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Indian Culture and Arts MCQ Question Answers – Part 2

(Q) The Sabha and Samiti have been called two daughters of Prajapati in :

A. The Artharvaveda
B. The Rig Veda
C. The Sama Veda
D. The Yajur Veda

A. The Artharvaveda

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(Q) Murshid Quli Khan became the diwan of Bengal in :

A. 1500 A.D.
B. 1600 A.D.
C. 1700 A.D.
D. 1800 A.D.

C. 1700 A.D.

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(Q) The Puranas define the term Bharatavarsha as the country marked by seven main chains of mountains viz.:

A. Mahendra, Malaya, Sabhya, Suktimat, Riksha, Vindhya and Pariyatra
B. Mahendra, Malaya, Nashukha, Suktimat, Riksha, Vindhya and Pariyatra
C. Mahendra, Malaya, Sabhya, Suktimat, Amalya, Vindhya and Pariyatra
D. Mahendra, Haruna, Sabhya, Suktimat, Riksha, Vindhya and Pariyatra

A. Mahendra, Malaya, Sabhya, Suktimat, Riksha, Vindhya and Pariyatra

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(Q) The oldest among the spoken literary languages of South India is:

A. Kannada
B. Malayalam
C. Telugu
D. Tamil Language

D. Tamil Language

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(Q) What is Shiv Kumar Sharma famous for playing?

A. Santoor
B. Sitar
C. Sarod
D. Flute

A. Santoor

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(Q) Who amongst the following is renowned in the field of painting?

A. Parveen Sultana
B. Prof. T.N. Krishnan
C. Ram Kinkar
D. Raja Ravi Varma

D. Raja Ravi Varma

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(Q) Raja Ravi Verma of Kerala was a distinguished?

A. Dancer
B. Painter
C. Poet
D. Singer

B. Painter

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(Q) Which is the most popular festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu?

A. Gudipadwa
B. Onam
C. Bihu
D. Pongal

D. Pongal

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(Q) The Flamingo Festival is celebrated in__?

A. Kerala
B. Bengal
C. Uttar Pradesh
D. Andhra Pradesh

D. Andhra Pradesh

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(Q) Where was first Madarsa set up by the British in India ?

A. Calcutta (Kolkata)
B. Madras (Chennai)
C. Bombay (Mumbai)
D. Delhi

A. Calcutta (Kolkata)

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