Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC) Season 11 Episode 17 Questions and Answers

Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC) Season 11 Episode 17 Questions and Answers

The show started with roll-over contestant Himanshu Dhuria. The first question asked in the show was for Rs. 1 crore, Himanshu was not sure about the answer and decided to quit the game. But the answer he guessed was right, he would have become the first crorepati of this season.

To continued the Kaun Banega Crorepati 11 Big B asked the fastest finger first question “Arrange these seasons in the correct Hindi alphabetical order” the options included Garmi, Vasant, Sardi and Patjhad. Dr. Krupa Mehulbhai Desai from Una, Gujarat, gave the fastest answer and joined Amitabh Bachchan on hotseat. Dr. Krupa works as an AAYUSH Medical Officer in Primary Health Centre, Una. She played well and went home with a prize money of Rs. 25,00,000.

To invite next contestant on the hotseat Amitabh Bachchan asked the next KBC fastest finger first question, which was “From north to south, arrange these animals in the order of their regular habitat”, the options were, A – Nilgiri Tahr, B -Kashmir stag (Hangul), C – Arctic fox, and D- Kangaroo. The fastest right answer to this was given by Rohit Kumar from Baghpat, UP. Rohit happens to be an airmen of the Indian Air Force working at IIT Kharagpur as part of the NCC Training Programme. Big B will continue KBC 11 episode 18 with Rohit on 11th September 2019.

Here we have compiled the written updates of Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC) 11 episode 17 with questions and answers asked in the show today.

Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC) Season 11 Episode 17 Questions and Answers

Find below the KBC11 questions from episode 17

Question 1: Whose persian translation of several Upanishads is known as ‘Sirr-e-Akbar’?

A. Abul Fazal
B. Shah Waliullah Dehlvi
C. Dara Shikoh
D. Ahmad al-Sirhindi

Question 2: Which of these is a fried salted snack?

A. Ratlami Sev
B. Mysore Pak
C. Agra Petha
D. Kalkatiya Chamcham

Question 3: What is the name of the brothers who played for Mumbai Indians?

A. Chahar
B. Pathan
C. Warner
D. Pandya

Question 4: Which of these brand’s mascot is a caricature of a little girl?

A. McDonald’s
B. Amul
D. Air India

Question 5: Which of these temples in Gujarat is the three-day dance festival ‘Uttarardh Mahotsav’ celebrated?

A. Rukmini Temple, Dwarka
B. Somnath Temple, Somnath
C. Sun Temple, Modhera
D. Bhalka Tirth, Somnath

Question 6: The Apgar Score is used to quickly assess the health of which of these?

A. Newborn babies
B. Elderly people
C. Pregnant woman
D. Diabetics

Question 7: According to legend, which scholar cut away at the very branch of the tree on which he sat?

A. Tulsidas
B. Raidas
C. Surdas
D. Kalidas

Question 8: Which of these athletes won their Olympic medal first?

A. Sakshi Malik
B. Leander Paes
C. Karnam Malleshwari
D. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore

Question 9: In 2019, who became the youngest-ever member of the Lok Sabha?

A. Tejasvi Surya
B. Chandrani Murmu
C. Raksha Khadse
D. Nusrat Jahan

Question 10: The Mahatma Gandhi IT and Biotechnology Park, inaugurated in June in Grand-Bassam, is in which African Country?

A. Ghana
B. Nigeria
C. Cameroon
D, Ivory Coast

Question 11: According to Valmiki Ramayana, who was the wife of Vibhishana?

A. Sarama
B. Trijata
C. Sulochana
D. Lankini

Question 12: Which is the first man-made plastic?

A. Bakelite
B. Polythene
C. Celluloid
D. Parkesine

KBC 11 Answers for episode 17

Below listed are the answers for KBC 11 episode 17 questions. We hope you have answered the questions honestly. When you play honest, you learn more and get to know the areas of improvement. Let’s see how many KBC 11 episode 17 answers you got correct.

Answer 1: C – Dara Shikoh
Dara Shukoh, also known as Dara Shikoh, was the eldest son of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan.  He was the first to translate the Upanishads into Persian language. 

Answer 2: 
A – Ratlami Sev

Answer 3: 
D – Pandya
Kunal Pandya and Hardik Pandya played for Mumbai Indians.

Answer 4: 
B – Amul

Answer 5: 
C – Sun Temple, Modhera
The Modhera Dance Festival, also called as  Uttarardh Mahotsav,  is organized in Modhera, Gujarat’s majestic sun temple every year in the month of January.

Answer 6: 
A – Newborn Babies
The Apgar score is a method to determine the health of newborn babies against infant mortality. 

Answer 7: 
D – Kalidas
Kalidas was once considered as the stupidest person, but he later became one of the greatest Indian literary personalities, and his works are the cornerstone of Indian mythology. According to one popular legend, Kalidas wasn’t always that Intelligent. One sunny day, Kalidas was sitting on a branch of a tree, trying to saw it off. This act of Kalidas’s sheer stupidity was seen by some shrewd pundits minister passing by, who wanted to play a trick on their arrogant princess. She was determined to marry a man who will defeat her in a debate on scriptures. So, when these pandits chanced upon Kalidas, they decided to introduce him to the princess as the most suitable match for her. 

Answer 8: B – Leander Paes
Leander Paes won a bronze medal for India, the first individual Olympic medal for the country, in men’s singles tennis in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. He competed in consecutive Olympics from the year 1992 to 2016, which made him the first Indian and only tennis player to compete at seven Olympic Games.

Answer 9: 
B – Chandrani Murmu
Chandrani Murmu was elected to the Lok Sabha from Keonjhar, Odisha in the 2019 Indian general election, as a member of the Biju Janata Dal. She is currently the youngest Indian Member of Parliament.

Answer 10: 
D – Ivory Coast
The Mahatma Gandhi IT and Biotechnology Park (MGIT-BP) was jointly inaugurated by Sailas Thangal, Ambassador of India to Cote d’Ivoire, and Ivroy Coast’s Vice President Daniel Kablan Duccan at Grand-Bassam in Cote d’Ivoire in June 2019.

Answer 11: 
A – Sarama
Vibhishana was the younger brother of Lanka king Ravana and Kumbhakarna. He was the step brother of Kubera. His wife was Sarama.
Vibhishana was great devotee of Rama/Vishnu.

Answer 12: 
D – Parkesine
Invented by Alexander Parkes in 1862, Parkesine was the first man-made plastic which was first made public at the Great International Exhibition in London.

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