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Exercise :: Festivity - Latest Current Affairs

  • Festivity - Latest Current Affairs
1. 

Which day World Teachers Day is celebrated?

A. 7th October
B. 3rd October
C. 4th October
D. 5th October

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

5 October - World Teachers Day 2019 is celebrated across the globe with a theme "Young Teachers: The future of the Profession". UNESCO said that youngsters should come forward to take this profession. It has been observed in recent times that incidents of violence against teachers have been increased across the globe.

2. 

Which country has celebrated the greatest and longest hindu festival "BadaDashain"?

A. Nepal
B. Bangladesh
C. Pakistan
D. Afghanistan

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

On September 29, 2019 the greatest and longest hindu festival of Nepal named as Bada Dashain formally began. The first day of this Dashain marks the beginning of Navaratri festival too. Seeds of maize, wheat, barley, etc are sowed in a "Ghada" (earthen pot) and kept in houses or temples as part of the vedic tradition. The sprouts are taken on 10th day which is observed as vijayadashami.This festival is also simply called as Dashain.

3. 

What is the theme of the 2019 edition of World Tribal Day (WTD)?

A. Indigenous People
B. Indigenous Regions
C. Indigenous Cultures
D. Indigenous Languages

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

The International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples (or World Tribal Day) is observed on August 9 to front-up and protect the rights of the world's indigenous population. The 2019 theme is 'Indigenous Languages'. It was reported in the year 2016 that about 2680 indigenous languages were in danger and on the verge of getting extinct.

4. 

The 462nd Kandoori festival 2019 has celebrated in which of the following states?

A. Andhra Pradesh
B. Kerala
C. Karnataka
D. Tamil Nadu

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

In Tamil Nadu, the 462nd annual Kandoori festival 2019 has started at nearby Nagore Dargah, a famous Muslim pilgrim centre in Nagore. The 14-day long festival began on 6th February after the holy flag was brought in a procession and hoisted. The Kandoori festival is held to commemorate the death anniversary of 16th century saint Hazrath Syed Shahul Hameed Quadir Wali, who migrated from his native Manickapur near Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh and lived in Nagore till his death. As per tradition, one of the five flags was brought from Singapore. The main event of the festival-'Sandanakoodu'(sandal pot) procession- will be held on February 15.

5. 

The 52nd Boori Boot Yollo festival 2019 is celebrated by which tribe of Arunachal Pradesh?

A. Apatani
B. Mishmi
C. Nyishi
D. Singhpo

Answer: Option C

Explanation:

The 52nd Boori Boot Yollo festival 2019 has recently celebrated by the Nyishi tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. The fest is observed in the month of February every year to welcome spring and a successful harvest.