Yoga Quiz

This week, we celebrate India’s first International Yoga Festival. Created by the Yoga Shala Expo 2021 in Delhi, this event symbolized a step towards creating a healthier world. Three lucky winners will each receive a USD 100 Spa Voucher they can use across Karma Spas! 

The winners will be announced on 25th May across all Karma Group and Karma Odyssey social media channels.


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    1. The word “yoga” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning what?

    2. Who wrote the book “Light on Yoga,” an influential illustrated guide to yoga poses?

    3. Let’s say that you’re standing with your arms parallel to the ground. Your legs are 3 to 4 feet apart. You turn your left toe out and bend your left knee so that your thigh is parallel to the ground. Your right leg remains in its original position. You look out over your left knee. What pose are you in?

    4. Which of the following is not one of the eight limbs of Ashtanga yoga?

    5. A yama is a restraint meant to provide an ethical guideline. Which yama dictates nonviolence?

    6. Which type of yoga is characterized by its use of props?

    7. Bikram yoga is practiced in a very hot room. What is the minimum recommended temperature for this style of yoga?

    8. How many poses make up one sun salutation?

    9. There are three internal “locks,” or Bandhas, employed in yoga. If you’re engaging Mula Bandha, what part of the body are you locking?

    10. Ujayyi is a type of what?

    11. The word “yoga” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning what?

    12. What is not one principle taught in yoga?

    13. Which country does yoga originate from?

    14. There are eight stages of training for a yogi. What is the final stage (apart from ‘moksha’)?

    15. What does ‘hatha’ mean?

    16. What is chakra?

    17. How many chakras are in the human body?

    18. There are twenty-six postures that make up Bikram Yoga. Which of these is not one of those postures?

    19. Where is Kundalini located?

    20. What is the system of nerves that connects chakras and is where energy flows through?

    21. Kundalini comes from the term “Kunda” which is a cavity for what particular animal?

    22. Which chakra signifies the process of enlightenment?

    23. What is the true meaning of yoga?

    24. What are the Yamas?

    25. Which type of yoga focuses primarily on exercise and physical techniques?

    26. Which of these is not the name of one of the seven chakras?

    27. What would not be helpful to do when meditating?

    28. What is one of the most important objectives during yoga?

    29. What is not one of the four main types of yoga?

    30. Which of these, according to Yoga philosophy, is a state of consciousness of neither wake nor sleep?

    31. Based upon Yoga philosophy, which of these are the two entities that make up the universe?

    32. What are Granthi knots?

    33. What is the practice in Kundalini where the meditator exits his physical form and enters some sort of astral state called?

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    1. This particular quiz is an apt one during these challenging times. I didn’t know many terminologies I will now read in detail about yoga. Thanks

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