Mera Bharat Mahan (India Quiz 2022 AIIMS Kalyani) Final Round

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Mera Bharat Mahan (India Quiz 2022 AIIMS Kalyani) Final Round

  1. Quiz Club AIIMS Kalyani Presents- Mera Bharat MahaAn final Round (A Quiz on INDIA)
  2. The Quiz Research Team Rupayan Debraj Sundhodeep Aakash Kalarab Kiranmay
  3. All The Best…
  4. Here We Go…
  5. Round 1 : Dry Round
  6. Rules There are 8 questions. Infinite Pounce & Bounce Direct Question = +10/0 Pounce = +10/-5 Bounce/ Bonus = +5/0
  7. Q-1 • ______ is a game for two or more people and is regarded as a classic worldwide. The game originated in ancient India as 'Moksha Patam' and was brought to the UK in 1890s.The historic version had its roots in morality lessons, on which a player's progression represented a life journey complicated by virtues and vices. A version popular in the Muslim culture is known as 'shatranj al-'urafa' and exists in various versions in India, Iran, and Turkey. In Andhra Pradesh, this game is popularly called 'Vaikunthapali’. • Which game?
  8. Answer Snake and Ladder
  9. Q-2 • The X sequence is one of the simplest and earliest known sequences defined by a recurrence relation. The X sequence were first described in Indian mathematics, as early as 200 BC in work by Pingala on enumerating possible patterns of Sanskrit poetry formed from syllables of two lengths. They are named after the Italian mathematician Leonardo of Pisa, later known as X, who introduced the sequence to Western European mathematics in his 1202 book Liber Abaci. Applications of X numbers include computer algorithms They also appear in biological settings, such as pineapples, the arrangement of leaves on a stem. • Identify the sequence.
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  11. Q-3 • X is a 17th-century mausoleum located in the Southern part of India. It houses the remains of Mohammad Adil Shah, seventh sultan of the Adil Shahi dynasty, and some of his relatives. Begun in the mid-17th century, the structure never reached completion. The building is one of those put by UNESCO on its "tentative list" to become a World Heritage Site in 2014, under the name Monuments and Forts of the Deccan Sultanate. It is the most technically advanced domed structure to have been erected in the Deccan, and one of the largest single-chamber structures in the world. The building's size was a conscious decision made by Mohammad Adil Shah in order to rival the architecture of the Ibrahim Rauza, the tomb of the ruler's predecessor Ibrahim Adil Shah II. • What is X?
  12. Answer Gol Gumbaz
  13. Q-4 • X is a historical fantasy film directed and produced by Ardeshir Irani. It revolves on a king and his two wives, Navbahaar and Dilbahaar, who are childless; soon, a fakir tells the king that the former wife will give birth to a boy, later named Qamar, but the child will die following his 18th birthday if Navbahaar cannot find the necklace he asks for. Meanwhile, the king finds out that Dilbahaar falls for the senapati Adil , leading the king to arrest him and evicts his pregnant wife, who later gives birth to X. The film is based on a Parsi play written by Joseph David. No print of X is known to have survived, though the posters are available. There was a famous Hindi punchline '78 murde insaan zinda ho gaye......’ • Can you name X and what it is known for?
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  15. Q-5 • Bryan Cranston popularly known for playing the character Walter White in the series Breaking Bad was once roped to dub the English version of an Indo-Japanese Anime/film in 2001. The anime/film was actually created the year 1992 on the occasion of 40th anniversary of Indo-Japanese diplomatic ties and later it was dubbed in English for releasing it in the USA. James Earl Jones, known for voicing Darth Vader in Star Wars was brought in to voice for the narrator in the film. • Name the film/anime. Identify the character dubbed by Bryan Cranston.
  16. Answer • Ramayana: The Legend of Prince Rama. • Ram
  17. Q-6 • In the recent 48th G7 summit held in Germany, Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi gave gifts to different G7 leaders. Most of the gifts were from Uttar Pradesh under the state scheme of one district, one product. To the American President Joe Biden, Modi gave Gulabi Meenakari cufflinks with a matching brooch for First Lady Jill Biden. The artform actually originated in Persia but practised in one of the city of Uttar Pradesh. • Identify the city.
