c) Commander in Chief.
d) None of the above.
a) Of Krishna’s will.
b) He wanted to enjoy his family life.
c) He is fearful of sin of killing a person.
d) He is attached to his kinsmen.
b) A piece of land for farming.
c) A kingdom to rule.
d) A business to earn money.
a) Their friends and relatives.
c) Poor people.
d) The thieves.
a) Somebody not worshipping Him.
c) Somebody who does not offer money and food to Him.
d) Somebody doing mischief with His devotees.
c) Both are correct.
d) Both are wrong.
a) Religious principles.
b) Soul and Supreme.
c) Taking care of Body.
a) Yudhisthir Maharaj and Bhima.
b) Bhisma and Drona.
c) Duryodhana and Dhrtarashtra.
d) Nakul and Sahadev.
a) One who fights.
b) One who knows different weapons.
c) One who gives protection from harm.
d) One who is follows orders of his superiors.
a) His natural tendency is of fighting.
b) His duty is to protect the citizens from all kinds of difficulties.
c) His duty is to subdue his enemy.
d) None of these.
a) He is concerned about welfare of all.
b) He has left the battlefield out of fear only.
c) He loves his relatives.
d) None of above.
a) They do not read newspapers daily.
b) They do not watch News Channel.
c) They are not educated.
d) They are attached to fruitive activities.
a) He could fight very nicely.
b) He had divine power.
c) He had a strong mind.
d) Simply because his mind was engaged in Krishna Consciousness.