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This round consists of 20 questions.
Write your answers in BLOCK LETTERS only.
Use of any unfair means will result in
Starred questions, 5 & its multiples, will be
used for tie-breaking.
1. ‘THE MOTOR CYCLE DIARIES’ is a 2004 biopic about the
journey and written memoir of 23-year-old X. The film
recounts the 1952 expedition, initially by motorcycle,
across South America by X and his friend Alberto Granado,
one of the major political figures of the 20th century.
2. X is a condition that causes hostages to develop a
psychological alliance with their captors as a survival strategy
during captivity. Also a 2014 Bollywood movie directed by Imtiaz
Ali, showcased X as its major plot orientation of the story.
3. X was a very famous Portuguese explorer who organized the
Spanish expedition to the East Indies from 1519 to 1522, resulting
in the first circumnavigation of the Earth. However, just before
completion, he was murdered by the Philippine tribe for trying to
convert them into Christianity. Later, it was formally completed
by Juan Sebastián Elcano, again a Spanish explorer.
4. X was one of the major halts in the corridor connecting
North India with the East during the Mughal period. In past
centuries, it has been variously known as Mangalpur and
Oven Nagar. The township was named X when Indian railways
established a junction here in 1883. However this place is now
known by a different name, Y.
Give both X and Y.
X = MUGHALSARAI
Y = PANDIT DEENDAYAL UPADHYAYA NAGAR
5*. In the decade of 50s and 60s, The Maharaja of Air India
encouraged the people to travel to different tourist
destinations of the world with Air India through specially
designed advertisements. In the following picture identify the
destination (city) where the lovely Maharaja wants you to
travel through Air India.
6. In 1978, the traditional Ayurvedic digestive medicine,
Shudhabardhak Bati was branded as _________.
8. Shivaji's son Sambhaji, who was one of the Maratha rulers,
attempted to make dal for himself when his head chef was
away. He added a little tamarind to the dal and the royal
kitchen dared not to correct him on the fact that tamarind was
not used in dal. This gave birth to very iconic Indian dish.
9. Identify this UNESCO World Heritage site of which Mr.
Lublublublub is the most famous guide.
10* During the Mughal empire, grand celebrations of X were
held at the Lal Qila, where the festival was also known as
Guru Gobind Singh – the last human guru of the Sikhs –
modified “X” with a three-day Hola Mohalla extension festival
of martial arts.
11. This garment originated in the 19th century British India
as the European style court dress of nobles and royals of
northern India. The name of the attire is possibly derived from
Shirvan a region of present-day Azerbaijan due to the folk
dress of that area. The garment may also be a direct derivative
of the Caucasian dress due to ethnic and cultural linkages.
13. This is the list of the ingredients of ?
• fennel seeds
• watermelon kernels
• rose petals
• vetiver seeds
14. X is an Italian word, which means, a male or female
‘bartender’, who typically works behind a counter, serving hot
drinks (such as espresso), cold alcoholic and non-alcoholic
beverages, and snacks.
X is also an Indian beverage company headquartered in New
Delhi, which currently has espresso bars across India, Sri
Lanka, Nepal and Maldives.
As of now, the chain has 500+ stores in India, with an
estimated annual revenue of ₹2 billion.
15.* TLC, an American channel was launched in 1972 by
Department of Health, Education and Welfare and NASA as
ACSN and was distributed at no cost by NASA satellite. ACSN
was privatised in 1980 and its name was changed to X which
was subsequently shortened to TLC.
What does TLC stand for?
17. Following is the poster of an upcoming Hollywood movie,
X and the Lost City of Gold, which is a live-action film
adaptation of a famous American cartoon series which first
aired on the Nickelodeon channel in 2000.