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Match the following correctly :
1. Premashram
2. The Cat and Shakespeare
3. Coolie
4. Nagamandala

I. Mulk Raj Anand
II. Raja Rao
III. Prem Chand
IV. Girish Karnad
(A) 3 2 4 1
(B) 2 3 1 4
(C) 3 2 1 4
(D) 4 3 2 1
Ans: (C)

Joothan by Om Prakash Valmiki is
(A) a collection of poems
(B) a play
(C) an autobiography
(D) a novel
Ans: (C)

Silence ! The Court is in Session is a _________ play translated into English.
(A) Gujarati
(B) Bengali
(C) Marathi
(D) Kannada
Ans: (C)

Who among the following combines anthropology, history and fiction ?
(A) Kamala Markandya
(B) Mulk Raj Anand
(C) Upmanyu Chatterjee
(D) Amitav Ghosh
Ans: (D)

Which of the following is NOT a Partition novel ?
(A) Train to Pakistan
(B) Sunlight on a Broken Column
(C) The Shadow Lines
(D) In Custody
Ans: (D)

Which of the following books by Salman Rushdie refers to the 15th Century Spain as a starting point ?
(A) Haroun and the Sea of Stories
(B) The Moor’s Last Sigh
(C) Shame
(D) Grimus
Ans: (D)

Two of the following plays won the Sultan Padamsee Prize for Indian plays in English :
I. Princes
II. Where There’s a Will
III. Larins Sahib
IV. Doongaji House
The right combination according to the code is :
(A) III and IV
(B) I and III
(C) II and III
(D) I and IV
Ans: (A)

Which of the following novel-novelist pair is correctly matched ?
(A) Bhabani Bhattacharya – All About H. Hatter
(B) Nayantara Sahgal – Cry, the Peacock
(C) Bhagwandas Gidwani – A Bend in the Ganges
(D) Arun Joshi – The Apprentice
Ans: (D)

The Indian English poet who addressed the question ‘of time’ in his poetry is :
(A) Nissim Ezeikel
(B) R. Parthsarathy
(C) A.K. Ramanujan
(D) Gieve Patel
Ans: (B)

After Independence, Mulk Raj Anand, wrote a number of semi-autobiographical works to narrate chunks of his own life through a fictional persona. The name he gave this persona is _______.
(A) Lal Singh
(B) Krishan Chander
(C) Puran Singh
(D) Rahul Singh
Ans: (B)

Who of the following has written the novel The Return?
(A) Bapsi Sidhwa
(B) V.S. Naipaul
(C) K. S. Maniam
(D) Pankaj Mishra
Ans: (C)

Girish Karnad’s Hayavadana, originally in Kannada, has been translated into English by
(A) U.R. Ananthamurthy
(B) By the playwright himself
(C) G.S. Amur
(D) A.K. Ramanujan
Ans: (B)

Call me Ishmail Tonight is written by
(A) A.K. Ramanujan
(B) Agha Shahid Ali
(C) Saleem Peeradina
(D) Nissim Ezekiel
Ans: (B)

Flowers is a short play written by
(A) Mahesh Dattani
(B) Asif Currimbhoy
(C) Girish Karnad
(D) Paoli Sengupta
Ans: (C)

Pick out the two relevant and correct descriptions of U.R. Ananthamurthy’s Samskara.
1. The novel is written in English
2. The novel is concerned with the progressive ideas of the times.
3. The novel is set in Malgudi
4. The novel is a satire on the representatives of a decadent Brahmin society.
5. Samskara is a regional novel
6. Praneschacharya does not atone for his sin.
(A) 4 and 5 are correct
(B) 1 and 4 are correct
(C) 5 and 6 are correct
(D) 3 and 2 are correct
Ans: (A)

Why does Girish Karnad base his play Hayavadana on Thomas Mann’s Transposed Heads ?
(A) It is a mock-heroic transcription of the original Sanskrit tales.
(B) It is concerned with materialism.
(C) It deals with domestic strife.
(D) It deals with ancient times.
Ans: (A)

The collected poems of A.K. Ramanujan has been divided into four sections. Arrange them in their chronological order :
(A) The striders – The Relations – Second Sight – the Black Hen
(B) The Relations – The Striders – The Black Hen – Second Sight
(C) Second Sight – The Relations – The Black Hen – Striders
(D) The Black Hen – Second Sight – The Striders – The Relations
Ans: (A)

