Who said, “I am thoroughly convinced that no individual or nation can live by holding itself apart from the community of others …. We are to give as well as take from others. We should give our ancient spirituality and culture and get in return/western sciences and technology.”
Which British statesman said : “The duty of the British government is to foster education among the natives, even though it might be their own high road back to England”
Answer: Mountstuart Elphinstone
Who organized for the first time the All India Music Conference at Baroda in 1916 ?
Answer:Pandit V.N. Bhatkhande
Who said the following : “This retention of Rowlatt legislation in the teeth of universal opposition is an affront to the nation. Its repeal is necessary to appease national honour.”
Answer: Mahatma M.K. Gandhi
Which architect designed the Victoria Memorial Hall in Calcutta (1906-21) in IndoIslamic features ?
Of the essential tenets of the Gandhian system of education, which statement from among the following is not correct ?
Answer: Education must serve the nation’s needs.
When was the ‘Sangeet Natak Akademi – a National Academy for the Performing Arts’ established ?
When was the National School of Drama (NSD) at New Delhi established as the National Institute for Theatre Training ?
On the success of the Bardoli Satyagraha in February 1928, who of the following remarked “Bardoli lifted Gandhi out of the depression” ?
Which of the following Harappan sites has revealed polished pillar fragments ?
Which of the following Gods in the Rigveda is also considered a prist (ritvij) who is a connecting link between men and Gods ?
Which of the following God/Goddess in Kenopanishad realizes first that Brahman is the power behind all Gods ?
Which of the following upanishads mentions clearly devotion (bhakti) towards preceptor (guru) for the first time ?
Which one of the following texts refers to the Pancharatra cult as “lokatantra” or religion for all ?
Answer: Shanti Parva of the Mahabharata
Heliodorus in his Garuddhvaja inscription says that three practices lead to eternity (Amrit Pada). Which of the following were these ?
Answer:exertion (dam), relinquishing (tyaga), non-laziness (apramada)