Q 1. Connect
Q 2. Identify the logo
Q 3. Hanuman Chalisa: literally Forty chaupais on Hanuman, is a Hindu devotional hymn (stotra) addressed to Hanuman.
The work consists of forty-three verses – two introductory Dohas, forty Chaupais and one Doha in the end. The first introductory Doha begins with the word shrī, which refers to Sita, who is considered the Guru of Hanuman. The auspicious form, knowledge, virtues, powers and bravery of Hanuman are described in the first ten Chaupais.
Who is the author of Hanuman Chalisa?
Q 4. Mark of purity for which commodity?
Q 5. What is the significance of this photograph?
Q 6. Identify the plant.
Q 7. Connect
Marie Curie – Poland
Vasco da Gama – Portugal
Ayatollah Khomeini – Iran
Edmund Hillary – New Zealand
Charles Darwin – England
Tomb of Tutankhamun – Egypt
Vladimir Lenin – Russia
Mao Tse Tung – China
George Washington – USA
Mohammad Ali Jinnah – Pakistan
Le Corbusier – Switzerland
Mahatma Gandhi – India
Q 8. Identify the product.
In 1859, Chesebrough went to the oil fields in Titusville, Pennsylvania, and learned of a residue called “rod wax” that had to be periodically removed from oil rig pumps. The oil workers had been using the substance to heal cuts and burns. Chesebrough took samples of the rod wax back to Brooklyn, extracted the usable part, and began manufacturing this medicinal product.
It was made by the Chesebrough Manufacturing Company until the company was purchased by Unilever in 1987.
Q 9. The Kumars at No. 42 is a British television show. It won an International Emmy in 2002 and 2003, and won a Peabody Award in 2004. It ran for seven series totalling 53 episodes.
Which Indian TV show is inspired from The Kumars at No. 42?
Q 10. It is a protest song that became a key anthem of the African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968). It is widely believed that the title and structure of the song are derived from an early gospel song by African-American composer Charles Albert Tindley.
Renowned poet Girija Kumar Mathur composed its literal translation in Hindi which became a popular patriotic/spiritual song during the 1980s, particularly in schools.
It was a prominent song in the 2010 Bollywood film My Name is Khan, which compared the struggle of Muslims in the modern United States to the struggles of African Americans in the past.
Ans 1. Actors who have never won an Oscar Award.
Ans 2. Vistara Airlines – A joint venture of TATA and Singapore Airlines.
Ans 3. Tulsidas – authored by 16th-century poet Tulsidas in the Awadhi language, and is his best known text apart from the Ramcharitmanas.
Ans 4. Handloom
Ans 5. Mahatma Gandhi’s face on the Indian Currency notes is taken from this photograph.
Ans 6. Vanilla
Ans 7. People on the currency notes of their respective countries.
Ans 8. Vaseline – Petroleum jelly
Ans 9. Comedy Nights with Kapil
Ans 10. “We shall Overcome” or “Hum Honge Kaamyaab”