Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC) Season 11 Episode-8 Questions and Answers

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KBC Season 11 episode 8 questions answers

Kaun Banega Crorepati 11 Episode 8 was aired on August 28, 2019, the show started with roll-over contestant Hemant Goyal. He continued playing Kaun Banega Crorepati with a smile on his face, he even reached to the question that would have given him Rs. 12, 50,000. He had one lifeline left but decided to go with his guess, which made him went home with Rs. 3, 20,000.

The next contestant on hot seat was Raj Rani Bhalla from Delhi. Her guess work and the lifelines helped her won Rs. 6,40,000. Ranjit Kumar from Bhopal won the fastest finger first round and is the next contestant on the hot seat, with whom Amitabh Bachchan will began the next episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati 11 which will air on Sony Channel on August 30, 2019.

Here you get the written updates on Kaun Banega Crorepati 11. KBC 11 Episode 8 question and answers are listed below. If you missed this episode of KBC 11, give it a try to questions here and let us know what you score!

Listed below are the KBC Season 11 Episode 8 questions and answers.

Question 1: Who took the least number of innings to reach the landmark of 11,000 runs in ODI cricket?

A. Virat Kohli
B. Ricky Ponting
C. Sourav Ganguly
D. Sachin Tendulkar

Question 2: In which year the Nobel Prize was not awarded in 2018?

A. Medicine
B. Literature
C. Chemistry
D. Economics

Question 3: In which country is the Chabahar Port situated, the first posrt that India will operate outside its own country?

A. Oman
B. UAE
C. Iraq
D. Iran

Question 4: During his six-year sentence in Mandalay Jail in Burma, which book did Bal Gangadhar Tilk write?

A. India Wins Freedom
B. Freedom At Midnight
C. Srimad Bhagvad Gita Rahasya
D. Arctic Home in the Vedas

Question 5: According to the Mahabharata, which of these people did Sri Krishna beheaded with his Sudarshan Chakra?

A. Duryodhana
B. Kansa
C. Shishupal
D. Ashvatthama

Question 6: Which of these names does not refer to the same snack as other three?

A. Golgappa
B. Panipuri
C. Puchka
D. Bhelpuri

Question 7: Celebrities entering an award show normally walk on which specially laid out surface?

A. Black belt
B. Yellow stones
C. Red carpet
D. Green pitch

Question 8: Which of these is measured in the unit ‘Millimeter of Mercury’ (mmHg)?

A. Haemogolobin
B. Platelet count
C. Water Content
D. Blood Pressure

Question 9: To convert kilograms into grams, by what value do you need to multiply the former?

A. 10
B. 100
C. 1000
d. 10000

Question 10: The preamble to the Constitution of India makes reference to “LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and ___” what?

A. Work
B. Press
C. Life
D. Worship

Question 11: In the mythology, who among the following is also known as Baladeva, Balabhadra, Haladhara and Halayudha?

A. Kartikeya
B. Balarama
C. Shatrughna
D. Hanuman

Question 12: Launched in Feb 2019 by the Indian Railways, Train 18 was renamed as what?

A. Vande Mataram Express
B. Vande Bharat Express
C. Bharat Mata Express
D. Hindustan Express

Question 13: By winning the tournament in 2019, which team won the FIFA Women’s world cup for a record fourth time?

A. USA
B. France
C. Germany
D. Italy

Question 14: Which of these is the capital of a BIMSTEC country?

A. Naypyidav
B. Kuala Lumpur
C. Jakarta
D. Santiago

Question 15: During the reign of Akbar, the Mahabharat was translated into the Persian language under which title?

A. Guldasta-E-Haqiqat
B. Razmnama
C. Nargistan
D. Shahnama

Check your answers here and share your score with us.

Answers

Answer 1: A – Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli reached the 11000 mark in 222 innings .

Answer 2: B – Literature
The Nobel Prize in literature was not awarded in the year 2018, after accusations of wrongdoing against the Swedish Academy. It was decided that the award will be given in the year 2019.

Answer 3: D – Iran
The office of Indian SPV – India Ports Global Chabahar Free Zone (IPGCFZ) at Chacahar, Iran was jointly inaugrated by Indian, Iranian and Afghanistan delegation.

Answer 4: C – Srimad Bhagvad Gita Rahasya
Shrimadh Bhagvad Gita Rahasya, popularly also known as ‘Gita Rahasya’ or ‘Karmayog Shashtra’, was written by Bal Gangadhar Tilak suring his six years sentence in prison at Mandalay, Burma. It is a 1915 Marathi language book authored by him.

Answer 5: C – Shishupal

Answer 6: D – Bhelpuri

Answer 7: B – Red carpet

Answer 8: D – Blood Pressure
A millimetre of mercury is a manometric unit of pressure, which is denoted by mmHg or mm Hg.

Answer 9: C – 1000

Answer 10: D – Worship
The preamble of India reads,

WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens JUSTICE, social, economic and political; LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship; EQUALITY of status and of opportunity; and to promote among them all FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation;

Answer 11: B – Balarama

Answer 12: B – Vande Bharat Express
Train 18 now named as Vande Bharat Express s an Indian semi-high speed intercity electric multiple unit. This train was designed and built by Integral Coach Factory (ICF) Chennai under the Make in India initiative of Indian government, over a span of just 18 months.

Answer 13: A – USA
The team USA won the Women’s FIFA World Cup 2019. They have won the FIFA Women’s World Cup title 4 times, including the first Women’s World Cup in the year 1991.


Answer 14: A – Naypyidav
BIMSTEC members include Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand , Nepal and Bhutan. These are the countries dependent on the Bay of Bengal. Naypyitaw is the modern capital of Myanmar (Burma).

Answer 15: B – Razmnama
The Razmnama is the name given to Persian translation of Mahabharata. This translation was done during the reign of Akbar. In Persian, “Razm” means “war” and “nama” means “epic” or “tale”.

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