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• Total 1+ 29 28 + 1 questions for 30 points #TYMJ
• Q 2 – Q 29 are representations from each state
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Let’s start with the tale of a creation as narrated by the creator.
Whose scribbling about a creation of his (0.5)
Which artwork, all of you must have seen it in the recent past ? (0.5)
1
Let’s start with the tale of a creation as narrated by the creator.
Whose scribbling about a creation of his (0.5)
Which artwork which all of you must have seen in recent past ? (0.5)
1
MF Hussain | Tale of Three Cities
2
Commenting on his dedication and fasting ability the Mahatma once quipped, if
only he had eleven more followers like him , freedom from British rule could have
been achieved in a year.
A champion of Dalit upliftment, on November,1946 he begun a fast-unto-death to
demand the opening of all temples in Madras province to Harijans.
Who is this man , who Ramchandra Guha believed could have been dubbed the
Mercator of India by a certain group?
Potti Sreeramulu
This tributary of the Brahmaputra gets its name
from a feature attributable to the lateritic soil.
A much larger waterbody in a different
continent have a similar name in many Indian
languages . However it gets the feature because
of the cyanobacterial bloom shown in the
image.
Name the Indian river ?
3
Lohit
Not all of them may be a hunter and gatherer but connect the images with a
short word (0.5)
4
Name the left most animal found in the wild only in an Indian state? (0.5)
Give one common word to connect the images you see (0.5)
4
Name the left most animal found in the wild only in an Indian state?
Pygmy | Pygmy Hog
This wall like structures can be seen guarding
which Indian city , that houses the modern
Incarnation of a famous institution which met
its end after events triggered by Bakhtiyar
Khilji ? (0.5)
The term for construction like this comes from
the belief of classical Greeks that only the
mythical giants like Polyphemus had the
strength to move the enormous boulders that
made up the walls.
Who are these type of walls named after? (0.5)
5
Rajgir | Cyclopes
Possible origin of the name of which much in the news Indian district can be
explained thus
The vastra or cloth of Goddess Danteswari which she spread for acquiring land for
the Kakatiya king over a vast area.
Local word for land of bamboo, because bamboo is seen over a vast area in the
region.
The word ‘vistrit’ meaning vast.
6
Bastar
The chicken preparation originated from
the Portuguese colonies in the African
continent.
Thus the name of the dish can be
attributed to modification of a diminutive
term used in maps and Portuguese parlance
to refer to Southern part of Africa.
Name the good dish?
7
Give one common word to connect the images you see (0.5)
4
Name the left most animal found in the wild only in an Indian state?
Chicken Cafreal
The Jai Hind Estate in Bhuleswar is
the first address where the migrating
Gujarati family settled in a new city.
What is the current address of the
Aden born chemical engineer from
the family?
8
Antilia
This is a still from the 1963 production of
a play directed by Ebrahim Alkazi.
The play opens with the sound of a conch shell
followed by the chorus announcing: “This is a
story of blind people, or is it a story of light told
through the blind?”
Name the play/location where the play is set?
Where was this iconic production staged?
9
Kurukshetra | Feroz Shah Kotla
Visual treat from a film based on whose life?
10
Nainsukh
In which town, founded by the
Colonization Society of India in
1933, would you find this unique
tourist spot that has a Hindu temple,
Gurudwara and mosque all at the
same place?
Named after Ernest, a Kolkata-based
businessman, the town was established
as a homeland to a community and
came into limelight thanks to a 2016 film based on a story written by the
father of the director.
11
Mccluskieganj
Raja,Rani, Rocket, Roarer are names associated with which tourist attraction with
a tautological name ?
Seen here in the visual is a picture clicked by Deen Dayal in 1902 which is part of
'Autumn Tour of H.E. Lord Curzon of Kedleston, Viceroy and Governor-General of
India. 1900’ collection.
12
Diana and Behrouz Edulji
'Autumn Tour of H.E. Lord Curzon of Kedleston, Viceroy and
Governor-General of India. 1900'.
Jog Falls
Aarachaar is a Malayalam language novel by
K R Meera, where she narrates the story of a
Bengali family with a long lineage, beginning in the
fourth century BC.
The protagonist of the novel, Chetna, is a strong and
tenacious woman who wants to inherit the profession
Of her forefathers.
What is the family profession ? (0.5)
What is the family surname, probably inspired by the
documentary about a day in the life of a man ? (0.5)
13
Hangman | Mallick
The safa worn by Ranbir Singh
is a specimen of a particular
pattern, generally used in sarees
that are weaved with distinctive
designs involving stripes, checks
and floral borders.
Name the saree or the
Madhya Pradesh town which
lends its name to it.
14
Diana and Behrouz Edulji
'Autumn Tour of H.E. Lord Curzon of Kedleston, Viceroy and
Governor-General of India. 1900'.
Maheshwari | Maheshwar
Thanks to its founder’s interest in the arts, this unlikely place has an extensive
artwork collection featuring works of people like Hussain, Souza, Gaitonde etc.
Which institution, who runs public outreach initiative dubbed ‘Chai and Why’?
15
TIFR
The costume of Radha and the gopis
is collectively referred to as the Potloi and
consists of the cylindrical Kumin or Phumila or
Kumil skirt and the upper Poswan or
Poswak skirt.
These are used in which artform, one
of the eight in a list to be given classical
status by a national body.
16
Manipuri dance
Dempo has the distinction of achieving this double when they won a tournament
in 2015-16 after their successful domination of Indian football
in the same decade. However , they would have probably liked to not achieve this
at the first place.
17
More fairytale is the story of the only other club to achieve this double when as a
logical progression of an earlier triumph they won the second event .
Which football club? What feat?
Aizwal FC | Winning I league and 2nd
div
18
Which current Indian chief minister is
named after the man shown here?
Conrad Sangma
In which Indian city would this sporting arena transcend into a place of historic
significance?
19
Kohima | Battle of Tennis Court
This service was first introduced in the Koraput district in 1946 in the immediate
wake of World War II. In no time, the service had spread to almost 24 districts with
over 700 sturdy participant of the Belgian Homer variety at work.
But due to advancement in technology, the once flourishing service has come
down to just two stations—Cuttack and Angul—for ornamental purposes.
Which service, unique to Odisha, is being talked about?
20
Pigeon Mail
The play Ek Mulaqat by Saif Hyder
is part of his attempt to pen a
trilogy on unrequited love,
His second ‘Gardish Mein Taare’
was about the turbulent marriage
of Guru Dutt and Geeta Dutt and a
planned third is about Ustad Bade
Ghulam Khan and Gauhar Jaan.
