In The Kingdom of Fools MCQ: Online Test (Quiz): In The Kingdom of Fools is a folktale that talks about a kingdom with a foolish king and ministers. The story talks about how a foolish king can be a threat to a kingdom and everyone. The king, to make his kingdom different from others made many silly changes in the working and sleeping hours of his citizens. In fact, everything costs the same in his kingdom. The main storyline is how justice is not given to the right person but instead, the king finds a reason for the death of a thief who was trying to escape after a loot. As a result, the king decided to execute an innocent disciple. However, his guru saved him, and became the new king. 

In The Kingdom of Fools MCQ: Online Test (Quiz)

1. In the kingdom of fools is a story of a ______________ run by a _________ king.

A) Kingdom, Foolish

B) Kingdom, Wise

C) Kingdom, cunning

D) Kingdom, blind

2. In the kingdom of fools, who is the actual fool?

A) The king

B) The ministers

C) Both A and B

D) None of these

3. To make the kingdom different from other kingdoms, the king and the ministers decided to-

A) Turn off all the lights

B) Go bald

C) Kill citizens

D) Change night into day and day into night

4. __________ was made the new king after the previous king’s death.

A) The minister

B) King’s Wife

C) The Guru

D) The disciple

5. Why did they plan to hang the disciple instead of the merchant?

A) Because the Merchant was too thin to be hanged

B) Because the Disciple was fat enough to fit the stake

C) Both A and B

D) None of these

6. According to the king, the merchant inherited his father’s

A) Skills

B) Riches and sins

C) Furniture

D) Bike

7. Why did the Bricklayer couldn’t build the wall right?

A) Because he was tired

B) Because he got distracted because of the sounds of the anklets of a dancing girl who kept on moving the street all-day

C) Because the dancing girl was dancing in front of him all-day

D) Because he couldn’t keep his eyes off the beautiful dancing girl

8. The merchant told his name to be _________ to the king

A) So and so

B) Such and so

C) So and such

D) Such and such

9. The bricklayer blamed the_______ for building a weak wall.

A) The merchant

B) The king

C) The dancing girl

D) The Guru

10. Who was summoned next to the rich merchant?

A) The bricklayer

B) The Dancing Girl

C) The ministers

D) The Disciple

11. While solving the case, the king summoned whom first?

A) The dancing girl

B) The Disciple

C) The Thief

D) The Merchant

12. What was the currency of the land of fools?

A)Paisa

B) Rupee

C) Duddu

D) Fuku

13. How much does everything cost in the kingdom?

A) One Dudde

B) Two Duddu

C) Three duddu

D) Four Duddu

14. Who came to the kingdom of fools?

A) A tiger and a tigress

B) A king and a queen

C) A guru and his disciple

D) None of these

15. Who came to the king for justice after the death of the thief?

A) The thief’s brother

B) The Thief’s mother

C) The thief’s father

D) The thief’s wife

16. The thief was planning to break into whose house?

A) The dancing girl’s house

B) The king’s palace

C) The rich merchant’s house

D) The minister’s house

17. Why did the disciple want to live there?

A) He wanted to enjoy the fresh air of the kingdom

B) He wanted to play with the children of the kingdom

C) He wanted to live a happy life with good and cheap food

D) He wanted to serve the king

18. In the kingdom of fools when did people sleep?

A) During the day

B) At night

C) Once a week

D) Every 6 months

19. In the kingdom of fools when did people work?

A) Once every 6 months

B) During the day

C) At night

D) Once a week

20. What did the king and the ministers decide to do in order to be different from other kingdoms?

A) They decided to change the day into night and night into day

B) They decided to stop exporting and importing from other kingdoms

C) They decided to plant trees all over the kingdom

D) All of these

21. What did the Guru say about the behavior of foolish people?

A) Their behavior is unreal

B) Their behavior is silly

C) Their behavior is unpredictable

D) None of these

22. What was the condition kept by the Guru to be the next king?

A) That the old ministers should be changed

B) That he must marry the king’s wife

C) That the old laws should be changed

D) That the citizens must award him 10 duddus everyday

23. Why did the king and his ministers decide to stake themselves?

A) Because of their wives

B) Because of the guru’s words and their greed

C) Because of their children

D) Because of the disciple

24. What did the Guru say?

A) The guru said that the king is looking very handsome and thus, handsome people must die to go to heaven

B) Suicide is the only option to go to the heaven

C) The guru said that if the king dies today, he would become immortal

D) That whosoever would die first the god-king of justice would be happy and would give him a chance reborn as a king.

25. How did the guru get to know that his disciple is in trouble?

A) Through his magical power and vision

B) Another disciple informed him

C) The king informed him

D) A minister informed him

26. Why did the king not kill the merchant?

A) Because he was too fat

B) Because he was too thin

C) Because he was very weak

D) Because he was very strong

27. Who did the king decide to kill instead of the merchant?

A) The minister

B) Himself

C) The disciple

D) The guru

28. Why did the king decide to kill the disciple instead of the merchant?

A) Because the merchant was too thin and the king was looking for someone who became fat because of eating.

