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Quiz on Indian Personalities - 2

Updated: Jun 21

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Dive into the latest quiz by our quiz agency and discover fascinating facts about the lives and legacies of notable figures who have left an indelible mark on the nation. From freedom fighters to cultural icons, this quiz will challenge your understanding and appreciation of India's rich history. So, what are you waiting for?


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1. Where was Mahatma Gandhi born?

a. Surat

b. Bombay

c. Porbandar

d. Ahmedabad


2. What was the name of the station in which Gandhi was forcibly thrown-off a first-class railway compartment?

a. Durban

b. Empangeni

c. Port Shepstone

d. Pietermarizburg


3. Who formed the Natal Indian Congress in South Africa in 1834 to fight against discrimination?

a. Mahatma Gandhi

b. Subash Chandra Bose

c. Jawaharlal Nehru

d. Sardar Vallabhai Patel


4. Which Sikh Guru built the Golden Temple in Amritsar?

a. Guru Nanak

b. Guru Arjan

c. Guru Gobind Singh

d. Guru Teh Bahadur


5. Who established the Missionaries of Charity in India?

a. St. Vimala

b. St. Mary

c. St. Teresa

d. St. Nivedhita

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Answers

1. Where was Mahatma Gandhi born?

 a. Surat

 b. Bombay

 c. Porbandar

 d. Ahmedabad

Did You Know? Mahatma Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869, in Porbandar, Kathiawar, India, which was then part of the British Empire. Read more about it in this link.

2. What was the name of the station in which Gandhi was forcibly thrown-off a first-class railway compartment?

a. Durban

b. Empangeni

c. Port Shepstone

d. Pietermarizburg

Did You Know? During a trip to Pretoria, a white man objected to Gandhi's presence in the first-class railway compartment although he had a ticket. Refusing to move to the back of the train, Gandhi was forcibly removed and thrown off the train. Read more about it in this link.

3. Who formed the Natal Indian Congress in South Africa in 1834 to fight against discrimination?

a. Mahatma Gandhi

b. Subash Chandra Bose

c. Jawaharlal Nehru

d. Sardar Vallabhai Patel


Did You Know? After he was thrown off the first-class railway compartment, Gandhiji was determined to devote himself to fighting the deep disease of colour prejudice. Read more about it in this link.

4. Which Sikh Guru built the Golden Temple in Amritsar?

a. Guru Nanak

b. Guru Arjan

c. Guru Gobind Singh

d. Guru Teh Bahadur


Did You Know? The Akal Takht inside the Golden Temple is where the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of the Sikhs is kept during the night.

Read more about it in this link.

5. Who established the Missionaries of Charity in India?

a. St. Vimala

b. St. Mary

c. St. Teresa

d. St. Nivedhita


Did You Know? The Missionaries of Charity was established in Kolkata by St. Teresa. Her resting place is in the headquarters of the Missionaries of Charity.

Read more about it in this link.

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