Quiz: How Much You Know About Battle of Saragarhi?

Questions : 12 | Total Attempts: 464 | Recent Updated: 25-Aug-2022
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According to the facts recorded in history, about 10,000 Afghan Pashtuns started attacking the Saragarhi post. Seeing such a large number of enemies coming toward him, Havildar Ishar Singh, the leader of the troops, ordered the signalman Gurmukh Singh to immediately inform the British officers posted at the nearby Fort Lockhart and ask for help with the situation. After receiving the signal, Colonel Houghton told to hold position and not to send aid immediately. After getting this information Ishar Singh decided that he would not leave this post till his death. Along with Ishar Singh, his soldiers also gave and decided to fight till their last breath. That's why watching it is counted among the 5 most important wars in the world. The statue of Sardar Ishwar Singh was unveiled in Britain, remembering the bravery of the war. Let's know more about the Battle of Saragarhi.

Questions Excerpt


1. The Battle of Saragarhi was fought under the leadership of which (British Indian) Sikh?

A. Havildar Ishar Singh

B. Gurmukh Singh

C. Chanda Singh

D. Guru Govind Singh

2. Which of the following warriors were involved in the battle of Saragarhi?

A. Gurmukh Singh

B. Chanda Singh

C. Lal Singh

D. All of the above

3. Which one of the following warriors was not involved in the battle of Saragarhi?

A. Bhola Singh

B. Daya Singh

C. Colonel Houghton

D. Narayan Singh

4. How many Sikh brave Warriors were involved in this battle?

A. 21

B. 22

C. 23

D. 24

5. To whom was the battle of Saragarhi fought?

A. Afghan-British India

B. Taliban-British India

C. Toork-British India

D. Mongolia-British India

6. On this day Sikh Regiment in India has declared it as...

A. Regimental Battle Honors Day

B. Battle of Saragarhi day

C. Bravery of Sikh day

D. All of these

7. All 21 Sikhs who proved bravery were posthumously given the highest award for bravery by the British Empire?

A. Shaurya Chakra

B. Ashok Chakra

C. Param Vir Chakra

D. Indian Order of Merit

8. When was the Battle of Saragarhi was fought?

A. 12 September 1857

B. 12 September 1887

C. 12 September 1897

D. 12 September 1999

9. Which of the following name of the group?

A. 38th Sikh Regiment

B. 30th Hind Regiment

C. 36th Sikh Regiment

D. 21th Gorkha Regiment

10. Which of the following purpose of having the Saragarhi post in between the two forts?

A. To be able to send heliographic signal communications between the two forts

B. To be able to send telegraphic communications between the two forts

C. To enable communication

D. To capture the all Indian ports

11. Who was the last Sikh warrior in this war?

A. Bhola Singh

B. Daya Singh

C. Colonel Houghton

D. Gurmukh Singh

12. In which country is the place where the battle of Saragarhi was fought?

A. Current Nepal

B. Current Pakistan

C. Current Myanmar

D. Current India


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