HistoryMatch column I with column II.Matrix: Column I Column II(a)Ulama(i)Religious leader(b)Khalifa(ii)Afghanistan(c)A 14th century chronicler(iii)Learned theologian(d)Mahmud of Ghazni(iv)Ziauddin Barani

Match column I with column II.


Matrix:


 

Column I

 

Column II

(a)

Ulama

(i)

Religious leader

(b)

Khalifa

(ii)

Afghanistan

(c)

A 14th century chronicler

(iii)

Learned theologian

(d)

Mahmud of Ghazni

(iv)

Ziauddin Barani


  1. A
    a-iii; b-i; c-iv: d-ii
  2. B
    a-ii; b-ii; c-i :d-iv
  3. C
    a-ii; b-i; c-iii: d-iv
  4. D
    a-iii; b-iv; c-ii: d-i 

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    Solution:

    Ulamas
    Ulama is the term used to refer to learned theologians and jurists.
    Khalifa
    Khalifa means religious leader. One of the prominent branches of Muslims – the Sunnis, accepts the authority of the early and succeeding Khalifas.
    A 14th-Century chronicle
    Ziauddin Barani was a 14th-century chronicler who wrote his first chronicle in 1356. His second chronicle after two years of his first one. Historians learned about his first chronicle in the 1960s because it was lost in large library collections.
    Mahmud of Ghazni
    Ghazni is a place in Afghanistan. Mahmud was the ruler of Ghazni. He was attracted by the wealth of India and attacked India 17 times.
     
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