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Roti Kapada Makaan- Food, Clothes and Manmade Structures Quiz
A set on food, clothes and famous structures
Roti, Kapada aur Makaan
A set on food, clothes and
● 21 pounce and bounce questions in total, clockwise
● +10/-5 and +10/0.
● Keep the theme in mind at all times, should be
● That’s it! Plain and simple.
First question coming up
Shown here is the logo of the University of
Florida football team. A team of doctors from
the university named their inventive product
after the mascot of their football team. What
Although the name of this product sounds like the name of a famous
sportsperson, the Curtiss Candy Company has traditionally claimed that it
was named after President Grover Cleveland's daughter. The company
named the bar so, when the player’s fame was on the rise. Many saw this
story to be a devious way to avoid having to pay the player any royalties.
(Origin story idea given by the same guy who named Oh! Henry)
It has frequently appeared in movies, like Caddyshack and The Goonies.
Quite famously in the TV series Friends, Rachel and Ross are discussing
baby names, almost settling on the name ____ until Rachel excitedly says
"Yes! We're having a little ____ ____.." and they realise the obvious brand
recognition joke. Name the candy bar.
-an assistant or follower as
customers followed the shoe
This temple architecture style is quite famous in Northern India. In
this, the entire temple is generally built on a stone platform with
steps leading to it and no grand boundary walls or gateways.
Earlier temples had one shikhara whereas latter temples had many.
The garbhagriha is located directly beneath the tallest shikhara. A
recently 'hyped' structure is to be constructed in this style.
Identify the style being discussed. Image on next slide.