Nagaland Art & Culture MCQ Quiz – Set 7
Nagaland Art & Culture MCQ Set 7
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‘Laughing Stone’ is a folktale of which tribe?CorrectIncorrect
Which Naga tribe’s name translates to “cloud”?CorrectIncorrect
Which Naga tribe was called ‘slate-house dwellers’ by the British?Correct
Since they roofed their houses with slate.Incorrect
Since they roofed their houses with slate.
A term used to describe various tribal groups living in the north eastern India in the Vedic Mahabharata to differentiate them from the Aryan and Dravidian is:CorrectIncorrect
Mokokchung was originally known asCorrectIncorrect
Which Naga tribe was formerly also known as the eastern Angami?CorrectIncorrect
The book ‘Naga Path’ was written byCorrectIncorrect
The book “Hornbill Spirit” was written by:CorrectIncorrect
According to the creation mythology of the Koriang (a Naga tribe in Manipur), the deity who “made the hills for the Nagas to live in” is:CorrectIncorrect
‘Jena and Etiben’ is a folk tale of which Naga tribe?Correct
‘Jena and Etiben’, also known as Romeo and Juliet in Ao folk tales.Incorrect
‘Jena and Etiben’, also known as Romeo and Juliet in Ao folk tales.