The Passing Away of Bapu MCQ. Madhyamik English MCQ

The Passing Away of Bapu MCQ

(i) The narrator was having-

(a) tea

(b) cold

(c) coffee

(d) rice

(ii) The narrator was called to Birla House by-

(a) telegram

(b) letter

(c) telephone

(d) mobile

(iii) Gandhiji had seen shot on his way to –

(a) the Birla House

(b) the author’s house

(c) a prayer meeting

(d) a family gathering

(iv) The news of Gandhiji’s death had spread through Delhi like-

(a) storm

(b) flame

(c) tidal waves

(d) earthquake

(v) People collected around-

(a) Gandhi Bhaban

(b) Birla house

(d) Bank of Ganges

(c) Red Fort

(vi) Out of evey window one could see people’s-

(a) smilling face

(b) saddened face

(c) blur face

(d) dark face

(vii) There was silence in the room which was-

(a) unbearable

(b) not natural

(c) natural

(d) sordid 

(viii) People could not speak in the begining as they were-

(a) excited

(b) worried

(c) stunned

(d) weak

(ix) The word “clamoured” means-

(a) glammer

(b) calmed

(c) demanded

(d) loudly

(x) When one is faced with the shock of a loved ones death one-

(a) whisper

(b) laughs·

(c) claps

(d) shoots.

(xi) The mourning people looked like-

(a) happy children

(b) cheerful men

(c) lost children

(d) children who were excited

(xii) People were informed about Bapu’s death in-

(a) T.V

(b) Newspaper

(c) broadcast

(d) telephone

(xiii) Word’s of Bapu’s death spread through-

(a) Calcutta

(b) Mumbai

(c) Delhi

(d) Chennai

(i) Gandhiji’s funeral took place on-

(a) 30th January

(b) the day after his death

(c) the day before his death

(d) two days later

(ii) Mrs. Naidu’s daughter was-

(a) Padmasi

(b) Nayantara

(c) Padamsri

(d) Nayan

(iii) The experience of walking in Gandhiji’s funeral procession was-

(a) agonising

(c) worrying

(b) excițing

(d) satisfying

(iv) Thousands silently watched the-

(a) procession

(b) crowd

(c). Bapu’s body

(d) The frock

(v) Bapu lay on a/an-

(a) open truck

(b). train

(d) carriage

(c) coffin

(vi) It was impossible to move in-

(a) the thin crowd

(b) thick crowd

(c) simple crowd

(d) over crowd

(vii) Walking with Bapu had a-

(a) special feeling,

(b) special gaining

(c) special meaning

(d) serious cause

(viii) Bapu had a-

(a) muscular 

(b) heavy figure

(c) slight figure

(d) – short figure

(ix) Bapu always in his hand had a-

(a) book

(b) the responsibility of India

(c) cat

(d) stick

(x) walking required no-

(a) cost

(b) energy

(c) labour

(d) vehicle

(xi) The only way open to the average India was in going-

(a) on foot

(b) by train

(c) by bus

(d) by cycle

(xii) Everyone was wanting to touch Gandhiji’s-

(a) body

(b) feet

(c) staff

(d) hair


(i) Gandhiji’s ashes were taken to-

(a) Delhi

(b) Birla house

(c) Allahabad

(d) Kolkata

(ii) Bapu’s ashes were taken by-

(a) trunk

(b) cycle

(c) bus

(d) train

(iii) The compartment was decorated with by-

(a) Bapu followers

(b) flowers

(c) Bhajans

(d) banners

(iv) They could feel Gandhiji’s presence among-

(a) flowers

(b) songs ·

(c) his relatives

(d) both a and b

(v) The ashes were immersed in the-

(a) Jamuna

(b) Ganges

(c) Vagirathi

(d) Nile

(vi) People gathered at the bank of-

(a) Ganges

(b) Jamuna

(c) Narmada

(d) Nile

(vii) After the immersion they all went back to-

(a) Mumbai

(b) Delhi

(c) Chennai

(d) Kolkata

(viii) Bapu brought people out of-

(a) difference

(b) indifference

(c). suffering

(d) problem

(ix) With Bapu’s passing away the narrator’s felt-

(a) painful

(b) pity

(c) not protected

(d) unprotested

(x) The narrator had been merely-

(a) outlookers

(b) onlookers

(c) none of the above

(d) both a and b