• X was a French lawyer and politician, and
one of the best-known and most influential
figures of the French Revolution, the
defense of the Republic, and the Reign of
• As a member of the Estates-General,
the Constituent Assembly and the Jacobin
Club, X was an outspoken advocate of the
poor and of democratic institutions
• At the morning of his execution in
Guillotine he tried to commit suicide by an
pistol but managed only to shatter his
lower jaw, although some eyewitnesses
claimed that he was shot by Charles-André
Merda as potraied in a painting of
• Identify X?
• The Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is a unique
national forest park located in Zhangjiajie City in
northern Hunan Province in the People's Republic of
• In 1982 it was recognized as China's first national forest
park with an area of 11900acre.
• From 1992 UNESCO World Heritage Site.
• One of the park's quartz-sandstone pillars, the 1,080-
metre (3,540 ft) Southern Sky Column, had been
officially renamed following some incident.
• Which Incident and Named what?
• Picture in Next slide.
• Born May 28, 1934 just outside Callander, Ontario, near
the village of CorbeilIn, canada they earned about $1
million and attracted about $51 million in total tourist
revenue to Ontario to visit them . Their habitant became
Ontario's biggest tourist attraction of the era, surpassing
the Canadian side of Niagara Falls.
• Later they featured the following
• The Country Doctor
• Five of a Kind
• They are one of the tragic example of nation greed over
material value as destroying their childhood.
• Picture in Next slide
Dionne quintuplets the first quintuplets known
to have survived their infancy.
The marked habitat are the largest
Cushitic-speaking tribal group of
people living in Northeast Africa as
a community in the Horn of Africa
for several millennia.
They have several related ethenic
group Afar, Agaw, Amhara, Beja,
Saho, Somali, Tigray, Tigre etc.
Malik ambar,Abebe Bikila Kenenisa
Bekele belong to this ethenic
Whom am I talking about?
Oromo Tribes-Ethiopia Olympian Feyisa Lilesa Protests
also belong to Oromo people
• What is common in Blank?
• Bikaner …………………… Corps (Till Today)
• Dromedarii (Roman Empire)
• Imperial …………………… Corps
• Méhariste (France)
• Somaliland Corps
• Sudan The Hazana (Sudan)
• Tropas Nomadas (Spain)
• U.S. ……………… Corps
• Zaptié (Tripolitania, Cyrenaica, Eritrea and Italian
Somaliland between 1889 and 1942. )
• A genetic Phenomena X is a single organism composed
of cells from different zygotes. This can result in male
and female organs, two blood types, or subtle
variations in form.
• Animal X are produced by the merger of multiple
• In plant X however, the distinct types of tissue may
originate from the same zygote, and the difference is
often due to mutation during ordinary cell division.
• The Dutch sprinter Foekje Dillema in 1950 and 2002,
Lydia Fairchild came to news for this reason.
• Identify X?
Known as "The Mozart of football" or Der
Papierene – 'The Paper Man‘ for his slight
build, he was renowned as one of the
finest pre-war footballers, known for his
fantastic dribbling ability and creativity. He
was voted the best Austrian footballer of
the 20th Century in a 1999 poll by the
International Federation of Football
History and Statistics.
Being captain of Wunderteam led by
manager Hugo Meisl, the team had an
unbeaten streak of 14 games between
April 1931 and December 1932.
• Stairwells were often very carefully designed in
Medieval Castles that curved up to towers often
curved very narrowly and in a clockwise direction as
shown in the picture. What is the main reason behind
This meant that any attackers coming up the
stairs had their sword hands (right hand) against
the interior curve of the wall and this made it
very difficult for them to swing their swords.
Defenders had their sword hands on the outside
wall, which meant they had more room to
Written Round R3
• In this Round we will show you 8
famous Temples OUTSIDE INDIA..
• 8 questions
• 5 points for each correct answer.
• Full house ensures bonus 10
• A set
• Infinite Bounce
X’s graphic was as weird as it was
wonderful. There’s that winged
cherub with curls of fire sat astride a
The cherub’s left hand is grasping a
triangle, while his right hand holds a
spoon-shaped beater. The arch of his
right foot is balanced on top of the
rear tone control. Six-sided yellow
stars orbit around him. Swirling
circles of blues, greens, and yellows
adorn the rest of the body, with a
sun and mountain range on the
• Besides the chance to be amusing X had a more
serious motive in writing Y.
• At the time, cremation was still unlawful. X'
father had been a member of the Cremation
Society of Great Britain, which was campaigning
to have it made legal. When his father died, X was
unable to have him cremated as he would have
• However, eight years later he was able to give
publicity to the cause through what he wrote.
