Swami Vivekananda Quiz Part – 2

You will get 15 questions daily to practice. The topic is ” Swami Vivekananda”. This is the 2nd part of the mock test. We give 15 questions you can easily practice
wami Vivekananda was born on 12-01-1863 in Kolkata in the state of West Bengal, India. He was an Indian Philosopher, Religious Leader, Spiritualist, Writer & Author


1. The founder of Ramakrishna Mission, which is based on the principles of Practical Vedanta was:

a. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa

b. Swami Vivekananda

c. Swami Yogananda

d. Swami Brahmananda


2. Where did Sister Nivedita first meet Swami Vivekananda?

a. New York

b. Boston

c. Chicago

d. London


3. In 1899 Swami Vivekananda started a Bengali journal to carry forward the ideas propounded by the Ramakrishna Mission. It was called –

a. Vedanta Kesari

b. Udbodhan

c. Brahmavadin

d. Prabuddha Bharata


4.Which of these adjectives has been most widely used to describe Swami Vivekananda?

a. Punditji

b. Vedantic Scientist

c. Mahatma of the masses

d. Shaheed Bhagat


5. What was the question that Swami Vivekananda asked Sri Ramakrishna at their first meeting?

a. Have you seen God?

b. Do you think God exists?

c. Do you believe in God?

d. Is there a God?


6. Ekanathji Ranade founded a non-monastic organization based on the principles preached by Swami Vivekananda. What is it called?

a. Swami Vivekananda Youth Association

b. Vivekananda Kendra

c. Vivekananda Mission

d. Vivekananda Educational Society


7. “The Master as I saw him” was written by?

a. Sister Josephine Macleod

b. Swami Vivekananda

c. Swami Yogananda

d. Sister Nivedita


8. The World’s Parliament of Religions where Swamiji gave the famous speech on the Universality of Religions was held in Chicago in:

a. September 1886

b. September 1893

c. July 1893

d. July 1886


9. Where did Swami Vivekananda live during the last years of his life?

a. Dakshineswar

b. Kanyakumari

c. Cossipore

d. Belur Math


10. Margaret Noble, a disciple of Swami Vivekananda is well known as

a. Sarada Devi

b. Sister Christine

c. Sister Nivedita

d. Gauri-ma

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