150 Facts about Hinduism, Nepal and India that Most of Hindus May Not Know

26. Who is the person to draw Draupadi’s sari in the Mahabharata?
Information No. 26:- Dushasan is the person to draw Draupadi’s sari in the Mahabharata.

27. If the Matatirtha Aunshi (New moon day of seeing mother’s face) falls on Baishakh Krishna Aunshi, when does the Kushe Aunshi (New moon day of seeing father’s face) fall?
Information No. 27:- If the Matatirtha Aunshi (New moon day of seeing mother’s face) falls on Baishakh Krishna Aunshi, the Kushe Aunshi (New moon day of seeing father’s face) falls on Bhadra Krishna Aunsi.

28. If the Ashadh Sukla Ekadashi is called ‘Harishayani Ekadashi’, what
is the Kartik Shukla Ekadashi called?
Information No. 28:- If the Ashadh Sukla Ekadashi is called ‘Harishayani Ekadashi’, the Kartik Shukla Ekadashi is called Haribodhini Ekadashi.

29. When does Chaite Dashain fall? –
Information No. 29:-Chaite Dashain falls on Chaitra Shuklashtami.

30. When does Akshaya Tritiya fall?
Information No. 30:- Akshaya Tritiya fall on Baishakh Shukla Tritiya.

Question Number 31. If Chandipurnima falls on Baishakh Shukla Purnima (full moon day), when does Janaipurnima (Rishitarpani) fall?
Best Answer: – If Chandipurnima falls on Baishakh Shukla Purnima (full moon day), Janaipurnima (Rishitarpani) fall on Shrawan Shukla Purnima.

Question Number 32. When does Mahashivaratri fall? –
Best Answer: – Mahashivaratri fall on Falgun Krishna Chaturdashi.

Question Number 33. When does Bhaitika fall?
Best Answer: – Bhaitika fall on Kartik Shukla Dwitiya.

Question Number 34. When does Balachaturdashi fall?
Best Answer: – Balachaturdashi falls on the Mangsir Krishna Chaturdashi.

Question Number 35. If Indrajatra falls on Bhadra Shukla Chaturdashi, when does
Ghodejatra fall?
Best Answer: – If Indrajatra falls on Bhadra Shukla Chaturdashi, Ghodejatra fall on the Chaitra Krishna Aunsi.
Question Number 36. If’ Kuber’ symbolizes ‘Rich’, what does ‘Sudama symbolize?
Best Answer: – If’ Kuber’ symbolizes ‘Rich’, ‘Sudama symbolize Poor.

Question Number 37. If ‘Ganesh’ symbolizes ‘Remover of obstacles’ (Bighnaharta), what
does ‘Hanuman’ symbolize?
Best Answer: – If ‘Ganesh’ symbolizes ‘Remover of obstacles’ (Bighnaharta), ‘Hanuman’ symbolize Accomplishments.

Question Number 38. Who drank the poison produced in Samundra Manthan (sea stiring)?
Best Answer: – God Shiva drank the poison produced in Samundra Manthan (sea stiring).

Question Number 39. Which Kanda (section) of the Ramayana mentions the birth of
Ramchandra taking place?
Best Answer: – Balkanda is the Kanda (section) of the Ramayana mentions the birth of
Ramchandra taking place.

Question Number 40. What is the meant by ‘Bhagirath?
Best Answer: – Bhagirath is meant the Labourious.

Question Number 41. Who became the king of Mathura after Krishna killed his maternal
uncle Kansha?
Best Answer: – Ugrasen became the king of Mathura after Krishna killed his maternal
uncle Kansha.

Question Number 42. How many Kandas (units) are there in the Balmiki Ramayana?
Best Answer: – 7 Kandas (units) are there in the Balmiki Ramayana.

Question Number 43. Which Veda is considered to be the oldest?
Best Answer: – Rigveda is considered to be the oldest.

Question Number 44. If ‘Janak’ symbolizes ‘Learned’, what does ‘Harishchandra’
symbolize?
Best Answer: – If ‘Janak’ symbolizes ‘Learned’, ‘Harishchandra’ symbolize Follower of truth.

Question Number 45. If’ Bhagiratha’ refers to ‘Labourious’, what does ‘Narad’ refer to?
Best Answer: – If’ Bhagiratha’ refers to ‘Labourious’, ‘Narad’ refer to Talkative.

Question Number 46. What is meant by triratna (three metals)?
Best Answer: – triratna (three metals) are meant to God, Silver and Copper.

Question Number 47. What are the four vinayaks (Ganeshes) of the Kathmandu valley?
Best Answer: – the four vinayaks (Ganeshes) of the Kathmandu valley are
Suryavinayak (Bhaktapur),
Jalavinayak (Chovar),
Ashokvinayak (Kathmandu)
and Chandravinayak (Chabahil)

Question Number 48. What are the four Narayans of the Kathmandu valley?
Best Answer: – the four Narayans of the Kathmandu valley are
Changunarayan,
Ichangunarayan,
Bishankhunarayan
and Seshnarayan

Question Number 49. What are the four Barahis of the Kathmandu valley?
Best Answer: – the four Barahis of the Kathmandu valley are
Bajrabarahi,
Dhumbarahi,
Swetabarahi
and Nilbarahi

Question Number 50. What are the four Bhagawatis (goddesses) of the Kathmandu valley?
Best Answer: – The four Bhagawatis (goddesses) of the Kathmandu valley are
Palanchowk Bhagawati,
Nala Bhagawati,
Shova Bhagawati
and Naxal Bhagawati

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