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U-25 General Quiz Finals

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U-25 General Quiz Finals

  1. 1. Grand Finale Research, Presentation & Conduction by : SOMNATH CHANDA
  2. 2. RoundsRounds
  3. 3. Round 1
  4. 4. • 5 questions.5 questions. • Each question carries 5 marks.Each question carries 5 marks. • Full house ensure 5 bonus.Full house ensure 5 bonus.
  5. 5. *
  6. 6. Hugh JackmanHugh Jackman *
  7. 7. 1
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  10. 10. 4
  11. 11. 5
  12. 12. 1
  13. 13. Akhilesh YadavAkhilesh Yadav 1
  14. 14. 2
  15. 15. R.K. PachauriR.K. Pachauri 2
  16. 16. 3
  17. 17. Samuel BeckettSamuel Beckett 3
  18. 18. 4
  19. 19. William & KateWilliam & Kate 4
  20. 20. 5
  21. 21. Caroline WozniackyCaroline Wozniacky 5
  22. 22. Round 2
  23. 23. • 15 questions.15 questions. • Infinite Bounce + PounceInfinite Bounce + Pounce • Flat scoring of 10 points.Flat scoring of 10 points. • Half points, if any, is totally QM’sHalf points, if any, is totally QM’s discretion.discretion.
  24. 24. It so happened thatIt so happened that a quiz contesta quiz contest was aired onwas aired on Doordarshan in February 1967, in which participantsDoordarshan in February 1967, in which participants could easily answer questions from the Greekcould easily answer questions from the Greek mythology, but were unable to reply to the question ‘Inmythology, but were unable to reply to the question ‘In the Ramayana,the Ramayana, who was Rama’s motherwho was Rama’s mother?’.?’. What happenedWhat happened as a result of that?as a result of that? *
  25. 25. Amar Chitra Katha was foundedAmar Chitra Katha was founded *
  26. 26. X’s grandfather,X’s grandfather, BrajendralalBrajendralal was thewas the first Indianfirst Indian classical music teacher at Rabindranath Tagore’sclassical music teacher at Rabindranath Tagore’s ShantiniketanShantiniketan and also a prominent freedom fighter. Inand also a prominent freedom fighter. In fact, this particularfact, this particular song was written by Tagore as asong was written by Tagore as a tributetribute to him.to him. Who is Brajendralal’s grandson?Who is Brajendralal’s grandson?    1
  27. 27. Ash KingAsh King 1
  28. 28. Out of 2000 hopefuls, NewOut of 2000 hopefuls, New York basedYork based 12-year-old Neel12-year-old Neel SethiSethi has been selected by Jonhas been selected by Jon Favreau for his latest project,Favreau for his latest project, because Neelbecause Neel ‘has the same‘has the same emotional and physicalemotional and physical qualities that the centralqualities that the central character demonstrated in thecharacter demonstrated in the 1967 venture’.1967 venture’. What was thisWhat was this selectionselection allall about?about? 2
  29. 29. He has been chosen to play Mowgli in theHe has been chosen to play Mowgli in the forthcoming Jungle Book movieforthcoming Jungle Book movie 2
  30. 30. The Battle of GradientThe Battle of Gradient which started onwhich started on paperpaper withwith some complications oversome complications over mathematical calculationsmathematical calculations,, resulted in theresulted in the permanent falloutpermanent fallout between two verybetween two very goodgood ‘friends’‘friends’. The one, who thought to have been the. The one, who thought to have been the second best in that ugly fight, later described thissecond best in that ugly fight, later described this bitter episode as ‘bitter episode as ‘his Bakerloohis Bakerloo’.’. Fought in theFought in the early part of the 20early part of the 20thth CenturyCentury, what was, what was thisthis all aboutall about?? (vis – next slide)(vis – next slide) 3
  31. 31. 3
  32. 32. Fallout between Edwin Lutyens &Fallout between Edwin Lutyens & Herbert Baker over the construction ofHerbert Baker over the construction of Rashtrapati BhavanRashtrapati Bhavan 3