The Indian English novelist who, for the first time, addressed the question of language and indigenous experience was
(A) Mulk Raj Anand
(B) R K Narayan
(C) Arun Joshi
(D) Raja Rao
Ans: (A)

G. V. Desani’s All About H. Hatterr is written in the :
(A) stream-of- consciousness mode
(B) first person narrative mode
(C) picaresque mode
(D) naturalistic mode
Ans: (A)

Match the characters with the novels of Amitav Ghosh in which they appear according to the code given below :
i. Fakir
ii. Tridip
iii. Rajkumar
iv. Murugan

1. The Glass Palace
2. The Hungry Tide
3. The Calcutta Chromosome
4. Shadow Lines
Codes :
i ii iii iv
(A) 2 4 1 3
(B) 2 4 3 1
(C) 1 3 1 4
(D) 3 2 4 1
Ans: (A)

Which of the following is not a play by Badal Sircar ?
(A) Bhooma
(B) Evam Indrajeet
(C) That Other History
(D) Agra Bazar
Ans: (D)

Who is the protagonist of Shashi Deshpande’s That Long Silence ?
(A) Mohan
(B) Jaya
(C) Rati
(D) Kamat
Ans: (B)

Sindi Oberoi, the narrator hero in Arun Joshi’s The Foreigner says : “My foreignness lay within me and I couldn’t leave myself behind wherever I went.” Identify the countries which Sindi Oberoi went to.
(A)Kenya, Uganda, England, America, India
(B)Kenya, Uganda, New Zealand, England, India
(C)Kenya, England, Canada, India
(D)Kenya, America, England, Australia, India
Ans: (A)

The Miscellany was published from :
(A) Sahitya Akademi
(B) The Writers Workshop
(D) Dhwanyalok
Ans: (B)

Match the following :

a. Bharata
b. Kuntaka
c. Bhamaha
d. Anandavardhana

(i) Vakrokti
(ii) Riti
(iii) Dhvani
(iv) Rasa
The right matching according to the code is :
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(A) (i) (iv) (ii) (iii)
(B) (ii) (iii) (i) (iv)
(C) (iv) (i) (ii) (iii)
(D) (iii) (ii) (iv) (i)
Ans: (C)

Azizun, a courtesan from Kanpur in A Tale from the Year 1857 : Azizun Nisa by Tripurari Sharma undergoing self-actualisation says : “Yes, I must complete what I’ve set out to do. I’m not a mere woman.” In order to make her impact by her attitudinal shift, she .
(A) challenges the codifiers of the Shariat.
(B) forsakes her profession to become a soldier.
(C) becomes a political leader.
(D) becomes a successful dancer.
Ans: (B)

Which of the following is not a feminist novel ?
(A) Ashapurna Debi’s Subarnalata
(B) Rajam Krishnan’s Lamp in the Whirlpool
(C) Chudamani Raghavan’s Yamini
(D) Bani Basu’s The Enemy Within
Ans: (D)

Which of the following is not true in Dalit aesthetics as given by Sharan Kumar Limbale ?
(A) The agony, assertion, resistance, anger and protest of the dalits should be expressed.
(B) Dalit anubhava (experience) should take precedence over anuman (speculation).
(C) Sympathy for the dalits should be generated.
(D) Ungrammatical language, different from the standard norms of expression, should be used.
Ans: (C)

Which of the following texts of Amitav Ghosh is based on the refugee occupation of an island in the Sundarvans ?
(A) Sea of Poppies
(B) The Hungry Tide
(C) River of Smoke
(D) The Glass Palace
Ans: (B)

The first scene in Girish Karnad’s Tughlaq opens in front of a …………..
(A) court
(B) temple
(C) tavern
(D) shop
Ans: (A)

Manohar Malgonkar was a hunter, a lieutenant colonel in the British army, and a tea-planter. He also wrote a memorable novel about the Sepoy Mutiny, especially Peshwa Baji Rao II. What is that novel ?
(A) A Distant Drum
(B) A Combat of Shadows
(C) A Bend in the Ganges
(D) The Devil`s Wind
Ans: (D)