  18. Answer Varanasi
  19. Q-7 • X from Chennai, Tamil nadu, is the first Indian _______ to qualify for Olympics. She was supported by GoSports Foundation through the Rahul Dravid Athlete Mentorship Program. She started her sports career in 2003. At the age of 14 she appeared at her first international tournament in Turkey, where she got black card for being late by three minutes. In 2010 Asian Championship in the Philippines she bagged Bronze medal. She made history by becoming the first Indian to win a gold medal at the senior Commonwealth ______ Championship in Canberra. She beat Catriona Thomson from Scotland in the semi-finals and then defeated England's Emily Ruaux. She was the first Indian to win the first round in her sport in last year Tokyo Olympic. • Identify the personality and the sport.
  20. Answer • Chadalavada Anandha Sundhararaman Bhavani Devi • Fencing
  21. Q-8 • Only patented entity of it’s type in the world, it is traditionally prepared by a special group of people known as ‘archakas’ in a highly guarded room known as ‘potu’. All the basic ingredients are bought at the auction at the Commodities and Spices Exchange in Kochi. • Celebrated it’s 300th ‘birthday’ with much pomp and fanfare on Aug 2, 2015, what is being talked about?
  22. Answer Tirupati Laddu
  23. Audience question -1 • Roopkund (locally known as Mystery Lake) is a high altitude glacial lake in the Uttarakhand state of India. Located in the Himalayas, the area around the lake is uninhabited and is roughly at an altitude of 5,020 metres (16,470 ft),surrounded by rock-strewn glaciers and snow- clad mountains. The lake is covered with ice for most of the year, with the best time to trek being in autumn. • But this is not the only thing which makes this lake special , can you tell why is this lake so famous? This speciality led National Geographic to make a documentary on it too.
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  25. • The story goes on like this : acclaimed director Mrinal Sen was making the movie Bhuvan Shome, and decided to add a narrator, for which he approached X, which was an unusual choice in itself since X had been rejected from the radio because of his deep baritone. X agreed and decided to do the film without any payment, but in the end had to reluctantly accept a cheque of Rs. 100 from the director. The film was critically acclaimed and won the national award for best feature film that year, and X went on to provide narration in many more films. His voice is now considered to be one of the most recognisable voices in India, and perhaps the world. • Who is X ? Audience question -2
  26. Round 2 : Guess the personality & Mega connect
  27. Rules There are 8 questions/ clues about 8 famous personalities. Mega Connect after each questions Direct Question = +10/0 No Pounce Bounce/ Bonus = +5/0
  28. P-1 • X was born on 16 July 1909 in Kalka, Punjab, British India (now in Haryana, India) into a Bengali Brahmin family. • She was an active participant in the Indian independence movement, she is widely remembered for hoisting the Indian National flag at the Gowalia Tank maidan, Bombay during the Quit India Movement in 1942. She was dubbed as the Heroine of the 1942 movement for her bravery in the face of danger and was called Grand Old Lady of the Independence movement in her later years. • Post-independence, she remained active in politics, becoming Delhi's first Mayor. She and Jayaprakash Narayanan started Link publishing house and published a daily newspaper, Patriot. • She died in New Delhi on 29 July 1996, aged 87.
  29. Answer Connect +32/ -16
  30. P-2 • X was born on 29 July 1904 to a non-resident Indian Parsi family in Paris, France. • His mother was the first woman in India to drive a car and, in 1929, he became the first licensed pilot in India. He later came to be known as the "Father of Indian civil aviation". • He was conferred the honorary rank of group captain by the Indian Air Force in 1948, was promoted to the Air Commodore rank (equivalent to Brigadier in the army) on 4 October 1966, and was further promoted on 1 April 1974 to the Air Vice Marshal rank. • He died in Geneva, Switzerland on 29 November 1993 at the age of 89 of a kidney infection. In his memory, the Government of Maharashtra named its first double- decker bridge.
  31. Answer Connect +28/-14
  32. P-3 • X was born on 30 June 1934 in Bangalore. • He is an Indian chemist who has worked mainly in solid-state and structural chemistry. • He completed BSc from Mysore University at age seventeen, and MSc from Banaras Hindu University at age nineteen. He earned a PhD from Purdue University at age twenty-four. He was the youngest lecturer when he joined the Indian Institute of Science in 1959.After a transfer to Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, he returned to IISc, eventually becoming its Director from 1984 to 1994. He was chair of the Scientific Advisory Council to the Prime Minister of India during 1985 to 1989 and 2005 to 2014. He founded and works in Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research and International Centre for Materials Science. • He was one of the first to synthesise 123 cuprate, the first liquid nitrogen-temperature superconductor in 1987. He was also the first to synthesis Y junction carbon nanotubes in the mid-1990s. • He is described as a scientist who had won all possible awards in his field except the Nobel Prize.
