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Amit SAINI
UPSC CSE 2017 MAINS, SSC CGL 2012 selected , UPSC EPFO Interview 2017(IN THE FINAL RESERVE LIST ),RAS 2017 mains,SSC CPO 2015 selected, B.

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  6. Regarding the Justice party , Consider the following about the Justice party and its ideology. 1. It was established to ensure greater representation for non-Brahmins in Legislatures and end discrimination against untouchables. 2. Periyar E. V. Ramaswamy transformed the Justice Party into the social organisation Dravidar Kazhagam. 3. The party helped established the non-cooperation movement in South India with the support of C. Rajagopalachari. 4. The organization opposed Annie Besant and her Home rule movement. Select the correct answer using the codes below. a) 1 and 3 only b)2, 3 and 4 only c) 1,2 & 4 only d) 1, 2, 3 and 4


  7. Regarding the Justice party , Consider the following about the Justice party and its ideology. 1. It was established to ensure greater representation for non-Brahmins in Legislatures and end discrimination against untouchables. 2. Periyar E. V. Ramaswamy transformed the Justice Party into the social organisation Dravidar Kazhagam. 3. The party helped established the non-cooperation movement in South India with the support of C. Rajagopalachari. 4. The organization opposed Annie Besant and her Home rule movement Select the correct answer using the codes below. a) 1 and 3 only b) 2, 3 and 4 only c) 1,2 & 4 d) 1, 2, 3 and 4


  8. . Statement 3 and 4: It opposed Annie Besant and her Home rule movement, because it believed home rule would benefit the Brahmins. The party also campaigned against the non-cooperation movement in the presidency. It was at odds with M. K. Gandhi, primarily due to his praise for Brahminism


  9. The Justice Party, officially the South Indian Liberal Federation, was a political party in the Madras Presidency of British India. It was established in on November 20, 1916 in Victoria Memorial Hall in Madras by T. M. Nair and P. Theagaraya Chetty as a result of a series of non-Brahmin conferences and meetings in the presidency. Communal division between Brahmins and non-Brahmins began in the presidency during the late-19th and early-20th century, mainly due to caste prejudices and disproportionate Brahminical representation in government jobs. The Justice Party's foundation marked the culmination of several efforts to establish an organisation to represent the non-Brahmins in Madras and is seen as the start of the Dravidian Movement


  10. During its early years, the party was involved in petitioning the imperial administrative bodies and British politicians demanding more representation for non-Brahmins in government. When a diarchial system of administration was established due to the 1919 Montagu-Chelmsford reforms, the Justice Party took part in presidential governance. In 1920, it won the first direct elections in the residency and formed the government. For the next seventeen years, it ormed four out of the five ministries and was in power for thirteen years . It was the main political alternative to the nationalist Indian National Congress in Madras. After it lost to the Congress in the 1937 election, it never recovered. It came under the leadership of Periyar E. V. Ramaswamy and his Self-Respect Movement. In 1944, Periyar transformed the Justice Party into the social organisation Dravidar Kazhagam and withdrew it from electoral politics. A rebel faction that called itself the original Justice Party, survived to contest one final election, in 1952


  11. The Justice Party was isolated in contemporary Indian politics by its many controversial activities. It opposed Brahmins in civil service and politics, and this anti-Brahmin attitude shaped many of its ideas and policies. It opposed Annie Besant and her Home rule movement, because it believed home rule would benefit the Brahmins. The party also campaigned against the non-cooperation movement in the presidency. It was at odds with M. K. Gandhi primarily due to his praise for Brahminism. Its mistrust of the Brahmin-dominated Congress led it to adopt a hostile stance toward the Indian independence movement. The Justice Party's period in power is remembered for the introduction of caste-based reservations, and educational and religious reform


  12. . In opposition it is remembered for participating in the anti-Hindi agitations of 1937-40. The party had a role in creation ofAndhra and Annamalai universities and for developing the area around present-day Theagaroya Nagar in Madras city. The Justice Party and the Dravidar Kazhagam are the ideological predecessors of present-day Dravidian parties like the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and the All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, which have ruled Tamil Nadu (one of the successor states to Madras Presidency) continuously since 1967.


  13. This dominance was denounced bv the non-Brahmin leaders in the form of pamphlets and open letters written to the Madras Governor. The earliest examples of such pamphlets are the ones authored by the pseudonymous author calling himself "fair play" in 1895. By the second decade of the 20th century, the Brahmins of the presidency were themselves divided into three factions. These were the Mylapore faction comprising Chetpet Iyers and Vembakkam Iyengars, the Egmore faction led by the editor of The Hindu, Kasturi Ranga Iyengar and the Salem nationalists led by C. Rajagopalachari. A fourth non-Brahmin faction rose to compete with them and became the Justice party


