Chapter1: Perfection Of Yoga

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Chapter1: Perfection Of Yoga - Quiz

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  • 1. 

    According to Bhagvada Gita, who is the topmost yogi?

    • A.

      One who is always thinking of Krsna within himself

    • B.

      One  Who studies all Vedas

    • C.

      One who has Siddhi

    Correct Answer
    A. One who is always thinking of Krsna within himself
    Explanation
    According to the Bhagavad Gita, the topmost yogi is the one who is always thinking of Krishna within himself. This implies a deep and constant connection with Krishna, where the yogi's thoughts, actions, and consciousness are centered around Krishna. This level of devotion and focus on Krishna is considered the highest form of yoga, as it leads to spiritual enlightenment and union with the divine.

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  • 2. 

    Can we enjoy with our body and still practice yoga?

    • A.

      YES

    • B.

      NO

    Correct Answer
    B. NO
    Explanation
    The answer "NO" suggests that it is not possible to enjoy with our body and still practice yoga. This implies that yoga requires a certain level of discipline and focus, which may not align with the idea of indulging in enjoyment or pleasure with the body. In yoga, the emphasis is often on connecting the mind, body, and spirit, and finding inner peace and balance rather than seeking external pleasures.

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  • 3. 

    What was Arjunas opinion on meditational system  of yoga?

    • A.

      It is easy  anyone can do it

    • B.

      It is not possible for him to practice asthe rules and regulations involved are impossible to follow.

    Correct Answer
    B. It is not possible for him to practice asthe rules and regulations involved are impossible to follow.
    Explanation
    Arjuna's opinion on the meditational system of yoga is that it is not possible for him to practice because the rules and regulations involved are impossible to follow.

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  • 4. 

    What are the predictions made by Shrimad Bhagvatam regarding people of Kaliyuga?

    • A.

      The are very advanced and intelligent

    • B.

      Their life span is very less,mercy ,power and intelligence is reduced,very unfortunate,mind is always disturbed and no knowledge of spirituality

    Correct Answer
    B. Their life span is very less,mercy ,power and intelligence is reduced,very unfortunate,mind is always disturbed and no knowledge of spirituality
    Explanation
    The predictions made by Shrimad Bhagvatam regarding people of Kaliyuga are that their life span will be very short, their mercy, power, and intelligence will be reduced, they will be very unfortunate, their minds will always be disturbed, and they will have no knowledge of spirituality.

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  • 5. 

    Our body keep on changing from childhood to youth to old age ,but we remain same person.What does this proves?

    • A.

      We are not this body we are soul

    • B.

      One day scientist will stop old age

    Correct Answer
    A. We are not this body we are soul
    Explanation
    This answer suggests that the fact that our body goes through changes from childhood to youth to old age, but we remain the same person, proves that we are not defined by our physical body but rather by our soul. Our soul is seen as the constant aspect of our being, while our physical body is subject to change and decay. This explanation implies a belief in the existence of a soul separate from the body.

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  • 6. 

    What does Vedanta Sutra says

    • A.

      Worship demigods like Durga ,Shiva etc  

    • B.

      This human body is meant to search Absolute truth

    Correct Answer
    B. This human body is meant to search Absolute truth
    Explanation
    The Vedanta Sutra states that the purpose of the human body is to search for the Absolute truth. This suggests that humans have the ability and responsibility to seek knowledge and understanding of the ultimate reality or divine essence. Worshiping demigods like Durga and Shiva is not mentioned in the given answer and therefore not the focus of the Vedanta Sutra.

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  • 7. 

    Among all the different type of yogas,according to Bhagvad Gita which one is best yoga?

    • A.

      Gyan Yoga

    • B.

      Karma Yoga

    • C.

      Bhakti Yoga

    • D.

      Ashtanga Yoga

    Correct Answer
    C. Bhakti Yoga
    Explanation
    According to the Bhagavad Gita, Bhakti Yoga is considered the best yoga. Bhakti Yoga is the path of devotion and surrender to a higher power. It emphasizes the cultivation of love, devotion, and faith towards God. This path encourages individuals to develop a deep emotional connection with the divine through prayers, rituals, and worship. Bhakti Yoga teaches that by surrendering oneself completely to God, one can attain spiritual liberation and experience a sense of unity with the divine. This path is considered the most accessible and suitable for people of all backgrounds and abilities.

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  • 8. 

    Who can always think of Krishna in heart?  

    • A.

      One who has read many scriptures

    • B.

      One who worship demigods like Ganesha,Durga and Shiva

    • C.

