Gandhi, the Man Test | Final Test - Easy

Eknath Easwaran
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Kasturbai maintained a standard Gandhi could live up to and never doing what?
(a) Believing he acted unfairly.
(b) Leaving his side.
(c) Retaliating when he behaved unfairly.
(d) Telling him when he acted unfairly.

2. Why did Gandhi experiment with variations on vegetarian dishes?
(a) To make them nutritious in spite of taste.
(b) To make them readily available to others.
(c) To make them appealing to all.
(d) To make them for filling.

3. Describe Gandhi's evening walks.
(a) They were a time for him to be with his wife and children.
(b) They were quiet.
(c) They were a parade of adoring community members.
(d) They were slow and peaceful.

4. Gandhi's process of learning to eliminate his fear started when?
(a) He moved to South Africa.
(b) He was first married.
(c) He studied law in England.
(d) He was a child and was afraid of the dark.

5. Even ______________ was Gandhi embodying the spirit of compassion and forgiveness for which he had come to be known.
(a) On the last day of Gandhi's life.
(b) When others threatened him.
(c) When he was alone.
(d) When he was a small child.

6. At Sevagram, people were so drawn to him, that what happened?
(a) Gandhi feared for his life.
(b) Gandhi had to leave, due to the large crowds.
(c) People argued over who got to sit by him.
(d) There sprouted up a bustling community.

7. What did Gandhi say as he died?
(a) I love all human kind.
(b) Good bye.
(c) He knows not what he does.
(d) His mantra, "rama, rama, rama."

8. Easwaran explains that these verses describe what?
(a) How one should live.
(b) The love one must feel for others.
(c) The highest state of consciousness a human can attain.
(d) The peace that can be brought to one's mind.

9. Indeed one of the things that was most remarkable to Easwaran, and to Louis Fischer, the American journalist who followed Gandhi's campaigns in India for many years, was how what?
(a) How little privacy Gandhi received.
(b) How much privacy Gandhi needed.
(c) How not private Gandhi was.
(d) How private Gandhi was.

10. When Gandhi was asked to explain in three words the secret of his life, what did he say?
(a) Peace, love, happiness.
(b) Give to God.
(c) Love all others.
(d) Renounce and enjoy.

11. What does Rambha give Gandhi to say?
(a) I am not afraid.
(b) The Lord's Prayer.
(c) Rama, rama, rama.
(d) Stay away, Fear.

12. Gandhi described the process as reducing oneself to zero, which is when?
(a) He puts all others before himself.
(b) He becomes less than others.
(c) He becomes completely truthful, wise, and irresistibly powerful.
(d) He puts God first.

13. What does Patanjali say?
(a) In a person who loves unconditionally, there is no conflict.
(b) Gandhi is an instrument of the gods.
(c) In a person who has defeated all fear, there is now nothing of which otehr people can ever be afraid.
(d) Gandhi has changed greatly since his youth.

14. What was the source of the inspiration to which Gandhi clung?
(a) The Gita.
(b) The Bible.
(c) The Torah.
(d) The Koran.

15. In order to make his teaching more accessible, Gandhi established what?
(a) Churches.
(b) Parades.
(c) Ashrams.
(d) Temples.

Short Answer Questions

1. The two of them became what for men and women throughout India?

2. His daily chores were always done in the company of others, his meals were a time of what?

3. When one meditates, one drives what deep into the consciousness?

4. What did Gandhi keep no matter the situation?

5. With whom did Gandhi take all of his solitude?

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