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  1. [Dasaavatharam] In which Yuga did Vamana Avataar occur? ?
 

 Satya Yuga

 Treta Yuga

 Dvapara Yuga

 Kali Yuga

 
  2. [Dasaavatharam] At whose instance did King Dasharatha send Lord Rama to forest ?
 

 Kaikeyi

 Kausalya

 Sumitra

 Yashoda

 
  3. [Dasaavatharam] What was the role of Vaasuki (the giant snake) during Mathsya Avataar? ?
 

 Fighting the Asura 'Hayagreeva'

 Connecting the huge ship to the giant Fish

 Tying Vedas

 All of the above

 
  4. [Dasaavatharam] Who were eager to marry Goddess Shri Mahalakshmi as she came out during the churning of Ocean ?
 

 Asuras

 Devas

 Everybody

 

 
  5. [Dasaavatharam] What did Shri Krishna lift when he was young to protect his villagers from torrential rains ?
 

 Ship

 Hill

 Palace

 Snake

 
  6. [Ramayanam] Who did Lord Rama's brother Lakshmana marry ?
 

 Urmila

 Mandavi

 Shrutha Keerthi

 Ambika

 
  7. [Bhagavadh Gita] The teachings contained in Bhagavadh Gita were revealed by Lord Narayana to mankind much before his discourse to Arjuna ?
 

 TRUE

 FALSE

 

 

 
  8. [Dasaavatharam] While in the forest, upon seeing Baratha and a big crowd, what did Lakshmana think at first  ?
 

 Baratha had come to fight Lord Rama

 Baratha had come to request Lord Rama to return

 Baratha had come to join Lord Rama in the forest

 None of the above

 
  9. [Dasaavatharam] What was the condition specified during Sita Devi's Swayamvar  ?
 

 Shiva Danus (Bow) needs to be stringed

 Shiva Danus (Bow) needs to be broken

 Shiva Danus (Bow) needs to be lifted

 King Janaka was to be defeated

 
  10. [Dasaavatharam] What do you think of this statement: During Koorma Avataar Nectar was given to Devas and Halahala poison was given to Asuras ?
 

 Yes - The statement is entirely correct

 No - Halahala was given to Devas and Nectar to Asuras

 No - Nectar was given only to Devas

 No - Nectar was consumed by Lord Narayana

 

  

Quiz questions contributed by Sri Ramji Govindarajan, UK.