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Muslim Contributions to Literature – Poetry Online MCQs with Answers

Who is known as the “Shakespeare of the East” and is celebrated for his classical Urdu poetry?
a) Mirza Ghalib
b) Rumi
c) Hafez
d) Ibn Arabi

Answer
a) Mirza Ghalib

Which Muslim poet composed the famous epic poem “The Conference of the Birds”?
a) Rumi
b) Ibn Sina
c) Saadi
d) Al-Mutanabbi

Answer
a) Rumi

Who wrote the classic Arabic poetry collection known as “Diwan al-Hamasa”?
a) Ibn Khaldun
b) Abu Tammam
c) Khalil Gibran
d) Allama Iqbal

Answer
b) Abu Tammam

Which famous Persian poet is renowned for his “Rubaiyat” (quatrains)?
a) Rumi
b) Omar Khayyam
c) Ibn Battuta
d) Ibn Rushd

Answer
b) Omar Khayyam

Who is considered one of the greatest poets of the Islamic Golden Age and wrote the “Mu’allaqat” or “Seven Odes”?
a) Hafez
b) Ibn Arabi
c) Imru al-Qais
d) Khalil Gibran

Answer
c) Imru al-Qais

Which Muslim scholar and poet is known for his work “The Book of Healing” (Kitab al-Shifa) and “The Canon of Medicine” (Al-Qanun fi al-Tibb)?
a) Al-Farabi
b) Avicenna (Ibn Sina)
c) Al-Razi (Rhazes)
d) Al-Biruni

Answer
b) Avicenna (Ibn Sina)

Who authored the famous Sufi poetry collection “Mathnawi” or “Masnavi-ye-Ma’navi”?
a) Al-Mutanabbi
b) Rumi
c) Al-Ghazali
d) Ibn al-Arabi

Answer
b) Rumi

Which Muslim poet from Andalusia is known for his collection of poems “Divan of Ibn Hazm”?
a) Ibn Hazm
b) Al-Farabi
c) Saadi
d) Hafez

Answer
a) Ibn Hazm

Who wrote the famous epic poem “Shahnama” or “The Book of Kings”?
a) Ferdowsi
b) Ibn Battuta
c) Ibn Khaldun
d) Al-Ma’arri

Answer
a) Ferdowsi

Which Muslim poet is known for his mystical poetry and wrote “The Secret Rose Garden” (Gulshan-i Raz)?
a) Rumi
b) Al-Ghazali
c) Attar of Nishapur
d) Ibn Rushd

Answer
c) Attar of Nishapur

Which Muslim poet’s works include “The Canticle of the Birds” and “The Gift”?
a) Al-Farabi
b) Rumi
c) Ibn Khaldun
d) Saadi

Answer
b) Rumi

Who is known for his poetry collection “Divan-e-Hafez,” which is celebrated for its Sufi themes?
a) Al-Ghazali
b) Hafez
c) Ibn Arabi
d) Ibn Hazm

Answer
b) Hafez

Which Muslim philosopher and poet is famous for his work “The Incoherence of the Philosophers” (Tahafut al-Falasifah)?
a) Al-Farabi
b) Avicenna (Ibn Sina)
c) Al-Razi (Rhazes)
d) Al-Ma’arri

Answer
a) Al-Farabi

Who is the author of the epic poem “Iskandarnama,” which tells the story of Alexander the Great?
a) Rumi
b) Ibn Battuta
c) Nizami Ganjavi
d) Al-Mutanabbi

Answer
c) Nizami Ganjavi

Which Muslim poet from Spain is celebrated for his collection “Diwan Abu al-Hasan Ali ibn al-Husayn ibn Abdallah ibn Sinaan al-Tanukhi”?
a) Ibn Hazm
b) Al-Farabi
c) Al-Razi (Rhazes)
d) Al-Ma’arri

Answer
a) Ibn Hazm

Who is known for the famous poem “The Conference of Animals” (Majalis al-Nufus)?
a) Rumi
b) Attar of Nishapur
c) Al-Ghazali
d) Al-Mutanabbi

Answer
b) Attar of Nishapur

Which Muslim poet is celebrated for his “Diwan” and is known for his ghazals, often expressing love and mysticism?
a) Mirza Ghalib
b) Ibn Arabi
c) Saadi
d) Khalil Gibran