  33. 33. InIn men’s singlesmen’s singles, this, this seemingly impossible featseemingly impossible feat waswas achieved byachieved by 10 players10 players, since recorded from 1968. The, since recorded from 1968. The latest to do that waslatest to do that was Emilio Gomez of ChileEmilio Gomez of Chile during hisduring his Davis Cup 1Davis Cup 1stst round match againstround match against Adam HornbyAdam Hornby ofof Barbados in 2016. InBarbados in 2016. In women’s singleswomen’s singles, similar feat has, similar feat has been performedbeen performed more frequentlymore frequently and the last one to doand the last one to do that wasthat was Victoria AzarenkaVictoria Azarenka en-route to her victory overen-route to her victory over Alison van Uytvanck in the 2016 Aus Open.Alison van Uytvanck in the 2016 Aus Open. WhichWhich special achievementspecial achievement is this?is this? 4
  34. 34. Winning a match with the scorelineWinning a match with the scoreline 6-0, 6-0, 6-06-0, 6-0, 6-0 4
  35. 35. From the visual clue, try toFrom the visual clue, try to figure outfigure out a companya company whichwhich has beenhas been founded in 1978founded in 1978 andand headquartered inheadquartered in MumbaiMumbai. It’s brand. It’s brand ambassadors included –ambassadors included – MSDMSD,, Saif Ali KhanSaif Ali Khan and alsoand also Boris BeckerBoris Becker.. 5
  36. 36. SiyaramSiyaram 5
  37. 37. Contrary toContrary to popular beliefspopular beliefs, it was known to the, it was known to the ancient Babylonians and Egyptiansancient Babylonians and Egyptians at least a 1000at least a 1000 years before X was born. Anyears before X was born. An Indian textIndian text, from a, from a century before X, contains thecentury before X, contains the first mathematicalfirst mathematical proofproof. Later on, 350 different ways has been suggested. Later on, 350 different ways has been suggested to prove the matter.to prove the matter. What, very much part of ourWhat, very much part of our school curriculumschool curriculum, am I, am I talking about?talking about? (Clue – X’s statue at his birthplace also celebrates this fact)(Clue – X’s statue at his birthplace also celebrates this fact) 6
  38. 38. Pythagoras TheoremPythagoras Theorem 6
  39. 39. ThisThis photoshopped imagephotoshopped image of lateof late Lady DianaLady Diana meetingmeeting Kate Middleton, along withKate Middleton, along with the royal baby, was highlythe royal baby, was highly praised for it’spraised for it’s perfectionperfection.. WhichWhich celebritycelebrity, much, much shorter than Dianashorter than Diana,, featured in that originalfeatured in that original 1997-photo?1997-photo? 7
  40. 40. Mother TeresaMother Teresa 7
  41. 41. According to The Observer,According to The Observer, ‘‘no other band, since theno other band, since the Beatles, has given so much to pop culture’Beatles, has given so much to pop culture’ andand accordingly, in 2014, the accordingly, in 2014, the Grammy AcademyGrammy Academy honoredhonored the band with athe band with a Lifetime Achievement AwardLifetime Achievement Award.. Identify theIdentify the groupgroup considered to be theconsidered to be the pioneer in theirpioneer in their genre of musicgenre of music.. 8
  42. 42. KraftwerkKraftwerk 8
  43. 43. * As the Mayor of Calcutta Corporation,As the Mayor of Calcutta Corporation, Netaji SubhashNetaji Subhash Chandra BoseChandra Bose originally planned the ‘originally planned the ‘Congress HouseCongress House’’ and theand the foundation stone was laid by Rabindranathfoundation stone was laid by Rabindranath TagoreTagore. But, disappearance of Netaji stopped the. But, disappearance of Netaji stopped the construction work and after independence construction work and after independence Dr. BidhanDr. Bidhan Chandra RoyChandra Roy had to step in to complete the had to step in to complete the constructon.constructon. How do weHow do we presently knowpresently know this building better? this building better? 
