2. Which Indian ruler was a so impressed by the French Revolution that he even became a member of the Jacobin Club?
3. Who did General Hugh Rose refer to, after the Revolt of 1857, as “the only man among the rebels”?
4. The name of which Indian deity has made its way into the English language and has come to mean “a massive inexorable force or object that crushes whatever is in its path”?
5. How do we better know Mihr-un-nisa in Indian history?
4.Lord Jaggannath of Puri. The word is Juggernaut