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 According to Hindu mythology, what was created when Vayudev broke the top of Mount Meru?
The Island of Lanka
 This Yogic Siddhi helps the sadhaka to see things or  events happening at any place in all the three worlds. This power...
Doordarshan
 In Hindu Mythology, What do the following guard. Kubera, Yama, Indra, Varuna, Ishana, Agni, Vayu, Nirruti, Vishnu and B...
The Ten Directions
 The Sanskrit name for this syllable is “Pranava”, from a  syllable root nu “to shout, sound praise”, verbal pra-nu  bein...
OM
 Lkhaon, a Cambodian  dance form draws much  of it repertoire from a  Cambodian epic called  Reamker which in turn is  a ...
Ramayan
In Hindu mythology, X is regarded as the mother of all cows. She is not worshipped independently as such, and temples are...
Kamdhenu
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  1. 1. > 6 questions> Direct : +10 / no negatives> Pass: +10 / no negatives> pounce: +10 /-10
  2. 2.  According to Hindu mythology, what was created when Vayudev broke the top of Mount Meru?
  3. 3. The Island of Lanka
  4. 4.  This Yogic Siddhi helps the sadhaka to see things or events happening at any place in all the three worlds. This power was used by Sanjay to explain the happenings of Kurukshetra to Dhritrashtra. Name the Siddhi.
  5. 5. Doordarshan
  6. 6.  In Hindu Mythology, What do the following guard. Kubera, Yama, Indra, Varuna, Ishana, Agni, Vayu, Nirruti, Vishnu and Brahma.
  7. 7. The Ten Directions
  8. 8.  The Sanskrit name for this syllable is “Pranava”, from a syllable root nu “to shout, sound praise”, verbal pra-nu being attested as “to make a humming or droning sound”. The Mandukya Upanishnad is entirely devoted to explanation of the syllable. Which syllable?
  9. 9. OM
  10. 10.  Lkhaon, a Cambodian dance form draws much of it repertoire from a Cambodian epic called Reamker which in turn is a variation of another more older epic poem. Name the original poem.
  11. 11. Ramayan
  12. 12. In Hindu mythology, X is regarded as the mother of all cows. She is not worshipped independently as such, and temples are not dedicated to her alone ; rather she is honoured by veneration of cows in general.
  13. 13. Kamdhenu

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