Identify from among the following, the one incorrect statement on M. Anantanarayanan’s Silver Pilgrimage (1961):
(A) M Anantanarayanan modelled this narrative on the well-known picaresque novels in English
(B) The Silver Pilgrimage is M. Anantanarayanan.s only foray into fiction
(C) This novel is mainly an account of the adventures of Jayasurya, a Sri Lankan prince of the sixteenth century
(D) Among the literary texts quoted by the novel are lines from Shakespeare, Donne and Rilke and classical Tamil poets
Ans: (A)

In his Poems of Love and War, a collection of classic Indian poems in English translation, A.K. Ramanujan sought to revive an ancient ___________ poetic tradition. Choose the right word.
(A) Tamil
(B) Sanskrit
(C) Kannada
(D) Pali
Ans: (A)

Match the columns :
Indian Text English Translator
(i) William Jones Kamalata
(ii) Nathaniel Halhed
(iii) W. Franklin
(iv) T.H. Griffith

(a) The love of Kamarupa and
(b) Ramayana
(c) Upanishads
(d) Abhijnan Sakuntalam

(a) (b) (c) (d)
(A) (iv) (iii) (ii) (i)
(B) (iii) (iv) (ii) (i)
(C) (ii) (iv) (iii) (i)
(D) (iv) (ii) (iii) (i)
Ans: (B)

Which of these works by Indian writers does NOT have the Naxalite Movement as a background?
(A) Mother of 1084
(B) The Lives of Others
(C) The Shadow Lines
(D) The Lowland
Ans: (C)

Who among the following translators is notable as the first translator of Bhagavad Gita into English?
(A) Charles Wilkins
(B) Nathaniel Halhead
(C) William Jones
(D) Barbara Stoler Miller
Ans: (A)

The Bhasmasura myth is used in R.K. Narayan’s …………..
(A) The Man-Eater of Malgudi
(B) The Financial Expert
(C) The English Teacher
(D) The World of Nagaraj
Ans: (A)

Identify the poet, translator, publisher and essayist who founded a press in the 1950s called Writers’ Workshop and provided a publishing outlet for Indians writing in English.
(A) P. Lal
(B) A.K. Mehrotra
(C) Vinay Dharwadkar
(D) A.K. Ramanujan
Ans: (A)

Who among the following bought and renovated the house of the Anglican poet, George Herbert, near Salisbury, England, in 1996?
(A) Daljit Nagra
(B) Vikram Seth
(C) Amitava Kumar
(D) Arundhati Roy
Ans: (B)

Which pair of novels by Anita Desai take as their subject the suppression and oppression of Indian women?
I. Where Shall We Go This Summer?
II. The Zigzag Way
III. Cry, the Peacock
IV. Baumgartner’s Bombay
The right combination according to the code is
(A) I and II
(B) I and III
(C) II and III
(D) III and IV
Ans: (B)

From among the following identify the two Indian English authors who received appreciation and encouragement from their British counterparts :
I. R.K. Narayan, Graham Greene
II. Nirad C. Chaudhuri, Evelyn Waugh
III. Mulk Raj Anand, E.M. Forster
IV. Raja Rao, Iris Murdoch
The right combination according to the code is
(A) I and II
(B) II and IV
(C) I and III
(D) III and IV
Ans: (C)

Which of the following is not a part of the series of poems called Jejuri, written by Arun Kolatkar?
(A) “Yeshwant Rao”
(B) “Chaitanya”
(C) “The Priest”
(D) “An Old Man”
Ans: (D)

In 1941 John Day Company in New York published Jawaharlal Nehru’s autobiography under the title
(A) Toward Freedom
(B) In Search of Freedom
(C) Toward Independence
(D) In Search of Independence
Ans: (A)

Speaking of Siva is an English translation by A.K. Ramanujan of some …………. Bhakti poems composed by Virasaiva saints.
(A) Konkani
(B) Tamil
(C) Telugu
(D) Kannada
Ans: (D)

Vikram Seth’s From Heaven Lake is a/an
(A) verse novel
(B) exhibition of poster poetry
(C) travel book
(D) collection of philosophical essays
Ans: (C)

R.K. Narayan’s “A Horse and Two Goats” is set in a tiny village called …………..
(A) Idupali
(B) Samudram
(C) Kritam
(D) Mallur
Ans: (C)

Kishori Mohan Ganguli, an Indian translator working in the last quarter of 19 century, is best known for his free English translation of
(A) the Ramayana
(B) the Mahabharata
(C) the Bhagavad Gita
(D) Upanishad Sangraha
Ans: (B)

