Quizzine Gen. Quiz11th November 2012Powered by: Quiztree
Elimination Round• Written Round.• No negatives, so feel free to guess.• *ed Questions• Top 6 teams in this round will proceed to the FINAL QUIZ.
Q1• According to popular legend, when the Gods and demons churned the ocean for Amrita or nectar, Dhanvantari (the physician of the Gods and an incarnation of Vishnu) emerged carrying a jar of the elixir on this day.• Also known as the day of “YamaDeepDan”, it is a very important day for the businessmen community.• What day are we talking about here?
Q2• ‘The Best is Yet to come’: “Thank you so much. Tonight, more than 200 years after a former colony won the right to determine its own destiny, the task of perfecting our union moves forward.”• Put Funda.
Q4• X is made from Silicon gel.• It was launched by Nike in May 2004 as a fund raising item for the Lance Armstrong Foundation, founded by cyclist and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong.• Its colour was chosen as it is very important in professional cycling.• What is X?
Q9• In World War I, much of the equipment issued to U.S. soldiers was stamped with something as it was made from galvanized iron.• Later, this stamp was incorporated in the name of a toy with a completely different meaning.• Which toy ?
Q 10• A Brand that creates and sells customised tyres and pimps up Automobiles! The Owner of this Brand is known to us from a completely different sphere. Who owns this Brand? #Hint: Think Reality Television and army heritage! ;)
Q 14• This food item was made as a replacement for meat during LENT by the native Egyptian Christians.• It became so popular that Mcdonalds serves it in some countries.• It is considered to be the national dish of Egypt and Israel.• What??
Q 19• In Norse mythology, the goddess Iðunn is portrayed in the Prose Edda as providing “X” to the gods that give them eternal youthfulness.• Hence, the Norse people included it in their daily diet, as they believed that this fruit has magical powers.• This story led to the origin of a very famous proverb.• Identify the fruit.