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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the goddess Devi wield in each arm?
(a) A different religious text.
(b) A different fruit.
(c) A different animal.
(d) A different weapon.
2. The woman in the woods refuses to help the king unless he does what in Lavana?
(a) Gives her money.
(b) Answers a question.
(c) Marries her.
(d) Shares a secret with her.
3. The goddess Devi sends word that she wants Mahisha to either come and face her, or return where?
(b) The forest.
(c) The netherworld.
(d) To her mother.
4. Viswamitra decides to create his own heaven and universe, and makes it upside-down so __________ will feel right-side up.
5. Manmata asks Brahma if he may test his strength by sending out his __________.
Short Answer Questions
1. The storyteller in Devi concludes by saying that whoever recites this prayer of thanksgiving on _________ will find protection from evil.
2. What ancient kingdom does Lavana rule?
3. What sage invites the king and his men to come in and dine with him in Viswamitra?
4. Where does Sikhi-Dhvaja go to meditate in Chudala?
5. When the king awakens in Lavana, how long has he been asleep?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the third test which Chudala places on her husband? What comes of it?
2. What conversation does Iswara have with Vasishta in Viswamitra?
3. Who does Brahma create in the beginning of Manmata? Why?
4. How does the story Devi conclude? Who kills Mahisha?
5. What happens when Kacha decides to return to the god-world in Yayati?
6. Who does Sikhi-Dhvaia's father arrange for him to marry? What is their marriage like?
7. How does Yayati encounter Deyayani in the story Yayati?
8. What does King Chedi come upon in the beginning of Viswamitra?
9. Describe Sikhi-Dhvaia in the beginning of Chudala. How old is he?
10. What moral lesson does King Lavana learn from his encounter with a magician?
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