Who is the author of the poem, “Our Casuarina Tree” ?
(A) Sarojini Naidu
(B) Toru Dutt
(C) Rabindranath Tagore
(D) Kamala Das
Ans: (B)

The translation of Geeta into English in 1784 called Bhagvit – Geeta marked, in William Jones’s opinion, an “event that made it possible for the first time to have a reliable impression of Indian Literature”. Who was the translator ?
(A) Charles Wilkins
(B) H. J. Colebrooke
(C) Rammohan Roy
(D) Nathaniel Halhed
Ans: (A)

The title of M.C. Chagla’s autobiography is :
(A) Memoirs of my Working Life
(B) Without Fear or Favour
(C) Roses in December
(D) The Pen as My Sword
Ans: (C)

Who among the following, has translated the classic Malayalam novel, Chemmeen ?
(A) A. K. Ramanujan
(B) Anita Nair
(C) Nandini Nopany
(D) Gita Krishnankutty
Ans: (B)

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__________ is the subject of Asif Currimbhoy’s play, Inquilab.
(A) The Naxalite movement
(B) The Freedom movement
(C) The Non-Cooperation movement
(D) The Khilafat movement
Ans: (A)

 Who is the narrator in Kamala Markandaya’s Nectar in a Sieve ?
(A) Premala
(B) Saroja
(C) Rukmani
(D) Mira
Ans: (C)

Who, among the following Prem Chand translators has NOT translated Godan ?
(A) Jai Ratan
(B) P. Lal
(C) Gordon C. Roadarmel
(D) Christopher R. King
Ans: (D)

Match the Novelist with the work :
List – I
A. Anita Desai
B. Nayantara Sahgal
C. Arun Joshi
D. Kamala Markandaya
List – II
I. Rich Like Us
II. The Nowhere Man
III. In Custody
IV. The Last Labyrinth
Codes :
Ans: (b)

Which of the following lines of T.S. Eliot is used by Anita Desai as the epigraph for her novel, Baumgartner’s Bombay?
(A) “I will show you fear in a handful of dust,” The Waste Land
(B) “In my beginning is my end”, “East Coker”
(C) “Human kind cannot bear very much reality”, “Burnt Norton”
(D) “I have measured out my life with coffee spoons,” “Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”
Ans: (B)

Identify the character who is not part of the group of three protagonists in Girish Karnad’s Hayavadana :
(A) Padmini
(B) Gautama
(C) Kapila
(D) Devadatta
Ans: (B)

Aurobindo Ghosh, author of ‘Savitri’, taught for some time at Baroda College after his return from England in 1893. Which subject did he teach?
(A) English
(B) French
(C) Sanskrit
(D) Bengali
Ans: (A)

Here is a list of Indian writers who have translated their work into English. Match the writer with his source language :
List – I
A. O.V. Vijayan
B. Vilas Sarang
C. Krishna Baldev Vaid
D. Girish Karnad
List – II
I. Kannada
II. Malayalam
III. Marathi
IV. Hindi
Codes :
Ans: (c)

U.R. Ananthamurthy’s Samskara was translated by…
(A) Himself
(B) Girish Karnad
(C) H.S. Shivaprakash
(D) A.K. Ramanujan
Ans: (D)

A fatwa was issued in Salman Rushdie’s name following the publication of :
(A) Midnight’s Children
(B) Shame
(C) Satanic Verses
(D) Grimus
Ans: (C)

Who, among the following Indian writers in English, has created an identifiable imagined locale ?
(A) Mulk Raj Anand
(B) Raja Rao
(C) R.K. Narayan
(D) Anita Desai
Ans: (C)

Which of the following novels reconstructs the historical events of the Indian Mutiny ?
(A) The Jewel in the Crown
(B) The Siege of Krishnapur
(C) The Day of the Scorpion
(D) The Towers of Silence
Ans: (B)

 Which of the following awards is not given to Indian–English writers?
(A) The Booker Prize
(B) The Sahitya Akademi Award
(C) The Gyanpeeth
(D) Whitbread Prize
Ans: (C & D)

Which of the following novels depicts the plight of the Bangladeshi immigrants in East London?
(A) How far can you go
(B) The White Teeth
(C) An Equal Music
(D) Brick Lane
Ans: (D)

