||The Bhakti movement was started by –
||Samkaras philosophy is called –
||The Bhakti culture was reborn in India during-
||15th -16th century AD
||The common belief of life of both Buddha and Mirabai was –
||The world is full of sorrow
||‘Let no man ask a man’s sect or caste’ whose dictum was this?”
||A common feature of all Bhakti Saints was that they –
||Composed their verses in the language understood by their followers
||Vaishnavism in Kamarupa was popularised by –
||Who introduced Vaishnavism in Assam and Cooch Behar?
||Famous medieval saint Shankaradeva belonged to –
||Ramanujacharya is related to –
||“Shuddha Advaitvad” was propounded by –
||Where is the birthplace of “Mahaprabhu Vallabhacharya”?
||Who was the first Bhakti Saint to use Hindi for the propagation of his message?
||Kabir was a disciple of –
||Who are Saints of the Medieval Age India –
||Who composed ‘Bijak’ ?
||A collection of dialogues between Kabir and Dharamdas is titled –
||Malukdas was a saint-poet of –
||What was the name of Saint Ghasidas’s father?
||Which Sikh Guru started ‘Gurumukhi’?
||How many Jyotirlinga are there devoted to Lord Shiva?
||The followers of Ramanuja are known as –
||Which was the birthplace of Guru Nanak?
||In whose regime did Guru Nanak Dev founded the Sikh religion?
||‘God knows man’s virtues and enquires not his caste, in the next world there is no caste!’ This was the theory of which Bhakti saint?
||Mirabai was contemporary of –
||The name of the husband of famous devotee poet Mira –
||Who wrote ‘Rag-Govind’?
||Which leaders of the Bhakti movement was influenced by Islam?
||Chaitanya Mahaprabhu is related to which sect?
||Whose contemporary was Tulsidas?
||Akbar and Jahangir
||The book, “Ramcharitmanas” was written by –
||The main seat (Peeth) of the Varkari sect is situated at –
||Who was the Saint of the Varkari Sect?
||Bhakt Tukaram was a contemporary of which Mughal Emperor?
||The “Chishtia Sufi Order” in India was established by –
||The first Sufi Saint of Chishtia Sect in India was –
||Shaikh Muinuddin Chishti
||Who was the founder of the Christian Branch of Sufism?
||Whose disciple was Khwaja Muinuddin Chishti?
||Khwaja Usman Haruni
||Which Maratha Chieftains was the first to offer nazir (gift) at the Dargah of Khwaja Muinuddin Chishti of Ajmer?
||Raja Sahu, the grandson of Shivaji
||Shaikh Nizamuddin Auliya was the disciple of –
||The book ‘Fawaidul Fawad’ is the record of the conversations of Shaikh Nizamuddin Auliya, it was compiled by –
||Amir Hassan Sizzi
||Dargah of Shaikh Nizamuddin Auliya is situated in –
||The Sufi saint maintained that devotional music was one way of coming close to God –
||Who does not belong to the Chishti order?
||Shaikh Abdul Jilani
||Who is called the ‘Sadi of India’?
||Which Sultans of Delhi was refused an audience by Nizamuddin Auliya?
||Which Sufi Saint was called ‘Mehboob-e-Ilahi’?
||Shaikh Nizamuddin Auliya
||Which Sufi saints is known as Mahboob-i-Ilahi?
||Shaikh Nizamuddin Auliya
||The most reputed disciple of Shaikh Farid who had seen the reign of as many as seven sultans of Delhi was –
||The thought of which of the following Sufi saint have been incorporated in the religious book ‘Adi Granth’ of the Sikh?
||The famous saint Shaikh Salim Chishti lived in –
||Who was given the title of Shaikh-ul-Hind’?
||Shaikh Salim Chishti
||Shaikh Bahauddin Zakaria belonged to which sect?
||The most orthodox Sufi order was –
||Which order of Sufi SM was against music –
||Who Chisti Saints is known as ‘Chirag-e-Delhi?
||Which Sufis regarded Krishna among the alias –
||Shah Muhammad Ghaus
||Prem Vatika, poems on the life of Krishna, was composed by –
||Which is not associated with the Bhakti Movement ‘?
||Who composed ‘Barahmasa’?
||Malik Muhammad Jayasi
||Every year a fair is held at the tomb of a famous Sufi saint Haji Waris Ali Shah at –
||The birthplace of Christ is –
||The spirit of Christians behind the festival of Easter is –
||The day of Resurrection of Christ
||Which Christian saint is famous for the love of animals and birds?
||Saint Francis of Assisi
||Why is the Good Friday of Christians celebrated?
||Jesus Christ crucified