Ek Mulaqat , narrates the chance meeting of which couple?
21
Amrita Pritam | Sahir Ludhianvi
The 'dough' for an iconic GI tagged product is prepared by mixing quartz, glass,
rock salt, gum for binding, saji (sodium bicarbonate) and Multani mitti (Fuller’s
earth). Its characteristic color comes due to the usage of cobalt dioxide.
Which product is being talked about?
Give a three-word chromatic answer.
22
Jaipur Blue Pottery
Pang Lhabsol, the festival unique to
Sikkim commemorates the
consecration of which guardian deity
treasured by the people of Sikkim
23
Kanchenjunga
Which film is the Tamil film Tamizh Padam 2 alluding here
24
Godfather
Which individual wrote the storyline for this autobiographical Tinkle comics titled
“ It happened to Me” which narrates an incident when an Arjuna awardee helped
her to complete school notes after she lost her books.
25
P V Sindhu
Which individual completes this set of Hall of Fame inductee class of 2019.
While at it, name the HoF or the awarding body.
26
Somdev Devvarman | ITA /College Tennis Hall of
Fame
He was in pursuit of a century when a meeting changed his life and it
was never the same again for him. He stopped with 99 victims and a transformed
man.
Seen here is the stupa dedicated to
him , part of the Jetavana monastery
at Shravasti in Uttar Pradesh.
Who is the digital maven person?
27
Angulimala
Seen here is the newsletter of an educational institute named after the founder.
The founder set up a pair of institution in North India
modelled on Lawrence School, Sanawar and named it after the small Welsh village
from where she hailed.
Identify the educational institution?
28
Welham
The alliterative name of the book
is arrived at by adding the name of the
artform used for the illustration and the
global children’s classic that is narrated
in that style.
Name the book?
29
Patua Pinocchio
A member of the Nehru cabinet, he had no portfolio but was roped in for a
specific role.He had the requisite skillset for the job based on his work experience
from 1937-43.
What ‘work’ of his brought him back to popular consciousness of late?
30
Drafted Article 370 | Gopalaswami Ayyangar
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Clockwise-I
The basis for which bet centered on the protagonist reading an article,
that stated - the section between Rothal and Allahabad, on the Great Indian
Peninsula Railway, has been opened ? (5)
Inspired by the journey of the protagonist, British Indian writer Monisha Rajesh
crisscrossed India taking a predetermined number of trains.
What did she dub her photographer companion in the journey.
The name derives from the French phrase for all purpose.(5)
1
Fogg crossing the world |Passepartout
What commonly believed and
propagated trivia can be busted
by citing these examples from Kullu,
Kumbakonam, Tirupattur,Barmer,
and Panaji? (5)
If a group of people from closer
home is to be believed , who knows
the final outcome of these cinematic
moments? (5)
2
Pushkar is home to the world’s only Bramha
Temple|Bramha by CHandrabindoo
Which modern pan Asian restaurant chain shares its name with an American
edible import which in most Indian languages derives its name from the Peruvian
word for it or the fact that it was confused to be melons. Football loving Bengalis
may confuse it to be a Portuguese import though.
The restaurant is helmed by a son of a legend . The father famously transformed a
local culinary delight from a small UP town into a national craze. As the story goes,
he serenaded the family with the secret recipe with alcohol to get insights into
what may have possibly been first cooked to solve a teething problem for either
pilgrims or local royalty. Which dish ? (5)
3
Papaya| Kakori Kebab
His first moniker resulted because of his leadership in the Bardoli Satyagraha.
Another of his famous epithet resulted from his role two decades later and his abilities
to negotiate with a group of around 500. Who?(5)
On whose life story is the play ‘Mengoubi’
based ? (5)
4
Sardar Patel the Iron Man | Irom Sharmila Iron Lady
In this sequence from SoTY 2 our man Tiger after being snubbed by his love
interest is being chided by his friends by quoting an example from almost two and
half decades back . A certain someone decided to live her life on her own accord
then and didn’t reciprocate Parmit Sethi’s love.
Who is the couple in question his friend refer to? (5)
The subtitle writers however uses example from an early nineteenth century
work where a certain Mr. Fitzwilliam is up against a Mr. Wickham.
Which work is referenced in the subtitle?(5)
5
Raj + Simran | Pride and Prejudice
Which West Indian competition was
named after this Trinidad born gentleman
who played 4 test matches in his career.
One team in the late eighties and mid
nineties dominated the tournament so much
that the final was between two teams
Divided by medium of instruction.
Which was the dominant team?
6
Harris Shield | Saradashram
Khal Torabully, a Mauritian-French author and poet of Indian origin, once
described what as a source not only of the dissolution of identity, but also of
beauty and reconstruction, leading to what he terms a ‘coral imaginary’?
Two visuals on the next slide to help you tide over?
7
Kala Pani
• 4 Questions
• 5 points each for the answer with numbers
NORTH
“The idea was to build a search engine wherein you typed the phone number,
and it told you who the number belonged to. But telcos weren’t providing the
data, they wanted us to do content management instead! They wanted astrology
services!...
…Here, was a customer willing to pay…that decided it in the end. It is important to
do what you want but also important to survive. The astrology business helped me
survive. I had 40 astrologers working for me in three shifts.”
The starting years of which company is being discussed here?
1
To what end would a certain emperor regularly use sixteen young slaves from the
harem to make the best of this courtyard?
2
This was built by the Kachchhapaghata king Devapala around 11th century CE. It is
said that it was the venue of providing education in astrology and mathematics
based on the transit of the Sun.
There's supposed to be 13 more of this of which two major ones are in Odisha.
The unique shape has helped it survive a lot of earthquakes over the centuries and
that’s apparently one of the reasons why it inspired something of national
importance.
What is being talked about?
3
Divided into two sections – upper and lower,
it was initially established to ensure the
supply of clean drinking water to a capital
city.
Thanks to the Maharajas, it has been a
protected area since 1910.
Which place, closely associated with
the lateral clue shown here,
is being talked about?
4
“The idea was to build a search engine wherein you typed the phone number,
and it told you who the number belonged to. But telcos weren’t providing the
data, they wanted us to do content management instead! They wanted astrology
services!...
…Here, was a customer willing to pay…that decided it in the end. It is important to
do what you want but also important to survive. The astrology business helped me
survive. I had 40 astrologers working for me in three shifts.”
The starting years of which company is being discussed here?
To what end would a certain emperor regularly use sixteen young slaves from the
harem to make the best of this courtyard?
This was built by the Kachchhapaghata king Devapala around 11th century CE. It is
said that it was the venue of providing education in astrology and mathematics
based on the transit of the Sun.
