Rendezvous (1965) and Ramkinkar (1975).
  Satyajit Ray: Ray was India’s most awarded and feted director. His first
  film was Pather Pancheli. Acclaimed as India’s foremost director, Satyajit
  Ray has made 30 feature films and five documentaries, tackling a wide
  range of rural, urban historical themes. The Appu Trilogy – Pather
  Panchali (1955), Apur Sansar and Aparajito – along with Charulata,
  Jalsaghar, Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne, Ashani Sanket, Agantuk and
  Shatranj Ke Khiladi are some of his outstanding films. Ray’s other works
  like Mahanagar (1963), Seemabadha (1971), Pratidwandi (1970) and
  Jana Aranya (1975) focussed on urban middle-class existence. Besides
  film making, his other interests were painting, illustrations, typography,
  music and short-story writing. Satyajit Ray was posthumously awarded the
  Bharat Ratna in 1988. In March 1992 Satyajit Ray was presented with the
  Oscar Award for mastery of art in motion pictures and humanitarian
  outlook. Satyajit Ray’s first colour creation was Kanchenjungha (1962).
  V. Shantaram: This doyen of lyrical films, made several memorable films
  like Dr. Kotnis Ki Amar Kahani, Padosi, Do Aankhen Barah Haath,
  Pinjra, Chaani, Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baaje and Geet Gaya Pattharon Ne.
  He also played the leading role in Saukari Pash (1925). He won the
  President’s Gold Medal for his film Do Aankhen Barah Haath.
                                 QUESTIONS
Who founded the Indian Reform Association in 1870?
(a) Ram Mohun Roy
(b) Debendranath Tagore
(c) Keshab Chandra Sen
(d) Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar
Which of the following books was not written by Swami Dayanand
Saraswati?
(a) Satyarlha Prakash
(b) Veda Prakash
(c) Satyarlha Bhumika