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As we all know that Holi is a festival of colors that is celebrated not only in India but around the world with full enthusiasm. In Holi, people play with colors, renew their relationships.
During this festival, people burn a pyre called ‘Holika Dahan’ symbolizing the end of old enmities and fights. Check Holi festival questions with answers for various competitive examinations.
Holi Quiz with Answers
Question 1: In which Hindu month, Holi is celebrated?
Question 2: There are many legends associated with Holi. Hiranyakashyap insisted everybody in his kingdom worship him but his devout son, Prahlad became a follower of which god?
(A) Lord Shiva
(B) Lord Krishna
(C) Lord Brahma
(D) Lord Vishnu
Question 3: By which name Holi is recognized in Orissa?
Question 4: The name of Hiranyakashipu’s sister was?
Question 5: Does the Holi festival mark the end of winter and the beginning of?
Question 6: The famous ‘Lath maar Holi’ is played at which place?
Question 7: Holika Dahan in South India is known as:
(A) Dol Jatara
(B) Kama Dahanam
Question 8: Name the Sikh festival in which they show their physical strength and power and celebrates a day after Holi?
(A) Hola Mohalla
(D) Bandi Chor Diwas
Question 9: The story behind the Holi Festival is related to:
(A) Shiv and Parwati
(B) Radha and Krishna
(C) Demon Holika and Prahlad
Question 10: Holi is also known as the?
(A) Festival of lights
(B) Festival of fruits
(C) Festival of colors
(D) Festival of vegetables
Question 11: In the past, people used to make Holi colors from flowers. Which flower was used?
(A) Flame of the forest
Question 12: The faces of Holi revelers are always painted with colors dry and wet. What is the dry color known as?
Question 13: The leaves of this intoxicating plant are mixed in milk to make a special Holi drink called thandai. According to Indian mythology, Lord Shiva was very fond of this intoxicating plant. Can you name it?
Question 14: This versatile material was used for making pichkaris in the past.
Question 15: According to a Holi legend from eastern India, Lord Shiva reduced this mischievous god to ashes.
Question 16: Scenes of Holi centered around Radha and Krishna have been a favorite theme of Mughal miniature paintings. Under which emperor did this style of painting start?
(A) Shah Alam
Question 17: Holi is the main festival of
Question 18: In which region of India, Holi begins from the premises of temples, where Holiyars sing songs?
Question 19: Holi is a part of the Goan or Konkani spring festival. Name the festival.
(C) Holika Dahan
Question 20: What is the next day of Holi, when people throw colors, scented powder, and perfume at each other, known as?
(B) Vishwakarma Day
(D) Choti Holi
Question 21: Which of the following flower is associated with the Holi festival?
Question 22: The bonfire lit during Holi festival is known as
(A) Holika Dahan
Question 23: Hurang Holi in Vrindavan is associated with
Question 24: Koodalike or Koodukattu is observed during Holi in
(A) Kutch in Gujarat
(B) Hilly areas of Kerala
(C) Coastal Tamil Nadu
(D) Northern part of Karnataka
Question 25: Holika Dahan in South India is known as:
(B) Kama Dahanam
(C) Dol Jatara
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