ARTS & CULTURE
A)
Onam
B)
Raksha Bandhan
C)
Ganesh Chaturthi
D)
Independence Day

Correct Answer : Option (B) - Raksha Bandhan

Note : The World Sanskrit Day, (also known as Sanskrit Diwas), is celebrated every year on Shraavanapoornima, that is the Poornima day of the Shraavana month in the Hindu calendar, which is also marked as Raksha Bandhan. In 2021, this day is being observed on August 22, 2021.

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A)
Bihar
B)
Telangana
C)
Karnataka
D)
Kerala

Correct Answer : Option (D) - Kerala

Note : Onam, the most revered and celebrated festival of Kerala, is celebrated every year by the Malayali community across the world. The 10-day long festival marks the beginning of harvest season as well as the appearance of the Vaman avatar of Lord Vishnu along with the homecoming of King Mahabali. The festival begins from Atham (Hasta) nakshatram, and ends on Thiruvonam (Shravana) nakshatram.

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A)
India
B)
China
C)
Germany
D)
Japan

Correct Answer : Option (A) - India

Note : Yoga's origins can be traced to northern India over 5,000 years ago. The word yoga was first mentioned in ancient sacred texts called the Rig Veda.

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A)
3
B)
6
C)
12
D)
24

Correct Answer : Option (C) - 12

Note : It is performed in sets of fives and consists of 8 asanas made into a sequence of 12 steps for each side, right and left. Each time you perform this sequence, take a deep breath with the movements of your body while performing it.

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A)
Valmeeki
B)
Arjuna
C)
Kalki
D)
Ramana Maharshi

Correct Answer : Option (A) - Valmeeki

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A)
Ramlila
B)
Mahabharata
C)
Geeta
D)
Purana

Correct Answer : Option (C) - Geeta

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A)
Swami Dayanand
B)
S. Radhakrishnan
C)
Swami Shraddhanand
D)
Swami Shraddhanand

Correct Answer : Option (A) - Swami Dayanand

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A)
Agra
B)
Varanasi
C)
Lucknow
D)
Allahabad

Correct Answer : Option (B) - Varanasi

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A)
Ayodhya
B)
Varanasi
C)
Badrinath
D)
Prayag

Correct Answer : Option (C) - Badrinath

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A)
Atharva-veda
B)
Rig-veda
C)
Sama-veda
D)
Yajur-veda

Correct Answer : Option (A) - Atharva-veda

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