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Question 1: Dvaita
Vijayanagara empire
________
DheerasankarabharanamDhenukaBhupalamCarnatic music

Question 2: All these compositions have the concept of Hari Bhakti (devotion to God) at their core and they usually revolve around references to ________ mythology and the Dvaita philosophy.
VaishnavismHinduismHinduRama

Question 3: The history of the Haridasa movement from the 13th century to the present day is the history of spreading Hari bhakti (devotion to Hari-God) to the common man and in that purpose has contributed immensely to ________ and to the development of Kannada language.
Modern Kannada literatureKannada literatureKannadigaMedieval Kannada literature

Question 4: Though these compositions usually adhere to the carnatic style of music, some of these compositions have also been sung in the Hindustani style by musicians such as ________ and Gangubai Hangal.
Lata MangeshkarBharat RatnaBhimsen JoshiRavi Shankar

Question 5: The ________ of some of the most well known Haridasas is listed below:[25]
PseudonymPen nameThe Hardy BoysPoetry

Question 6: Famous haridasas from the Madhvacharya order during the ________ period were:
Western Chalukya EmpireVijayanagara EmpireWestern Ganga DynastyHoysala Empire

Question 7: [8] During this period, this movement became a strong spiritual force which helped a resurgence of a strong ________ sentiment in Southern India, when Northern India was already under Muslim rule.
HinduHinduismRamaVaishnavism

Question 8: The Haridasas' found state patronage in the ________ which ruled over entire Southern India at its peak.
Hoysala EmpireWestern Ganga DynastyVijayanagara EmpireWestern Chalukya Empire

Question 9: [17] The center of their activity in the 15th century and 16th century was ________, the sacred centre of Vijayanagara, the regal capital of Vijayanagara empire.
KarnatakaBagalkot districtHampiPattadakal

Question 10: The Haridasas' who propagated the philosophy (Vedanta) of Madhvacharya belonged to two groups; the Dasakuta, who conveyed the philosophy of Madhvacharya in simple and lucid ________ to the masses and the Vyasakuta, who were required to be proficient in the Vedas, Upanishads and other Darshanas.
Telugu languageMalayalamKannada languageTamil language







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