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Choose the correct answer for the question from the given paragraph:
For three days our path first takes us upstream along the Goriganga, and then into the shrouded Milam Valley where the narrow gorges. afford few views.
Which river is mentioned here?
(A) Milani
(B) Ragash Kund
(C) Goriganga
(D) Dudh

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“Though I gave premium to rationalism then, I had difficulty thinking of Yaanai Malai as a non-living, huge chunk of stone”.
Choose the right idea conveyed by the statement mentioned above.
(A) The speaker gives importance to Yaanai Malai
(B) The speaker is not bothered about the non-living things
(C) The speaker believes that Yaanai Malai is a small thing
(D) The speaker being a rational person feels difficult to consider Yaanai Malai as an inanimate thing

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“During the cool winter months, before the emerald of the paddy fields slowly turns into a wealth of gold. small flocks of lily – white egrets alight here to feast upon the tiny, silvery fish that strays into the shallow waters of the fields” – What does the underlined
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(A) Emerald stones transforming to become gold
(B) Emerald landscape replaced by golden colour
(C) Paddy crop slowly becomes ripe for harvesting
(D) Bright blue colour becomes bright yellow

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“A dominant landmark of the north-eastern outskirts of Madurai is Yaanni Malai”
Choose the inappropriate statement from the following
(A) Yaanai malai is a solid rocky hill
(B) Yaanai malai is in the north-east direction of Madurai
(C) Madurai is the landmark of Yaanai malai
(D) Yaanai malai is otherwise called elephant hill

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Abandoned Bhutia villages dot our path and I increasingly get the feeling that we are traversing a long-forgotten route. On the fourth day we cross the ghost villages of Burfu and Bilju before we reach Milam.
‘Ghost Villages’ are
(A) villages full of ghosts
(B) villages ruled by ghosts
(C) villages without people
(D) villages often visited by ghosts

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Read the passage and select the correct sentence from the options given below :
Built in the year 1010 by King Raja Raja Chola stood a symbol of flourishing sculptural expertise and rich culture of ancient India.
(A) King Raja Raja Chola born in 1010.
(B) King Raja Raja was an expert in sculpture.
(C) The Big temple stood a place of King Raja Raja Chola’s court.
(D) The Big temple stood a symbol of flourishing sculptural expertise and rich culture of ancient India.

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What brings out the munificence of the Chola king who built ‘The Brihadeesvarar Temple”?
(A) The Pillared Cloisters of deities
(B) The huge and massive size of the Shiva Linga arid the Nandhi Statue
(C) The towering Vimanam which echoes the divine Mount Kailash
(D) The Statues and paintings of the Royal Museum

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To my immediate right the Nanda Pal glacier slopes down sharply. It could easily have been built up as a very challenging ski slope except, of course, for the fact that it ends in a cold and menacing snout with icy waters flowing beneath.
In the above passage Nanda Pal glacier is not associated with
(A) sharp slopes
(B) the land of demons
(C) a cold and menacing snout
(D) icy waters

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Having overloaded myself I reached the Palace in search of all the glory of the old Chola capital. The 16th Century Palace was built by the Nayaks and later renovated by the Marathas.
Who built the Palace in Thanjavur?
(A) The Marathas
(B) The Cholas
(C) The Nayaks
(D) The Pandavas

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