      One who has developed Love for Krishna

    Correct Answer
    C. One who has developed Love for Krishna
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "One who has developed Love for Krishna." This is because true devotion and love for Krishna can only come from the heart. Reading scriptures and worshiping demigods may be part of one's spiritual practice, but it is the deep love and connection with Krishna that allows for constant remembrance and thinking of Him in the heart.

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  • 9. 

    What is meant by Samadhi Yoga?

    • A.

      It means always thinking of Krishna in heart

    • B.

      Sitting without moving

    Correct Answer
    A. It means always thinking of Krishna in heart
    Explanation
    Samadhi Yoga refers to the practice of constantly contemplating and meditating on Lord Krishna within one's heart. This form of yoga involves maintaining a deep connection with Krishna through constant thoughts, devotion, and remembrance. It is a state of complete absorption and focus on Krishna, where one's mind and heart are fully dedicated to him. This practice helps individuals to attain spiritual enlightenment and a deeper understanding of Krishna's teachings and divine presence.

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  • 10. 

     According to scriptures ,what is the only means of deliverance in Kaliyuga

    • A.

      Doing Punya Karma

    • B.

      Worshipping demigods like Devi,Indra,Shiva etc.

    • C.

      Performing Yagya

    • D.

      Sitting down in meditation

    • E.

      Chanting of Hari naam

    Correct Answer
    E. Chanting of Hari naam
    Explanation
    In the scriptures, it is stated that the only means of deliverance in Kaliyuga is the chanting of Hari naam. This means that by continuously repeating the name of Lord Hari (another name for Lord Vishnu or Krishna), one can attain liberation or salvation. Chanting the holy names of God is considered the most effective and accessible spiritual practice in the present age, as it purifies the mind, brings one closer to God, and helps to transcend the material world.

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  • 11. 

    What is meaning of Kaliyuga?

    • A.

      Age of quarrel and disagreement

    • B.

      Age of advancement

    Correct Answer
    A. Age of quarrel and disagreement
    Explanation
    Kaliyuga refers to the Hindu concept of the last of the four stages (yugas) in the cycle of time. It is believed to be an age characterized by conflict, strife, and moral decline. The term "quarrel and disagreement" accurately captures the essence of Kaliyuga, as it signifies a period marked by social discord, spiritual degradation, and a lack of righteousness.

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  • 12. 

    How can one achieve perfection of life?

    • A.

      BY doing Yagya

    • B.

      BY worshipping demigods

    • C.

      By reading lots of scriptures

    • D.

      By chanting Hari naam

    • E.

      By giving charity

    Correct Answer
    D. By chanting Hari naam
    Explanation
    Chanting Hari naam, or the holy name of God, can lead to the achievement of perfection in life. This practice is often associated with the concept of bhakti, or devotion, in many religious traditions. By continuously chanting the holy name, individuals can develop a deep connection with the divine and experience spiritual growth. This practice is believed to purify the mind and heart, leading to inner peace, happiness, and ultimately, perfection in life.

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  • 13. 

     What is the beginning of Bhagavd Gita?  

    • A.

      We are not this body,we are soul

    • B.

      Perform Karma without thinking of results

    • C.

      What is happening is good ,whatever happen will also be good

    Correct Answer
    A. We are not this body,we are soul
    Explanation
    The correct answer suggests that the beginning of Bhagavad Gita is the understanding that we are not just our physical bodies, but rather immortal souls. This concept is a foundational teaching in the Bhagavad Gita and sets the stage for the rest of the text, which explores various philosophical and practical aspects of life, duty, and spiritual growth.

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  • 14. 

    What is Brahma bhuta stage of Brhaman realization?

    • A.

      Understanding that we are not this body ,we are soul

    • B.

      To acquire powers to see the future

    Correct Answer
    A. Understanding that we are not this body ,we are soul
    Explanation
    The Brahma bhuta stage of Brahman realization refers to the understanding that we are not just our physical bodies, but rather, we are souls. This realization goes beyond the identification with the temporary material world and recognizes the eternal nature of the soul. It allows one to transcend the limitations of the physical body and connect with the spiritual essence within. This understanding is a fundamental aspect of spiritual growth and enlightenment.

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  • 15. 

    Who gives second birth within this body?

    • A.

      Spiritual Master

    • B.

      There is only ine birth which is given by parents

    Correct Answer
    A. Spiritual Master
    Explanation
    The answer "Spiritual Master" is correct because in many spiritual traditions, it is believed that a spiritual master or guru can guide an individual on a path of spiritual growth and transformation, leading to a metaphorical "second birth" or spiritual awakening. This second birth refers to a profound inner transformation or realization that transcends the limitations of the physical body and connects one to a higher spiritual reality. While parents give physical birth, a spiritual master can facilitate a rebirth of consciousness and help an individual attain spiritual enlightenment.

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