Bhagavad Gita Chapter 03 – Karma Yoga

01. How many classes of men are there who realize the self?
a)    Two
b)    Three
c)    Five
d)    Ten
02. Being active is the nature of the ___________.
a)    Materialism
b)    Soul
c)    Vedas
d)    Impersonalist
03. Why renunciation for the purpose of maintenance is never approved by the Lord?
a)    Because it doesn’t cleanse the heart from material contamination
b)    It makes one just a mere pretender
c)    Both a & b
d)    None of these
04. What if work performed is not sacrificed for Vishnu?
a)    That work binds one to this material world
b)    One remains unattached
c)    One is free from bondage
d)    All of these
05. Why is it said that people, who eat for sense gratification, eat only sin?
a)    Because they don’t share anything
b)    Because they are very self centered
c)    Because they don’t first offer the food to the Lord before eating it
d)    None of these
06. What are yajnas meant for?
a)    To lead one to the point of moral codes
b)    To transcend them to attain Krishna consciousness
c)    Both a & b
d)    None of these
07. Why a fully Krishna conscious person has no duty to perform to transcend him?
a)    Because all his impurities are cleansed instantly 
b)    Because he knows his eternal position in relationship with Krishna
c)    Because he is not obligated to the vedic injunctions
d)    All of these
08. By working __________________ one attains Supreme.
a)    In Krishna consciousness
b)    Under proper guidance
c)    Without attachment
d)    All of these
09. How a great man should be so that the common men would follow in his footsteps?
a)    He must follow the principles of scriptures
b)    He must be conversant with moral and spiritual codes
c)    Both a & b 
d)    None of these
10. Why Krishna follows the religious duties even when there is no need for Him to perform?
a)    Because common men would follow in His foot steps
b)    Because Krishna is the greatest authority
c)    Because He descended to establish the principles of religion
d)    All of these
11. How should a Krishna conscious person approach an ignorant man attached to fruitive action?
a)    By not discouraging an ignorant man in his activities
b)    By engaging him in the service of Krishna
c)    Both a & b
d)    None of these
12. Which of the following is a symptom of nescience?
a)    A person who has no knowledge that ultimately he is under the control of Krishna
b)    One who doesn’t engage himself in sense gratification
c)    One who lacks confidence in Krishna
d)    One who is unaware of his surroundings
13. Duties must be carried out with ________________________.
a)    Full confidence
b)    Dependence on Krishna
c)    Sacrifice
d)    Stern order
14. What is the result of executing one’s duties according to the injunction of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krishna?
a)    One attains a good character
b)    One becomes free from the bondage of fruitive actions
c)    One becomes very pleased
d)    None of these
15. What are the stumbling blocks on the path of self realization?
a)    Senses
b)    Sense objects
c)    Both a & b
d)    None of these
16. For whom among the following the four varnas duties are immaterial to perform?
a)    One who is transcendentally situated
b)    One who is on the material platform
c)    One who is a impersonalist
d)    All of these
17. As the living entity is the part and parcel of the Supreme, and is originally spiritual, pure and free from material contaminations then how is he subjected to sinful acts?
a)    Due to the contact of material creation
b)    In the association with mode of passion his love for Krishna is transformed into lust
c)    Unsatisfied lust transforms to wrath and then to illusion
d)    All of the above
18. When can lust and wrath become our true friends?
a)    When are organized
b)    When are they executed in Krishna’s service
c)    When they are understood properly
d)    When they are covered with satisfaction
19. The living entity is ______________________ with different degrees of lust.
a)    Cleansed
b)    Referred
c)    Covered
d)    Compared
20. Which of the following is the sitting place for lust?
a)    Mind
b)    Senses
c)    Intelligence
d)    All of the above
21. Which of the following destroys the urge for self realization?
a)    Lust
b)    Body
c)    Intelligence
d)    None of these
22. Which of the following is the most inferior?
a)    Senses and mind
b)    Intelligence 
c)    Soul
d)    Dull matter
23. How can one control the material senses, the mind and the intelligence?
a)    By practicing yogic postures
b)    By merging into the Supreme
c)    By Krishna consciousness
d)    None of the above
Question No. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Answer: a b c d c b d d c d c a b b c a d b c d
Question No. 21 22 23                                  
Answer: a d c