B) Because the disciple was cunning

C) Both A and B

D) None of these

29. Why did the king decide to punish the merchant?

A) Because according to the king the merchant was a thief

B) Because the merchant used to tease the dancer

C) Because according to the king the merchant inherited his father’s wealth as well as his sins

D) None of these

30. How did the goldsmith save himself?

A) By putting blame on the merchant’s father

B) By putting blame on the dancing girl

C) By putting blame on the bricklayer

D) By putting blame on the king

31. How did the bricklayer save his life?

A) By putting blame on the king

B) by putting blame on the dancing girl

C) By putting blame on the disciple

D) By putting blame on the merchant

32. How did the merchant escape the punishment?

A) Because of his family

B) Because of his wife

C) Because of the ministers

D) Because of his friends

33. How did the thief die after the loot?

A) The old wall fell on his head and he died

B) He was poisoned

C) The merchant beat him to death

D) The thief was severely ill

34. ___________broke into the merchant’s house

A) The king

B) The ministers

C) A thief

D) The guru and the disciple

35. Who left the city after seeing the abnormalities of the king and his ministers?

A) The thief

B) The merchant

C) The guru

D) The disciple

36. Why was the guru happy initially?

A) Because the price of everything was very cheap

B) Because the people were very kind

C) Because the king welcomed him with gifts

D) None of these

37. How did the king change day into night and night into day?

A) Through magical spells

B) The people worked at night and slept during the day

C) The king fought with god and changed the day and night

D) None of these

38. Who were the fools?

A) The king

B) The ministers

C) Both A and B

D) None of these

39. “Please listen to me before you give your orders. It’s true I built this wall and it was no good. But that was because my mind was not on it. I remember very well a dancing girl who was going up and down that street all day with her anklets jingling, and I couldn’t keep my eyes or my mind on the wall I was building. You must get that dancing girl. I know where she lives.”  Who said this to whom?

A) The bricklayer to the king

B) The king to the bricklayer

C) The bricklayer to the dancing girl

D) None of these

40. Who did the Dancing girl blame?

A) The bricklayer

B) The goldsmith

C) The king

D) The disciple

41. Who did the goldsmith blame?

A) The rich merchant

B) The dancing girl

C) The thief

D) The disciple

42. Who did the king blame after the goldsmith?

A) The disciple

B) The guru

C) The rich merchant’s father

D) None of these

43. As the servants sharpened the stake and got it ready for the final impaling of the criminal, it occurred to the minister that the __________was somehow too_________ to be properly executed on the stake.

A) Rich merchant, too thin

B) Rich merchant, too fat

C) Goldsmith, too thin

D) Goldsmith, too fat

44. What superpowers did the guru have?

A) He could see future

B) He could see far

C) He had magical powers and vision

D) All of these

45. The disciple said he is a ___________.

A) thief

B) guru

C) Sanyasi

D) None of these

46. After the guru arrived what did the disciple claim to the king?

A) To put the guru at the stake first

B) To put him to the stake first

C) To put the king to the stake first

D) To put his wife  to the stake  first

47. What did the guru do after he arrived again in the kingdom?

A) He whispered in his disciple’s ear

B) He slapped the disciple

C) He slapped the king

D) He whispered in the king’s ear

48. According to the king, who is greater?

A) The guru

B) The disciple

C) Both the guru and the disciple

D) None of these

49. According to the guru and the disciple, why was the stake special?

A) Because it has killed many criminals

B) Because it was from heaven

C) Because it was the stake of the god of justice

D) None of these

50. What does the story throw light upon?

A)  Wise people

B) Foolish people and the danger they can cause

C) Selfish people

D) All of these

51. Why are the people of the kingdom called fools?

A) Because they follow all the silly orders passed by the king

B) Because the king is foolish

C) Because the king is selfish and the citizens are foolish

D) Because the king and the citizens are wise

52. How did the guru save the king and the kingdom?

A) By flattering the king through his intelligence

B) By becoming the new king

C) By changing all the old laws and orders

D) All of these

53. How did the king make people obey his orders?

A) By behaving politely

B) By behaving rudely

C) By threatening to kill them

D) None of these

54. What did the guru and the disciple get to know after visiting the grocery shop?

A) That everything was very expensive

B) That everything costs the same 

C) That the shopkeeper was not good at business

D) That the king ordered to sell everything expensive

55. Why did the guru leave the place?

A) Because he thought it would be dangerous to live with the fools

B) Because he was threatened by the king

C) Because the people of the kingdom didn’t like him

D) Because his wife was ill

56. Before being executed the disciple prays his heart to whom?

A) To god

B) To his mother

C) To the king

D) To his Guru

57. What made the king and his ministers go to the stake first?

A) Guru’s selfish intention

B) Guru’s words

C) The disciple’s words

D) None of these

58. What message does the story convey?

A) Fools can never be wise

B) Always kill the fools

C) Be wise and kill the fools

D) Be wise and stay away from the fools

59. What was the main theme of the story?

A) Foolish people are dangerous

B) Gurus are wise

C) Kings can easily kill anyone

D) None of these

60. What type of story is this?

A) Science fiction

B) Serious

C) Folktale

D) Funny

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