Question 1: In Nagpur, Hedgewar became involved with social work and also with Tilak faction of the ________, through which he developed a close association with Dr Moonje who later became his Mentor of Hindu Philosophy.
Question 2: After successful completion, Hedgewar was drawn into the influence of secret revolutionary organisations like the and ________ in Jugantar Bengal.
Question 3: Near this village, the rivers ________, Vanjara and Haridra meet to form a Triveni sangam.
Question 4: In this endeavour, he was blessed by ________, who was then under house imprisonment in Ratnagiri.
Question 5: Hedgewar was born in 1889 on the ________ New Year.
Question 6: Moonje in 1910 to pursue his medical studies and unofficially learn the techniques of fighting from the secret revolutionary organisations like the ________ and Jugantar in Bengal . [1 ]
Question 7: In his memoirs, the third chief of RSS, Balasahab Deoras narrates an incident when Hedgewar saved him and others from following the path of ________ and his comrades . [2 ]
Question 8: Hedgewar died of typhoid on the morning of June 21, 1940 in ________.
Question 9: "Bunch of Thoughts" by ________
Question 10: He hailed from a Deshastha Brahmin family which was originally from Kundakurti, a small village in Bodhan taluka near the border of Maharashtra and ________ states.