• When Moulana Bhashani proposed to drop Muslim from
the name Awami Muslim League, it was opposed by
Suhrawardy on the ground that the time was not yet right.
He was supported by both Bangabandhu and Khondakar
• Bhashani could not pass it in Council and took his proposal
to a mass meeting. Khondakar Mustaque’s opposition to
the proposal was a sinister one. He organised Madrassa
teachers and students to be at the front and near the
pandel so that they could oppose and cause disturbances.
• What happened next?
• Bhashani seeing the plot, asked the crowd and
the Madrassa teachers/students, whether
Allah is the Lord of the Mankind and all the
creations or only of the Muslims. The reply
was a roaring “Lord of the Mankind”. Then
Bhashani announced “from now Awami
League will be a party for ALL, not just for
Muslims; so the party will be known as Awami
• Yama appeared as Vidura on earth as
a result of curse by Sage Mandavya.
• Legend has it that once Sage
Mandavya was in deep meditation in
his ashram. A group of thieves who
were being chased by soldiers ran into
the ashram and hid inside it. Sage
Mandavya was immersed in his
meditation and was unaware of what
was happening around him. The
soldiers caught the thieves from the
ashram and accused the sage of
assisting the thieves. The soldiers in a
fit of rage thrust a spear into the sage.
• Sage then cursed Yama to take birth
of earth in the womb of woman who
will be a Dasi.Thus Vidura was born as
the son of Sage Vyasa and a dasi .
• This incident is significant for another
reason also. What?
• The sage also established a dictum that a wrong
act as per the code of ethical conduct – the
Dharma Sastra, shall not be considered sinful if
committed by one below the AGE OF
• The aspect of juvenile delinquency was also
considered and codified in accordance with the
• X became part of the Signal Corps
Reserve and was appointed staff
sergeant with the 166th Signal
Photographic Company, the official
photo unit in General Patton’s Third
Army during the Second World War.
• X frequently got ‘very good’ in his
reports on his work in both film and
still photos. Combat footage that he
shot was used in the Oscar-winning
short Eisenhower: True Glory (1945)
and the 1970 releases The Rise and
Fall of the Third Reich and Patton.
• The film director Steven Spielberg
expressed admiration for X 's combat
footage in a documentary, Shooting
War (2002), that includes one of the
last interviews with X.
• If we had a military division
with the bullet-carrying
capacity of X it would face
any army in the world...
They can face machine guns
with the invulnerability of
tanks. They are like Zulus
whom even Y could not stop.
-Major G.P.W. Meredith
of the Seventh Heavy
Battery of the Royal
(After the first
unsuccessful attempt on
• A Burial At Ornans is a painting of 1849–50 by Gustave Courbet. The
painting records the funeral in September 1848 of his great-uncle in the
painter's birthplace, the small town of Ornans.
• Courbet said: "The Burial at Ornans was in reality the burial of X.”
• It is one of the best spots
for diving in Thingvellir
National Park, Iceland and
many people find this rift
unique on an international
• The reason for its fame is
the astounding visibility in
the clear, cold ground water
and the magnificent
• The diver's right hand is on the North
American Plate and the left hand on the
Connect above images with a person’s quote.
Connect above images with an error regarding that quote
• X started to collect subscriptions
for Y from Calcutta and
Copenhagen from 1800, when its
• The cost of building was
Rs.18,500. The Marquis of
Wellesley gave Rs.1000.
• But unfortunately, its work could
not be finished before his demise
in 1805. The tall steeple of Y
could be clearly seen from his
palace and the story goes that X
looking out upon Y he was dying
said, “It is finished”.
• Thus Y was named after X.
• ‘’The idea so possessed my mind, that a thrill of fear ran
through me, and I wished to exchange the ghastly image of
my fancy for the realities around. I see them still; the very
room, the dark parquet, the closed shutters, with the
moonlight struggling through…..’’- X wrote in the preface
to the 1831 edition of Y.
• The astronomers took topographic measurements of the
terrain and pored through weather records from the time
period to get a better idea of lunar activity in June 1816.
They calculated that a bright, gibbous moon would have
cleared the hillside and shone directly into X 's bedroom
window just before 2 a.m. on June 16.
• "a man of many talents – an
educationist, a sportsman, a
dynamic organizer, an
incurable optimist with a wry
sense of humor, dramatist,
actor and a well – known
patron of the arts and music ”
• X was an important figure in
theatre in the city, as an actor
and organiser. He acted in the
film Shakespeare Wallah.
