Saturday, January 30, 2010

Greek Mythology Quiz


Friday, January 29, 2010

Thursday, January 28, 2010


How can you connect the first two pics with the last?(Explanation required)

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Another trivia...

What is this?

Clue: Something related with Tom Cruise,John Travolta,Katie Holmes etc.

Answer:This is Scientology E-Meter.It is an electronic device manufactured by the Church of Scientology at Gold Base production facility and is used as an aid by Dianetics and Scientology counselors and counselors-in-training in some forms of auditing, the application of the techniques of Dianetics and Scientology to another or to oneself for the express purpose of addressing spiritual issues.(Cracked by Kaushik and V.Chandrashekhar).For more details visit E-Meter

Monday, January 25, 2010


What connects the following pictures?Just the connect

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Friday, January 22, 2010

Business Quiz

How can you connect the following pictures?If possible identify the people in it...

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Trivia Quiz

How can you connect 1 and 2


Answer: 'Schrodinger' is the connect.First one is the famous Schrodinger equation for a general quantum system and the second is a famous fictional character in the Hellsing manga series,whose name is Schrodinger(Cracked by Kaushik)

Tuesday, January 19, 2010


Which city connects the two pictures?

Answer: Pompeii -The first picture is a painting 'The Last day of Pompeii',by Karl Brullov and the second one is Mount Vesuvius (Cracked by Abhiram and Kaushik)

Monday, January 18, 2010

Perfect as the sonnet...

Another easy question for today.


What will you get,if you mix A with B and decorate it with C?

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Entertainment Quiz

A bit tough one this time....What credit does this hold?

Friday, January 15, 2010

Business Quiz

This baby is suffering from something...Which company can you associate with that?

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Monday, January 11, 2010

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Print Ad

Morpheus with many red pills???Put funda

Answer:This is Print ad for Playstation 2(Cracked by Varun,Nice try by Kaushik)

Thursday, January 7, 2010


How is this very infamous person(last pic) in world history related to other pics?Or simply give me the connect of all the four.

Answer:Swastika symbol (Cracked by Chithananda and Varun)

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

American Politics Quiz

Do you Know?

The Chappaquiddick Incident:

The Chappaquiddick Incident refers to the personal history of Ted Kennedy and one of the prominenet members of the Kennedy family Edward Kennedy, and his direct involvement in the death of an American secretary and political campign specialist, Mary Jo Kopechne. Kennedy and Kopechne were in a car accident in the early hours of July 19, 1969, when Kennedy drove over the side of a small bridge, on Chappaquiddick Island. Unfortunately, the car sunk after the crash, and while Kennedy was able to swim safely to shore, Ms. Kopechne was trapped in the vehicle and subsequently died. The actual problem with this incident was that Kennedy failed to report his accident, and Mary Jo’s death to police. In fact, he did not report the incident until after the car was found, which to many suggests he might not have reported it at all, if the car had been found several days later.

This resulted in Kennedy receiving a suspended sentence of two months for leaving the scene of the accident after causing injury. He also lost his license for an year, and personally paid $90,000 to Ms. Kopechne’s family. He was investigated for more serious crimes related to the Chappaquiddick Incident, including a possible DUI, which could not be proven, and the potential that he or someone else had murdered Ms. Kopechne.

Senator Kennedy insisted that he was not driving under the influence of liquor, and that a wrong turn, and a poorly lighted bridge resulted in the crash afterall he tak responsibility for leaving the scene, failing to report to the police, and possibly by his inaction causing Ms. Kopechne’s death. He reported that he was shocked, panicked, confused and exhausted and his actions were totally inappropriate. He did not attempt to justify his actions and pled guilty to charges against him.

There have been a number of interpretations of the Chappaquiddick incident, and conspiracy theories swirl around it. Some believe Kennedy’s story implicitly, while others believe Kennedy deliberately was attempting to hide the death of Ms. Kopechne by causing the accident on purpose. The Chappaquiddick incident did not result in personal liability lawsuits by Ms. Kopechne’s family, who believed that to sue for money would be to accept blood money. There are some that believe that the wealth, power and influence of the Kennedy family was brought to bear in both the investigatory procedure, subsequent sentencing of Kennedy, and in the Kopechne family’s decision not to press charges.

