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Interesting Quiz on Hindu Mythology || Hindu Mythology Quiz

  1. Who is the author of Mahabharat?
    A. Veda Vyas
    B. Valmiki
    C. Sage Vasishtha
    D. Sage Viswamithra

  2. Who is the author of Ramayan?
    A. Viswamithra
    B. Valmiki
    C. Sage Vasishtha
    D. Veda Vyasa

  3. Also Read: Vyasa Purnima

  4. Who wrote Mahabharat while Veda Vyasa dictated it?
    A. Vasishtha
    B. Saraswati Devi
    C. Ganesha
    D. Sri Krishna

  5. Which is the first avatar / incarnation of Sri Vishnu's Dasavatara?
    A. Varaha
    B. Narasimha
    C. Vamana
    D. Matsya

  6. What is the name of Sita Devi's father?
    A. Dasaratha
    B. Ravana
    C. Valmiki
    D. Maharaj Janak

  7. What is the original name of Sage Valmiki?
    A. Devavrat
    B. Ekalavya
    C. Ratnakar
    D. Sishupal

  8. Sri Vishnu appeared in which avatar to kill Hiranyaksha?
    A. Vamana
    B. Varaha
    C. Parasurama
    D. Narasimha

  9. Also Read: Dasavatharam of Sri Vishnu

  10. What is the name of Sri Krishna's sankh (conch)?
    A. Panchajanya
    B. Koumudi
    C. Chudamani
    D. Gandiv

  11. Who brought River Ganga on to Earth from heaven?
    A. Bhagiratha
    B. Vaishtha
    C. Bhrigu
    D. Durvasa
  12. What was the name of Bheeshma before he took the vow?
    A. Devadoot
    B. Devavrat
    C. Devadhar
    D. Devan

  13. Who was the father of Sati Devi (wife of Shiva)?
    A. Himavat
    pa B. Dakshapati
    C. Dakshaprajapati
    D. Himraj

  14. What is the name of Siva's vahana (vehicle)?
    A. Mushika
    B. Garuda
    C. Hamsa
    D. Nandi

  15. Which Pandava prince killed Bakasura?
    A. Bheema
    B. Arjuna
    C. Nakula
    D. Sahadev

  16. Who is the father of Shani Dev?
    A. Shukracharya
    B. Surya Bhagwan
    C. Yamraj
    D. Brihaspati

  17. Siva swallowed which poison at the time of Samudra Manthan?
    A. Amritam
    B. Bahurupa
    C. Halahala
    D. Kiranka

  18. Who gifted Shiva Dhanush to King Janaka?
    A. Shiva
    B. Brahma
    C. Dasaratha
    D. Parasuram

  19. What is the name of Indra Dev's wife?
    A. Sheetal Devi
    B. Sati Devi
    C. Suruchi Devi
    D. Sachi Devi

  20. What is the name of Indra's charioteer (ratha sarathi)?
    A. Sanjay
    B. Radhey
    C. Matali
    D. Sishupal

  21. How many parvas are there in Mahabharat?
    A. 24
    B. 18
    C. 16
    D. 30

  22. How many kandas are there in Ramayana?
    A. seven
    B. eleven
    C. three
    D. five

  23. What is the name of Arjuna and Subhadra's son?
    A. Abhimanyu
    B. Arimanyu
    C. Abhijit
    D. Arijit

  24. Who is Surya Bhagwan's charioteer?
    A. Radheya
    B. Arun
    C. Usha
    D. Sandhya

  25. Who among the following is Deva Guru?
    A. Sukracharya
    B. Durvasa
    C. Brihaspati
    D. Vasishtha

  26. Which god is known as Natraj?
    A. Hanuman
    B. Ganesha
    C. Krishna
    D. Shiva

  27. Who built the palace at Khandavaprastha for Pandavas?
    A. Viswakarma
    B. Indra
    C. Krishna
    D. Maya

  28. As the protector of cows Krishna was called by which name?
    A. Govinda
    B. Govardhana
    C. Gopala
    D. Gomukha

  29. Which of the following is the abode of Shiva?
    A. Vindhyachal
    B. Kailash Parvat
    C. Sumeru Parvat
    D. Nanga Parvat

  30. What is the name of Vishnu's vahana?
    A. Garuda
    B. Varaha
    C. Charana
    D. Gaya

  31. What is the name of Ganesha's vahana?
    A. Anindya
    B. Achintya
    C. Amita
    D. Achala

  32. Which hill Krishna lifted on his little finger?
    A. Rishyamuk
    B. Govardhan
    C. Kishkinda
    D. Meru

  33. Which river was held in the matter hair of Shiva?
    A. Yamuna
    B. Saraswati
    C. Ganga
    D. Godavari

  34. Sri Vishnu incarnated as Krishna in which yuga?
    A. Satya
    B. Kali
    C. Treta
    D. Dwapara

  35. What is the name of the chakra held by Sri Maha Vishnu?
    A. Gandiva
    B. Koumudi
    C. Saranga
    D. Sudarshana

  36. Which Devi emerged from the ocean during Samudra Manthan?
    A. Saraswati
    B. Parvati
    C. Lakshmi
    D. Durga

  37. What is the dark form of Durga Devi called?
    A. Lalitha
    B. Kalika
    C. Vaishnavi
    D. Tripura
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