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Kh quiz1


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Question and Answers of first quiz conducted by on 8th March 2012.

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Kh quiz1

  1. 1. h"p://    
  2. 2. According  to  the  Hindu  mythology,  which  Rakshasa  was  the  great  grandson  of  Brahma?       h"p://    
  3. 3. Ravana  Ravana  was  4th  in  line  from  Brahma.    Brahma  –>  Pulastya  –>  Visravas  –>  Ravana.      Did  you  know:    Ravana  and  Ved  Vyasa  (who  wrote  Mahabharata)  were  related!Ved  Vyasa  was  5th  in  line  from  Brahma.  Brahma  –>  Vasishtha  –>  Sakthi  –>  Parasara  –>  Vyasa     h"p://    
  4. 4. This  is  the  logo  of  which  famous  social  movement?     h"p://    
  5. 5. Narmada  Bachao  Andolan   h"p://    
  6. 6. Which  car  manufacturing  company  is  also  the  name  of  a  God?   h"p://    
  7. 7. MaruE  Lord  Hanuman  is  also  known  as  MaruK.    Since  I  did  not  specifically  ask  to  name  Hindu  God,  those  who  answered  Mazda  will  also  get  the  points.   h"p://    
  8. 8. IdenEfy  a)  the  building  and  b)  the  statues  guarding  it.   h"p://    
  9. 9. Reserve  Bank  of  India,  New  Delhi    The  male  statue  on  the  leJ  is  ‘Yaksh’  and  the  female  statue  on  the  right  is  ‘Yakshini’    According  to  Hindu  mythology  Yakshas  belongs  to  a  class  of  demi-­‐gods  and  they  are  represented  as  the  servants  of  ‘Kubera’  -­‐the  God  of  Wealth.  The  duty  of  Yakshas  is  to  guard  over  Kuber’s  gardens  and  treasures.     h"p://    
  10. 10. IdenEfy  a)  the  three  people  shown  in  this  pic  and  b)the  year  this  incident  took  place.   h"p://    
  11. 11. LeJ:  Dennis  Lillee  Center:  Umpire  Tony  CraJer  Right:  Javed  Miandad      Occurred  in  1981  during  the  first  test  in  Perth    Wisden  described  this  incident  as  “one  of  the  most  undignified  incidents  in  Test  history”.    The  blame,  by  common  consent,  lay  with  Lillee.  The  eyewitness  account  was  that  Miandad  set  off  for  a  single,  Lillee  stepped  into  his  path,  and  aZer  a  tangle  of  limbs  and  insults,  Lillee  turned  to  confront  Miandad  with  his  fist  raised,  and  Miandad  liZed  his  bat  above  his  head  as  if  to  strike  him.  Tony  CraZer,  the  umpire,  was  a  brave  man  to  intervene.  Lillee  was  fined  Aus$200,  which  was  later  reduced  to  $120  plus  a  two-­‐match  ban.     h"p://