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Unification of Karnataka: Quiz


Question 1: During the Home Rule Movement, Aluru floated the idea of a Karnataka 'Provincial' unit of the ________.
Kerala Pradesh Congress CommitteeAll India Forward BlocAbul Kalam AzadIndian National Congress

Question 2: The ratification in parliament of the recommendations of the Fazal Ali Committee brought unbounded joy to the entire ________ population that now was merged under the state of Mysore.
KannadigaKannada literatureKarnatakaMedieval Kannada literature

Question 3: The Akhila Karnataka Ekikarana Parishat met in Kasargod and reiterated the demand for a separate state for ________.
Medieval Kannada literatureBangaloreKannada literatureKannadiga

Question 4: Fittingly, the Karnataka Vidyavardhaka Sangha, Dharwad and the Kannada Sahitya Parishat, ________ (that Aluru once nurtured and headed) and Karnataka Samithi (R), Kasaragod figured among the recipients.
KrishnarajapuraBugle RockBangaloreBengaluru Pete

Question 5: Hyderabad consisted of large portions of what were later to be the north eastern districts of Bidar, Gulbarga and Raichur of ________ state.

Question 6: The establishment of the Karnataka Vidyavardhaka Sangha, ________ in 1890 was a defining point in the history of the movement.
DharwadDharwad districtHubballiBangalore

Question 7: The Unification of Karnataka refers to the formation of the Indian state of ________, then called as Mysore State, in 1956 when several Indian states were created by redrawing borders based on linguistic demographics.

Question 8: The most notable of these were the Kannada Sahitya Parishat (Bangalore) that was set up in 1915, the Karnataka Sangha (________) that took birth in 1916 and the Karnataka Samithi in Kasargod
MangaloreHubballiShivamogga districtShivamogga

Question 9: One of the earliest and most important organisations that spearheaded the entire movement, the Karnataka Vidyavardhaka Sangha also took birth in ________.
Dharwad districtBangaloreHubballiDharwad

Question 10: What this meant for the ________ in these regions was that they in spite of their large numbers they did not enjoy an administrative patronage.
Medieval Kannada literatureKarnatakaKannadigaKannada literature


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