Kathmandu MCQ Questions for Class 9 English Chapter 10 with Answers

Kathmandu MCQ Questions for Class 9 English Chapter 10 with Answers

Find here the NCERT/CBSE chapter-wise Multiple Choice Questions from Class 9 English Beehive Prose book Chapter 10 Kathmandu with Answers Pdf free download. This may assist you to understand and check your knowledge about the chapters. Students also can take a free test of the Multiple Choice Questions of Kathmandu. Each question has four options followed by the right answer. These MCQ Questions are selected supported by the newest exam pattern as announced by CBSE.

MCQ Questions for Class 9 English Beehive Prose with Answers

Q1. Why does the author find himself unable to tear away from the square?

(i) the flute music was very sweet
(ii) there were many things to eat
(iii) he was watching a magic show
(iv) he was buying flutes

(i) the flute music was very sweet

Q2. What atmosphere is there near the Pashupatinath temple?

(i) discipline
(ii) peaceful
(iii) religious
(iv) febrile confusion

(iv) febrile confusion

Q3. Who is the author of the lesson ‘Kathmandu’?

(i) Vikram Seth
(ii) A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
(iii) Kenneth Anderson
(iv) Jerome K. Jerome

(i) Vikram Seth

Q4. What will happen when the small shrine on the Bagmati river bank will emerge fully?

(i) the evil period of the Kaliyug will end
(ii) the new era will start
(iii) a new god will appear
(iv) Bagmati river will thy out

(i) the evil period of the Kaliyug will end

Q5. Which river flows through Kathmandu?

(i) Kosi
(ii) Bagmati
(iii) Gandak
(iv) Khalsa

(ii) Bagmati

Q6. What atmosphere is there around the Baudnath Stupa?

(i) a sense of stillness
(ii) febrile confusion
(iii) excitement and noises
(iv) all of the above

(i) a sense of stillness

Q7. Who do you find in the streets of Kathmandu?

(i) fruit sellers
(ii) flute sellers
(iii) hawkers of postcards
(iv) all of the above

(iv) all of the above

Q8. Why does the author find himself unable to tear away from the square?

(i) the flute music was very sweet
(ii) there were many things to eat
(iii) he was watching a magic show
(iv) he was buying flutes

(i) the flute music was very sweet

Q9. Where has this lesson been taken from ?

(i) from Panchtantra
(ii) an extract from Heaven Lake by Vikram Seth
(iii) old Melodies
(iv) none

(ii) an extract from Heaven Lake by Vikram Seth

Q10. What is Kaliyug as per Hindu Mythology?

(i) era of sins
(ii) yug of future
(iii) modern era
(iv) advanced era

(i) era of sins

Q11. What is the belief at Pashupatinath regarding the end of Kaliyug?

(i) if the water recedes at the banks of the river and Goddess is exposed that will be end of Kaliyug
(ii) if floods are there kaliyug will be ended
(iii) too many sin will be end of kaliyug
(iv) if Dooms clock come to 0 Hour that will be end of Kalyug

(i) if the water recedes at the banks of the river and Goddess is exposed that will be end of Kaliyug

Q12. What was there at the banks of river Bagmati?

(i) a church
(ii) a mosque
(iii) a submerged temple
(iv) none

(iii) a submerged temple

Q13. What does Febrile confusion mean?

(i) a situation
(ii) an unknown situation
(iii) complete chaos
(iv) none

(iii) complete chaos

Q14. What kind of streets are there in Kathmandu?

(i) wide
(ii) well furnished
(iii) narrow and full of life
(iv) clean

(iii) narrow and full of life

Q15. What kind of environment was there at Budhnath Stupa?

(i) chaotic
(ii) noisy
(iii) full of calm and quiet meditataions
(iv) none

(iii) full of calm and quiet meditataions

Q16. What is a flute?

(i) a log piece with holes in it
(ii) a toy
(iii) a basic musical instrument
(iv) all

(iii) a basic musical instrument

Q17. What does one need to play a flute soulfully?

(i) need to learn music
(ii) need to learn the art of playing it
(iii) need to breathe life into it
(iv) None

(iii) need to breathe life into it

Q18. What is the Japanese shakuhachi?

(i) a Japanese toy
(ii) a Japanese player
(iii) a kind of flute
(iv) none

(iii) a kind of flute

Q19. What were the most universal sounds that the author heard?

(i) sound of flute playing
(ii) sound of diffrent musics
(iii) vendors shouting
(iv) all

(i) sound of flute playing

Q20. Where did the author see an immense white dome?

(i) at Pashupatinath temple
(ii) in the street
(iii) on the road
(iv) In the Buddhnath stupa

(iv) In the Buddhnath stupa

Q21. Name the different sounds that the author heard?

(i) film songs from the radios
(ii) car horns and bicycle bells
(iii) vendors shouting and flute music
(iv) All

(iv) All

Q22. Who were trying to get the priest’s attention at Pashupatinath’s temple?

(i) hawkers
(ii) flute seller
(iii) worshippers
(iv) monkeys

(iii) worshippers

Q23. How did the author return to Delhi from Nepal?

(i) by bus
(ii) by train
(iii) by water route
(iv) by plane

(iv) by plane

Q24. How did the author return to Delhi from Nepal?

(i) by bus
(ii) by train
(iii) by water route
(iv) by plane

(iv) by plane

Q25. The flutes on the pole of fruit seller are compared to

(i) a beehive
(ii) a bunch of oranges
(iii) Guills of a porcupine
(iv) none of the above

(iii) Guills of a porcupine

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