•  There is a green house. Inside the green house there's a white house. Inside the white house there's a red house. Inside the red house there are a lots of babies. What is it?
•  I am a 10 letters word. The first four suggest power. You eat my 5, 6, 7 and 8. My 8, 9 and 10 represent a female a. I can also fly. What am I?
•  As tall as a tree; As small as a bug; As fast as an eagle; And as slow as a slug. Many times in front or behind; But never on top and always aligned. What is it?
•  Who makes it, has no need of it. Who buys it, has no use for it. Who uses it can neither see nor feel it. What is it?
•  A couple went for a Picnic. They have 5 sons and each son have 7 sisters and each sister have 3 babies. In total, how many people went for the picnic?
•  There are seven thieves. They steal diamonds from a diamond merchant and run away in jungle. While running, night sets in and they decide to rest in the jungle. When everybody's sleeping, two of the best friends get up and decide to distribute the diamonds among themselves and run away. So they start distributing but find that one diamond was extra. So they decide to wake up 3rd one and divide the diamonds again... only to their surprise, they still find one diamond extra. So they decide to wake up the fourth one. And again one diamond is spare. 5th woken up... still one extra. 6th still one extra. Now they wake up 7th and diamonds are distributed equally. How many minimum number of diamonds did they steal?
•  I am a word of five letters. People eat me. If you remove my 1st letter it will be a form of crime. If you remove my first 2 letters I am a type of animal. If you remove my first and the last letter I form music.
•  Two fathers and two sons go on a fishing trip. They each catch a fish and bring it home. Why do they only bring 3 home?
•  A shop sells Eclairs chocolates @ ₹ 1 each. One can exchange 3 wrappers for 1 Eclair. If a person has ₹ 75, how many Eclairs shall he get?
•  The Smith family is a very wealthy family that lives in a big, circular home. One morning, Mr. Smith woke up and saw a strawberry jam stain on his new carpet. He figured out that everyone who was there that morning had a jam sandwich. By reading the following excuses, figure out who spilled the jam. Billy Smith: I was outside playing basketball. The Maid: I was dusting the corners of the house. Chef: I was starting to make lunch for later. Who is lying?