Ramayana

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  • 1. 

    Putrakameshti yaga was performed by which rishi?

    • A.

      Sage vasistha

    • B.

      Sage rusyasringa

    • C.

      Sage valmiki

    • D.

      Sage doorvasa

    Correct Answer
    B. Sage rusyasringa
    Explanation
    Putrakameshti yaga is a Hindu ritual performed to seek blessings for the birth of a male child. It is believed that Sage Rishyasringa performed this yaga, as mentioned in the Ramayana. Sage Rishyasringa was a renowned sage and played a significant role in various mythological stories.

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  • 2. 

    Who of the following is Ravana's wife

    • A.

      Kaikeyi

    • B.

      Mandodhari

    • C.

      Subhadra

    • D.

      Kausalya

    Correct Answer
    B. Mandodhari
    Explanation
    Mandodhari is the correct answer because she is the wife of Ravana according to Hindu mythology. Mandodhari is portrayed as a virtuous and loyal wife who tries to advise Ravana against his evil actions. She is often depicted as a symbol of strength, patience, and righteousness in the face of adversity.

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  • 3. 

    Who of the following are brothers?

    • A.

      Vali and sugreeva

    • B.

      Hanuman and angada

    • C.

      Vibhishana and jambhavantha

    • D.

      Vali and ravana

    Correct Answer
    A. Vali and sugreeva
    Explanation
    Vali and Sugreeva are brothers because they both belong to the same Vanara clan in the Hindu epic Ramayana. They are sons of Indra, the king of gods, and were born to different mothers. Vali was the older brother and the king of Kishkindha, while Sugreeva was the younger brother. Their brotherhood is significant in the Ramayana as it plays a crucial role in the storyline, particularly in the search for Sita and the ultimate defeat of Ravana.

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  • 4. 

    When Rama broke the bow of lord Shiva which sage was angered?

    • A.

      Bhrugu

    • B.

      Dhoorvasa

    • C.

      Parashurama

    • D.

      Vasishta

    Correct Answer
    C. Parashurama
    Explanation
    When Rama broke the bow of Lord Shiva, it angered Parashurama. Parashurama, an avatar of Lord Vishnu, was known for his fierce temper and was easily provoked. Rama's feat of breaking the bow, which was considered impossible for any mortal, challenged Parashurama's pride and angered him. This incident led to a confrontation between Rama and Parashurama, where Rama eventually convinced Parashurama of his righteousness and pacified his anger.

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  • 5. 

    Who was the rakshasi who was loving and caring to sita in ashoka vana?

    • A.

      Mandara

    • B.

      Trijata

    • C.

      Putana

    • D.

      Lankini

    Correct Answer
    B. Trijata
    Explanation
    Trijata was the rakshasi who showed love and care towards Sita in Ashoka Vana. She sympathized with Sita's plight and tried to console her during her captivity in Lanka. Trijata played a significant role in the Ramayana by providing Sita with hope and support in her difficult times.

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  • 6. 

    Who of the following was turned into a human being from stone upon Rama's touch?

    • A.

      Devayani

    • B.

      Savitri

    • C.

      Anasuya

    • D.

      Ahalya

    Correct Answer
    D. Ahalya
    Explanation
    Ahalya was turned into a human being from stone upon Rama's touch. This incident is mentioned in Hindu mythology, specifically in the Ramayana. Ahalya was the wife of Gautama Maharishi and was cursed by her husband to turn into a stone due to her infidelity. However, when Rama touched the stone with his foot, Ahalya was instantly transformed back into her human form. This incident symbolizes Rama's divine power and his ability to grant redemption and forgiveness.

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  • 7. 

    Which bird was Jatayu?

    • A.

      Eagle

    • B.

      Vulture

    • C.

      Penguin

    • D.

      Crow

    Correct Answer
    B. Vulture
    Explanation
    Jatayu was a bird in Indian mythology who played a significant role in the epic Ramayana. According to the story, Jatayu was a vulture who tried to rescue Sita, the wife of Lord Rama, when she was abducted by the demon king Ravana. Jatayu fought valiantly but was ultimately defeated by Ravana. Therefore, the correct answer is vulture.

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  • 8. 

    Lord Rama belonged to which Yuga?

    • A.

      Kaliyuga

    • B.

      Tretayuga

    • C.

      Dwapara yuga

    • D.

      Satya yuga

    Correct Answer
    B. Tretayuga
    Explanation
    Lord Rama belonged to Tretayuga. In Hindu mythology, Yugas are four distinct ages that repeat in a cycle. Tretayuga is the second age, following Satya Yuga and preceding Dwapara Yuga. Lord Rama is a central figure in the Hindu epic Ramayana, and his story is believed to have taken place during Tretayuga.

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  • 9. 

    Which of the following dynasty does  Rama belong to?

    • A.

      Ikshvaku

    • B.

      Chandrahasa

    • C.

      Raghuvamsa

    • D.

      Kritarta

    Correct Answer
    A. Ikshvaku
    Explanation
    Rama belongs to the Ikshvaku dynasty. This is evident from various Hindu scriptures and epics, such as the Ramayana, which mention Rama as the descendant of King Ikshvaku. The Ikshvaku dynasty is considered to be one of the most prominent and ancient dynasties in Hindu mythology, with Rama being one of its notable members.

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  • 10. 

    Indrajit was alsoknown as

    • A.

      Vibhishana

    • B.

      Meghanadha

    • C.

      Angada

    • D.

      Vayuputra

    Correct Answer
    B. Meghanadha
    Explanation
    Indrajit was also known as Meghanadha. This name refers to a character in the Hindu epic Ramayana, who was the son of the demon king Ravana. Meghanadha was a skilled warrior and had the ability to become invisible in battle. He played a significant role in the war between Rama and Ravana, and his name is often associated with bravery and power.

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Keerthi, an IT professional, seamlessly blends modern technology with a profound passion for Indian history and Hindu religion. His expertise extends to the intricacies of holy scriptures and ithihasas, making him a unique bridge between the digital realm and ancient wisdom.
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