Bhagavad Gita Chapter 14 – The Three Modes of Material Nature

01. Who is not affected either by the creation or the destruction of the material world?
a)    One who is perfect
b)    One who has develops spiritual qualities
c)    One who is intelligent
d)    One who is brave
02. Who among the following, even after liberation doesn’t lose their individuality?
a)    Perfectionists
b)    Impersonalists
c)    Devotees
d)    All of the above
03. _____________________ is the total cause of the total cosmic manifestation.
a)    Brahman
b)    Spirit soul
c)    Both a & b
d)    Mahat-tattva
04. What makes possible for the births of all living beings?
a)    When the spirit soul desires to change body
b)    When all the twenty-four elements combine together
c)    When the Supreme Personality of Godhead impregnates Brahman
d)    None of these
05. If Krishna is the same seed giving father for all entities, then why do different forms of life come during creation?
a)    Because of their past deeds
b)    Because Brahma designed them so
c)    To have a wide range of species
d)    None of the above
06. How a living entity in the mode of goodness does become conditioned?
a)    Thinking that he is advanced in knowledge 
b)    Thinking that he is better than others
c)    Thinking that he is happiest of all
d)    All of the above
07. What makes a living entity in the mode of passion to get bound to material fruitive actions?
a)    His austerities for maintaining life
b)    His unlimited desires and longings
c)    His civilization
d)    None of the above
08. What are the symptoms of a person in the mode of ignorance?
a)    Madness
b)    Laziness
c)    Excessive sleeping
d)    All of the above
09. Can a particular mode dominate over the other two?
a)    Yes
b)    No
10. A devotee is situated in _________________.
a)    Mode of ignorance
b)    Mode of passion
c)    Pure goodness
d)    Mode of  goodness
11. What are the symptoms of all the gates of the body in the mode of goodness?
a)    Happiness
b)    Illumination by knowledge
c)    Both a & b
d)    None of these
12. Which of the following are manifested in the mode of ignorance?
a)    Darkness & illusion
b)    Madness & darkness
c)    Madness & inactivity
d)    Both a & c
13. Which of the following according to BG 14.14 means pure?
a)    Sattve
b)    Amalan
c)    Tadottma
d)    None of these
14. What happens if one dies in the mode of ignorance?
a)    He takes birth as human being again
b)    He takes birth among those engaged in fruitive activities
c)    He takes birth in the animal kingdom
d)    None of these
15. Slaughtering animals is due to the mode of ________________.
a)    Ignorance
b)    Passion
c)    Goodness
d)    All of the above
16. Is there any possibility for peace & happiness all over the world if only a certain percentage of population are Krishna conscious?
a)    Yes
b)    No
17. How can a person in the mode of passion or ignorance rise to the level of the mode of goodness?
a)    Being austere
b)    Being kind to others
c)    Being a good listener
d)    Being Krishna conscious
18. Why is the living entity forced to perform different activities?
a)    As he wants it that way
b)    Because doing so, he is relieved of his sufferings
c)    Because he is in a particular type of body governed by some particular mode of material nature
d)    All of these
19. How can one be freed from the influence of the modes of material nature?
a)    By chanting the vedic hymns
b)    By practicing devotional service in Krishna consciousness
c)    Both a & b
d)    None of these
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