Sunday, 30 October 2011

Quiz 50: Answers

Q1. Its historic name was Panduprastha and has the province of Jind on the West. The famous Urdu shayar Maulana Hali was born in this place. This place also houses “Hemu’s Samadhi Sthal” and “Kabuli Baugh”. Identify this famous place?


Q2. He was born at Rostock, Germany. “Love, Death, Music and Plants”, was a music theatre work based on scenes from his life. His sister’s name is Bertha. In the year 1852 he sent a paper to the Linnean Society of London on “The Flora of South Australia”. He was an Australian physician and also a geographer. He died on 10th October 1896. Name this personality?

                        Ferdinand von Mueller

Q3. Pentateuch is the most sacred book in Judaism and it is only used during Jewish services or in the synagogue. This book contains 304,805 letters in it and it is written in Hebrew. This book normally exists in scrolls but when it is printed in the book format it is known as Chumash. Identify this holy book?

                        Sefer Torah

Q4. This airport lies 12km west of Yerevan which is the capital of Armenia. The draftsmen of the airport included architects M. Khachikyan, A. Tarkhanyan and J. Sheqhlyan. Currently the airport’s manager is Juan Pablo Guechigian. Name this airport.

                        Zvartnots International Airport

Q5. He achieved modest fame as a rapper under the name “The Fresh Prince”. In April 2007 Newsweek called him as the most powerful actor of Hollywood. He is the only actor to have eight consecutive films gross over $100 million in the domestic box office and the only one to have eight consecutive films in which he starred open at #1 spot in the domestic box office tally. Name this actor?

                         Will Smith

Q6.   Identify.

                        Game Boy launched by Nintendo
Q7. Identify.

                         The World’s first trackball                                           

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