How Well Do You Know About Tamil God?

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How Well Do You Know About Tamil God? Tamil gods form the basis for Indian scriptures, and understanding these gods helps one to be stronger in faith in times of war or when they are looking for a victory. Tamil gods are quite popular in areas of Tamil influence. Take up this quiz and get to refresh your memory on what you know about this god.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which Tamil god is the god of music and studies?

    • A.

      Saraswathi

    • B.

      Manicka

    • C.

      Sivan

    • D.

      Murga

    Correct Answer
    A. Saraswathi
    Explanation
    Saraswathi is considered the Tamil god of music and studies. In Hindu mythology, Saraswathi is the goddess of knowledge, wisdom, and arts. She is often depicted playing the veena, a musical instrument, symbolizing her association with music. Additionally, she is also associated with learning, education, and intellectual pursuits, making her the ideal deity for students and scholars.

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  • 2. 

    Which god is the god of money?

    • A.

      Lakshmi

    • B.

      Saraswathi

    • C.

      Manicka

    • D.

      Sivan

    • E.

      Muraga

    • F.

      Rajanicka

    Correct Answer
    A. Lakshmi
    Explanation
    Lakshmi is considered the goddess of wealth and prosperity in Hindu mythology. She is often depicted as a beautiful woman sitting on a lotus flower, holding a lotus bud in one hand and showering gold coins with the other. As the goddess of money, she is worshipped by many people who seek financial success and abundance.

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  • 3. 

    Which god has an elephant head?

    • A.

      Muraga

    • B.

      Palliyar

    • C.

      Lakshmi

    • D.

      Manicka

    Correct Answer
    B. Palliyar
    Explanation
    Palliyar is the correct answer because in Hindu mythology, Lord Ganesha is often depicted with an elephant head. Ganesha is one of the most widely worshipped gods in Hinduism and is known as the remover of obstacles and the god of beginnings. His elephant head symbolizes wisdom, intelligence, and power.

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  • 4. 

    Which god is a monkey that can speak?

    • A.

      Saraswathi

    • B.

      Manicka

    • C.

      Muraga

    • D.

      Hunuman

    Correct Answer
    D. Hunuman
    Explanation
    Hanuman is a Hindu god who is depicted as a monkey and is known for his ability to speak. He is a central character in the epic Ramayana and is revered for his strength, devotion, and loyalty. Hanuman is often depicted as a symbol of courage, wisdom, and righteousness, and is worshipped by many Hindus for his divine qualities.

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  • 5. 

    Which god has 24 incarnations?

    • A.

      Krishna

    • B.

      Manicka

    • C.

      Vishnu

    • D.

      Muraga

    Correct Answer
    C. Vishnu
    Explanation
    Vishnu is believed to have ten incarnations, known as the Dashavatara and additional 14 avatars are not as widely recognized as the Dashavatara. These incarnations are believed to be different forms taken by Vishnu to restore cosmic order and protect the world from evil forces. Each incarnation has a specific purpose and represents different aspects of Vishnu's power and divine qualities. Some of the well-known incarnations include Rama, Krishna, and Buddha. Krishna, mentioned as one of the options, is an avatar of Vishnu and is considered one of the most popular and influential incarnations.

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  • 6. 

    Click on all the incarnations of Vishnu that is in the answers.

    • A.

      Krishna

    • B.

      Manicka

    • C.

      Vishnu

    • D.

      Muraga

    • E.

      Quaela

    • F.

      Rama

    • G.

      Plyylanylan

    • H.

      Narakaasura

    • I.

      Venus

    • J.

      Namina

    • K.

      Quamyuktha

    • L.

      Quamirthaa

    • M.

      Narasima

    • N.

      Quithun

    • O.

      Quadu

    • P.

      Quintha

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Krishna
    C. Vishnu
    F. Rama
    M. Narasima
  • 7. 

    What incarnation did Vishnu use to defeat Narakaasura?

    • A.

      Krishna

    • B.

      Narasima

    • C.

      Rama

    • D.

      Vahara

    Correct Answer
    D. Vahara
    Explanation
    Vahara is the correct answer because Vishnu took the form of a boar (Vahara) to defeat Narakaasura. In this incarnation, Vishnu rescued the Earth which had been submerged in the ocean and defeated the demon Narakaasura, symbolizing the triumph of good over evil. This form of Vishnu is often depicted as a boar with a human body, representing his divine power and protection.

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