• He was profiled as a theatre
person in a 1961 book by
Rekha Menon. The author
thought of him as primarily an
actor, and wrote (amusingly):
"When X is not acting in plays,
he is founding schools’’ .
• A simple red stone slab, three yards
long, two yards wide, a few inches
deep with a hollowed out centre
marks the spot.
• The slab itself bears no inscription
whatsoever, allowing a small portion
of the grave to remain open to the
sky. The grave is inside the tomb
complex, of Sheikh Zainuddin Shirazi.
• The cost of the tomb is said to have
been only 14 rupees and 12 annas.
• The tomb is now surrounded by a
perforated marble screen. This was
placed here in 1921 by the Nizam of
Hyderabad at the suggestion of the
erstwhile British Viceroy, Lord Curzon.
• Whose tomb?
• Sundarban is delimited in
the north by the so called
X demarcating the
northern extension of the
intertidal zone marked by
mangrove forests of
• This line closely
corresponds to Kakdwip –
Basirhat – Dhaka
lineament picked up from
A set Researched
and Prepared by
Eminent Archaeologist B.B. Lal concluded that this fort city
flourished between 3rd century BC and 4th century AD. On the
basis of the findings, M. Smith and R. Mohanty claim that the
fortified city flourished from around 5th century BC and
probably lasted well after the 4th century. Thus, this defensive
settlement originated prior to the Mauryan empire.
The first excavations at the site were carried out by B.B. Lal in 1948.
An American-Indian team took up work in 2001.
The well-known historian Karuna Sagar Behera has voiced serious
concern over the preservation of material unearthed from the site
and notes, "It is a shame that some gold coins and terracotta pottery
found at the place during the first excavation in the late 1940s were
• English drama critic Thomas Rymer coined the phrase
in The Tragedies of the Last Age Considere'd (1678) to
describe how a work should inspire
proper moral behaviour in its audience by illustrating
the triumph of good over evil.
• The demand for X is consistent in Classical authorities
and shows up in Horace, Plutarch, and Quintillian, so
Rymer's phrasing is a reflection of a commonplace.
• Which Term I am talking about?
• This image is
taken at 1951 at X
• What was the
aftermath of this?
• X= Treaty of Paris
• The Treaty of Paris (formally the Treaty establishing
the European Coal and Steel Community) was signed
on 18 April 1951 between France, West
Germany, Italy and the three Benelux countries
(Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands),
establishing the European Coal and Steel
Community(ECSC), which subsequently became part
of the European Union.
• X was an Indian Y player, commonly considered the preeminent soloist
among Y players of the 20th century, and among the most influential
percussionists in the history of Indian classical music.
• The surname of X is not actually his original surname, but was an
epithet he earned from his guru's father. One day, while watching him
practise, his guru's father remarked that he played so well his fingers
seemed to be "shimmering" on the Y. This earned him the nickname X
(shimmering). It is also rumoured that his tone was similar to the
thunderous cracking sound of lightning.
• A great lightning is sometimes described as X. In popular jargon, He is
also termed as the "Mount Everest of Ys".
• Nangeli was a Ezhava woman who lived in the early
19th century at Cherthala in the erstwhile princely
state of Travancore in India. She questioned the
mulakkaram (breast tax) system that existed during
that time, by which women of lower caste were
required to pay a tax to cover their bosom in public.
Post her death some unique incident happened which
is considered to be the first and may be the only
incident happened in India.
• Unable to cope
with her death,
jumped into her
becoming the first
ever man to
commit the “Sati
• The match in Round of 16 of the European
Championship between Portugal and Croatia called
one of the most interesting in the tournament.
• However it created another record which happened
last time in 1980 in any major tournament
• What record?
• Croatia had 17
shots but none
were on target.
This is the most a
team has had in a
Euros game since
hitting one on
• Make Way for Tomorrow is a 1937 American drama
film directed by Leo McCarey.
• The film was written by Viña Delmar, from a play by
Helen and Noah Leary, which was in turn based on the
novel The Years Are So Long by advice
columnist Josephine Lawrence
• McCarey believed that it was his finest film. When he
accepted his Academy Award for Best Director for The
Awful Truth which was released the same year, he said
"Thanks, but you gave it to me for the wrong picture.
• Which 2003 Bollywood Movie is said to be an Unofficial
adaptation for this Movie?
• X is an ancient reservoir of the 10th century, 2 kilometres
(1.2 mi) away to the south west from a more ancient dam
of the 8th century called the Anagpur Dam; both are
located 8 km (5 miles) from South Delhi in
Faridabad, Haryana, India.