There's supposed to be 13 more of this of which two major ones are in Odisha.
The unique shape has helped it survive a lot of earthquakes over the centuries and
that’s apparently one of the reasons why it inspired something of national
importance.
What is being talked about?
Chausath Yogini Temple
Divided into two sections – upper and lower,
it was initially established to ensure the
supply of clean drinking water to a capital
city.
Thanks to the Maharajas, it has been a
protected area since 1910.
Which place, closely associated with
the lateral clue shown here,
is being talked about?
Dachigam
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This former trader from JM Financials first made money through inter city stock
arbitration. With this capital he bought land and in 1994 had a windfall gain when
frost in Brazil ensured he could sell his produce at a premium.
Who is the man in question? (5)
One of the produce from his group is the product
which singularly focuses on the origin of it.
Which rich country is this product supposedly from ?
1
Ruslan Chagev | Uzbekistan
V G Siddhartha | Costa Rica
Seen here in a cartoon from the 50s is a gentleman portrayed as Vasudeva
carrying his child away under the gauge of the Indian government in the form of
Dr. Radhakrishnan.
Krishna in the image here was born because
of suggestions tabled by an enquiry
committee with the Maharaja of Burdwan
and the noted physicist Dr. Meghnad Saha
as members.
Who is the man in question? (5)
What is he seen protecting here? (5)
2
Ruslan Chagev | Uzbekistan
Dr B C Roy | Damodar Valley Corporation
Set in the 4th century, this 1966 film required the costume designer to visit Ajanta
Caves to study the frescoes of that time.
Which contemporary of Gautam Buddha and Mahavira has been played by Sunil
Dutt here? (5) Who is the costume designer ? (5)
3
Ajatshatru| Bhanu Athaiya
What have we blanked out from the two visuals here, marking two of the finest
moment in the 1971 narrative.
4
Tangail | Longewala
First and last recipient of two different awards with common benefactor.
Name the two awards. (5+5)
5
Jnanpith Award | Moortidevi Award
This was promoted as the latest collaboration between two individuals.
Name the two people. (5)
While talking about their first well known collaboration from 1993, one of them
dubbed the other as the oldest kid in film industry. Which work? (5)
6
Jungle Jungle | Vishal Bharadwaj and Gulzar
This law was adopted keeping in view the situations in an Indian state.
However surprisingly most people who got involved was from Gujarat where the
people in power used it to subdue a right wing Kisan morcha
Which law? (4)
Two of the most famous implementation of the same was centered around a 1993
Pali Hill event and one where 26 people were sentenced to death.
Identify the two famous cases? (3+3)
7
TADA | Rajiv Gandhi Assassination and Sanjay Dutt
• 5 Questions
• 5 points each for short answers and shorter questions
EAST
1) Which is the smallest district of Assam, the latest to be accorded a district
status?
2) Which Dover born gentleman was the anthropological adviser to the
Government of NEFA?
3) In which largest-of-its-kind wetland would you find eco-tourists sites like
Breakfast Island, Honeymoon Island, Becon Island, and Manikpatna?
4) Which Vidhu Binod Chopra film name can finish the title of a Bollywood
autobiography which screamed out the vociferousness of the actor?
5) Which colorful two time Wimbledon finalist won the national Tennis
championship in 1967?
1) Majuli
2) Verrier Elwin
3) Chilika Lake
4) Khamoshi
5) Illie Nastase
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This is the coat of arms of Mewar.
The figure on the left is of a Bhil.
Which historical event led to this
unusual inclusion?
Seen here is the resting ground
for which participant of the event ? (5)
1
Haldighati | Chetak
This award for the popularization of
Science is UNESCO’s oldest prize,
created in 1951 following a donation
from which foundation? (5)
Which former winner of the medal
is also an Emmy winner and a nominee for 2019? (5)
2
Kalinga Foundation | David Attenborough
Which institution started with only one employee, Sabhapati Mishra whose additional
job was to distribute the output from his company to nearby villages and conduct public
recitals and reading out of books like history of the Agg/g/gg arwals?(5)
The periodical shown here saw genesis in a comment by a
stalwart that the Marwari Mahasabha should have separate
Journal for religion and not mix it with community issues .
Which individual, who refuted all requests from this institution to
=pen an article for the periodical, more so after a 1948 event
in his compound? (5)
3
Gita Press Gorakhpur| G D Birla
Till date India have won 49 World championship in this sport including all age
groups and form.
The most by an individual in this is by the one who started it all in 1987.
Name this legend? (5)
Which champion athlete is the second in the list with four world championship
win till date? (5)
4
Anand | Humpy
From the writing of the fiery lady in question, we extract a poem written
by a man from the hills.
Which event was the backdrop for the peom?(5)
Which 1854 narrative poem is this modelled on?(5)
5
Chittagong Armory Raid | Charge of Light Brigade
A Myth of Two Souls by artist Vasantha Yogananthan is inspired by
associated with something and its pervasiveness in everyday Indian life.
artist retraces a legendary route from
the north to south India for his work.
What forms the backdrop for the work?(5)
What are the seven chapters of the work
Supposed to represent?(5)
6
Ramayana | Seven Kandas
Literally meaning “land of the singing waves”, which former European colony has been depicted in this
17th century painting? Two possible answers will be accepted.
This drone video shows one of the few remnants of a colony that was acquired by the British in 1825 in
exchange for the island of Sumatra in Indonesia. Name the colony.
7
Tharangambadi/Tranquebar | Chuchura/Chinsurah
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WEST
You will watch a clip from a 1980 film with an alliterative title. One part of the
title refers to a popular folk theatre form from Western India.
In which heritage site was this scene shot?
1
This is from the pages of a non profit diarist, a page that traces and narrates tales
from what specific things peppering an Indian metropolis?
2
Whose severed head is seen here in
this painting featuring Jahangir?
Which city that is the gateway to two
remarkable destination was established
by him?
3
What once in a decade activity are the people here queueing for?
Where are these good holy people standing?
4
You will watch a clip from a 1980 film with an alliterative title. One part of the
title refers to a popular folk theatre form from Western India.
In which heritage site was this scene shot?
Rani Ki Vav
This is from the pages of a non profit diarist which traces and narrates
tales from what specific things peppering an Indian metropolus?
Whose severed head is seen here in
This painting featuring Jahangir?
Which city that is the gateway to two
remarkable Indian wonder was established
by him?
What once in a decade activity are the people here queueing here for?
Where are these good holy people standing?