  14. Newspaper Justice Dravidian Andhra Prakasika


  15. Consider the following with reference to the history of metallurgy in the Indian subcontinent. 1. Early gold and silver ornaments from the Indian subcontinent can be found from Indus Valley sites of Mohenjodaro. 2. The Rasaratnakara, ascribed to the Indian scientist Nagarjuna, describes the method of production of zinc. 3. The non-rusting iron pillar at Mahrauli is dated by inscription to the Gupta period 4. Wootz produced in India from the early Christian era was remarkable for low carbon use in the synthesis of steel metal Select the correct answer using the codes below. a) 1, 2 and 3 only b) 1, 2 and 4 only c) 1, 3 and 4 only d) 3 and 4 only


  16. Consider the following with reference to the history of metallurgy in the Indian subcontinent. 1. Early gold and silver ornaments from the Indian subcontinent can be found from Indus Valley sites of Mohenjodardo. 2. The Rasaratnakara, ascribed to the Indian scientist Nagarjuna, describes the method of production of zinc. 3. The non-rusting iron pillar at Mahrauli is dated by inscription to the Gupta period 4. Wootz produced in India from the early Christian era was remarkable for low carbon use in the synthesis of steel metal Select the correct answer using the codes below. a) 1, 2 and 3 only b) 1, 2 and 4 only c) 1, 3 and 4 only d) 3 and 4 only


  17. . Statement 2: An ingenious method was devised of downward distillation of the zinc vapour formed after smelting zinc ore. The text Rasaratnakara describes this technique of Zinc production. . Another remarkable artistic innovation by Indian metalworkers of the past was the use of zinc in making highly elegant bidri ware, an inlayed zinc alloy, which came into vogue under the Muslim rulers of the Bidar province in the Hyderabad region from about the 14th century.


  18. Statement 4: India has been reputed for its iron and steel since Greek and Roman times with the earliest reported finds of high- carbon steels in the world coming from the early Christian era 0 Wootz is the anglicized version of ukku in the languages of the states of Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh, a term denoting steel Studies on Wootz indicate that it was an ultra-high carbon steel with between 1-2% carbon and was believed to have been used to fashion Damascus blades with a watered steel pattern Literary accounts suggest that steel from the southern part of the Indian subcontinent was exported to Europe, China, the Arab world and the Middle East,


  19. Consider the following statements about Indian textiles. 1. Jamdani is a muslin weave which often uses cotton and gold thread 2. The art of producing "Chintz" was imported in Medieval India in asulipatnam from Europe Which of the above is/are correct? a) 1 only b) 2 only c) Both 1 and 2 d) None


  20. . Statement 1: Jamdani is a fine muslin on which decorative motifs are woven on the loom, typically in grey and white. Often a mixture of cotton and gold thread was used, as in the cloth in this picture. The most important centres of jamdani weaving were Dacca in Bengal and Lucknow in the United Provinces. . Statement 2: Chintz (fine cloth) with fine designs was produced in Masulipatnam, Andhra Pradesh, in the mid-nineteenth century. . Such types of chintz were produced for export to Iran and Europe. So, 2 is wrong


  21. An early reference to Indian origins of muslin is found in the book of Periplus of the Erythraean Sea and in the accounts of Arab, Chinese and Italian travelers and traders .Jamdani is a hand loom woven fabric made of cotton, which historically was referred to as muslin, Jamdani weaving tradition is of Bengali origin. It is one of the most time and labor-intensive forms of hand loom weaving. It is undoubtedly one of the varieties of finest muslin. It has been spoken of as the most artistic textile of the Bangladeshi weaver. Traditionally woven around Dhaka and created on the loom brocade, jamdani is fabulously rich in motifs


  22. . Chintz (from the plural of chint) was originally glazed calico textiles, initially specifically those imported from India, printed with designs featuring flowers and other patterns in different colours, typically on a light plain background. Since the 19th century the term has also been used for the style of floral decoration developed in those calico textiles, but then used more widely, for example on chintzware potter and wallpaper. Chintz designs are mostly European patterns loosely derived from the style of Indian designs themselves reflecting, via Mughal art, decorative traditions in Islamic art such as the arabesque, and especially the Safavid art of Persia . Unglazed calico was traditionally called "cretonne". The word calico is derived from the name of the Indian city Calicut (Kozhikkode in native Malayalam) to which it had a manufacturing association



  23. .Chintz was originally a woodblock printed, painted or stained calico produced in India from covers, quilts and draperies. Around 1600, Portuguese and Dutch traders were bringing examples of Indian chintz into Europe on a small scale, but the English and French merchants began sending large quantities. By 1680 more than a million pieces of chintz were being imported into England per year, and a similar quantity was going to Fr nce and the Dutch Republic. These early imports were probably mostly used for curtains, furnishing fabrics, and bed hangings and covers (Samuel Pepys bought a set for his wife). It has been suggested that wearing them as clothes began when thes were replaced and given to maidservants, who made them into dresses, and also that they were first worn as linings. and popular for bed . With imported chintz becoming so popular with Europeans during the late 17th century, French and English mills grew conc rned, as they could not make chintz. In 1686 the French declared a ban on all chintz imports. In 1720 England's Parliament enacted a law that forbade "the Use and Warings in Apparel of imported chintz, and also its use or Wear in or about any Bed, Chair, Cushion or other Household furniture"