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A devotee wants to reach a temple. He started walking towards the east and reaches a road crossings(chauraha in Hindi). He is facing the road that is going towards the east. There is a market on that road. The road to his left is going towards a marriage palace. In which direction is the temple?

A

East.

B

West.

C

North.

D

South.

Soln.
Ans: d

Suppose, the devotee starts at A. He goes towards east and reaches a crossings at O. Now going straight is the Market (M), towards left is the marriage palace (B). Hence, the temple (Q) must be in the south.


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