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The author Aabid Surti quotes a book he read
on the life of people from certain vocation as an
inspiration for creating the Bahadur series.
Whose work, that more famously
inspired another magnum opus involving a family
member of his and was shot in Karnataka.
1
Tarun Kumar Bhaduri
This work by Pune-based artist Rajyashri Goody is a a rebellion against the
hierarchies of caste and an ‘ironic cookbook that remind us how food is
caught tightly in the web of caste' .
The work includes mention of food
in the writing of Dalit authors coupled
With Laddoos.
What served as the raw material for the
Laddoos, most probably a version from
‘Calcutta with Kulluka Bhatta commentary’?
2
Manusmriti Pulp
This princely state in India was the first to declare Hindi as a national
language, however the dialect spoken here gets its name from the
Land of the tiger .
Which princely state also the name for a
venerated Indian water body.
Which two in a group of nine were sent from
here by Maharaja Ramchandra Singh to a
friend of his who grew up with him but later
ascended a much grander throne.
3
Rewa | Birbal and Tansen
The latest album by the Mumbai based
Gumbal is billed by the group as a
fictional reimagining and representation
of the thoughts going through someone’s
head around fife decades ago.
Whose fictional playlist?
The man when he visited Mumbai was gifted something that gave him a
chance to be richer by Rs 3-lakh during Diwali as the belief was that his
recent luck will rub on here. What was the gift?
4
Armstrong’s List | Maharashtra State Lottery
The final match of the event saw the favorites take on the hosts but
torrential rainfall and muddy ground slowed the almost cricketesque goal
scoring rate of the favorites.
The star player then decided to make a switch and soon things were back
on track. The switch was denouncement of an object that is often thought
as a reason the vanquished hosts later went to win another famous final 18
years later.
Who is the star player ? (5)
What switch did he make? (5)
5
Dhyanchand| Studded shoes taken off
How can you connect these three clues to an unconfirmed etymology?
Explain two of the connections for full points.
6
The region is locally known as Sairandhrivanam. And it is thought that the name is
an anglicised version of Sairandhri (aka Draupadi)
Second theory is the perceived absence of the noisy cicadas
Third theory suggests that the name was derived from the Lion Tailed Macaques
whose binomial name is Macaca Silenus.
Silent Valley National Park
Shown here are costume design for dramatic representation of which
(5)
Which character’s attire is shown in the last slide?(5)
7
Haroun and the Sea of Stories | Khatam Sud
• 5 Questions
• 5 points each for the answers with a pattern
SOUTH
Roorkee was a potential alternative location but lost out as the city received no
financial backing. The place that won the race had the backing of the royal family
from the state which not only gave the 371 acres of land but also provided Rs. 5
lakh towards capital expenditure and Rs. 50,000 annually.
Money for the remaining annual expenses came from the endowment of a
Bombay based gentleman and the Government.
What was being set up thus?
1
The Chidambaram Nataraja temple, is a Hindu temple dedicated to Nataraja –
Shiva as the lord of dance in Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu.
The temple wall carvings display almost 108 form of transitions mentioned
in which text divided in 36 chapters.
2
The Official Anthem of the team from Dindigul in the TNPL 2018 is Idhu
Neruppuda.
Here is another song titled Neruppuda that can be helpful to figure out the
meaning of the song.
Based on these name the ‘animal’ whose name is used by the alliterative
franchise?
3
This company was formed by a set of cousins who had issue with the quality of
an item bought from local grocery stores. Named after their original set of
products it recently created the concept of the World Vada day on 8th August.
ID the company?
4
About a 45 year-old decision, possibly taken by a certain Priyadarshini, two of the
most important stakeholders had this to say?
XY: I think it was a bad call
ZY: “As a sportsman I was disappointed, but as an individual I took pride in the
fact that my government made the right call,”
Give the common proper noun, and which decision were the two individuals
reacting to.
5
Roorkee was a potential alternative location but lost out as the city received no
financial backing. The place that won the race had the backing of the royal family
from the state which not only gave the 371 acres of land but also provided Rs. 5
lakh towards capital expenditure and Rs. 50,000 annually.
Money for the remaining annual expenses came from the endowment of a
Bombay based gentleman and the Government.
What was being set up thus?
IISC
The Chidambaram Nataraja temple, is a Hindu temple dedicated to Nataraja –
Shiva as the lord of dance in Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu.
The temple wall carvings display almost 108 form of transitions mentioned
in which text divided in 36 chapters.
The Official Anthem of the team from Dindigul in the TNPL 2018 is Idhu
Neruppuda.
Here is another song titled Neruppuda that can be helpful to figure out the
meaning of the song.
Based on these name the ‘animal’ whose name is used by the alliterative
franchise?
Dragon
This company was formed by a set of cousins who had issue with the quality of
an item bought from local grocery stores. Named after their original set of
products it recently created the concept of the World Vada day on 8th August.
ID the company?
About a 45 year-old decision, possibly taken by a certain Priyadarshini, two of the
most important stakeholders had this to say.
XY: I think it was a bad call
ZY: As a sportsman I was disappointed, but as an individual I took pride in the fact
that my government made the right call
Give the common proper noun, and say which decision were the two individuals
reacting to.
Amritraj | Boycotting Davis Cup Final
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Natyasashtra
Dragon
ID
Amritraj
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THE GREAT INDIAN QUIZ [QRIOSITY 2019]

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  • 2. PRIZES CASH PRIZES WORTH RS. 7200/- + VOUCHERS WORTH RS. 3000/- F I R S T P R I Z E : R S . 3 0 0 0 / - + V O U C H E R S W O R T H R S . 1 5 0 0 / - S E C O N D P R I Z E : R S . 2 4 0 0 / - + V O U C H E R S W O R T H R S . 9 0 0 / - T H I R D P R I Z E : R S . 1 8 0 0 / - + V O U C H E R S W O R T H R S . 6 0 0 / -
  • 4. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS T I R T H A N K A R N A G T A P A S K U M A R N A G S A Y A N T A N B O S E ( P U P L U D A ) P R I T H W I S H D A T T A S U M A N T R A S A R A T H I D A T T A ? ! C E N T R A L K U N A L M A N D A L S I D D H A R T H A R O Y T I T A S H B A N E R J E A S H A B B I R H A I D E R B E D B Y A S D A T T A A R I N D A M D O T T O H D E B A N J A N B O S E R A K T I M K U M A R N A G S A R B A J I T M I T R A S I D D H A N T A G A R W A L K R I S H N A D E V R O Y A N I K D A S G U P T A P R A T Y O Y D A S S A S W A T A A C H A R Y A B A L A G O P A L S . M E N O N
  • 6. • Total 1+ 29 28 + 1 questions for 30 points #TYMJ • Q 2 – Q 29 are representations from each state • No negatives, no star questions take guesses • In case of tie we will do old school tie-breakers • Top 8 teams in the finals
  • 7. Let’s start with the tale of a creation as narrated by the creator. Whose scribbling about a creation of his (0.5) Which artwork, all of you must have seen it in the recent past ? (0.5) 1
  • 8. Let’s start with the tale of a creation as narrated by the creator. Whose scribbling about a creation of his (0.5) Which artwork which all of you must have seen in recent past ? (0.5) 1
  • 9. MF Hussain | Tale of Three Cities
  • 10. 2 Commenting on his dedication and fasting ability the Mahatma once quipped, if only he had eleven more followers like him , freedom from British rule could have been achieved in a year. A champion of Dalit upliftment, on November,1946 he begun a fast-unto-death to demand the opening of all temples in Madras province to Harijans. Who is this man , who Ramchandra Guha believed could have been dubbed the Mercator of India by a certain group?
