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Question 1: Vallabhacharya declined to accept them politely and distributed them among the poor ________ and the learned only after keeping only seven gold mohurs.
Uttar PradeshBiharBrahminBhumihar

Question 2: His education commenced at the age of seven with the study of four ________.
Sanskrit literatureVedasIndian epic poetryRigveda

Question 3: The ancestors of Vallabha acharya lived in ________ and belonged to a long line of Telugu Vaidiki Brahmins following the Vishnu Swami school of thought.
Hyderabad, IndiaTelanganaAndhra PradeshMaharashtra

Question 4: Sri Vallabhacharya (1479 – 1531) was a devotional philosopher, who founded the Pushti sect in ________,[1] following the philosophy of Shuddha advaita[2][3] (Pure Non-dualism).
IndiaIndia and the Non-Aligned MovementLok SabhaResearch and Analysis Wing

Question 5: He gave discourses on ________ at 84 places and explained the subtle meanings of the Puranic text.
KrishnaKrishnaismBhagavataSvayam Bhagavan

Question 6: He entered into the waters of the ________ on the day of Rath Yatra (A festival that is celebrated on the second or third day of the bright side of the lunar month of Ashadha).
GangesBhagirathi RiverIndus RiverYamuna

Question 7: He wore a simple white ________ and a white covering to cover the upper part of his body.
SariSarongDhotiNational costume

Question 8: He also learnt philosophical systems of ________, Ramanuja, Madhva, Nimbarka along with the Buddhist and Jain schools.
VyasaAdvaita VedantaVedantaAdi Shankara

Question 9: By the time of Yagnanarayana's descendant Lakshmana Bhatta who migrated to the holy town of ________, the family had completed 100 Somayagnas.
LucknowPilibhitVaranasiKanpur

Question 10: He was to remain a life-long celibate but the ________ Vitthalanatha of Pandharpur commanded him to marry and live the life of householder.
Hindu reform movementsGuruGuru-shishya traditionA. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada







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