Strong Roots | APJ Abdul Kalam | Part 4 | Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Class 12

Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) on 'Strong Roots' written by APJ Abdul Kalam

Strong Roots | APJ Abdul Kalam | Part 4 | Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Class 12

Strong Roots, APJ Abdul Kalam, Class 12, Multiple Choice Questions and Answers, MCQmeaningless

43. Tag Kalam was totally convinced that the prayers would-

(a) prove futile

(b) be meaningless

(c) be a useless gesture

(d) reach god 


44. People sat outside the mosque and waited for - 

(a) the narrator

(b) Kalam's mother

(c) Kalam's father  

(d) the Imam 

45. Many people offered bowls of water to Kalam's father who would- 

(a) drink the water

(b) dip his fingertips in them  

(c) take those bowls home

(d) place them inside the mosque 


46. Having dipped his fingertips in the bowl of water and saying a prayer, Kalam's father- 

(a) polluted the water

(b) drank the water

(c) sanctified the water  

(d) purified the water 


47. The water sanctified by Kalam's father was carried home for-

(a) offering prayer

(b) invalids  

(c) young men

(d) little girls 


48. People came to meet Kalam's father in their house to -

(a) sanctify water

(b) cure the invalids

(c) offer thanks 

(d) seek his advice 


49. When people thanked Jainulabdeen after being cured, he asked them to thank- 

(a) Pakshi Lakshmana Sastry

(b) Allah, the merciful  

(c) the universe

(d) various divine forces

50. What was the name of the high priest of Rameswaram temple?

(a) Pakshi Lakshmana Sastry  

(b) Rama Sastry

(c) Jagat Sastry

(d) Ramdasa Sastry


51 Growing old enough, once Kalam asked his father about-

(a) the existence of God

(b) the utter mystery of life

(c) the relevance of prayer  

(d) his father's austerity


52. According to Kalam's father, when we pray we transcend our body and become a part of the -

(a) earth

(b) cosmos  

(c) family

(d) world


53. Abdul Kalam's father would convey complex spiritual concepts in simple, down-to-earth-

(a) Arabic

(b) Urdu

(c) Tamil  

(d) Telegu.


54. "When troubles come, try to understand the relevance of your sufferings."-This is said by -

(a) APJ Abdul Kalam

(b) Jainulabdeen  

(c) Ashiamma

(d) Pakshi Lakshmana Sastry.


55. Adversity always presents opportunities for introspection."-Here the word 'introspection' means- 

(a) insight

(b) inner vision

(c) sufferings

(d) deep thought about one's feelings 


56. According to Kalam's father, every human being is a -

(a) blessed entity

(b) heavenly being

(c) specific element within the whole of the manifest divine being 

(d) unique man with specific qualities

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