Which Roman god gave his name to this month?
Justitia the Roman god gave his name to January month. January is named after the Roman god Janus. January (in Latin, Ianuarius) is named after Janus, the god of beginnings and transitions in Roman mythology.
The winter months (January and February) remained a time of reflection, peace, new beginnings, and purification. After Caesar’s death, the month Quintilis was renamed July in honor of Julius Caesar in 44 BC and, later, Sextilis was renamed August in honor of Roman Emperor Augustus in 8 BC.
Q1. Which film won the Best Film Award At Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival 2021?
Answer 1: Jungle Cry
Q2. The Indian Army recently launched the first Green Solar Energy harnessing plant in which state?
Answer 2: Sikkim
Q3. UNESCO World Press Freedom Prize is named after which brave Colombian journalist?
Answer 3: Guillermo Cano
Q4. Because they wear striped shirts, what are the officials in this sport known as?
Answer 4: Zebras
Q5. Which Roman god gave his name to this month?
Answer 5: Justitia