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NDA Exam I 2016: Sample Question Set 5- History

Mar 31, 2016 10:20 IST

    NDA Exam I 2016 – 17th April 2016

    1.Which of the following are the paths chosen by Ramakrishna Paramahamsa towards salvation
    A.Gyana marg
    B.Belief in one single god monotheism
    C.Vedas and Upanishads are the only way to salvation
    D.Renunciation, meditation and devotion
    Ans- d

    2.Who among the following is the great disciple of Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and helped in spreading the message that there are many roads to god and salvation and service of god for man was embodiment of god?
    A.Raja Rammohan Roy
    B.Swami Vivekananda
    C.Swami Dayananda Saraswati
    D.Annie Besant
    Ans- B

    3.Which of the following ideas propagated through Ramakrishna Mission?
    I.Social and religious reform
    II.Women education
    III.Doctrine of service
    IV.Service of jiva and worship of Shiva
    A.Both I and II
    B.II, III and IV
    C.III and IV
    D.I, III and IV
    Ans – D

    4.Which of the following reasons can be attributed to the success of Ramakrishna mission?
    A.Focused mainly on teachings of Upanishads and Vedas
    B.Popularized the saying” for our own motherland a junction of both Hinduism and Islam is necessary”
    C.Though a religious body never considered itself as a sect of Hinduism
    D.Worked for upliftment of depressed classes.
    Ans – C

    5.Swami Vivekananda’s contribution to society and educating masses is through following ways:
    I.Condemned caste system and current rituals and superstitions
    II.Criticized for having lost touch with rest of world and for becoming stagnant and mummified
    III.Subscribed to Vedanta which he considered fully rational system
    Options are-
    A.Only I
    B.Only II
    C.Only III
    D.All the above
    Ans- D

    6.Raja Rammohan Roy and Brahma Samaj which of the following statements regarding Raja Rammohan Roy are correct?
    I.Considered as father of Indian renaissance
    II.Started Brahmo Samaj
    III.Set up Atmiya Sabha in Calcutta
    IV.Translated Vedas and five Upanishads to Bengali language
    Options are-
    A.Only II and III
    B.I, II, III
    C.I, II and IV
    D.All of the above
    Ans – D

    7.The main purpose of Brahmo Samaj for which it was set up are-
    A.Purify Hinduism and to preach monotheism
    B.Criticize social evils, oppose idolatry and emphasize human dignity
    C.Both A and B
    D.None of the above
    Ans- C

    8.The following are the legislative contributions of Raja Rammohan Roy
    A.Abolition of sati
    B.Indianisation of superior services
    C.Reduction of export duties on Indian goods
    D.Abolition of east India company’s trading rights
    Ans – A

    9.Raja Rammohan Roy’s contribution to education are:
    I.Assisted David Hare in setting Hindu college
    II.English school at Calcutta was maintained at his own cost
    III.Established Vedanta College which taught only western social and physical sciences
    Options are-
    A.Only III
    B.Both II and III
    C.Only I and II
    D.All the above
    Ans – C

    10.Which of the following is considered as the main reason for division of Brahmo Samaj ?
    A.Resolutely opposing Christian missionaries and their work against Hinduism
    B.Internal conflicts among Debendranath Tagore and Keshub Chandra Sen for including teachings of all religions
    C.Lack of strong propagator of views
    D.Opposition by people for disturbing traditional caste practices like abolition of sati, widow remarriage and women education.
    Ans- B

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