  • 12. This tributary of the Brahmaputra gets its name from a feature attributable to the lateritic soil. A much larger waterbody in a different continent have a similar name in many Indian languages . However it gets the feature because of the cyanobacterial bloom shown in the image. Name the Indian river ? 3
  • 13. Lohit
  • 14. Not all of them may be a hunter and gatherer but connect the images with a short word (0.5) 4 Name the left most animal found in the wild only in an Indian state? (0.5)
  • 15. Give one common word to connect the images you see (0.5) 4 Name the left most animal found in the wild only in an Indian state?
  • 17. This wall like structures can be seen guarding which Indian city , that houses the modern Incarnation of a famous institution which met its end after events triggered by Bakhtiyar Khilji ? (0.5) The term for construction like this comes from the belief of classical Greeks that only the mythical giants like Polyphemus had the strength to move the enormous boulders that made up the walls. Who are these type of walls named after? (0.5) 5
  • 19. Possible origin of the name of which much in the news Indian district can be explained thus The vastra or cloth of Goddess Danteswari which she spread for acquiring land for the Kakatiya king over a vast area. Local word for land of bamboo, because bamboo is seen over a vast area in the region. The word ‘vistrit’ meaning vast. 6
  • 21. The chicken preparation originated from the Portuguese colonies in the African continent. Thus the name of the dish can be attributed to modification of a diminutive term used in maps and Portuguese parlance to refer to Southern part of Africa. Name the good dish? 7
  • 22. Give one common word to connect the images you see (0.5) 4 Name the left most animal found in the wild only in an Indian state?
  • 24. The Jai Hind Estate in Bhuleswar is the first address where the migrating Gujarati family settled in a new city. What is the current address of the Aden born chemical engineer from the family? 8
  • 26. This is a still from the 1963 production of a play directed by Ebrahim Alkazi. The play opens with the sound of a conch shell followed by the chorus announcing: “This is a story of blind people, or is it a story of light told through the blind?” Name the play/location where the play is set? Where was this iconic production staged? 9
  • 27. Kurukshetra | Feroz Shah Kotla
  • 28. Visual treat from a film based on whose life? 10
  • 30. In which town, founded by the Colonization Society of India in 1933, would you find this unique tourist spot that has a Hindu temple, Gurudwara and mosque all at the same place? Named after Ernest, a Kolkata-based businessman, the town was established as a homeland to a community and came into limelight thanks to a 2016 film based on a story written by the father of the director. 11
  • 31.
  • 33. Raja,Rani, Rocket, Roarer are names associated with which tourist attraction with a tautological name ? Seen here in the visual is a picture clicked by Deen Dayal in 1902 which is part of 'Autumn Tour of H.E. Lord Curzon of Kedleston, Viceroy and Governor-General of India. 1900’ collection. 12
  • 34. Diana and Behrouz Edulji 'Autumn Tour of H.E. Lord Curzon of Kedleston, Viceroy and Governor-General of India. 1900'.
  • 36. Aarachaar is a Malayalam language novel by K R Meera, where she narrates the story of a Bengali family with a long lineage, beginning in the fourth century BC. The protagonist of the novel, Chetna, is a strong and tenacious woman who wants to inherit the profession Of her forefathers. What is the family profession ? (0.5) What is the family surname, probably inspired by the documentary about a day in the life of a man ? (0.5) 13
  • 38. The safa worn by Ranbir Singh is a specimen of a particular pattern, generally used in sarees that are weaved with distinctive designs involving stripes, checks and floral borders. Name the saree or the Madhya Pradesh town which lends its name to it. 14
  • 39. Diana and Behrouz Edulji 'Autumn Tour of H.E. Lord Curzon of Kedleston, Viceroy and Governor-General of India. 1900'.
  • 41. Thanks to its founder’s interest in the arts, this unlikely place has an extensive artwork collection featuring works of people like Hussain, Souza, Gaitonde etc. Which institution, who runs public outreach initiative dubbed ‘Chai and Why’? 15
  • 42.
  • 43. TIFR
  • 44. The costume of Radha and the gopis is collectively referred to as the Potloi and consists of the cylindrical Kumin or Phumila or Kumil skirt and the upper Poswan or Poswak skirt. These are used in which artform, one of the eight in a list to be given classical status by a national body. 16
  • 46. Dempo has the distinction of achieving this double when they won a tournament in 2015-16 after their successful domination of Indian football in the same decade. However , they would have probably liked to not achieve this at the first place. 17 More fairytale is the story of the only other club to achieve this double when as a logical progression of an earlier triumph they won the second event . Which football club? What feat?
  • 47. Aizwal FC | Winning I league and 2nd div
  • 48. 18 Which current Indian chief minister is named after the man shown here?
  • 50. In which Indian city would this sporting arena transcend into a place of historic significance? 19
  • 51. Kohima | Battle of Tennis Court
  • 52. This service was first introduced in the Koraput district in 1946 in the immediate wake of World War II. In no time, the service had spread to almost 24 districts with over 700 sturdy participant of the Belgian Homer variety at work. But due to advancement in technology, the once flourishing service has come down to just two stations—Cuttack and Angul—for ornamental purposes. Which service, unique to Odisha, is being talked about? 20
  • 54. The play Ek Mulaqat by Saif Hyder is part of his attempt to pen a trilogy on unrequited love, His second ‘Gardish Mein Taare’ was about the turbulent marriage of Guru Dutt and Geeta Dutt and a planned third is about Ustad Bade Ghulam Khan and Gauhar Jaan. Ek Mulaqat , narrates the chance meeting of which couple? 21
  • 55. Amrita Pritam | Sahir Ludhianvi
  • 56. The 'dough' for an iconic GI tagged product is prepared by mixing quartz, glass, rock salt, gum for binding, saji (sodium bicarbonate) and Multani mitti (Fuller’s earth). Its characteristic color comes due to the usage of cobalt dioxide. Which product is being talked about? Give a three-word chromatic answer. 22
  • 58. Pang Lhabsol, the festival unique to Sikkim commemorates the consecration of which guardian deity treasured by the people of Sikkim 23
  • 60. Which film is the Tamil film Tamizh Padam 2 alluding here 24
  • 62. Which individual wrote the storyline for this autobiographical Tinkle comics titled “ It happened to Me” which narrates an incident when an Arjuna awardee helped her to complete school notes after she lost her books. 25
  • 63.