  33. Answer Connect +24/-12
  34. P-4 • X was born on 16 September 1916 • She began her Carnatic classical music training under her mother; and later in Hindustani classical training under Pandit Narayan Rao Vyas. Her first recording was released when she was 10 years old. • She traveled to London, New York, Canada, the Far East, and other places as India's cultural ambassador. Her concerts at Carnegie Hall, New York; the UN General Assembly on UN day in 1966; the Royal Albert Hall, London in 1982; and at the Festival of India in Moscow in 1987 were significant landmarks in her career. • She is the first Indian musician to receive the Ramon Magsaysay award. • It is said that Sarojini Naidu was the Nightingale of India by her verses but X was the Nightingale of India by her voice. • She passed away on 11th December 2004.
  35. Answer Connect +20/-10
  36. P-5 • X was born on 21 March 1916 into a family of traditional Muslim musicians at the town of Dumraon British India, as the second son of Paigambar Bux Khan and Mitthanbai. • He was named Qamruddin at birth, to rhyme with his elder brother's name Shamsuddin. Upon seeing the new born, his grandfather Rasool Baksh Khan, also a musician, is said to have exclaimed a name, and thereafter he came to be known by this name. • While the music instrument had long held importance as a folk instrument played primarily schooled in traditional ceremonies, X is credited with elevating its status and bringing it to the concert stage. • On 17 August 2006, X's health deteriorated and he was admitted to the Heritage Hospital, Varanasi for treatment. X's last wish – to perform at India Gate, could not be fulfilled. He wanted to pay tributes to the martyrs. He waited in vain till his last rites. He died of cardiac arrest on 21 August 2006. • Sangeet Natak Akademi, New Delhi, instituted the X Yuva Puraskar in 2007, in his honour. It is given to young artists in the field of music, theatre and dance.
  37. Answer Connect +16/-8
  38. P-6 • X wrote some poems and songs. Some of those are- 1. Zindagi Ke Dastavez 2. Maut Se Than Gayi 3. Os Ki Boond 4. Khoon Kyun Safed Ho Gaya 5. Do Anubhutiyan - Geet Nahi Gata Hoon 6. Sachayi Yeh Hai Ki 7. Kadam Mila Kar Chalna Hoga 8. Yaksha Prashan 9. Aao Phir Se Diya Jalayen 10.Haar Nahi Manooga • His published works include Kaidi Kaviraj Ki Kundalian, a collection of poems written during the 1975–77 emergency, and Amar aag hai. With regard to his poetry he wrote, "My poetry is a declaration of war, not an exordium to defeat. It is not the defeated soldier's drumbeat of despair, but the fighting warrior's will to win. It is not the despirited voice of dejection but the stirring shout of victory."
  39. Answer Connect +12/-6
  40. P-7 • X was born on 11 November 1888 in Mecca, then a part of the Ottoman Empire, now a part of Saudi Arabia. His real name was Sayyid Ghulam Muhiyuddin Ahmed bin Khairuddin Al Hussaini. • He began his journalistic endeavours at an early age. In 1899 at the age of eleven he started publishing a poetical journal Nairang-e-Aalam at Calcutta and was already an editor of a weekly Al-Misbah in 1900. He contributed articles to Urdu magazines and journals such as Makhzan, Ahsanul Akhbar, and Khadang e Nazar. • He became the leader of the Khilafat Movement, during which he came into close contact with Mahatma Gandhi. He became an enthusiastic supporter of Gandhi's ideas of non- violent civil disobedience, and worked to organise the non-co-operation movement in protest of the 1919 Rowlatt Acts. In 1923, at an age of 35, he became the youngest person to serve as the President of the Indian National Congress • He was India's first Minister of Education. His birthday, 11 November is celebrated as National Education Day in India.
  41. Answer Connect +8/-4
  42. P-8 • Guess the Personality by his speech
  43. Answer Satyajit Ray Connect +4/0
  44. Round 3 : Audio-visual
  45. Rules There are 8 questions. Infinite Pounce & Bounce Direct Question = +10/0 Pounce = +10/-5 Bounce/ Bonus = +5/0
  46. A.V.-1 •Identify the voice.
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  48. A.V.-2 • Connect these heritage monuments
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  50. A.V.-3 • Identify the movie and singer.
  51. Answer Movie – Fanaa Singer- Mahalaxmi iyer
  52. A.V.-4 • This Google doodle is dedicated to which famous personality?
  53. Answer
  54. A.V.-5 • Name of the Series
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  56. A.V.-6 •Minimal Poster of Which Movie?
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  58. A.V.-7 • Name of this type of dance of state Manipur.
