Q.14 Vasant Panchami in many parts of India is celebrated as the onset of spring and is rooted to the mythological incidence of the God Kamadev (equivalent to Cupid) being burnt by Lord Shiva. And then Rati, Kamdev's wife did a penance for 40 days. And at the end of this Kamdev was brought back to life.
How was this celebrated?
Holi, which comes 40 days after Vasant Panchami. These two are the spring festival in Indian calendar. Vasant Panchami is now majorly celebrated as Saraswati Puja in most of East India and is considered local Valentine's day specially in Bengal. Incidentally it occurs very close to 14th Feb each year
Q.15 This gangster's nickname was "Scarface" and was responsible for killing 7 members of the rival gang of Bugs Moran by shooting them against the wall. This Chicago incidence is termed as "Valentine's Day Massacre".
Q.17 He is called "Poor man's Shah Jahan" or "Mountain Man" as he built something in memory of his wife Phalgooni Devi, that took 22 years. Who or what are we talking about?
Dashrath Manjhi who carved a road through a mountain almost single-handedly with just hammer and chisel, reducing the commute to the town hospital from 55 km to 15 km. His wife Phalgooni Devi died while being taken to the hospital. The movie "Manjhi, The Mountain Man" is his biopic
Q.18 Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah, a prince, while passing through a village by the side of Musi river, saw a beautiful girl named Bhagmati and fell in love with her. Going against all odds married Bhagmati, a commoner and a Hindu. Later he built an entire city around Bhagmati's village.