### #1 - Popular Liar Truth Riddle

Suarez is a strange liar.

He lies on six days of the week, but on the seventh day he always tells the truth.

He made the following statements on three successive days:

Day 1: "I lie on Monday and Tuesday."
Day 2: "Today, it"s Thursday, Saturday, or Sunday."
Day 3: "I lie on Wednesday and Friday."

On which day does Suarez tell the truth?

Tuesday

We know that Suarez tells the truth on only a single day of the week. If the statement on day 1 is untrue, this means that he tells the truth on Monday or Tuesday. If the statement on day 3 is untrue, this means that he tells the truth on Wednesday or Friday. Since Suarez tells the truth on only one day, these statements cannot both be untrue. So, exactly one of these statements must be true, and the statement on day 2 must be untrue.
Assume that the statement on day 1 is true. Then the statement on day 3 must be untrue, from which follows that Suarez tells the truth on Wednesday or Friday. So, day 1 is a Wednesday or a Friday. Therefore, day 2 is a Thursday or a Saturday. However, this would imply that the statement on day 2 is true, which is impossible. From this we can conclude that the statement on day 1 must be untrue.

This means that Suarez told the truth on day 3 and that this day is a Monday or a Tuesday. So day 2 is a Sunday or a Monday. Because the statement on day 2 must be untrue, we can conclude that day 2 is a Monday.

So day 3 is a Tuesday. Therefore, the day on which Suarez tells the truth is Tuesday.

### #2 - No Uninvited Guest Puzzle

Queen Elizabeth organized a royal party.

To Avoid uninvited guest royal family set a password.
Wayne (an uninvited person) plan to enter the party. He stand nearby the door.

First guest comes, the security person said 'twelve' and guest replied with six.
Second guest comes , the security person said 'six' and guest replied with 'three'.

Wayne thought is enough and he walked to the entry point. The security person said 'eight' , Wayne replied smilingly 'four'.
He was immediately thrown out of the party.

why ?

'five'

password is not half , rather the sum of digit.

### #3 - Missing Letter Sequence Puzzle

Can you find the missing letter in the sequence ?
S - T - I - L - ? - T - F - Y - C

These are letter of the question asked in reverse order.

### #4 - Cross The Desert Logical Riddle

Mr. Rawat wishes to cross a the Sahara desert.
It requires 6 days to cross.
One man can only carry enough food and water for 4 days.

What is the fewest number of other men required to help carry enough food for Mr. Rawat to cross ?

2men

Say 2 helpers are A & B
A food B food Rawat's Food
End of Day 1 : 1 4 4

End of Day 2 : N/A 2 4

Now Mr. Rawat have 4 day food :-)

### #5 - Tricky Funny Riddle

Manish is the son of Harish.
So,
Harish is the_____of Manish's father ?

Name

### #6 - Identify The Word Puzzle

The first two letters of an English word refer to a man, the first three refer to a woman, the first four to a great man and the whole word to a great woman. What is the word?

Heroine

### #7 - Maths Equation Operator Puzzle

I know there are two methods by using three time the same number with an plus(+) operator , you can make sum as 60.

One of them is 20+20+20.

whats the other way ?

The Other way is 55+5

### #8 - King Gift Puzzle

King Charles want to send the diamond ring to his girlfriend securely.He got multiple locks and their corresponding keys.His girl friend does not have any keys to these locks and if he send the key without a lock , the key can be copied in the way.How can charles send the ring to his girl friend securely .

charles put the ring into the box, secure it with one of your locks, and send the box to the girl firend.
She should then attach one of his own locks and return it. When you receive it again, remove your lock and send it back with her lock. Now she can unlock his own lock and retrieve the object.

### #9 - Missing Number In the Sequence Puzzle

Find The Missing Number In the Sequence ?
6 25 64 ? 32 1

6 (6^1)
25 (5^2)
64 (4^3)
81 (3^4)
32 (2^5)
1 (1^6)

### #10 - Hour Glass Puzzle

I have two sand hour glasses:
1. A 7 minute one and
2. An 11 minute one.

Using just these 2 sand hour glasses, how can i measure time as 15 minutes ?

1. Start both the 7 minute hour glass & 11 minute hour glass.
2. Wait till the 7 minute hour glass times out. Time is 7 minute!
3. Restart the 7 minute hour glass. At this time 11 minute hour glass will have 4 minutes left to time out.
4. As soon as 11 minute glass times out invert the 7 minute hour glass. Total time now is 11 minutes.
5. After inverting 7 minute hour glass, it will now have 4 minutes left for time out.
6. After these 4 minutes times out, the total time is 15 minutes.