  • 65. Which individual completes this set of Hall of Fame inductee class of 2019. While at it, name the HoF or the awarding body. 26
  • 66. Somdev Devvarman | ITA /College Tennis Hall of Fame
  • 67. He was in pursuit of a century when a meeting changed his life and it was never the same again for him. He stopped with 99 victims and a transformed man. Seen here is the stupa dedicated to him , part of the Jetavana monastery at Shravasti in Uttar Pradesh. Who is the digital maven person? 27
  • 68.
  • 70. Seen here is the newsletter of an educational institute named after the founder. The founder set up a pair of institution in North India modelled on Lawrence School, Sanawar and named it after the small Welsh village from where she hailed. Identify the educational institution? 28
  • 72. The alliterative name of the book is arrived at by adding the name of the artform used for the illustration and the global children’s classic that is narrated in that style. Name the book? 29
  • 73.
  • 75. A member of the Nehru cabinet, he had no portfolio but was roped in for a specific role.He had the requisite skillset for the job based on his work experience from 1937-43. What ‘work’ of his brought him back to popular consciousness of late? 30
  • 76. Drafted Article 370 | Gopalaswami Ayyangar
  • 77.
  • 81. • Clockwise 7 Questions | 7 * 10 • Written Round - N 4 Questions | 4*5 • Clockwise 7 Questions | 7*10 • Written Round - E 5 Questions | 5*5 • Anticlockwise 7 Questions | 7*10 • Written Round – W 4 Questions | 4*5 • Anticlockwise 7 Questions | 7*10 • Written Round – S 5 Questions | 5*5 The Fight for 370
  • 82. • 7 Questions direct • 10 points each ; Part points on offer as specified • We encourage pounce so 10/-5 • Chimp off , we’ll decide when to award points Clockwise-I
  • 83. The basis for which bet centered on the protagonist reading an article, that stated - the section between Rothal and Allahabad, on the Great Indian Peninsula Railway, has been opened ? (5) Inspired by the journey of the protagonist, British Indian writer Monisha Rajesh crisscrossed India taking a predetermined number of trains. What did she dub her photographer companion in the journey. The name derives from the French phrase for all purpose.(5) 1
  • 84. Fogg crossing the world |Passepartout
  • 85. What commonly believed and propagated trivia can be busted by citing these examples from Kullu, Kumbakonam, Tirupattur,Barmer, and Panaji? (5) If a group of people from closer home is to be believed , who knows the final outcome of these cinematic moments? (5) 2
  • 86.
  • 87.
  • 88. Pushkar is home to the world’s only Bramha Temple|Bramha by CHandrabindoo
  • 89. Which modern pan Asian restaurant chain shares its name with an American edible import which in most Indian languages derives its name from the Peruvian word for it or the fact that it was confused to be melons. Football loving Bengalis may confuse it to be a Portuguese import though. The restaurant is helmed by a son of a legend . The father famously transformed a local culinary delight from a small UP town into a national craze. As the story goes, he serenaded the family with the secret recipe with alcohol to get insights into what may have possibly been first cooked to solve a teething problem for either pilgrims or local royalty. Which dish ? (5) 3
  • 91. His first moniker resulted because of his leadership in the Bardoli Satyagraha. Another of his famous epithet resulted from his role two decades later and his abilities to negotiate with a group of around 500. Who?(5) On whose life story is the play ‘Mengoubi’ based ? (5) 4
  • 92.
  • 93. Sardar Patel the Iron Man | Irom Sharmila Iron Lady
  • 94. In this sequence from SoTY 2 our man Tiger after being snubbed by his love interest is being chided by his friends by quoting an example from almost two and half decades back . A certain someone decided to live her life on her own accord then and didn’t reciprocate Parmit Sethi’s love. Who is the couple in question his friend refer to? (5) The subtitle writers however uses example from an early nineteenth century work where a certain Mr. Fitzwilliam is up against a Mr. Wickham. Which work is referenced in the subtitle?(5) 5
  • 95.
  • 96. Raj + Simran | Pride and Prejudice
  • 97. Which West Indian competition was named after this Trinidad born gentleman who played 4 test matches in his career. One team in the late eighties and mid nineties dominated the tournament so much that the final was between two teams Divided by medium of instruction. Which was the dominant team? 6
  • 98. Harris Shield | Saradashram
  • 99. Khal Torabully, a Mauritian-French author and poet of Indian origin, once described what as a source not only of the dissolution of identity, but also of beauty and reconstruction, leading to what he terms a ‘coral imaginary’? Two visuals on the next slide to help you tide over? 7
  • 100.
  • 102. • 4 Questions • 5 points each for the answer with numbers NORTH
  • 103. “The idea was to build a search engine wherein you typed the phone number, and it told you who the number belonged to. But telcos weren’t providing the data, they wanted us to do content management instead! They wanted astrology services!... …Here, was a customer willing to pay…that decided it in the end. It is important to do what you want but also important to survive. The astrology business helped me survive. I had 40 astrologers working for me in three shifts.” The starting years of which company is being discussed here? 1
  • 104. To what end would a certain emperor regularly use sixteen young slaves from the harem to make the best of this courtyard? 2
  • 105. This was built by the Kachchhapaghata king Devapala around 11th century CE. It is said that it was the venue of providing education in astrology and mathematics based on the transit of the Sun. There's supposed to be 13 more of this of which two major ones are in Odisha. The unique shape has helped it survive a lot of earthquakes over the centuries and that’s apparently one of the reasons why it inspired something of national importance. What is being talked about? 3
  • 106. Divided into two sections – upper and lower, it was initially established to ensure the supply of clean drinking water to a capital city. Thanks to the Maharajas, it has been a protected area since 1910. Which place, closely associated with the lateral clue shown here, is being talked about? 4
  • 107. “The idea was to build a search engine wherein you typed the phone number, and it told you who the number belonged to. But telcos weren’t providing the data, they wanted us to do content management instead! They wanted astrology services!... …Here, was a customer willing to pay…that decided it in the end. It is important to do what you want but also important to survive. The astrology business helped me survive. I had 40 astrologers working for me in three shifts.” The starting years of which company is being discussed here?
