Canto 02, Chapter 03: Pure Devotional Service: The Change in Heart Quiz

01. Why bhakti-yoga process accepted?
a) To forget the lost relation with lord Sri Krishna.
b) To become healthy, wealthy & famous in material world.
c) To more & more indulge in sense gratification.
d) To revive the lost relation with lord Sri Krishna.
      
02. What is the meaning of “manishinam”?
a) Forgetfull men.
b) Thoughtful men.
c) Lusty men.
d) Greedy men.
      
03. To whom one should worship to desire to absorb in the impersonal brahma-jyotir effulgence?
a) Shiva
b) Manu.
c) Ganesha.
d) Brihaspati.
      
04. One who desires powerful sex should worship ___________.
a) Kamadeva
b) Indra.
c) Varuna.
d) Shiva.
      
05. For good fortune one should worship ____________.
a) Laxmi devi
b) Aditi
c) Durga Devi
d) Sarasvati Devi
      
06. One should worship the _____________ if he wants to be a great hero.
a) Indra
b) Rudra
c) Brahma
d) Agnidev
      
07. For a good bank balance one should worship the ____________.
a) Kubera
b) Indra
c) Varuna
d) Laxmi devi
      
08. To whom one should worship for the desire of domination over others?
a) Durga Devi
b) Lord Shiva
c) Lord Ganesha
d) Brahma deva 
      
09. According to Bhagavad Gita, who are the less intelligent people?
a) who aspire after gaining some or all of the material objects of enjoyment.
b) who are advancing in material civilization under the heading of scientific progress. 
c) whose intelligence is withdrawn by the deluding energy of maya.
d) All of these.
      
10. For what purpose one should worship Lord Vishnu or His devotee?
a) for spiritual advancement in knowledge
b) to be a greatly learned man
c) to attain the heavenly planets
d) to get a worldly kingdom
 
11. One who desires domination over a kingdom or an empire should worship ________________.
a) The sun god
b) the moon god
c) the Manus
d) the Indra
      
12. For the desire of sense gratification one should worship ____________.
a) Indra
b) soma
c) varuna
d) kam-deva 
      
13. The person one who desires nothing of material enjoyment should worship ____________.
a) the lord Shiva
b) the lord Brahma
c) the goddess Durga
d) the Supreme Personality of Godhead
      
14. Why should everyone take up the methods of bhakti-yoga seriously?
a) it is the means of all perfection.
b) it is the ultimate goal of both karma-yoga and jnana-yoga
c) it is the ultimate goal of the different varieties of worship of the different demigods
d) all of these.
      
15. Akama refers to __________.
a) the thoughts of becoming one with the Lord, or being merged in the brahma-jyotir
b) one who has no material desire.
c) one desires for one's own satisfaction to be free from the material miseries.
d) one desires for material enjoyment worship small demigods.
      
16. What does Kaivalya refer to?
a) Karma-yoga
b) Jnana-yoga
c) Bhakti-yoga
d) Ashtanga-yoga
      
17. _________ epic accepted as the fifth division of the Vedas.
a) Sama
b) Yajur
c) Atharva
d) Mahabharata
      
18. What happens to those person who has failed in the proper discharge of yoga practices?
a) He directly goes to back to home, back to godhead
b) He get chance to take birth in the house of devout brahmanas or in the houses of rich men.
c) He fall down to lower planets like Sutala, Patala.
d) None of these.
      
19. Maharaja Parikshit took birth in an imperial family of the __________.
a) Yadus
b) Vrishnis
c) Bhojas
d) Kurus
      
20. The word satam refers to _____________.
a) demons
b) karmis
c) social workers
d) pure devotees
 
21. Why the human form of life is awarded to a living entity?
a) To enjoy the material world.
b) To get place in heavenly planets.
c) To realize his spiritual identity and permanent source of happiness.
d) To do philanthrophy
      
22. If the money is given in charity to a _________, the money is returned a hundred and a thousand times.
a) non-brahmana
b) half-educated brahmana
c) learned and fully qualified brahmana
d) Veda-paraga
      
23. Prolonged life without ______________ value is not very important.
a) Social
b) personal
c) material
d) spiritual
      
24. A person who has no discrimination in regard to eating is compared to a ____________.
a) Dog
b) Lion
c) Hog
d) Cat
      
25. A person who wants to enjoy family life or the worldly life of so-called enjoyment is compared to the camel.
a) horse
b) camel
c) donkey
d) monkey
      
26. A henpecked man is compared to the _________.
a) monkey
b) dog
c) horse
d) ass
      
27. The human tongue is especially given ____________.
a) for croaking like frogs.
b) for chanting the Vedic hymns.
c) for self glorification.
d) for chanting some mundane nonsense.
      
28. Which class of devotee makes distinctions between devotees and nondevotees?
a) fourth class devotee.
b) third class devotee.
c) second class devotee.
d) first class devotee.
      
29. The Lord by his _______ incarnation in the temple shows immense favor to the fallen souls by His auspicious presence.
a) time.
b) sound.
c) book.
d) archa.
      
30. In which mood one should visit temples and the holy places of pilgrimage?
a) to realise the transcendental pastimes of the Lord.
b) mood of sightseeing.
c) to perform ritaulistic activities in the pilgrimage.
d) to stay away from material life.
 
31. According to Srila Viswvanatha Chakravarty Thakura, the breathing dead body is a ___________.
a) human being.
b) animal.
c) demigod.
d) ghost.
      
32. How can one attain the perfectional stage of devotional service?
a) by discharge of the duties of household life.
b) by blessed by the dust of the feet of great devotees.
c) by accepting the renounced order of life.
d) by performing penances in the hot sun, within cold water or before the blazing fire.
      
33. The reactional ecstasy with signs of tears in the eyes and standing of the hairs on the body are the preliminary symptoms of the ___________ stage of perfection.
a) neophyte.
b) bhava.
c) prema.
d) none of these.
      
34. The bhava stage is manifested by ___________ transcendental symptoms.
a) five.
b) six.
c) seven.
d) eight.
 
 
Question No. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Answer: d b d b c b c d d a c c d d b c d b d d
Question No. 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34            
Answer: c c d c b d b c d a d b b d