egypt. Name that monument:

Answer: Pyramid.

Q.7 On account of the widespread damage caused by annual floods, one of the major rivers in China is often called “China’s sorrow”. Name that river:

Answer: Huang He.

Q.8 Among all the ancient civilizations, the Egyptian civilization was considered to be the most advanced one. What was the title assumed by their kings?

Answer: Pharaoh.

Q.9 According to the Greek Legends the ancient Olympic Games were organised to worship one particular god. Who was that God?

Answer: Zeus.

Q.10 Which country will always be in the front line of Olympic march past?

Answer: Greece.

Q.11 Unable to bear up the opposition of his enemies, prophet Muhammad fled from Mecca to Medina. What is this event known as?

Answer: Hijra.

Q.12 What was built from the Tyne to the solway in A.D. 122-126 as the northern border of Roman Britain?

Answer: Hadrian’s Wall.

Q.13 Which Italian city was buried, along with Herculaneum, when Vesuvius erupted in AD. 79?

Answer: Pompeii.

Q.14 The Neanderthal men lived in the:

Answer: Paleolithic age.

Q.15 Neandertal Valley is in:

Answer: Germany.

Q.16 Which was-the dwelling place of the Neanderthal men?

Answer: Caves.

Q.17 Cro-Magnon is in:

Answer: France.

Q.18 What was the chief occupation of the old stone age men?

Answer: Food gathering.

Q.19 The only South East Asian country never taken over by a European power:

Answer: Thailand.

Q.20 The first human type lived in the old stone age is called:

Answer: Neanderthal.

Q.21 The second stage in human development is the:

Answer: Cro-Magnon period.

Q.22 New stone age is also called:

Answer: Neolithic.

Q.23 The early man domesticated animals for the purpose of:

Answer: Agriculture.

Q.24 Copper was the first metal discovered and used. Which was the first country to use it?

Answer: Egypt.

Q.25 The period in which bronze was discovered and used for making implements is known as:

Answer: Bronze Age.

More Related PDF Download:-



English NotesCLICK HERE
Reasoning NotesCLICK HERE
Indian Polity NotesCLICK HERE
General KnowledgeCLICK HERE
General Science Notes

Topic Related PDF Download:-

Download pdf

This post is dedicated to downloading our WEBSITE for free PDFs, which are the latest exam pattern-based pdfs for RRB JE, SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, RRB NTPC, etc. it helps in performing your all-rounder performance in the exam. Thank You

Here you can also check and follow our Facebook Page (pdf exam) and our Facebook Group. Please share, comment, and like Our posts on Facebook! Thanks to Visit our Website and keep Follow our Site to know our New Updates which are Useful for Your future Competitive Exams.

Please Support us By Joining the Below Groups And Like Our Pages We Will be very thankful to you.

Facebook Page:

TEGS:-nitin sangwan notes post independence pdf,post independence nitin sangwan notes,world history vision ias notes,nitin sangwan art and culture handwritten notes,nitin sangwan sociology notes,nitin sangwan notes post independence india in hindi,nitin sangwan notes in hindi pdf,post independence india nitin sangwan notes price