 Which of the following poets wrote the essay “Naipaul’s India and Mine”?
(A) Kamala Das
(B) R. Parthasarthy
(C) A. K. Ramanujam
(D) Nissim Ezekiel
Ans: (D)

Identify from the following the work Nirad C. Chaudhuri called “the finest novel in the English language with an Indian theme”.
(A) Kim
(B) A Passage to India
(C) Train to Pakistan
(D) Private Life of an Indian Prince
Ans: (A)

In R.K. Narayan’s Swami and Friends, which game offers Swami the best kind of emotional release from the strains and pressures of disagreeable circumstances ?
(A) Cricket
(B) Football
(C) Tennis
(D) Hockey
Ans: (A)

 Lala Kanshi Ram is a character in:
(A) Arun Joshi’s The Apprentice
(B) Chaman Nahal’s Azadi
(C) Anita Desai’s Fire on the Mountain
(D) Kamala Markandaya’s A Handful of Rice
Ans: (B)

In the following series, which one has all the poets correctly matched in the poems ?
(A) Ezekiel, “Poet, Lover, Birdwatcher” ; Ramanujan, ” Small-Scale Reflections on a Great house” ; Dutt, “Sunset at Puri” ; Mahapatra, “Our Casurina Tree” .
(B) Ezekiel, “Sunset at Puri” ; Ramanujan, “Small-Scale Reflections on a Great house” ; Dutt, “Our Casurina Tree” ; Mahapatra, “Poet, Lover, Birdwatcher” .
(C) Ezekiel, “Poet, Lover, Birdwatcher” ; Ramanujan, “Sunset at Puri” ; Dutt, “Our Casurina Tree” ; Mahapatra, “Small-Scale Reflections on a Great house” .
(D) Ezekiel, “Poet, Lover, Birdwatcher” ; Ramanujan, “Small-Scale Reflections on a Great house” ; Dutt, “Our Casurina Tree” ; ; Mahapatra, “Sunset at Puri” .
Ans: (D)

Oxford India has published a volume of Premchand translations in English, The Oxford India Premchand. Who among the following is not one of the translators?
(A) David Rubin
(B) Alok Rai
(C) Gillian Wright
(D) Christopher King
Ans: (C)

Which two of the following works were published after 1947?

(A) The Dark Room

(B) Sampath: A Printer of Malgudi

(C) Seven Summers

(D) The Big Heart

Ans: (B)

K.S. Maniam is a major writer of Indian origin, writing in English, born and living in Malaysia.
Identify two of his novels from the following list.
(a) The Rice Mother
(b) The Return
(c) Touching Earth
(d) Between Lives

The right combination according to the Code is:
(A) (a) and (d)
(B) (b) and (c)
(C) (c) and (d)
(D) (b) and (d)
Ans: (D)

Nirad Chaudhuri’s Autobiography of an Unknown Indian concludes with an essay on the course of Indian history. But in the penultimate chapter Chaudhuri concludes the account of events in his life. How does this narrative end?
(A) Chaudhuri ties the knot with his childhood sweetheart and moves from Calcutta to Delhi.
(B) Chaudhuri obtains a job in the military accounts department and gives it up because he finds it soul-destroying.
(C) Chaudhuri joins the editorial team of a Calcutta newspaper and is upset over the drudgery of a reporter’s life.
(D) Chaudhuri rushes to his ancestral village Bangram on receiving the news of the death of his uncle and recalls his past life.
Ans: (B)

Who, among the following, collaborated with Purohit Swami in translating the Ten Principal Upanishads into English ?
(A) Christopher Fry
(B) Aldous Huxley
(C) Lawrence Durrell
(D) W.B. Yeats
Ans: (D)

“Take the smoking disclaimer issue” begins Vishal Bharadwaj. “Putting a disclaimer every time somebody smokes on screen is not an answer. If M.F. Hussain had painted a man with a cigar, would you have asked him to put the disclaimer, “Cigarette smoking is injurious to health” on the painting”?

