Interesting questions on ‘Bhakti and Sufi Movement’ that can be asked in PET exam, read now

Bhakti and Sufi Movement MCQ for UPSSSC PET : Uttar Pradesh Preliminary Qualifying Exam (PET) It will be organized in offline mode on 15th and 16th of October. 37 lakh candidates have applied to appear in this examination, its admit card has also been issued. In order to apply for Group C level vacancy in Uttar Pradesh, candidates need to qualify in the PET exam. A certificate is given to the candidate who has passed the examination, through which candidates will be able to apply for the government jobs of Level ‘C’ posts of Uttar Pradesh.

If you are also going to appear in this exam, then in this article we have come up with important questions related to ‘Bhakti and Sufi Movement’ which are more likely to be asked in the examination, so that better results can be obtained in the examination. Therefore, it is necessary for the candidates that they must read these questions given in the article at a glance.

Bhakti and Sufi Movement MCQ for UPSSSC PET
Bhakti and Sufi Movement MCQ for UPSSSC PET

Important Questions related to Bhakti and Sufi Movement for UP PET

Question. Who among the Bhakti saints was the most radical reformer?

  • Ramanand
  • Tulsidas
  • Kabir
  • Namdev

Answer: 3

Question. Who was the author of ‘Das Bodh’ written in Maratha period?

  • grandpa kondadev
  • Ramdas
  • tukaram
  • Eknath

Answer: 2

Question. Which one Sufi saint saw the rule of seven sultans, but did not go to anyone’s court?

  • Qutubuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki
  • Baba Fariduddin Chishti
  • Sheikh Nizamuddin Chishti
  • Naseeruddin Chirag Delhi

Answer: 3

Question. Shaikh Bahauddin Zakaria of Multan belonged to which of the following Sufi sects?

  • chishti
  • suhrawardi
  • Qadiri
  • Naqshbandi

Answer: 2

Question. Who was the founder of Roshaniya sect?

  • Abdullah Jaunpuri
  • Bucky Badge
  • Bayajid
  • Sheikh Nurul Haque

Answer: 3

Question. Shaikh Bahauddin Zakaria belonged to which Safi silila?

  • Qadriya
  • Naqshbandi
  • suhrawardi
  • chishti

Answer: 3

Question. He wrote ten Mukami Rekhta giving account of ten stages of Sufism –

  • Mansoor Al Hajjaj
  • Kabir
  • Guru Nanak
  • miyanmir

Answer 1

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Question. Is there no hymn in Sri Guru Granth Sahib?

  • Dhanna’s
  • cask
  • Raidas K
  • San Ke

Answer: 2

Question. The devotees of Vishnu were called-

  • Nayanar
  • Pashupat
  • Alwar
  • Lingayat

Answer: 3

Question. Sheikh Ahmed Sirhindi was taken prisoner?

  • by Humayun
  • by Akbar
  • by Jahangir
  • by shahjahan

Answer: 3

Question. Who among the following was the preacher of Saguna Bhakti?

  • Kabir
  • Nanak
  • nimbark
  • Grandfather

Answer: 3

Question. Where is the tomb of Sheikh Salim Chishti located?

  • in Agra
  • in Delhi
  • in Fatehpur Sikri
  • in Ajmer

Answer: 3

Question. The present Vrindavan near Mathura was identified as?

  • Chaitanya has
  • Mirabai has
  • Vallabhacharya has
  • by Jiva Goswami

Answer 1

Question. Who among the Sufias supported the ‘Wahdat-ul-Shahud’ faith?

  • Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya
  • sheikh ahmed sirhindi
  • Sheikh Salim Chishti
  • Maulana Abdul Hai

Answer: 2

Question. Adi Granth was compiled?

  • During the time of Guru Nanak Dev
  • During the time of Guru Amardas
  • During the time of Guru Arjun Dev
  • During the time of Guru Hargobind

Answer: 3

Question. Where was the “Man changa to kathauti me Ganga”?

  • Raidas has
  • Dhanna has
  • Pipa has
  • san ne

Answer : ?

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