Solving riddles, puzzles, and brain teasers helps you to exercise your mind. Not only does solving these challenges help to improve your cognitive skills but it is also entertaining. These riddles come into different forms like Funny Riddles, Logic Riddles, or Lateral thinking riddles.
Here are some of the riddles that will twist and sharpen your mind.

Let's dive into these mind-bending challenges:

I) Divide 30 by half and add 10. What do you get?

This riddle might seem straightforward at first, but it's a classic example of how a simple calculation can lead to a surprising outcome.

II) I am in the Market but not in the shops. I am in the Stars but not in the sky. I am in Hat but not in Cap. What am I?

Sometimes, riddles play with language and its nuances, inviting you to think beyond the literal meanings of words.

III) Two women started their new business of super glue. They wanted to name their business something amazing because all businesses of a similar type have super glue in their name. After a few months, their business was a big success. So, what did they name their new business?

Creativity often shines in riddle solutions. This one showcases the power of wordplay and imagination.

IV) A farmer had 17 sheep. All but 9 died. How many sheep were left?

Sometimes, riddles might seem mathematical but end up testing our attention to detail.

V) Which sentence is correct: "Four times two is seven" or "Two times four is seven"?

This riddle challenges basic arithmetic and understanding of multiplication.

VI) Take 2 apples from 3 apples. What do you have?

It's fascinating how simple math can twist our expectations in riddles.

VII) Think of a word ending with "date." Two are 'mandate' and 'candidate'. There are three words in 'the English language'. What is the third word?

This riddle tricks by playing with the interpretation of the phrase 'the English language.'

VIII) Name an invention that enables a person to look right through a wall?

This riddle showcases how thinking outside the box leads to surprising answers.

IX) Mr. John has 5 daughters. Each of his daughters has one brother. How many children does Mr. John have?

This riddle plays with assumptions about familial relationships.

X) What is next in this Sequence? OTTFFSSE?

XI) What can you hold in your right hand but never in your left hand?

XII) What is it a child can make that no one can ever see?

XIII) Some months have 30 days, some months have 31 days; how many have 28?