Answer
a) Mirza Ghalib

Who wrote “The Book of Misers” (Kitab al-Bukhala) and is known for his witty anecdotes and satirical style?
a) Al-Ma’arri
b) Ibn Khaldun
c) Ibn Battuta
d) Al-Jahiz

Answer
d) Al-Jahiz

Which Muslim poet from Persia is celebrated for his collection “Divan-e-Kabir”?
a) Rumi
b) Hafez
c) Ibn Rushd
d) Al-Ghazali

Answer
b) Hafez

Who is the author of “The Book of Healing” (Kitab al-Shifa) and “The Incoherence of the Incoherence” (Tahafut al-Tahafut)?
a) Avicenna (Ibn Sina)
b) Al-Farabi
c) Al-Razi (Rhazes)
d) Al-Ma’arri

Answer
a) Avicenna (Ibn Sina)

Which Muslim poet is known for his epic poem “The Story of Layla and Majnun”?
a) Rumi
b) Nizami Ganjavi
c) Al-Mutanabbi
d) Saadi

Answer
b) Nizami Ganjavi

Who authored the philosophical work “The Incoherence of the Philosophers” (Tahafut al-Falasifah)?
a) Al-Farabi
b) Avicenna (Ibn Sina)
c) Al-Razi (Rhazes)
d) Al-Ghazali

Answer
d) Al-Ghazali

Which Muslim poet is known for his collection “Diwan al-Hallaj” and is famous for his Sufi poetry?
a) Ibn Hazm
b) Al-Farabi
c) Al-Razi (Rhazes)
d) Al-Hallaj

Answer
d) Al-Hallaj

Who authored the influential Arabic literary work “The Book of Songs” (Kitab al-Aghani)?
a) Al-Jahiz
b) Ibn Khaldun
c) Ibn Battuta
d) Al-Ma’arri

Answer
a) Al-Jahiz

Which Muslim poet is known for his collection “Divan-e-Kabir” and is considered one of the greatest mystic poets of all time?
a) Rumi
b) Hafez
c) Ibn Rushd
d) Al-Ghazali

Answer
b) Hafez

Who is the author of the famous Persian epic “The Book of Kings” (Shahnama)?
a) Ferdowsi
b) Ibn Battuta
c) Ibn Khaldun
d) Al-Ma’arri

Answer
a) Ferdowsi

Which Muslim poet is celebrated for his collection “Diwan al-Hamasa” and is known for his panegyric poetry?
a) Ibn Khaldun
b) Abu Tammam
c) Khalil Gibran
d) Allama Iqbal

Answer
b) Abu Tammam

Who is known for his philosophical works like “The Incoherence of the Philosophers” and “The Incoherence of the Incoherence”?
a) Al-Farabi
b) Avicenna (Ibn Sina)
c) Al-Razi (Rhazes)
d) Al-Ma’arri

Answer
a) Al-Farabi

Which Muslim poet is celebrated for his “Rubaiyat” (quatrains) and philosophical poetry?
a) Rumi
b) Omar Khayyam
c) Ibn Battuta
d) Ibn Rushd

Answer
b) Omar Khayyam

Who is known for his Sufi poetry and wrote “The Secret Rose Garden” (Gulshan-i Raz)?
a) Rumi
b) Al-Ghazali
c) Attar of Nishapur
d) Ibn Rushd

Answer
c) Attar of Nishapur

Who authored the collection of Sufi poetry known as “Mathnawi” or “Masnavi-ye-Ma’navi”?
a) Al-Mutanabbi
b) Rumi
c) Al-Ghazali
d) Ibn al-Arabi

Answer
b) Rumi

Which Muslim poet is celebrated for his “Diwan” and is known for his ghazals, often expressing love and mysticism?
a) Mirza Ghalib
b) Ibn Arabi
c) Saadi
d) Khalil Gibran

Answer
a) Mirza Ghalib

Who wrote “The Book of Misers” (Kitab al-Bukhala) and is known for his witty anecdotes and satirical style?
a) Al-Ma’arri
b) Ibn Khaldun
c) Ibn Battuta
d) Al-Jahiz

Answer
d) Al-Jahiz

Which Muslim poet from Spain is celebrated for his collection “Diwan Abu al-Hasan Ali ibn al-Husayn ibn Abdallah ibn Sinaan al-Tanukhi”?
a) Ibn Hazm
b) Al-Farabi
c) Al-Razi (Rhazes)
d) Al-Ma’arri

