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Question 1: He was the last Congress chief minister of ________ and the last to have taken part in the Indian independence movement.
Tamil NaduMadras PresidencyChennaiVellore

Question 2: On graduation in 1923, Bhaktavatsalam commenced practice as a lawyer of the ________.
Madras High CourtChennai CentralFort St. George (India)Chennai

Question 3: In August 1963, ________, the Sarsangchalak of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh established a Swami Vivekananda Centenary Committee and a Vivekananda Rock Memorial Committee and appointed Eknath Ranade as its Secretary.
K. B. HedgewarMohandas Karamchand GandhiMadhav Sadashiv GolwalkarVinayak Damodar Savarkar

Question 4: Bhaktavatsalam was born on October 9, 1897 in the ________.
Madras PresidencyChennaiChennai EgmoreChennai Central

Question 5: Bhaktavatsalam resigned along with the other office-holders of the Indian National Congress on declaration of war by the ________.
EnglandUnited KingdomCanadaWales

Question 6: [2] Bhaktavatsalam served as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Local Self-Government in the ________ government.
C. RajagopalachariK. KamarajJawaharlal NehruAbul Kalam Azad

Question 7: Bhaktavatsalam participated in the ________ agitations and was jailed by the British.
Quit India MovementIndian independence movementSardar Vallabhbhai PatelMohandas Karamchand Gandhi

Question 8: [6] The main function of the committee was to construct a rock memorial at ________ in order to honor Swami Vivekananda on his birth centenary.
KanyakumariNagercoilKanyakumari districtKolachal

Question 9: He joined the ________ and became a member of the Madras Provincial Congress Committee in 1922.
All India Forward BlocKerala Pradesh Congress CommitteeAbul Kalam AzadIndian National Congress

Question 10: Bhaktavatsalam joined the ________ even during graduation.
Indian independence movementIndian National ArmyAbul Kalam AzadRevolutionary movement for Indian independence







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