  • 108.
  • 109. To what end would a certain emperor regularly use sixteen young slaves from the harem to make the best of this courtyard?
  • 110.
  • 111. This was built by the Kachchhapaghata king Devapala around 11th century CE. It is said that it was the venue of providing education in astrology and mathematics based on the transit of the Sun. There's supposed to be 13 more of this of which two major ones are in Odisha. The unique shape has helped it survive a lot of earthquakes over the centuries and that’s apparently one of the reasons why it inspired something of national importance. What is being talked about?
  • 113. Divided into two sections – upper and lower, it was initially established to ensure the supply of clean drinking water to a capital city. Thanks to the Maharajas, it has been a protected area since 1910. Which place, closely associated with the lateral clue shown here, is being talked about?
  • 115. • 7 Questions direct • 10 points each ; Part points on offer as specified • We encourage pounce so 10/-5 • Chimp off , we’ll decide when to award points Anticlockwise-I
  • 116. This former trader from JM Financials first made money through inter city stock arbitration. With this capital he bought land and in 1994 had a windfall gain when frost in Brazil ensured he could sell his produce at a premium. Who is the man in question? (5) One of the produce from his group is the product which singularly focuses on the origin of it. Which rich country is this product supposedly from ? 1
  • 117. Ruslan Chagev | Uzbekistan
  • 118. V G Siddhartha | Costa Rica
  • 119. Seen here in a cartoon from the 50s is a gentleman portrayed as Vasudeva carrying his child away under the gauge of the Indian government in the form of Dr. Radhakrishnan. Krishna in the image here was born because of suggestions tabled by an enquiry committee with the Maharaja of Burdwan and the noted physicist Dr. Meghnad Saha as members. Who is the man in question? (5) What is he seen protecting here? (5) 2
  • 120. Ruslan Chagev | Uzbekistan
  • 121. Dr B C Roy | Damodar Valley Corporation
  • 122. Set in the 4th century, this 1966 film required the costume designer to visit Ajanta Caves to study the frescoes of that time. Which contemporary of Gautam Buddha and Mahavira has been played by Sunil Dutt here? (5) Who is the costume designer ? (5) 3
  • 124. What have we blanked out from the two visuals here, marking two of the finest moment in the 1971 narrative. 4
  • 125.
  • 126.
  • 128. First and last recipient of two different awards with common benefactor. Name the two awards. (5+5) 5
  • 129. Jnanpith Award | Moortidevi Award
  • 130. This was promoted as the latest collaboration between two individuals. Name the two people. (5) While talking about their first well known collaboration from 1993, one of them dubbed the other as the oldest kid in film industry. Which work? (5) 6
  • 131. Jungle Jungle | Vishal Bharadwaj and Gulzar
  • 132. This law was adopted keeping in view the situations in an Indian state. However surprisingly most people who got involved was from Gujarat where the people in power used it to subdue a right wing Kisan morcha Which law? (4) Two of the most famous implementation of the same was centered around a 1993 Pali Hill event and one where 26 people were sentenced to death. Identify the two famous cases? (3+3) 7
  • 133. TADA | Rajiv Gandhi Assassination and Sanjay Dutt
  • 134. • 5 Questions • 5 points each for short answers and shorter questions EAST
  • 135. 1) Which is the smallest district of Assam, the latest to be accorded a district status? 2) Which Dover born gentleman was the anthropological adviser to the Government of NEFA? 3) In which largest-of-its-kind wetland would you find eco-tourists sites like Breakfast Island, Honeymoon Island, Becon Island, and Manikpatna? 4) Which Vidhu Binod Chopra film name can finish the title of a Bollywood autobiography which screamed out the vociferousness of the actor? 5) Which colorful two time Wimbledon finalist won the national Tennis championship in 1967?
  • 136. 1) Majuli 2) Verrier Elwin 3) Chilika Lake 4) Khamoshi 5) Illie Nastase
  • 137. • 7 Questions direct • 10 points each ; Part points on offer as specified • We encourage pounce so 10/-5 • Chimp off , we’ll decide when to award points Clockwise-II
  • 138. This is the coat of arms of Mewar. The figure on the left is of a Bhil. Which historical event led to this unusual inclusion? Seen here is the resting ground for which participant of the event ? (5) 1
  • 139.
  • 141. This award for the popularization of Science is UNESCO’s oldest prize, created in 1951 following a donation from which foundation? (5) Which former winner of the medal is also an Emmy winner and a nominee for 2019? (5) 2
  • 142. Kalinga Foundation | David Attenborough
  • 143. Which institution started with only one employee, Sabhapati Mishra whose additional job was to distribute the output from his company to nearby villages and conduct public recitals and reading out of books like history of the Agg/g/gg arwals?(5) The periodical shown here saw genesis in a comment by a stalwart that the Marwari Mahasabha should have separate Journal for religion and not mix it with community issues . Which individual, who refuted all requests from this institution to =pen an article for the periodical, more so after a 1948 event in his compound? (5) 3
  • 144.
  • 145. Gita Press Gorakhpur| G D Birla
  • 146. Till date India have won 49 World championship in this sport including all age groups and form. The most by an individual in this is by the one who started it all in 1987. Name this legend? (5) Which champion athlete is the second in the list with four world championship win till date? (5) 4
  • 148. From the writing of the fiery lady in question, we extract a poem written by a man from the hills. Which event was the backdrop for the peom?(5) Which 1854 narrative poem is this modelled on?(5) 5
  • 149.
  • 150. Chittagong Armory Raid | Charge of Light Brigade
  • 151. A Myth of Two Souls by artist Vasantha Yogananthan is inspired by associated with something and its pervasiveness in everyday Indian life. artist retraces a legendary route from the north to south India for his work. What forms the backdrop for the work?(5) What are the seven chapters of the work Supposed to represent?(5) 6
  • 152.
  • 153. Ramayana | Seven Kandas
  • 154. Literally meaning “land of the singing waves”, which former European colony has been depicted in this 17th century painting? Two possible answers will be accepted. This drone video shows one of the few remnants of a colony that was acquired by the British in 1825 in exchange for the island of Sumatra in Indonesia. Name the colony. 7
  • 155.
