About which time is the story based?
3. medieval times
4. time of autocratic kings
At what age the boy crowned as king?
4. a toy tiger
1.let tigers watch
2.Let tigers beware
3.let tigers be careful
What is author's pen name?
Who was Duraisani?
1.an old lady
2. a young lady
3.a greedy woman ,wife of a high rank British officer
1.to save his state and to please The British
2. to invite them for hunting
3.to invite them for a feast
4. to find more tigers
1.from the prefix of his name
2. from the sufix of his name
3.from the sufix of his wife's name
4.from the sufix of his and his wife's name
1.a silver on toy tiger's body pricked his finger
2.by being fainted
3.by being killed by a hunter
4.by putting him in danger
How did the child grow?
1. drinkinking goat's milk like other royal chidren
2.drinking buffalo's milk like other royal chidren
3. drinkinking cow's milk like other royal chidren
1.by killing the first tiger
2.by killing the 100th tiger
3. by killing all the tigers in the state
1.by showing him a victim of a toy tiger
2.by showing him as a powerful king
3.by making the king kill 99 tigers
Who is the author of The Tiger King?
1.Ramaswamy Aiyer Krishnamurthy
4.on the false pride,ego and stubborness of the powerful people
Under whose rule were the kings living?
4.Under the thumb rule of the British
What became the cause of King's death?
2.a tiger from his wife's forest
3.a tiger in his state
4.the wooden tiger from the toyshop
What did the astrologer predict?
1.the boy will be a king
2. the boy will visit the world
3.the king will be killed by 100th tiger
1.He owned tigers
2.married a princess
3.prohibited British officer to enter his territory
4.He killed tigers
What does Durai mean in the story?
1.Chief leader in bengal
2.Chief leader in andhra
3.chief leader in Tamil
1.The futility of going against the destiny
3.false pride and ego
What is the irony in the story?
1.kings desire to prove predictions wron
2.king's desire to marry
3.king's desire to kill tigers
4.The king killed 99 tigers and died because of a toy tiger
What is the moral of the story?
2.Power makes us powerful
3.Power is meaningless before destiny
What is the theme of the story?
3.birds and animals live on the planet
4.All birds and animals have an important role to maintain the ecological balance
What is the theme of the story?
1.Desire of power
2.Desire to have power for one's selfish interests and not for the welfare of the people
3.desire to help others
What pierced Maharaja's right hand?
1.the slivers on toy tiger's body
What proved the Dewan's resorcefulness?
3.his ability to mange a tiger in Madras
1.his killing of tigers and no concern for nature
2.his desire to marry
3.his orders from time to time
When did the Prince marry?
1.at the age of 20
2.when he killed the first tiger
3.After killing all the tigers in the State
Who actually shot the 100th tiger?
1.one of the hunters who accompanied the king
4.British high officer
Who brought up the king?
2.an English tutor
3.An English nanny
Who is The Tiger King in the story?
1.Sir Jilani Jung Jung Bahadur
Whom did the King marry?
1.to a girl
2.to a princess
3.to a princess whose father had many tigers
1.to prove the priest's prediction wrong
2. to prove his power
3. to show his love for animals
4.his kindness towards the animals
Why did the King decide to marry?
1.to buy tigers
2.to own tigers
3.to tame tigers
4.to achieve his target of killing 100 tigers
1.to prove his might
2.he was scared of the British
3. because it was against the rules of his state
Why did the Maharaja double the tax?
1.In his rage against the disappearance of the sheep and to find 100th tiger
2. to raise the funds
3.to increse the income of the state
Why was the king called The Tiger King?
1. he was fond of tigers
2.he kept many tigers
3.he tamed many tigers
4.because he killed 100 tigers
1. because he prohibited British officer from killing a tiger
2.because he killed all the tigers
3.becuse he killed atiger in the forest
1.to ensure his safety and to prove prediction wrong
2. to prove his hunting skills
3.to prove his power