  44. 44. * Mahajati SadanMahajati Sadan
  45. 45. 9 Hotel CornavinHotel Cornavin, overlooking, overlooking Lake GenevaLake Geneva, was built in, was built in 1932-33. Since1932-33. Since 19561956, fan-mails are sent with the address, fan-mails are sent with the address Room No. 122Room No. 122, Second Floor, despite having no such, Second Floor, despite having no such room there. The authorities later decided toroom there. The authorities later decided to add a dooradd a door with a plaque having the no. 122with a plaque having the no. 122 and placed it on aand placed it on a wall.wall. Why such thing happened?Why such thing happened? (vis of the hotel – next slide)(vis of the hotel – next slide)
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  47. 47. Prof. Calculus stayed there inProf. Calculus stayed there in The Calculus AffairThe Calculus Affair 9
  48. 48. When offered thisWhen offered this acting partacting part, the lady got confused, the lady got confused but later agreed to do it after knowing that thebut later agreed to do it after knowing that the scenescene would be awould be a tributetribute toto one of the iconic scenesone of the iconic scenes of anof an yesteryear’s movie.yesteryear’s movie. Identify theIdentify the lady in yellow sareelady in yellow saree.. Also, identify theAlso, identify the yesteryear’s movieyesteryear’s movie.. 10
  49. 49. Kalpana Patowary & Joy Baba FelunathKalpana Patowary & Joy Baba Felunath 10
  50. 50. Practised mainly in the states ofPractised mainly in the states of Rajasthan & GujaratRajasthan & Gujarat,, it is ait is a type of dyeingtype of dyeing where bright colours likewhere bright colours like red,red, green, yellow and blackgreen, yellow and black are used. Several motifs likeare used. Several motifs like dots, squares, waves and stripes are intricately weaveddots, squares, waves and stripes are intricately weaved in the final product.in the final product. Identify this technique, meaningIdentify this technique, meaning tying uptying up, which also, which also gave its name to agave its name to a particular type of dress materialparticular type of dress material.. 11
  51. 51. 11 BandhniBandhni
  52. 52. Briefly considered joining theBriefly considered joining the Indian ArmyIndian Army, he realised, he realised his long-cherished dream ofhis long-cherished dream of climbing Mt. Everest onclimbing Mt. Everest on 1616thth May, 1998May, 1998 and in the process, becameand in the process, became one of theone of the youngest to achieve that featyoungest to achieve that feat at that time. Hisat that time. His autobiography, titledautobiography, titled ‘Mud, Sweat & Tears’‘Mud, Sweat & Tears’ waswas named one of the most influential book in China.named one of the most influential book in China. Who?Who? 12
  53. 53. Bear GryllsBear Grylls 12
  54. 54. For theFor the picturisationpicturisation of this song, theof this song, the directordirector wantedwanted somesome young crowdyoung crowd to fill in as the hippies. When with histo fill in as the hippies. When with his scouting team he went to thescouting team he went to the St. Xaviers, MumbaiSt. Xaviers, Mumbai, a, a young studentyoung student volunteered himselfvolunteered himself since he was a greatsince he was a great fan of R.D. Burman.fan of R.D. Burman. Identify him, whoseIdentify him, whose only uncreditedonly uncredited filmy venture is this.filmy venture is this. 13
  55. 55. Sunil GavaskarSunil Gavaskar 13
  56. 56. In Hindu tradition, In Hindu tradition, ManuManu is the name accorded to is the name accorded to the the progenitor of humanityprogenitor of humanity, who appears in the world, who appears in the world at the start of aat the start of a new kalpanew kalpa, after universal destruction., after universal destruction. According to the Puranas,According to the Puranas, 14 Manus14 Manus appear inappear in each kalpa.each kalpa. What is thisWhat is this period of each Manuperiod of each Manu called?called? (Clue – In Bengal, this particular word was once used with a negative(Clue – In Bengal, this particular word was once used with a negative connotation)connotation) 14
  57. 57. ManvantarManvantar 14
  58. 58. WhichWhich teamteam’s name has’s name has been edited out from thisbeen edited out from this wiki-profile of someonewiki-profile of someone who was once survived anwho was once survived an attack by a gunmanattack by a gunman namednamed Elton BlakeElton Blake and on anotherand on another occasion miraculouslyoccasion miraculously survived asurvived a plane-crashplane-crash wherewhere 8 members of his8 members of his team diedteam died?? 15
  59. 59. Melchester RoversMelchester Rovers 15
  60. 60. Round 3
  61. 61. • Non-exhaustive clues.Non-exhaustive clues. • One try for the theme answer after each clue.One try for the theme answer after each clue. • Marks for theMarks for the Theme-AnswerTheme-Answer is given in everyis given in every slide.slide. • Individual answers will fetch 5 marks each.Individual answers will fetch 5 marks each.
  62. 62. 1 +30/-15+30/-15
  63. 63. 2 +25/-12+25/-12
  64. 64. 3 +20/-10+20/-10
  65. 65. 4 +16/-08+16/-08
  66. 66. 5 +12/-06+12/-06
  67. 67. 6 +08/-04+08/-04
  68. 68. 7 +04/-02+04/-02
  69. 69. 8 +02/-00+02/-00
  70. 70. 1
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  78. 78. Theme is :--Theme is :-- *
  79. 79. Round 4
  80. 80. • 5 questions.5 questions. • Each question carries 5 marks.Each question carries 5 marks. • Full house ensure 5 bonus.Full house ensure 5 bonus.
