3. Rules :
➜ Total 15 Questions will be asked.
➜ 1 to 3 minutes will be given to answer.
➜ There will be few star mark questions as tie
You have to send your answers to Mrinal Mondal
(+918637326944) with proper serial numbers of
the question with your name.
4. Q1. When Sherlock Holmes had to prove his
qualifications in 1872 before getting admission to
Oxford University, two essential subjects were
Greek and Latin.
-According to Mr. Barringgold, Siger Holmes
appoint a tutor to make his son Sherlock eligible
for Oxford. At the age of twenty-one, his research
work on the “binomial theorem” became popular
throughout Europe. And later he wrote a book,
“Dynamics of Asteroids”. Who is this teacher?
6. Q3. When Sherlock Holmes came to Oxford
University in 1872, Mr. ’X’ was the dean of
Summer Christ Church. Prior to his appointment
as dean of Christ Church, ‘X’ was headmaster of
Westminster School, before he was priest to the
Queen's husband. He is specially known to us for
another reason. Why?
7. Q4. It was first named as A Tangled Skein. When it was
published the author gets only £25 as the copyright
price. Here note that, the story was published with
In this book, six illustration was penned by X. X who
was kept in a mental shelter by his family for excessive
drinking and epilepsy. The first and only edition is now
preserved in London. Museum.
Can you identify X and the name of the story when it
8. Q5. We all know that fan favorite Dr. Who is the longest
running Science-Fiction TV show in world acknowledged by
Guinness Book of World Records. In second episode of the
second season of this show, which was first broadcast
on BBC One on 22 April 2006, the protagonist Doctor
identifies himself as an ex-student of X to Queen Victoria.
X was a Scottish surgeon and lecturer at the medical
school in Scotland in the late 19th century. X was involved
in several police investigations, mostly in Scotland, such
as the Ardlamont mystery of 1893, usually with forensic
expert Professor Henry Littlejohn. X also gave his analysis
of the Ripper murders to Scotland Yard. Now connect X
with Sherlock Holmes.
10. Q7. This is an upright perennial, to
90cm tall flower plant, with divided
green leaves. From early summer,
deep violet-blue and white flowers
are borne on spikes above the
All parts, particularly the seeds is
toxic that may cause severe
discomfort if ingested. Therefore, it
is requested to all to wear gloves
and wash hands after handling.
Now connect it with Sherlock
(Think different, and keep in mind
the story The Musgrave Ritual).
11. Q8. As a MCU fan, Owen Wilson portraying
Mobius M. Mobius is a treat to watch. His unique
style of dialogue delivery surely will make the
character one of the fan favorite. Infact Owen
Wilson has a very interesting connection to
Sherlock Holmes . In one of his successful movie,
this was shown that it was infact his character
who came up with the name Sherlock Holmes and
then gave its rights to Arthur Doyle. Fun fact:
Owen's character of this film derived the name
"Sherlock Holmes" from the face of a clock. In this
movie, MCU's Quicksilver portrays the role of
young Charlie Chaplin.
Now identify the film written by Alfred
Gough and Miles Millar.
12. Q9. Put funda
1. Maximilien Heller,
2. Monsieur Lecoq,
3. Walter Scherer,
Find out “X”.
13. Q10. Sisters can be close friends even when they grow
up. If there is a sister, the qualities of love and
affection are most manifested in that child. Maturity also
comes quickly under the influence of sisters. That is
what scientists of a private research university named
after X say.
We have seen this American religious leader, politician,
and settler X as a statue in the National Statuary Hall
Collection at the United States Capitol and also in Salt
Lake City, Utah. One of the greatest American of all
time also features as a secondary antagonist in a
Holmes story by Sir Doyle, where his actions with
regard to the marriage of a Mormon lady are the
catalyst for the story.
15. Q19(T). A picturesque place in the bernese-
oberland region of Switzerland, this place became
the subject of several paintings by the English
romantic landscape painter J. M. W. Turner in the
early 19th century. Inspired by this place, the indie
band 'Ravens and Chimes' named their debut
album in 2007. Based on an idea by Ian Ranking
and founded in Edinburgh, it was also the title of
James Mauer's 2006 BBC Four TV drama. The
place is mentioned in the story of the historical
character related to Arthur Conan Doyle and his
mentor Dr. Joseph Bell.
Now recognize the place.