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Modern India- Questions & Answers - 68

1801.“After hearing him we feel how foolish it is to send missionaries to this learned nation”- New York Herald in 1893 made this remark while mentioning about: 
Swami Vivekananda

1802.“Christianity wins its prosperity by cutting throats of its fellow men”- Who said this? Vivekananda

1803.“Forget not that the lower classes, the ignorant, the poor, the illiterate, the cobbler, the sweeper are thy flesh and blood, thy brothers” – These words are related to : 
Swami Vivekananda

1804.“God is of no use to the hungry belly’- Whose words are these? 
Ram Krishna Paramhansa

1805.“Hindus and Muslims form one nation in India. They are two eyes of India, injure one and you injure the other”-Whose thoughts were these?
Syed Ahmed Khan

1806. In which Jail Gandhiji started the writing of his autobiography? 

1807. In which jail Gandhiji was imprisoned when he was arrested for salt satyagraha? 

1808. In which jail the assassins of Gandhiji were executed?

1809. In which journal, the autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi was published for the first time?

1810. In which language ‘Rast Goftar’ published?

1811. In which language Gandhiji started the publication of ‘Navjeevan’?

1812. “I, therefore, want freedom immediately, this very night, before dawn, if it can be had” –Whose words are these? 
Mahatma Gandhi

1813.“The light has gone out, Darkness everywhere” who made this statement when Gandhiji was assassinated?
Jawaharlal Nehru

1814.“The systematic exclusion of Indians from official employment of a superior character was an anti-Indian policy which was a national factor of great importance”- The comment related to the Revolt of 1857 was made by: 

1815.“The weighing scales in the merchant’s hands changed into the imperial sceptre”-Who made this statement about British colonialism?
Rabindranath Tagore

1816.The Sapru Commission of 1935 related to: 

1817. The seat of Gaekwad was: 

1818. The seat of Holkar was: 

1819.The seat of the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan: 

1820. The Second Anglo Mysore war was fought during the Governor-Generalship of: 
Warren Hastings

1821. The Second Anglo-Burmese war was fought during the period of:

1822.The second last Viceroy of British India: 

1823. The second session of the All India Kisan Sabha held in Faizpur was presided over by: N.G.Ranga

1824. The Secretary of State for India during the British rule was: 
A British Minister gave the full control over the Government of India

1825. The Secretary of State’s Council of India was abolished by: 
Govt. of India Act,1935

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