#1 What was the name of the Hall of worship constructed by Akbar?
The Ibādat Khāna (House of Worship) was a meeting house built in 1575 CE by the Mughal Emperor Akbar (r. 1556–1605) at Fatehpur Sikri to gather spiritual leaders of different religious grounds so as to conduct a discussion on the teachings of the respective religious leaders.
#2 Krishna Deva Raya was a contemporary of?
Krishnadeva Raya the (1509-1529) Vijaynagar emperor was contemporary of Mughal Emperor Babur (1526-1530). Babur tells him as a power full king in his auto biography. when the Mughal Emperor Babur was taking stock of the potentates of north India, Krishnadevaraya was rated the most powerful and had the most extensive empire in the subcontinent.
#3 The first muslim women who ruled northern India was?
Razia Sultana has been the only female Islamic ruler. The wealthy Bengal Sultanate has been ruled by the Hussain Shahi dynasty.
#4 The Sikh Military sect ‘the khalsa’ was introduced by?
Khalsa (Punjabi: “the pure”) refers to both a special group of initiated Sikh warriors, as well as a community that considers Sikhism as its faith. The Khalsa tradition was initiated in 1699 by the last living Guru of Sikhism, Guru Gobind Singh. Its formation was a key event in the history of Sikhism.
#5 Shivaji ceded the forts to the Mughals by the treaty of?
Treaty of Purander (1665) was signed between the Maratha Emperor Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and the Mughal military commander – Rajput Raja Jai Singh (on behalf of Emperor Aurangzeb) According to this Treaty: Shivaji ceded his forts to the Mughal and promised to provide imperial service of 5000 soldiers.