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1.In which of the following dialects
Kabir wrote ?
(1) Avadhi (2) Bhojpuri
(3) Brijbhasa (4) Maithili

[toggle title=”Answer” state=”close”] (1) Kabir, being illiterate, expressed his poems orally
in vernacular Hindi, borrowing from various dialects
including Avadhi, Braj, and Bhojpuri. His verses often
began with some strongly worded insult to get the
attention of passers-by. Kabir has enjoyed a revival of
popularity over the past half century as arguably the
most accessible and understandable of the Indian
saints, with a special influence over spiritual traditions
such as those of Sant Mat, Garib Das and Radha
Soami.[/toggle]

2.Where is “Pushkar Fair” held ?
(1) Jodhpur (2) Ajmer
(3) Jaipur (4) Udaipur

[toggle title=”Answer” state=”close”] (2) The Pushkar Fair, or Pushkar ka Mela, is the annual
five-day camel and livestock fair, held in the town of
Pushkar in the state of Rajasthan, India. It is one of
the world’s largest camel fairs, and apart from buying
and selling of livestock it has become an important
tourist attraction and its highlights have become
competitions such as the “matka phod”, “longest
moustache”, and “bridal competition” are the main
draws for this fair which attracts thousands of tourists.
Pushkar is a town in the Ajmer district. Pushkar is
one of the oldest existing cities of India. It lies on the
shore of Pushkar Lake. The date of its actual origin is
not known, but legend associates Lord Brahma with
its creation.[/toggle]

3.Which of the following is called
the storehouse of world-art collections
?
(1) National Archives of India
(2) National Museum
(3) National Modren Art Gallery
(4) Salarjung Museum

[toggle title=”Answer” state=”close”] (4) The Salar Jung Museum is an art museum located
at Darushifa, on the southern bank of the Musi River
in the city of Hyderabad. It is the third largest museum
in India housing the biggest one-man collections of
antiques in the world. It is well known throughout
India for its prized collections belonging to different
civilizations dating back to the 1st century. Nawab
Mir Yousuf Ali Khan Salar Jung III (1889–1949), former
Prime Minister of the seventh Nizam of Hyderabad,
spent a substantial amount of his income over thirty
five years to make this priceless collection, his life’s
passion.[/toggle]

4.Who introduced the famous Persian
Festival of Nauroz ?
(1) Alauddin Khalji
(2) Iltutmish
(3) Firoz Tughlaq
(4) Balban

[toggle title=”Answer” state=”close”] (4) Balban’s conception of kingship was similar to that
of the theory of divine right of kings. He cast a halo of
superiority round monarchy. He introduced the system
of Nauroz to add to the dignity of his court.[/toggle]

5.Which of the following is a famous
Assamese festival ?
(1) Makar Sakranti
(2) Yugadi
(3) Onam
(4) Rongali Bihu

[toggle title=”Answer” state=”close”] (4) Bihu denotes a set of three different cultural festivals
of Assam. In a year there are three Bihu festivals in
Assam – in the months of Bohaag (Baisakh, the middle
of April), Maagh (the middle of January), and Kaati
(Kartik, the middle of October). The most important
and colourful of the three Bihu festival is the Spring
festival “Bohag Bihu” or Rongali Bihu celebrated in
the middle of April. This is also the beginning of the
agricultural season.[/toggle]

6.Which language is spoken by the
people of Lakshadweep?
(1) Malayalam (2) Kannada
(3) Tamil (4) Telugu

[toggle title=”Answer” state=”close”] (1) The islanders are ethnically similar to the Malayali
people of the nearest Indian state of Kerala. Most of
the population speaks Malayalam with Mahi being the
most spoken language in Minicoy island.[/toggle]

7.In which State is the religious
festival ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’ Celebrated
with gusto ?
(1) Rajasthan
(2) Gujarat
(3) Maharashtra
(4) Madhya Pradesh

[toggle title=”Answer” state=”close”] (3) ‘Ganesha Chaturthi is the Hindu festival celebrated
on the birthday (rebirth) of Lord Ganesha, the son of
Shiva and Parvati. While celebrated all over India, it is
most elaborate in Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra Pradesh,
Karnataka, Orissa and Chhattisgarh.[/toggle]

8.Which of the following language
has been given the status of classical
language by Central Government?
(1) Gujarati (2) Tamil
(3) Marathi (4) Malayalam

[toggle title=”Answer” state=”close”] (2) In 2004, the Government of India declared that
languages that met certain requirements could be
accorded the status of a “Classical Language in India”.
Languages so far declared to be Classical are Tamil
(in 2004), Sanskrit (in 2005), Kannada and Telugu (in
2008).[/toggle]

9.‘Rath Yatra’ at Puri is celebrated
in honour of
(1) Lord Rama
(2) Lord Shiva
(3) Lord Jagannath
(4) Lord Vishnu

[toggle title=”Answer” state=”close”] (3) Ratha Yatra is a huge Hindu festival associated
with Lord Jagannath held at Puri in the state of Odisha.
This annual festival is celebrated on Ashad Shukla
Dwitiya (second day in bright fortnight of Ashad
month).[/toggle]

10.The most popular festival in Tamil
Nadu is :
(1) Gudipadwa (2) Onam
(3) Bihu (4) Pongal

[toggle title=”Answer” state=”close”] (4) The festivals of Tamil Nadu are : Pongal, Jallikattu,
Chithirai and Adipperukku.[/toggle]

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