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In 1930, Mahatma Gandhi started the Civil Disobedience Movement from which place?
Which one of the following began with the Dandi March?
Home Rule Movement
Civil Disobedience Movement
Quit India Movement
Who of the following organized a march on the Tanjore coast to break the Salt Law in April 1930?
V. O. Chidambaram Pillai
In which prison was Mahatma Gandhi kept during the Civil disobedience movement?
Yerawada Jail, Pune
Madras Central Jail, Chennai
Naini Central Jail, Uttar Pradesh
Hijli Jail, West Bengal
How many days did Mahatma Gandhi take to complete the Dandi March?
What was the main cause of Civil disobedience movement, 1930?
Protest against British monopoly on salt
Compulsion of opium farming
Low labour wages
Compulsion of indigo farming
Who among the following was one of the women known for persuading Gandhi Ji for the participation of women in the salt satyagraha movement ?
What was the approximate distance that Mahatma Gandhi march for the Salt Satyagraha movement?
Salt production was moved away from India due which reason?
England’s comparative advantage at salt production
special interest groups and lobbyists in England
both a. and b.
As a result of the high taxes in India on salt:
the amount of salt smuggled into India increased
the amount of salt smuggled into India decreased
the amount of salt smuggled into India neither increased nor decreased
As a result of the high taxes and export restrictions on Indian salt production resulted in:
higher prices on salt in India
lower quality salt in India
both a. and b.
From 1765 to 1773, the British put taxes on items that made the colonists very angry. What was things the British put a tax on that made the colonists angry?
When was the Boston Tea Party held?
Who among the following participated in the salt satyagraha movement?
Rajkumari Amrit Kaur
All of the above
What does satyagraha mean? Choose one from the following options.
‘Satyagraha’ means use of physical force to inflict pain while fighting.
‘Satyagraha’ does not inflict pain, it is a : non-violent method of fighting against oppression.
‘Satyagraha’ means passive resistance and is a weapon of the weak.
‘Satyagraha’ was a racist method of mass agitation.
The Salt March was also called ________________ because all the people were joining the procession wearing white Khadi.
White flowing river
Who organized the Boston Tea Party?
The Fathers of Liberty
The Protests for Liberty
The Brothers of Liberty
The Sons of Liberty
Who was King at the time of the Boston Tea Party?
When was Gandhiji arrested during the civil disobedience movement?
Which one of the following people was involved in the Boston Tea Party?
Name of the wild variety of tea which was brought by Chinese traveler to India (Assam)
The experimental cultivation of tea started in which year?
Which country is the largest importer of tea?
Which tea leaves are plucked at the two leaves and a bud stage as depicted in the image?
Name the tea processing stage depicted here:
Pu-Erh is the traditional tea of which country?
Which tea is a shade grown tea (plants covered for 20-30 days by farmers)?
Which country is the major producer of tea?
Which type of tea is produced in Sri Lanka?
Which of these is not a herbal tea?
Following image is an example of which type of Intellectual Property Right (IPR)?
Which stage of tea processing is depicted in the following image?
The 4 main types of tea (oolong, white, green & black)…
Come from four different plants
Come from four different parts of one plant
Come from one plant but are processed differently
Are all caffeine-free
Tea leaves that are prepared by steaming and heating are....
White tea leaves
Black tea leaves
Herbal tea leaves
Green tea leaves
Darjeeling and oolong blend brewed at a high altitude is called:
high altitude tea