  • 157. • 4 Questions on UNESCO Heritage Sites • 5 points each on offer WEST
  • 158. You will watch a clip from a 1980 film with an alliterative title. One part of the title refers to a popular folk theatre form from Western India. In which heritage site was this scene shot? 1
  • 159. This is from the pages of a non profit diarist, a page that traces and narrates tales from what specific things peppering an Indian metropolis? 2
  • 160. Whose severed head is seen here in this painting featuring Jahangir? Which city that is the gateway to two remarkable destination was established by him? 3
  • 161. What once in a decade activity are the people here queueing for? Where are these good holy people standing? 4
  • 162. You will watch a clip from a 1980 film with an alliterative title. One part of the title refers to a popular folk theatre form from Western India. In which heritage site was this scene shot?
  • 164. This is from the pages of a non profit diarist which traces and narrates tales from what specific things peppering an Indian metropolus?
  • 165.
  • 166. Whose severed head is seen here in This painting featuring Jahangir? Which city that is the gateway to two remarkable Indian wonder was established by him?
  • 167.
  • 168. What once in a decade activity are the people here queueing here for? Where are these good holy people standing?
  • 169.
  • 170. • 7 Questions direct • 10 points each ; Part points on offer as specified • We encourage pounce so 10/-5 • Chimp off , we’ll decide when to award points Anticlockwise-II
  • 171. The author Aabid Surti quotes a book he read on the life of people from certain vocation as an inspiration for creating the Bahadur series. Whose work, that more famously inspired another magnum opus involving a family member of his and was shot in Karnataka. 1
  • 173. This work by Pune-based artist Rajyashri Goody is a a rebellion against the hierarchies of caste and an ‘ironic cookbook that remind us how food is caught tightly in the web of caste' . The work includes mention of food in the writing of Dalit authors coupled With Laddoos. What served as the raw material for the Laddoos, most probably a version from ‘Calcutta with Kulluka Bhatta commentary’? 2
  • 174.
  • 176. This princely state in India was the first to declare Hindi as a national language, however the dialect spoken here gets its name from the Land of the tiger . Which princely state also the name for a venerated Indian water body. Which two in a group of nine were sent from here by Maharaja Ramchandra Singh to a friend of his who grew up with him but later ascended a much grander throne. 3
  • 177. Rewa | Birbal and Tansen
  • 178. The latest album by the Mumbai based Gumbal is billed by the group as a fictional reimagining and representation of the thoughts going through someone’s head around fife decades ago. Whose fictional playlist? The man when he visited Mumbai was gifted something that gave him a chance to be richer by Rs 3-lakh during Diwali as the belief was that his recent luck will rub on here. What was the gift? 4
  • 179. Armstrong’s List | Maharashtra State Lottery
  • 180. The final match of the event saw the favorites take on the hosts but torrential rainfall and muddy ground slowed the almost cricketesque goal scoring rate of the favorites. The star player then decided to make a switch and soon things were back on track. The switch was denouncement of an object that is often thought as a reason the vanquished hosts later went to win another famous final 18 years later. Who is the star player ? (5) What switch did he make? (5) 5
  • 182. How can you connect these three clues to an unconfirmed etymology? Explain two of the connections for full points. 6
  • 183. The region is locally known as Sairandhrivanam. And it is thought that the name is an anglicised version of Sairandhri (aka Draupadi) Second theory is the perceived absence of the noisy cicadas Third theory suggests that the name was derived from the Lion Tailed Macaques whose binomial name is Macaca Silenus. Silent Valley National Park
  • 184. Shown here are costume design for dramatic representation of which (5) Which character’s attire is shown in the last slide?(5) 7
  • 185.
  • 186.
  • 187.
  • 188. Haroun and the Sea of Stories | Khatam Sud
  • 189. • 5 Questions • 5 points each for the answers with a pattern SOUTH
  • 190. Roorkee was a potential alternative location but lost out as the city received no financial backing. The place that won the race had the backing of the royal family from the state which not only gave the 371 acres of land but also provided Rs. 5 lakh towards capital expenditure and Rs. 50,000 annually. Money for the remaining annual expenses came from the endowment of a Bombay based gentleman and the Government. What was being set up thus? 1
  • 191. The Chidambaram Nataraja temple, is a Hindu temple dedicated to Nataraja – Shiva as the lord of dance in Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu. The temple wall carvings display almost 108 form of transitions mentioned in which text divided in 36 chapters. 2
  • 192. The Official Anthem of the team from Dindigul in the TNPL 2018 is Idhu Neruppuda. Here is another song titled Neruppuda that can be helpful to figure out the meaning of the song. Based on these name the ‘animal’ whose name is used by the alliterative franchise? 3
  • 193. This company was formed by a set of cousins who had issue with the quality of an item bought from local grocery stores. Named after their original set of products it recently created the concept of the World Vada day on 8th August. ID the company? 4
  • 194. About a 45 year-old decision, possibly taken by a certain Priyadarshini, two of the most important stakeholders had this to say? XY: I think it was a bad call ZY: “As a sportsman I was disappointed, but as an individual I took pride in the fact that my government made the right call,” Give the common proper noun, and which decision were the two individuals reacting to. 5
  • 195. Roorkee was a potential alternative location but lost out as the city received no financial backing. The place that won the race had the backing of the royal family from the state which not only gave the 371 acres of land but also provided Rs. 5 lakh towards capital expenditure and Rs. 50,000 annually. Money for the remaining annual expenses came from the endowment of a Bombay based gentleman and the Government. What was being set up thus?
  • 196. IISC
  • 197. The Chidambaram Nataraja temple, is a Hindu temple dedicated to Nataraja – Shiva as the lord of dance in Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu. The temple wall carvings display almost 108 form of transitions mentioned in which text divided in 36 chapters.
  • 198.
  • 199. The Official Anthem of the team from Dindigul in the TNPL 2018 is Idhu Neruppuda. Here is another song titled Neruppuda that can be helpful to figure out the meaning of the song. Based on these name the ‘animal’ whose name is used by the alliterative franchise?
  • 200. Dragon
  • 201. This company was formed by a set of cousins who had issue with the quality of an item bought from local grocery stores. Named after their original set of products it recently created the concept of the World Vada day on 8th August. ID the company?
  • 202.
  • 203. About a 45 year-old decision, possibly taken by a certain Priyadarshini, two of the most important stakeholders had this to say. XY: I think it was a bad call ZY: As a sportsman I was disappointed, but as an individual I took pride in the fact that my government made the right call Give the common proper noun, and say which decision were the two individuals reacting to.
  • 204. Amritraj | Boycotting Davis Cup Final

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