The 10th episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati 11 began with contestant Deepika Sharma, a teacher from Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. The first question for the KBC 10th episode was 6th question for Deepika. She went home with Rs. 6,40,000.
In Kaun Banega Crorepati 11’s this Karamveer special episode , Amitabh Bachchan welcomed National Disaster Response Force (NDRF)
personnel including Satya Narayan Pradhan, director general of NDRF. Amitabh Bachhan. Commandant Pradeep Kumar Srivastava joined the hotseat to play Kaun Banega Crorepati. Moving ahead with the game, Mr. Bachchan also welcomed Commandant Anupam Srivastava on the hotseat. The NDRF team won Rs. 25 lakh. The KBC 11 questions asked in this episode ranged from entertainment, mythology to politics.
Here we have written updates from the show Kaun Banega Crorepati 11‘s Friday episode. Let’s see how many KBC 11 questions you can answer correctly, write your score in the comment section below.
Question 1: Which of these pilgrimage places are closest to each other?
A. Gokul & Vrindavan
B. Prayag & Kashi
C. Amarnath& Vaishno Devi
D. Kedarnath & Badrinath
Question 2: According to Indian tradition, who is regarded as the physician to the gods?
Question 3: Which are the only planets in our solar system which do not have any moons?
A. Venus and Mercury
B. Mars and Jupiter
C. Mars and Uranus
D. Uranus and Neptune
Question 4: Who among the following has been the first career diplomat to become the External Affairs Minister of India?
A. S. Jaishankar
B. K Natwar Singh
C. Meira Kumar
D. Mani Shankar Aiyar
Question 5: As of 2019, Shanti Mullick and Oinam Bembem Devi are the only two women Arjuna Award winnees for which sport in India?
Question 6: Which word describes a hot wind as well as a medical emergency caused by external hot and humid weather?
Question 7: What was the name of the raga composed by Pandit Ravi Shankar as a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi?
A. Gandhi Malhar
B. Mohan Kauns
D. Bapu Kauns
Question 8: Which of these is a Sony SAB TV series which revolves around the legendary poet of Krishnadevaraya’s court?
A. Tenali Rama
D. Mulla Do Piyaza
Question 9: Although it can mean “fear of water”, hydrophobia usually refers to what disease?
Question 10: In which city of India is the National Police Memorial located?
A. New Delhi
Question 11: Who was India’s Union Defence Minister when nuclear test were conducted at Pokhran in 1998?
A. Mulayam Singh Yadav
B. George Fernandes
C. Jaswant Singh
D. Pramod Mahajan
Question 12: According to the report of the International Labour Organization issued in April 2019, which incident in India was one of the main industrial disaster of the 20th century?
A. Chasnala mine disaster, 1975
B. Bombay Docks explosion, 1944
C. Bhopal gas tragedy, 1984
D. Machchu dam disaster, 1979
Question 13: Who was the only person for whom Mahavishnu especially took an avtar to personally save from death?
Question 14: Which of these states does not adjoin the borders of Jharkhand?
A. Uttar Pradesh
B. West Bengal
D. Madhya Pradesh
Question 15: Turtle ‘Olly’ was the name of the mascot which sporting event of 2018?
A. Commonwealth Games
B. Asian Games
C. Afro-Asian Games
D. Men’s Hockey World Cup
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KBC Episode 10 Answers
Answer 1: B – Prayag & Kashi
Answer 2: C. Dhanvantari
Answer 3: A – Venus and Mercury
Answer 4: B – K Natwar Singh
K Natwar Singh is a retired IFS Officer. He was Extrenal Affairs Minister of India from May 2004 to December 2005. S. Jaishankar is an Ex-IFS Officer who become External Affairs Minister of India on May 31, 2019. Meira Kumar and Mani Shankar Aiyar are also Ex-IFS Officers but they never became External Affairs Minister.
Answer 5: D – Football
Answer 6: D – Loo
Loo is a strong, dusty, hot and dry summer wind from west which blows over the western Indo-Gangetic Plain region of North India and Pakistan.
Answer 7: B – Mohan Kauns
Answer 8: A – Tenali Rama
Tenali Rama is the story of the legendary poet in Krishnadevraya’s court who uses his ingenious methods to solve even the trickiest problems.
Answer 9: D – Rabies
Hydrobhobia is a term commonly used for rabies because it is seen that in the later stages of this disease, the animal/person faces difficulty swallowing and so fears drinking water.
Answer 10: A – New Delhi
The National Police Memorial is located in Chanakyapuri, New Delhi commemorates the 34,844 police personnel from all of the central and state police forces in India who have lost their life in the line of duty since the nation’s independence in the year 1947. This 6.12 acres memorial consists of a 30-foot tall and 238 tonne heavy black granite central sculpture, a museum and a ‘Wall of Valour’ bearing the names of all 34,844 police personnel who have died in the line of duty.
Answer 11: B – George Fernandes
Answer 12: C – Bhopal gas tragedy, 1984
The International Labour Organization listed Bhopal gas tragedy among the world’s major industrial accidents in the last century in its April 2019 issue. The gas leakage from the Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal on the night of December 2 and 3, 1984, killed over 3,500 people, according to figures released by the state government.
Answer 13: C – Prahlad
Hiranyakashyap tried to kill his son Prahlad using several ways but he was finally saved by Lord Narasimha, a prominent avatar of Vishnu.
Answer 14: D – Madhya Pradesh
Jharkhand is encircled by West Bengal on east, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh on west, Bihar on north and Odisha on south. The state of Jharkhand is spread out across 30,778 sq metres.
Answer 15: D – Men’s Hockey World Cup
Olly was the official mascot of Men’s Hockey World Cup 2018, which represents Olive Ridley sea turtles.