1.COCKTAIL OF 30 DRY, AUDIO, VISUAL AND CONNECTION QUESTIONS.
2.WRITTEN QUIZ IT IS.
3.2 MINUTE MAXIMUM FOR ONE QUESTION. IN THE FOLLOWING SECOND,THE NEXT QUESTION WILL BE FIRED.
4. I AM THE LORD HERE GENTLEMEN! SO, ABIDE BY ME FOR YOUR GOOD!
5.QUESTIONS MAY GO TOUGH AS I DON’T HAVE ANY IDEA ABOUT THE DIFFICULTY LEVEL. A BIT OBSCURE MAY BE. BEGGING PARDON IN ADVANCE.
6. THINK,ANALYSE AND ANSWER.
ALL THE BEST!!!!
HERE WE GO!!!!
1.The following is an extract from the poem Sailing to Byzantium by William Butler Yeats.
That is __ ____ __ __ __. The young
In one another's arms, birds in the trees
Those dying generations - at their song, The salmon-falls, the mackerel-crowded seas, Fish, flesh, or fowl, commend all summer long Whatever is begotten, born, and dies. Caught in that sensual music all neglect Monuments of unageing intellect.
Fill in the blanks to get the name of a movie..
2. The swampy land of Fox Tor in Dartmoor, England is the inspiration for the location in which famous early 1900s crime novel?
3. MADURIYAL, MECHAGHORIYA, BARUKIYAL, ABHAYAPURIYA, SOTAI-OLIYA, GUIMELA, PORBOTIYA, MIRI SANDIKOI, PILINGI, DIHINGIA--- WHAT WAS THE IMPORTANCE OF THESE TEN CLANS IN THE AHOM ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEM?
4. This organization was founded in 1866 in Pulaski, Tennessee, as a club for retired confederate army soldiers, by a retired general Nathan Bedford Forrest. It lasted for over a hundred years. What?
5. In medieval times, as they do even now, merchants used to buy goods in bulk, for example 12 dozen bales of cloth, and sell these at fairgrounds. Now, what word was coined to describe such merchants
6. This man was arrested during the Venetian war in 1298.His cellmate Rustichello prepared a manuscript based on the narration of the exploits of his cellmate called the 'description of the world'.Who is this man?
7.In 1842,Nesselman divided the history of this branch of knowledge into three periods, the rhetorical (words), the syncopated (abbreviations),the symbolic(symbols). What branch of knowledge?
8.After his apprenticeship,an apprentice would either become a journeyman, one who worked for wages or by paying an entry fee and submitting an example of his work,he would join a guild as a master craftsman. What is the name of this example of his work?
9.In World War II,the Germans had their U-boats in the Atlantic. What tactic did they use for their operations when they formed groups which operated together?
10. CHINESE TRAVELLER HIUEN TSANG VISITED INDIA BETWEEN 429 AND 443 A.D. HE VISITED ASSAM FOR ONE MONTH ACCEPTING THE INVITATION OF BHASKARABARMAN, THE THEN KING OF KAMARUPA. WHEN THE PILGRIM DEPARTED FROM ASSAM, BHASKARA PRESENTED HIM MANY VALUABLE GIFTS…
BUT TSANG ACCEPTED ONLY ONE ITEM WHICH HE RECORDED AS “HO-LA-LI”. WHAT IS THIS “HO-LA-LI”?
11. His first Sci-Fi book is "With the Night mail" an account of an airship crossing the Atlantic.He wrote a book about an engineer who overhears the Gods debating about whether they should destroy a bridge which he built across the Ganges.Who's he?
12.Which cocktail mixed at Prof Moriarty's restaurant at Saratoga Springs has the following ingredients - light rum ,banana liquors ,lemon juice ,pineapple juice and grenadine topped with 151 rum?
13. The 11th Light Dragoons of the British army, commanded by Lord Cardigan, in 1856 accomplished something which made them extremely famous. What?
14. ORIGINALY, THIS PLACE WAS THE CAPITAL OF THE CHUTIYA KINGDOM. KING MAYAMATTA ALIAS RAMACHANDRA ESTABLISHED HIS CAPITAL RATANPUR HERE.KING ARIMATTA FORTIFIED IT’S EASTERN BOUNDARY BY EMBARKING THE DHUWALO GARH. AHOM KING JAYADHVAJ SINGHA EXCAVATED THE RAWANA PUKHURI HERE. IDENTIFY THIS WORLD FAMOUS PLACE.
15. JUST IDENTIFY HIM…
16. Again identify the Hero..
17.Give me the name of the book.
18. Game please!
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“ I WILL PROVIDE THE PEOPLE OF THIS CITY WITH A DAILY PAPER THAT WILL TELL ALL THE NEWS HONESTLY.”
“ I WILL ALSO PROVIDE THEM WITH A FIGHTING AND TIRELESS CHAMPION OF THEIR RIGHTS AS CITIZENS AND AS HUMAN BEINGS.”
THIS WAS A DECLARATION PUBLISHED IN A CERTAIN ISSUE OF NEW YORK DAILY INQUIRER. GIVE ME THE NAME OF THE FAMOUS PUBLISHER. ALSO GIVE ME THE FUNDA BEHIND THE FOLLOWING PHOTOGRAPH. (IT MAY BE A HINT!)
21. Coat of Arms of which military unit?
22. This word was introduced in 1923 by a senior radio officer at Croydon Airport, London. It is derived from the French ‘Venez Ma’ider” and seemed appropriate at dat time, since much of the air traffic was between Croydon and Le Bourget Airport in Paris. What is the word? (Courtesy: Col. B.J.)
23. Another Connexon…….
24. In the 18th century Julius Johannes, a qualified miller noticed that several women factory workers ended up getting reduced time for housework and preparation of meals, working class families suffered from poor nutrtion. In view of this state of affairs Julius decided to produce appliances for roasting and grinding dried vegetables (peas and beans) given their rich nutritive value, to make flour thus enabling housewives to make a quick nourishing soup. Eventually, he put his instant product - vegetable powders - on the market. Julius distinguished his products by a four branched star, with a cross in its heart. The Cross-Star trademark was registered. Today we know this brand by a different category of product than the one it started with. Identify the brand
25. NOT AN EXHAUSTIVE LIST. GIVE ME WHO COMES NEXT. CLUE: THE SONG..