The point Bharadwaj makes with his rhetorical question is the following:
(A) The smoking disclaimer is ineffectual because M.F. Hussain’s painting wouldn’t have carried it.
(B) The smoking disclaimer on objects perceived as ‘art’ is simply superfluous.
(C) The smoking disclaimer is ineffectual because ‘art’ entertains but does not instruct.
(D) The smoking disclaimer on screen or on M.F. Hussain painting distracts us from enjoying art.
Ans: (B)

Which of the following novels begins with a Prologue under the Title ” The Storming of Seringapatam” saying “I address these lines written in India- to my relatives in England”?
(A) The Siege of Krishnapur by J.G farell
(B) The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins
(C) The Sign of Four by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
(D) The Jewel in the Crown by Paul Scott
Ans: (B)

Match the following authors with the novels :
(Name of Author)
(1) Inheritance
(2) Listening Now
(3) Sister of My Heart
(4) The Hero’s Walk

(Name of Novel)
(a) Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
(b) Anita Rau Badami
(c) Anjana Appachana
(d) Indira Ganesan

(A) (a)-(i), (b)-(iii), (c)-(ii), (d)-(iv)
(B) (a)-(iv), (b)-(ii), (c)-(i), (d)-(iii)
(C) (a)-(iii), (b)-(iv), (c)-(ii), (d)-(i)
(D) (a)-(iv), (b)-(i), (c)-(iii), (d)-(ii)
Ans: (C)

1992 demolition of the disputed structure in Ayodhya produced two controversial literary responses. Identify them.
(A) Out of Place, The Algebra of Infinite Justice
(B) Annals and antiquities, between Sunlight and Shadows
(C) The Moor’s Last Sigh, Lajja
(D) Chronicles of a Riot Foretold, Shame
Ans: (C)

Which of the following statements on Rajmohan’s Wife is not true?
(A) Bankim Chandra published it soon after serialization and was elated in seeing its first copy.
(B) The novel was serialized in 1864 in a short-lived magazine in Calcutta.
(C) By common consent, Rajmohan’s Wife is the first novel in English published by an Indian.
(D) His vivid descriptions of the routine of Bengali households reveal a lot about the nineteenth century.
Ans: (A)

I, Allan Sealy’s the Trotter-Nama traces the history of the Anglo-Indian community in a chronicle of seven generations of the Trotter family, told by the seventh Trotter. This narrator is
(A) a quack in the Indian outback
(B) a forget of Indian miniatures
(C) an accountant in the Indian army.
(D) a collector of rare manuscripts.
Ans: (B)

Mango Souffle , India’s first major gay themed film, is an adaptation of Mahesh Dattani’s play
(A) Do the Needful
(B) Bravely Fought the Queen
(C) Dance like a Man
(D) On a Muggy Night in Mumbai
Ans: (D)

In Which of Anita Desai’s novels does an insane wife kill her husband?
(A) Voices in the City
(B) In Custody
(C) Cry, The Peacock
(D) Baumgartner’s Bombay
Ans: (C)

Who’s the author of the short story, The Ghost of Firozsha Bang?
(A) Vikram Seth
(B) V. S. Naipaul
(C) Kiran Desai
(D) Rohinton Mistry
Ans: (D)

Who among the following has written a series of poems entitled. “Very Indian Poems in Indian English”?

(A) Vikram Seth

(B) Arun Kolatkar

(C) Nissim Ezekiel

(D) Keki N Daruwalla

Ans: (C)

Which two of the following are autobiographical narratives?

  1. Kanthapura
  2. Meatless Days
  3. Prison and Chocolate Cake
  4. The God of small things

The correct option is:

(A) (a) and (b)

(B) (b) and (c)

(C) (a) and (c)

(D) (c) and (d)

Ans: (B)

Match the author with the story:

a) Edgar Allan Poe

b) E.M. Forster

c) Katherine Mansfield

d) Salman Rushdie

i. The Fall of the House of Usher

ii. The Prophet’s Hair

iii. The Garden Party

iv. The Celestial Omnibus

Choose the correct option:

A) (a)-(iii), (b)-(ii),(c)-(i),(d)-(iv)

B) (a)-(iv), (b)-(iii),(c)-(i),(d)-(ii)

C) (a)-(i), (b)-(iv),(c)-(iii),(d)-(ii)

D) (a)-(ii), (b)-(i),(c)-(iv),(d)-(iii)

Ans: (C)

Which of the following books carried the additional title Sermon on the Sea?

(A) The Religion of Man by Tagore

(B) Essay on the Gita by Aurobindo

(C) Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule by Gandhi

(D) Christ and Satyagraha by Elwin

Ans: (C)

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