Yello Fraands! Monthly quij is byak! It hyas 18 20koshions which includes a special round caantributed by Reghuvans Ramaswami!I will try to add a further 7 koshions tomaaaroe(but thyat is naat A praamise) have added 2 more questions..
It ijj a very lyarge posht so pleeeje be patientuu.
The post will remain open till the 20th, i shall be posting the usual question a day from the day after tomorrow! And one more thing, until further mentioned, the daily question shall be posted at around 20:00 hrs everyday 🙂 Get craaaaacking folkss..
The Engliss is veryy byaad faar no particular reejan! 🙂
Gracious INnit? Who?
The affair that he was involved(rather not involved in) in, led to the caricature … Who?
This lady is now a mum of three and lives with her hubby… but sad things had befallen upon her when she was 13 Who?
Easiest of the quiz…Which place?
Keep climbing this and you will reach?Explain please
Which “act of brevity” connects the two?
Identify the deity(prospective)
Questions 11-18 are contributed by Raghuvansh, he lhas titled the qound as “google earth – used, misused and abused to the fullest extent possible”
What’s with the brown area in the center of the image ending so abruptly towards the right hand side of the image?
The complex of buildings is the HQ of a corporation. The name of the road around the complex originates in jargon used by the kind of people who are likely to be working for said corporation. Name the road and the corporation whose HQ is in this picture.
Simple. ID the landmark.
ID the road/crossing.
There is something special about the bridge in the picture. Only 2 or 3 other bridges around the world have this speciality. What is the speciality? Look closely at the picture and you should be able to figure it out.
Which legendary structure is this?
A certain evocative term was coined to describe 7.1; the same term was then used to describe many other similar structures, for example 7.2, 7.3 and 7.4. What is the two-word term?
ID the landmark.
A coined the term, B shares the name
Easy one to end with.. What is strange about these stamps