  81. 81. *
  82. 82. M.F. HussainM.F. Hussain *
  83. 83. 1
  84. 84. 2
  85. 85. 3
  86. 86. 4
  87. 87. 5
  88. 88. 1
  89. 89. Mrinalini SarabhaiMrinalini Sarabhai 1
  90. 90. 2
  91. 91. Saeed JaffreySaeed Jaffrey 2
  92. 92. 3
  93. 93. Steve JobsSteve Jobs 3
  94. 94. 4
  95. 95. APJ Abdul KalamAPJ Abdul Kalam 4
  96. 96. 5
  97. 97. Johan CruyffJohan Cruyff 5
  98. 98. Eugene DelacroixEugene Delacroix 4
  99. 99. Round 5
  100. 100. • 15 questions.15 questions. • Infinite Bounce + PounceInfinite Bounce + Pounce • Flat scoring of 10 points.Flat scoring of 10 points. • Half points, if any, is totally QM’sHalf points, if any, is totally QM’s discretion.discretion.
  101. 101. * Son of a middle-classSon of a middle-class Brahmin familyBrahmin family, this, this highlyhighly experienced personexperienced person worked in fifty six different trades,worked in fifty six different trades, both business and service including, in thirty-threeboth business and service including, in thirty-three cities all over India. His story is soon going to becities all over India. His story is soon going to be immortalised in aimmortalised in a forthcoming hindi movieforthcoming hindi movie starringstarring Paresh Rawal.Paresh Rawal. WhoWho am I talking about?am I talking about?
  102. 102. Tarini KhuroTarini Khuro *
  103. 103. Last March,Last March, Rajveer MeenaRajveer Meena, an alumnus of VIT, an alumnus of VIT University has attempted to get into theUniversity has attempted to get into the GuinnessGuinness World RecordWorld Record by breaking the record set by Chao Luby breaking the record set by Chao Lu of China in 2005. Rajveer’s effort was videographedof China in 2005. Rajveer’s effort was videographed andand documenteddocumented in the presence of 13 witnessesin the presence of 13 witnesses (representatives from media, NGOs, social(representatives from media, NGOs, social organizations, professionals) and 20 Professors fromorganizations, professionals) and 20 Professors from the VIT University and other colleges.the VIT University and other colleges. WhichWhich recordrecord did he set?did he set? 1
  104. 104. 1
  105. 105. 1 Recalling 70,000 digits in theRecalling 70,000 digits in the mathematical value of Pimathematical value of Pi
  106. 106. On the occasion of theOn the occasion of the 8080thth AnniversaryAnniversary of aof a sensational eventsensational event, luxury-shipping company Jacobite, luxury-shipping company Jacobite Cruises, struck a deal ofCruises, struck a deal of £1million insurance package£1million insurance package with local firm Towergate Moray Firth in 2013.with local firm Towergate Moray Firth in 2013. Director of the firm later said,Director of the firm later said, “This is probably the“This is probably the most unusual insurance request we have ever had, butmost unusual insurance request we have ever had, but we are delighted to provide cover.”we are delighted to provide cover.” WhatWhat was it all about?was it all about? 2
  107. 107. Being attacked by Loch Ness MonsterBeing attacked by Loch Ness Monster 2
  108. 108. For theFor the first timefirst time in its history, the Internationalin its history, the International Olympic Committee has announced that the nationsOlympic Committee has announced that the nations competing at the next Summer Games at Rio will becompeting at the next Summer Games at Rio will be joined byjoined by a new teama new team. The athletes are handpicked by. The athletes are handpicked by the coaches and are being trained under thethe coaches and are being trained under the supervisionsupervision of IOCof IOC. Three of the athletes has already been selected –. Three of the athletes has already been selected – Yusra MardiniYusra Mardini (swimming),(swimming), Raheleh AsemaniRaheleh Asemani (taekwondo) &(taekwondo) & Popele MisengaPopele Misenga (judo).(judo). What is soWhat is so specialspecial about this new team?about this new team? (vis – next slide)(vis – next slide) 3
  109. 109. 3
  110. 110. Team Refugee Olympic Athletes (ROA)Team Refugee Olympic Athletes (ROA) 3
