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Explore the vast expanse of Hindu mythology, where deities reign over celestial realms, and the cosmic dance of creation and destruction unfolds. Test your knowledge on the revered triumvirate of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, each embodying distinct aspects of the divine. Dive into the captivating narratives of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana, where heroes and heroines grapple with destiny, duty, and the cosmic order.

Delve into the intricacies of symbolism and philosophy that characterize Indian mythology. Our quizzes invite you to decode the significance of sacred texts, such as the Bhagavad Gita, and unravel the teachings of sages like Vyasa and Valmiki. Journey through the pantheon of gods and goddesses, from the radiant Lakshmi, goddess of wealth and prosperity, to the fierce Durga, embodiment of feminine strength and power. Test your understanding of the symbolism behind the multiple arms, animal companions, and divine attributes that distinguish each deity.

At Mythlok, our Indian mythology quizzes are designed to inspire curiosity and appreciation for the cultural richness embedded in these ancient narratives. Whether you’re a seasoned scholar or a curious seeker, our quizzes offer a dynamic exploration of the myths that continue to shape India’s identity. Join us on a journey through the epics, legends, and philosophies that define Indian mythology. Each quiz is a gateway to a world where gods and mortals coexist, and the threads of storytelling weave a tapestry that transcends time. Are you ready to unravel the mysteries of Indian mythology?

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How well do you know Indian mythology?

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Identify the names of Goddess Saraswati. (Choose all that is correct)

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Which goddess is associated with knowledge, music, and the arts?

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The Bhairava form of Lord Shiva represents him as the cosmic dancer, symbolizing the cycle of creation and destruction.

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In Hindu mythology, Kama is the god of death and the ruler of the underworld.

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Lord Krishna lifted Mount Govardhan with his little finger to protect the villagers of Vrindavan from heavy rain.

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The ancient city of Dwarka, Krishna's mythical kingdom, is said to have sunk beneath the waves of the ocean.

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What is the name of the monkey god in Hindu mythology, known for his devotion to Lord Rama?

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Which Indian god is this?

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Which avataar of Vishnu is this?

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Identify the divine astras/weapons. (Choose all that is correct)

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Hanuman, the loyal monkey god, is said to possess the knowledge of eight supernatural powers called "Ashta Siddhis".

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What is the name of the mythical serpent that resides in the underworld and guards the treasure of the gods?

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Identify this mythical creature

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What is the name of the celestial city where the gods reside?

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Which bird is this structure a tribute to?

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In the Mahabharata, who is the eldest of the Pandava brothers?

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Lord Vishnu, the preserver of the universe, rests upon a thousand-headed serpent named Ananta Shesha, symbolizing infinite potential and cosmic balance.

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What is the name of the festival of lights that celebrates the victory of good over evil?

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The goddess Kali is often depicted with multiple arms and is associated with destruction and time.

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The demoness Putana attempted to kill the infant Lord Krishna by breastfeeding him with poisoned milk.

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