Vinoba Bhave Trivia Quiz: Indian Philosopher

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Vinoba Bhave Trivia Quiz: Indian Philosopher

Vinayak Narahari, well-known Vinoba Bhave, was born in 1895. He was an advocate of human rights and nonviolence who was Indian. He is primarily known for the Bhoodan Movement and is frequently referred to as Acharya (Sanskrit teacher). He is revered as India's National Teacher and Mahatma Gandhi's spiritual heir. He was a distinguished philosopher. He adapted the Gita into Marathi, giving it the name Geetai. Here’s a quiz based on Vinoba Bhave. So, let’s play the quiz.

When did Bhave travel to Wardha to take over the ashram as Gandhi had requested?

  • In 1920

  • In 1921

  • In 1922

  • In 1923

Bhave is most famous for which movement?

  • Indian independence Movement

  • Satyagrah Movement

  • Green Movement

  • Bhoodan Movement

Which one do you like?

  • September 11, 1895

  • September 12, 1895

  • September 13, 1895

  • September 14, 1895

In 1923, Bhave brought out which Dharma?

  • Sanskrit Dharma

  • Maharashtra Dharma

  • Buddhism

  • Jainism

Where was Vinoba Bhave born?

  • Delhi

  • Kolkata

  • Bombay

  • Madras

In which jail did Bhave write the Lok Nagari script and master four South Indian languages?

  • Vellore

  • Tihar

  • Nagaon

  • Vadodara

In what year did Gandhi choose Bhave to be the first individual Satyagrahi?

  • In 1938

  • In 1939

  • In 1940

  • In 1941

What was the name of the cottage where Bhave spent some time in Gandhi's Sabarmati ashram?

  • Vinoba Ashram

  • Vinoba Gurukul

  • Vinoba Nivas

  • Vinoba Kutir

In which language did Bhaveaddress his fellow ashram residents on the Bhagavad Gita?

  • Marathi

  • Hindi

  • English

  • None of These

When did Vinoba Bhave die?

  • November 13, 1982

  • November 14, 1982

  • November 15, 1982

  • November 16, 1982

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