  111. 111. It is estimated thatIt is estimated that 138138 of theseof these still survivestill survive in thisin this African country, varying widely inAfrican country, varying widely in layoutlayout,, sizesize, location, location and purpose. The first, recorded one, was built inand purpose. The first, recorded one, was built in 26502650 BCBC for Djoser. Snefru, the greatest among hisfor Djoser. Snefru, the greatest among his contemporaries oncecontemporaries once moved 9 million tonnes of rawmoved 9 million tonnes of raw materialsmaterials to build three successive ones.to build three successive ones. Identify theseIdentify these landmarkslandmarks, whose, whose smaller onessmaller ones werewere believed to have served asbelieved to have served as territorial markersterritorial markers oror tax-collection centrestax-collection centres.. 4
  112. 112. Pyramids in EgyptPyramids in Egypt 4
  113. 113. According to theAccording to the RamayanaRamayana, his, his mother was Iravatimother was Iravati.. According to theAccording to the MatangalilaMatangalila, he was born, he was born when when Brahma sang sacred hymnsBrahma sang sacred hymns over the halves of over the halves of the egg shell from which the egg shell from which Garuda hatchedGaruda hatched. He is. He is highly revered in countries likehighly revered in countries like LaosLaos andand ThailandThailand.. Identify thisIdentify this charactercharacter from the mythology.from the mythology. 5
  114. 114. AiravataAiravata 5
  115. 115. Identify theIdentify the lyricist-singerlyricist-singer of thisof this inspirational songinspirational song which shares it’s name with awhich shares it’s name with a 2003-bengali movie2003-bengali movie starring Jeet and astarring Jeet and a 2000-hindi movie2000-hindi movie starringstarring Sunny Deol.Sunny Deol. 6
  116. 116. 6
  117. 117. Paul-Ferdinand GachetPaul-Ferdinand Gachet was a noted was a noted French physicianFrench physician ofof his time. A great supporter of thehis time. A great supporter of the ImpressionistImpressionist MovementMovement, he was, he was immortalisedimmortalised by one of hisby one of his patientspatients who once wrote to his sister,who once wrote to his sister, “I have found a true“I have found a true friend in Dr. Gachet, something like another brother, sofriend in Dr. Gachet, something like another brother, so much do we resemble each other physically and alsomuch do we resemble each other physically and also mentally.”mentally.” WhoWho was this patient?was this patient? HowHow did he immortalisedid he immortalise Paul Gachet?Paul Gachet? 7
  118. 118. Van Gogh & the paintingVan Gogh & the painting ‘‘Portrait of Dr. Gachet’Portrait of Dr. Gachet’ 7
  119. 119. Cooked by frying, baking, steaming or braising in sauce,Cooked by frying, baking, steaming or braising in sauce, meatballmeatball is is ground or minced meat rolled into aground or minced meat rolled into a small ballsmall ball, sometimes along with other ingredients, such, sometimes along with other ingredients, such as bread crumbs, minced onion, eggs, butter andas bread crumbs, minced onion, eggs, butter and seasonings.seasonings. Due to the similar looking appearance, whichDue to the similar looking appearance, which 1958-1958- founded organisation’s logofounded organisation’s logo is also called Meatball?is also called Meatball? (bigger vis – next slide)(bigger vis – next slide) 8
  120. 120. 8
  121. 121. 8 NASANASA
  122. 122. As per the folklore, theAs per the folklore, the dacoits in Bengal used todacoits in Bengal used to worship Goddess Kaliworship Goddess Kali before going into any of theirbefore going into any of their daring missions.daring missions. Similarly, famedSimilarly, famed Matadors or the bull-fightersMatadors or the bull-fighters of Spainof Spain are known to worship whom before going into theare known to worship whom before going into the ring?ring? *
  123. 123. Alexander FlemingAlexander Fleming *
  124. 124. For theFor the first timefirst time in it’s history, ain it’s history, a mascotmascot was createdwas created for thefor the State GamesState Games. The mascot, titled. The mascot, titled AbangAbang createdcreated a confusion because of it’s supposed resemblancea confusion because of it’s supposed resemblance with bothwith both rat and squirrelrat and squirrel.. WhoWho coinedcoined the name Abang?the name Abang? What doesWhat does Abang supposedly stand forAbang supposedly stand for?? (vis – next slide)(vis – next slide) 9
  125. 125. 9
  126. 126. Mamata Banerjee & Amar BanglaMamata Banerjee & Amar Bangla 9
