1) 1. What is the meaning of Diwali? a) Row of lights b) Celebration of Harvest season c) Festive occasion to worship cow d) Victory of darkness over light 2) 2. When is Diwali celebrated? a) December b) January c) June d) Mid October to Mid November 3) 3. What is the significance of Diwali in Hinduism? a) To celebrate victory of good over evil b) To honor Lord Rama c) To mark the beginning of the new year d) To celebrate winter solstice 4) 4. What are the traditional rituals performed during Diwali? a) Lighting diyas and bursting crackers b) Fasting on the first day c) Swimming in the river d) Planting trees 5) 5. Which deity is worshipped during Diwali? a) Goddess Lakshmi b) Lord Ganesha c) Lord Shiva d) Goddess Durga 6) 6. What is the story behind the Diwali celebration? a) The birth anniversary of Lord Rama b) The victory of Ravana over Lord Vishnu c) The martyrdom of Guru Gobind Singh d) The return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana 7) 7. How long does Diwali last? a) One Day b) Three Days c) Five days d) Seven Days 8) 8. What kind of food is typically prepared during Diwali? a) Pancakes b) Fried chicken c) Sushi d) Traditional sweets and savory snacks e) Grilled vegetables 9) 9. What is the significance of lighting diyas during Diwali? a) The triumph of good over evil b) To honour ancestors c) For wealth and prosperity d) Celebrate the first snowfall of the season 10) 10. Why is the exchange of gifts and sweets an important tradition during Diwali? a) To have a few days off work b) To distribute excess food and sweets c) To remember ancestors d) To raise money for charity. e) To strengthen relationships and foster unity




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