Rajasthan History And Culture - MCQ Test


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QUESTION: 1

Nagot is famous for grave of which of the following sufi saint:‐  

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QUESTION: 2

Veer Ras Pratha is another name for which of the following types of Dingal Language:‐  

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QUESTION: 3

Hameer Raso and Hameer Kavya are the creation of:‐  

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QUESTION: 4

Safa of Jodhpur is famous for its which characterstics  

Solution: Safa is the most colorful Safa with five different colors – red, yellow, green, blue and orange  made with the tie and dye technique. These turban are very famous as Jodhpuri Safa and are in huge demand in wedding. This is one of the traditional Rajputi safa.
QUESTION: 5

Camel festival is held in which city ?  

Solution: Bikaner is a city in the north Indian state of Rajasthan, east of the border with Pakistan. The Camel Festival at Bikaner is organized by state’s Tourism Department of rajasthan. The festival is organized every year in the month of January or late December.
QUESTION: 6

Which of the following dance forms is characterized by carrying 7-8 pots, Picking  Hankerchiefs, Dancing over glasses, Dancing around corners of Thali:‐  

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 Bhavai 

Explanation: Ghoomar is a traditional Bhil tribe folk dance. Ghoomar of Marwar is identified with its bright outfits and graceful inclinations. Kachchhi Ghodi danceis an Indian folk dance that  originated in the Shekhawati region 

QUESTION: 7

Which of the following places is famous for Gold Minkari art:‐  

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QUESTION: 8

Tarabhang Ordni is used by women of which of the following communty:‐  

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QUESTION: 9

Geedard Dance is related to which of the following regions:‐  

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QUESTION: 10

Rajoregarh Art is of which period:‐  

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QUESTION: 11

Head of Sahariya Tribal comunity is known as  

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QUESTION: 12

Timardiya ornament is wore in which organ:‐  

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QUESTION: 13

Kankati ornaments are wore in:‐  

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QUESTION: 14

What is Buglari?  

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QUESTION: 15

Nisaldas Ralo book is written by?  

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QUESTION: 16

Who is the writter of book Prithvi raj Vijay?  

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QUESTION: 17

Brahma temple is situated in: 

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Vallabhacharya (1479-1531):
Born in Varanasi, he propounded Suddhadvaita Vedanta (Pure non-dualism) and philosophy called Pustimarga (the path of grace) He founded a school called Rudra Sampradaya. He identified Brahman with Sri Krishna, characterised by Sat (Being), Cit (consciousness) and Ananda (bliss). According to him, salvation is through Sneha (deep rooted love for God). He was the author of a number of scholarly works in Sanskrit and Brajbhasa, the important being Subodhini and Siddhant Rahasya.
QUESTION: 18

Author of mugal period literary work “Ras Gangadhar” was  

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QUESTION: 19

Greatest Painter of birds at Jahangeer Court was?  

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QUESTION: 20

Which tourist site of Rajasthan is included in seven wonders of the India?  

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Explanation: Jaisalmer Fort, famous for its antiquity and repertory of architectural wealth is also known as Sonar Quila, which stands on a high hillock known as Trikuta Hill . Jaisalmer is the second oldest of Rajasthan's major forts after Chittorgarh. Founded by Raja Jaisal,

QUESTION: 21

Hindola Festival is organized at:‐    

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Udaipur

 Explanation: The Hindola utsav is celebrated from Ashadh Vad 2 to Shravan Vadh 2.  It refers  to the decorative swings that are prepared with items such as cloth, food (fruit, dry fruit etc.) and  are colourfull 

QUESTION: 22

Maru Festival is organized at:‐    

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QUESTION: 23

Algoja instrument is played by    

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Mouth

 Explanation: It consists of two joined beak flutes, one for melody, the second for drone. The  flutes are either tied together or may be held together loosely with the hands. A continuous flow  of air is necessary as the player blows into the two flutes simultaneously. 

QUESTION: 24

Daulat Khan belongs to which singing gharana?    

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QUESTION: 25

Who among the following kings had built the fort of chittor ?    

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Chitrangad

Explanation: Chittaur evokes memories of great heroism and sacrifice by Rajput men and women in the intermittent battles that they had to fight against invaders from Northwest or Delhi. Chittaur witnessed both the ravages of war and the triumphs of the spirit. Allaudin Khilji who coveted Queen Padmini of Chittaur, invaded the city in 1303 A.D. Queen Padmini and the women of the court sacrificed themselves in a pyre of fire rather than submit to anybody. This supreme sacrifice has been called 'Jauhar' and epitomises the fiery spirit of the Rajputs of the day.Chittorgarh fort is famous for vijay stambha by Rana Kumbha.Its also called as Water Fort. The fort had 84 water bodies, out of which only about 22 exist today.