  127. 127.   Born into a Jewish family, thisBorn into a Jewish family, this well knownwell known literary figure-cum-literary figure-cum- social activistsocial activist’s’s most famousmost famous workwork waswas completed in 1883completed in 1883 asas a donation to ‘a donation to ‘an auction ofan auction of artart and literary worksand literary works’’.. Where can youWhere can you findfind that work,that work, which has been given awhich has been given a permanent resting place inpermanent resting place in 19031903?? 10
  128. 128. At the base of Statue of LibertyAt the base of Statue of Liberty 10
  129. 129. Set up on the model ofSet up on the model of Oxford & CambridgeOxford & Cambridge, t, thehe University of TravancoreUniversity of Travancore, now Kerala University,, now Kerala University, came into existence on Nov 1, 1937. To show itscame into existence on Nov 1, 1937. To show its superiority over other desi collegessuperiority over other desi colleges, something was, something was proposedproposed by the then Diwan of Travancoreby the then Diwan of Travancore Sir C.P.Sir C.P. Ramaswamy AiyarRamaswamy Aiyar and the university was even readyand the university was even ready for a monthly expenditure of Rs. 6000/- for that.for a monthly expenditure of Rs. 6000/- for that. What was being proposed by Sir Aiyar thatWhat was being proposed by Sir Aiyar that didn’tdidn’t materialisematerialise because of somebecause of some ‘personal reasons’‘personal reasons’?? 11
  130. 130. Albert Einstein was offered the post of VCAlbert Einstein was offered the post of VC 11
  131. 131. Movie -Movie - SinghasanSinghasan (starring Jeetendra and Jaya Prada)(starring Jeetendra and Jaya Prada) ; Composer –; Composer – Bappi LahiriBappi Lahiri ; Lyricist – Indeevar …..; Lyricist – Indeevar ….. identify theidentify the female singerfemale singer in this duet with Kishorein this duet with Kishore Kumar.Kumar. 12
  132. 132. P. SusheelaP. Susheela 12
  133. 133. It’sIt’s originorigin is shrouded in mystery. Some say, itis shrouded in mystery. Some say, it originated from Bengaloriginated from Bengal. But as per the the most. But as per the the most accepted fact, Mughal Empressaccepted fact, Mughal Empress Noor JehanNoor Jehan got thegot the idea after she sawidea after she saw some paintings on the wall of asome paintings on the wall of a Persian PalacePersian Palace during a royal visit.during a royal visit. TheThe origin and growthorigin and growth of ‘what’ in the Indianof ‘what’ in the Indian subcontinent thus owed a lot to Noor Jehan?subcontinent thus owed a lot to Noor Jehan? (Clue - It needs a great dedication and guile to perform(Clue - It needs a great dedication and guile to perform ZanjeeraZanjeera,, TaipchiTaipchi,, PechniPechni and others for a perfect outcome)and others for a perfect outcome) 13
  134. 134. ChikankariChikankari 13
  135. 135. Chhagan BhujbalChhagan Bhujbal who was once used to be awho was once used to be a vegetable seller, has recently been charged in a Rs 800vegetable seller, has recently been charged in a Rs 800 cr scam. Like many politicians, he is also acr scam. Like many politicians, he is also a businessmanbusinessman, investing in several kinds of business., investing in several kinds of business. One of his ventures isOne of his ventures is Armstrong Energy Pvt Ltd.Armstrong Energy Pvt Ltd. - a- a biomass power plant.biomass power plant. What is theWhat is the supposed inspirationsupposed inspiration behind the name ofbehind the name of that company?that company? 14
  136. 136. His own surname --His own surname -- Bhuj means Arm & Bal means StrongBhuj means Arm & Bal means Strong 14
  137. 137. Rabindranath Tagore’s 1912-essayRabindranath Tagore’s 1912-essay BharatbarserBharatbarser Itihash-er DharaItihash-er Dhara was released a year later with the titlewas released a year later with the title My Interpretation of Indian HistoryMy Interpretation of Indian History after beingafter being translated into English by Jadunath Sarkar. Thoughtranslated into English by Jadunath Sarkar. Though both the titles’ importance has become only academic,both the titles’ importance has become only academic, thethe resultant lyrical by-productresultant lyrical by-product of the above-of the above- mentioned works has it’s own place ofmentioned works has it’s own place of importanceimportance among all the Indiansamong all the Indians.. Explain.Explain. 15
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