CBSE class 11 English Hornbill book chapter 8 Silk Road MCQ’s Question and Answer
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Question”1 what is Kora ?
- Yoga Aasan
- Name of a small town
- Pilgrimage in buddhism
Question”2 where was the author heading towards?
- Mount Kailash
- Mount Everest
Question”3 why was the writer facing communication problems in Darchen?
- He did not want to talk to the locals
- he was meditating
- No one knew English
- None of the above
Question”4 what did Lhamo give to the author as a farewell gift?
- long sleeved sheepskin coat
- Tibetan holy flowers
- Tibetan flags
- shoes of rubber
Question”5 who are Drokbas?
- Hill Tribe
- wild dogs
Question”6 why did the driver take a short cut to changtang?
- he wanted to avoid traffic
- he knew the shortest route towards mount Kailash
- he had to pick up another passenger
- he didn’t wanted to go to that town
Question”7 what is the meaning of “Kyang?
- flower petals
- sun rays
- wild ass
- huge pile of grass
Question”8 where did the writer meet Norbu?
- at Mount Kailash
- at a book shop
- at a guest house
- at a cafe
Question”9 what did the protagonist notice in front of nomand’s tent?
- Tibetan dogs
- wild sheep
- Tall grass
Question”10 what did the big Tibetan dogs do after they saw the approaching car?
- ran behind it as fast as a bullet fired from a gun
- they ignored it and slept off
- they barked at the car
- they ignored it
Question”11 As what were the Tibetan mastiffs famous in China’s royal court?
- As hunting dogs
- As big animal
- As wild Animals
- None of the above
Question”12 why did Norbu want to do Kora?
- because he wanted to become a monk
- because he wanted peace
- as he was practising meditation from so long
- because he was writing an academic paper on Kailash kora
Question”13 why did the driver stop the care at a sharp turn?
- he was tired and wanted to rest
- the writer was feeling sick
- car’s Tyre got punctured
- There was long track of snow in front of them
Question”14 what were the protagonist, Daniel and Tsetan doing when they saw the snow?
- trying to enjoy the snow
- sat a rock to take rest
- trying to move smoothly over snowy surface
- they were trying to find a guest house
Question”15 At what sea level were the three of them when they saw the snow on the road?
- 5210 meters
- 6000 meters
- 1000 meters
- 5300 meters
Question”16 Did the two them -the Protagonist and Norbu go to Kora together?
- None of these
Question”17 where did they stop to have lunch at two’ clock?
- at a long canvas tent beside the dry salt lake
- at a fancy restaurant
- at the roadside
- None of these
Question”18 what was an old route from Lhasa to Kashmir?
- East-west highway
- Changtang road
- west-south highway
- south-west highway
Question”19 why was Hor an ugly and miserable place?
- It had no modern markets
- it had no vegetation
- it didn’t had any proper medical facilities
- it had no place to live
Question”20 what are the names of the four rivers that originate from Lake Mansarovar?
- the Ganges, the yamuna, Narmada and the sutlej
- The Yamuna, the Ganga, kosi and the Indus
- The Indus, the Ganges the sutlej, and the Brahmaputra
- The Indus, the Ganges, sutlej and the Yamuna
Question”21 At which place did he wait for Tsetan while he was away to fix the punctured tyres?
- at roadside near lake
- at car tyre’s shop
- Inside the car
- Hor’s cafe
Question”22 what happened when they reached Darchen at night to stay in the guest house?
- Protagonist slept well
- Tsetan west missing
- Protagonist was sad
- Protagonist wasn’t able to breathe properly
Question”23 where did Tsetan take the protagonist to seek medical help?
- Darchen Medical college
- Tibetan Ayurvedic Doctor
- to Lhasa
- to Ravu again
Question”24 what did the Tibetan doctor give him?
- A five day course of medicine
- homeopathic medicine
- Allopathic medicines