Why did Aurangzeb ban the playing of pungi in the royal palace?
  • a)
    it was played only by the Hindus             
  • b)
    it was an ill-omened instrument
  • c)
    he did not like its unpleasant tone           
  • d)
    none of these
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

Class 9 Question

By Gautam Juneja · Sep 24, 2019 ·Class 9
11 Answers
Ñíshú Príyã answered 4 weeks ago
Because he did not like its unpleasant tone...(option C)

Navraj Singh 11th E2 answered 1 week ago
Option C is the correct answer.

Akanksha Verma answered 3 weeks ago
C is the correct option

Riya Shah answered 3 weeks ago
Option c is correct
pungi produced a shrill sound which was hurting to the ear

Yathartha answered 4 weeks ago
Correct answer is A because it was having an bad tone

Ujjwal Das answered 2 weeks ago
It was played by hindus

Chitrank Agrawal answered 2 weeks ago
Because he didn't liked the unpleasant tone of it

Chirag Gupta answered Sep 24, 2019
it was played only by the Hindus 

Deepak Bhai answered 1 week ago
Answer is "C"

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