(ii) Vaisesika (B) Jaimini
(iii) Nyaya (C) Patanjali
(iv) Yoga (D) Gautama
(v) Mimamsa (E) Kanda
(vi) Vedanta (F) Kapila
(a) i-F, ii-E, iii-O, iv-C, v-B, vi-A
(b) i-O, ii-C, iii-A, iv-F, v-E, vi-B
(c) i-A, ii-B, iii-C, iv-O, v-E, vi-F
(d) i-C, ii-O, iii-E, iv-F, v-A, vi-B
Match List I with List II and choose the answer from the codes given below:
List I List II
(i) Shiksha (A) Metrics
(ii) Kalpa (B) Grammar
(iii) Vyakama (C) Phonetics
(iv) Nirukta (D) Astronomy
(v) Chandas (E) Rituals
(vi) Jyotisha (F) Etymology
(a) i-A, ii-C, iii-B, iv-E, v-o, vi-F
(b) i-B, ii-A, iii-C, iv-F, v-E, vi-O
(c) i-E, ii-C, iii-B, iv-A, v-F, vi-O
(d) i-C, ii-E, iii-B, iv-F, v-A, vi-O
Assertion and Reason
Mark (a) if only ‘Assertion’ (A) is correct.
Mark (b) if only ‘Reason’ (R) is correct.
Mark (c) if both ‘A’ and ‘R’ are correct, and ‘R’ justifies or explains ‘A’.
Mark (d) if both ‘A’ and ‘R’ are correct, but ‘R’-is not the correct explanation
or justification for ‘A’.
Assertion (A): The central theme of Upanishads is Tat-tvam-asi, i.e. Brahman
is Atman and Atman is Brahman.
Reason (R): Upanishads reflect a strong reaction against cults, rituals and
priestly domination of later Vedic age.