  59. Answer •Pung Cholom
  60. A.V.-8 •Advertisement of what?
  61. Answer
  62. Audience question -1 • This recent Google doodle is dedicated to which famous poet?
  63. Answer • Balamani Amma
  64. Audience question -2 • Theme Song of which event?
  65. Answer
  66. Round 4 :
  67. Rules Total 9 poisonous cards are there. You have to choose one. Rest teams can challenge before the card reveals the poison Direct = +10/0 Challenge = +10/-10 No bonus
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  69. • Ayurveda, the traditional form of Indian medicine has been around for two Millenia. The first printed form was seen in Shushruta samhita, before which it was passed down by word of mouth along with other religious texts like the Upanishads, Puranas. • Which Veda did Ayurveda come under? medicine
  70. • Atharva Veda Answer
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  72. • The ancient city of X was the southern centre of the Harappan Civilization, situated on the arid island of Khadir in the State of Gujarat. Occupied between 3000-1500 BCE, the archaeological site is one of the best preserved urban settlements from the period, comprising a fortified city and a cemetery. • Declared a UNESCO World Heritage site on 27th July, 2021, name the city X. history
  73. Answer • Dholavira
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  75. • Crescograph is a simple device consisting of a pulley and a pointer meant to measure the height of a plant. The scientist who invented it was not only a botanist, but also a biologist and a physicist. He is also know for his discovery of millimetre length electromagnetic waves. He also has a controversial history on the discovery of a common device and wave, whose credit is given to a different contemporary Italian scientist. • Name the Indian scientist and the disputed invention. Science
  76. Answer • Jagadish Chandra Bose • Radio
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  78. • X is a river which flows through 3 different countries, India being one of them. In the other two countries it is called yarlung zangbo river and Jamuna (not yamuna, mind it). It has a tumultuous history famous for its ever changing course in different eras. This is the 9th largest river by volume and the 15th largest by length. Following a very roundabout course, it has numerous hydroelectric projects on it, including the Zangmu dam. • What is X called in India? Geography
  79. Answer • Brahmaputra
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  81. • The creator of this character X has said ,"Each family has its own wise old man. He solved problems with common sense, but with a touch of humor." Sources also say that Chanakya was also an inspiration leading to the making of this character X. This character is not strong, but uses his wits and a wooden stick to fight bad guys. Other characters from this popular literature include an alien from Jupiter, his wife, his identical twin, an unlucky friend, and his pet dog. It was first published in1971 in the Hindi magazine Lotpot. • Can you name the character, and also the creator. Literature
  82. Answer • Chacha Chaudhary • Pran Kumar Sharma
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  84. • Amar Gopal was the son of Noni Gopal, an Indian freedom fighter and an American mother, Charlotte Mechlin. He first showed his interest in electronics at the age of 13 and started a small home business repairing model trains and radios. Amar Gopal completed his PhD in electrical engineering from MIT following which he became a professor there. It was during this time that he founded this multinational electronic giant whose main focus was on psychoacoustics of the electronics. • What did he establish? Business
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  87. • In which game India has broken the record? Which player? sports
  88. Answer
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  90. Food • Food historian P Thankappan Nair states that the battle for the origin of X is won by Karnataka over Tamil Nadu. According to him, it originated in Udupi town in Karnataka. Chalukya King Someshvara III who ruled Karnataka around 1126 CE, in his book Manasollasa (Sanskrit encyclopedia of the 12th Century), had also jotted down a recipe for X. But food historian KT Achaya says in his book The Story Of Our Food (2003) that X had been in Tamil culture since 1st Century AD. • This origin story is the one with the most entertainment value. Legend has it that a Brahmin cook from Udupi, in an attempt to escape his religious expectations, wanted to consume alcohol to feel free and wild, and act as such. In his endeavours to feel what he imagined to be ‘high’, he set out to ferment his own alcohol using rice, as alcohol was unavailable to Brahmins. Highly unsuccessful in his venture, he ended up pouring the mixture and created X. • What is X?
  91. Answer Dhosa
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  93. Movie • S. Rangarajan (in pic), better known by his allonym Sujatha, was an Indian author, novelist and screenwriter who wrote in Tamil. He extended his writing skills and expertise from science to movies. In 1986, a film X was adopted from the novel of same name and did well in box office. • Y, an Indian film director and screenwriter was born in Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu, India in the year of release of X. The novel and the movie attracted him and he again directed a new movie of same name by taking the main protagonist and the movie became one of the highest grossing Tamil movies. • Identify X and Y.
  94. Answer X = Vikram Y = Lokesh Kanagaraj
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