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Expected questions from VEDAS
- The oldest literary work in the world
- The first literary item in the Indo European language.
- The popular God in the Rigveda era- Indhra
- Rig veda translated into Persian by- Max Muller
- Rig Veda translated into Malayalam by- Vallathol Narayana Menon
- Rig veda starts with - 'Agnimeele purohitham'.
- Rigveda ends as- 'Yadhavah susahasathi'
- It describes the coming of Aryans and their life style
- It includes Mandooka sloka
- It include Gayathri Manthra
- It is the oldest veda
- The authors of vedas- Aryans
- The number of mandalas in the rigveda- 10
- The ninth mandala is for Soma dev
- The veda includes the description of medicinal plants.
- The river which has reference in rigveda- Sindhu
- The number of Sthothra in the rigveda- 1028
- The famous poetesses who had wrote the Rigveda lieraries- Khosha, Apaara, Lopamudhra
- Describes the customs of Gurus
- Said about sacrifice processes (Bali kriyas) and rituals
- Include 40 units
- It is in the form of prose
- It is divided into 2 , first is Krishna yajur veda and the second is Shukla Yajur veda
- It deals with the music
- The last and fourth veda
- Ayurveda is its part
- It has 4 upavedas- Dhanur veda, Gandarva veda, Shilpa veda, Ayur veda.
- It says "The war starts in the human mind".
|Kerala PSC - Assistant Grade 2(Model Questions World History) |
Associated Titles of Well-Known Persons
Apostle of Free Trade : Richard Cobden
Bangabandhu : Sheikh Mujibur Rahman
Bard of Avon : Shakespeare
The Enlightened One,
The Light of Asia : Buddha
The Father of English
Poetry : Geoffrey Chaucer
Frontier Gandhi, Badshah Khan : Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
Fuehrer :Adolf Hitler
G.B.S. :George Bernard Shaw
Grand Old Man of Britain : Gladstone
II Duce : Mussolini
Iron Duke : Duke of Wellington
Kingmaker : Earl of Warwick
Lady with the Lamp : Florence Nightingale
Maid of Orleans : Joan of Arc
Maiden Queen : Elizabeth I
Man of Blood & Iron : Bismark
Man of Destiny, Little Corporal : Napoleon
Mark Twain : Samuel Clemens
Wizard of the North : Sir Walter Scott.