Answer
a) Ibn Hazm

Who is known for the famous poem “The Conference of Animals” (Majalis al-Nufus)?
a) Rumi
b) Attar of Nishapur
c) Al-Ghazali
d) Al-Mutanabbi

Answer
b) Attar of Nishapur

Which Muslim poet is celebrated for his collection “Divan-e-Hafez,” which is celebrated for its Sufi themes?
a) Al-Ghazali
b) Hafez
c) Ibn Arabi
d) Ibn Hazm

Answer
b) Hafez

Who authored the philosophical work “The Incoherence of the Philosophers” (Tahafut al-Falasifah)?
a) Al-Farabi
b) Avicenna (Ibn Sina)
c) Al-Razi (Rhazes)
d) Al-Ghazali

Answer
d) Al-Ghazali

Who is the author of “The Book of Misers” (Kitab al-Bukhala) and is known for his witty anecdotes and satirical style?
a) Al-Ma’arri
b) Ibn Khaldun
c) Ibn Battuta
d) Al-Jahiz

Answer
d) Al-Jahiz

Which Muslim poet from Persia is celebrated for his collection “Divan-e-Kabir”?
a) Rumi
b) Hafez
c) Ibn Rushd
d) Al-Ghazali

Answer
b) Hafez

Who is the author of the famous Persian epic “The Book of Kings” (Shahnama)?
a) Ferdowsi
b) Ibn Battuta
c) Ibn Khaldun
d) Al-Ma’arri

Answer
a) Ferdowsi

Which Muslim poet is celebrated for his collection “Diwan al-Hamasa” and is known for his panegyric poetry?
a) Ibn Khaldun
b) Abu Tammam
c) Khalil Gibran
d) Allama Iqbal

Answer
b) Abu Tammam

Who is known for his philosophical works like “The Incoherence of the Philosophers” and “The Incoherence of the Incoherence”?
a) Al-Farabi
b) Avicenna (Ibn Sina)
c) Al-Razi (Rhazes)
d) Al-Ma’arri

Answer
a) Al-Farabi

Which Muslim poet is celebrated for his “Rubaiyat” (quatrains) and philosophical poetry?
a) Rumi
b) Omar Khayyam
c) Ibn Battuta
d) Ibn Rushd

Answer
b) Omar Khayyam

Who is known for his Sufi poetry and wrote “The Secret Rose Garden” (Gulshan-i Raz)?
a) Rumi
b) Al-Ghazali
c) Attar of Nishapur
d) Ibn Rushd

Answer
c) Attar of Nishapur

Who authored the collection of Sufi poetry known as “Mathnawi” or “Masnavi-ye-Ma’navi”?
a) Al-Mutanabbi
b) Rumi
c) Al-Ghazali
d) Ibn al-Arabi

Answer
b) Rumi

Which Muslim poet is celebrated for his “Diwan” and is known for his ghazals, often expressing love and mysticism?
a) Mirza Ghalib
b) Ibn Arabi
c) Saadi
d) Khalil Gibran

Answer
a) Mirza Ghalib

Who wrote “The Book of Misers” (Kitab al-Bukhala) and is known for his witty anecdotes and satirical style?
a) Al-Ma’arri
b) Ibn Khaldun
c) Ibn Battuta
d) Al-Jahiz

Answer
d) Al-Jahiz

Which Muslim poet from Spain is celebrated for his collection “Diwan Abu al-Hasan Ali ibn al-Husayn ibn Abdallah ibn Sinaan al-Tanukhi”?
a) Ibn Hazm
b) Al-Farabi
c) Al-Razi (Rhazes)
d) Al-Ma’arri

Answer
a) Ibn Hazm

Who is known for the famous poem “The Conference of Animals” (Majalis al-Nufus)?
a) Rumi
b) Attar of Nishapur
c) Al-Ghazali
d) Al-Mutanabbi

Answer
b) Attar of Nishapur

Which Muslim poet is celebrated for his collection “Divan-e-Hafez,” which is celebrated for its Sufi themes?
a) Al-Ghazali
b) Hafez
c) Ibn Arabi
d) Ibn Hazm

Answer
b) Hafez

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