There are several things that resulted from ithis incident. First, the Chappaquiddick incident certainly marred Kennedy’s political career. Prior to the incident, many believed that Kennedy would seek the presidential nomination in 1972. The scandal related to the crash effectively squelched any chance of his running. Senator Kennedy did run for president against incumbent President Jimmy Carter in 1980, but his bid was unsuccessful, and many believe his run prevented Jimmy Carter from re-election, though it should be stated that Carter was very unpopular by the middle of his four-year term as president .

Today's Question
Identify the person in the pic.Put funda

Clue:Its US politics

Mridang @ IIM Indore

Here are the details of different quizzes in Mridang,the cultural festival of IIM Indore which is to be held on Jan 15-17,2009.

Sŭtra - A Long Series of Questions [7 Quizzes in all]

Two Open Quizzes. 5 Inter College Quizzes. Series of Online Quizzes. Tons of Informals.
Team Size: 3 or less
Cross-college teams allowed
Registration Fee: Bring a pen

Open Fire - The General Open Quiz
Quizmaster - Arul Mani
Team Size: 3 or less. Open to all irrespective of age or affiliation
Sunday 17th Jan 2010
Prizes: Rs. 18,000/-

Tech-No-Prisoners – The Science and Technology Open Quiz
Tech-No-Prisoners is open to all irrespective of age or affiliation. Team Size: 3 or less
Prizes: Rs. 5,000/-

MELA-ge à trois – The Movies, Entertainment, Literature and Arts Quiz
Quizmaster: Satyajit Chetri
Saturday 16th Jan 2010
Prizes: Rs. 18,000/-

Akela – The Lone Wolf Quiz
Team Size: 1 Prizes: Rs. 4000/-

Sawaal Street - The Business Quiz
Team Size: 3 or less Prizes: Rs. 5,000/-

Khel Raiser – The Sports Quiz
Team Size: 3 or less Prizes: Rs. 5,000/-

Bharat Ek Khoj - The India Quiz
Team Size: 3 or less Prizes: Rs. 5,000/-

More details at

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Be A Patriot..India Quiz

Do you know?

The Game of Snakes and Ladders originated in India as a game based on morality called Vaikuntapaali or Paramapada Sopanam (the ladder to salvation).
During colonial rule it made its way to Engaland and eventually to US,where it was modified and renamed Chutes and Ladders.
The game was played widely in ancient India by the name of Moksha Patamu. The game was also called "Leela" - and reflected the Hinduism consciousness around everyday life.

It is said that Moksha Patamu was invented by Hindu spiritual teachers to teach children about the effects of good deeds as opposed to bad deeds. The ladders represented virtues such as generosity, faith and humility, and the snakes represented lust, anger, murder, theft, etc. The moral of the game was that a person can attain salvation (Moksha) through performing good deeds whereas by doing evil one takes rebirth in lower forms of life (Patamu). The number of ladders was less than the number of snakes as a reminder that treading the path of good is very difficult compared to committing sins. Presumably the number "100" represented Moksha (Salvation).

Read Snakes and ladders in Wiki and List of Indian Inventions and Discoveries

Now Today's Question

Identify all the pics and what is the connect??
Answer:UNESCO World Heritage sites (Fully Cracked by Kamal Rathi,see his comments for details)

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Easy Connect for today

Simply connect the above three pics.The list is not exhaustive

Friday, January 1, 2010

English Literature Quiz



'A' along with 'B' published 'X' in 1798 and 'X' is generally considered to have marked the beginning of the 'Y' movement.Who are 'A' and 'B'? What are 'X' and 'Y'?

About Me

Currently student of NIT,Warangal doing Mechanical Engineering.I did my schooling from Loyola School,Trivandrum. My interests include quizzing,music and chess.I like watching movies and I play violin.