• X is known for its annual fair the Y Mela, which takes
place In the backdrop of the lake, during the spring
season, every year from February 1–15,
• 2015 edition of this fair was visited by 1.2 million visitors
including 160,000 foreigners with more than 20 countries
participating in it..
• Identify X and Y?
• X= Suraj Kund
• Y= Crafts
• 30th Edition of
Surajkund Crafts Mela
happened in 2016.
• X is the only Dravidian language which has not been
written in a Brahmi-based script;
• A More recently, a Roman-based orthography
named Brolikva (an abbreviation of X Roman Likvar)
was developed by the X Language Board of
the University of Y.
• Identify the language and also tell apart from India
where else you can find people speaking in this
• Thought to be authored during the latter half of the 2nd
century CE, X’s Y which fancifully satirizes Greek
conceptions of astronomy, anthropology, geography,
theology, and biology as well as dabbles in utopian
thoughts, can be perceived as one of the earliest
experiments in what has come to be known as the
science fiction genre.
• In his attempts to lampoon his predecessors, X describes
a flight to the moon, interplanetary warfare, and alien
life forms, an example of which being a crossbreed of
women and grape vines who intoxicate and thus ensnare
• Identify X/Y?
• X said the success of Y(1960) was a mistake. He added
"there used to be just one way. There was one way
you could do things. There were people who protected
it like a copyright, a secret cult only for the initiated.
That's why I don't regret making Y and blowing that
• Identify The Director X and the Movie Y.
• Tom Longfield (12 May 1906 –
21 December 1981) was an
English cricketer. He
played first-class cricket for
several teams including Kent
• Overall he played 82 first class
matches scored 2446 runs and
have taken 195 wickets.
• However he is remembered in
cricket for achiving something
for the first time which was
equaled by Y in 1990.
• X= Bengal
• Y=Sambaran Banerjee
• Longfield was the first
Ranji Trophy winning
captain for Bengal.
• X usually translated as "self-reliance", is the
official political ideology of Y described as
"original, brilliant and revolutionary
contribution to national and international
• It claims that an individual is "the master of his
destiny“ and that the Y masses are to act as
the "masters of the revolution and
• Z (1912-1994) developed the ideology –
originally viewed as a variant of Marxism–
The bollywood movie X(1964) is an epic by
standards of both length and subject matter –
originally was to be starred by Y instead of Z.
When A approached Y for the role, the latter
accepted – on the condition that he be allowed to
edit the final copy of the film. And A was never
going to allow that, for sure.
So Y was promptly let go and Z hopped on board.
Simply Identify A,X,Y,Z.
Personality KQ Favourite Mythology
R 8 Grid and Theme
• This picture has a long
history of use as a TAT
card i.e. Thematic
Apperception Test (TAT) is
a projective psychological
In a interwiew when the person was asked about that he said
“Actually, I was gazing in my usual state of being half absent in my
own world and half in the present. I have usually been able to
"retire" in this way. I was also thinking that my life was tied up
with the instrument and would I do it justice?”
Just name that dam !!
The dam in Afganistan
was reconstructed by
India. The aid for the
project was around
$300 million. The Dam
is expected to
produce 42MW of
electricity and will
water nearly 80,000
hectares of farmland.
• Almost 8,000 real words -
and invented ones - are
included here which has
taken five years to compile
by Dr Susan Rennie.
• With his love of wordplay, X
would scribble his words on
yellow pages from the
American legal pads he used
to write in, swapping letters
around and adopting
• X is a hill fort located near Bokkalagutta, in Mandamarri
Mandal in Adilabad district in the south Indian state of
• It is located on the sand rock hills. It is 270 kilometres
(157 mi) north east of the state capital, Hyderabad.
• The fort was built within a thickly forested area which
has a wealth of plant species which includes many
medicinal herbs. The forest in the area of the X fort is
an important source for medicinal plants
• Picture in next slide
• Government of Bihar has proposed setting up
of A museum, A town hall-cum-library and
installation of A life-size statue at his
birthplace in dumraon in 2014.
• Noted director Goutam Ghose directed Sange
Meel Se Mulaqat, a documentary about the
life of x.
• In 1974 X exited the industrial world and
retired to a 740-acre (3.0 km2) estate
named "la fiorita" on the shores of lake
trasimeno, in castiglione del lago, a town
in the Umbria region of central and
producing his own wines
• X even designed his own golf course, all
while continuing to manage several
• The world of bullfighting was also a key
part of X’s identity.
• Identify X.