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Question No (1) ‘Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna’ was the chief minister of which Indian state from 8 November 1973 to 29 November 1975?
Answer: Uttar Pradesh.
Question No (2) ‘Vasuki Tal’ is a high alltitude lake located in which state of India?
Answer: Answer: Uttarakhand.
Question No (3) Who was the ‘Minister of Home Affairs of India’ from 24 January 1979 to 28 July 1979?
Answer: Hirubhai Mulljibhai Patel.
Question No (4) Indian independence movement is spanned from which year?
Answer: 1857 to 1947.
Question No (5) The new ‘Parliament House of India’ is being constructed at where?
Answer: New Delhi.
Question No (6) Which Cave in India have old paintings and rock-cut sculptures those are surviving examples of ancient Indian art?
Answer: Ajanta Caves in Aurangabad District of Maharashtra.
Question No (7) UNESCO World Heritage Site ‘Brihadeeswarar Temple’ was built by Chola rulers in the period of?
Answer: 1003-1010 AD.
Question No (8) The term “Raisina Hill” was coined following acquisition of land from 300 families from local villages under which act?
Answer: 1894 Land Acquisition Act.
Question No (9) Brahmaputra River is the classic example of which type river?
Answer: Braided river.
Question No (10) 10th Prime Minister of India ‘Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee’ admitted to the Anglo-Vernacular Middle (AVM) School in which year?
Question No (11) How many members of the Constituent Assembly were the signatories on 26 November 1949 for adopting the constitution of India in the country?
Question No (12) Hindu temple ‘Airavatesvara Temple’ built by ‘Rajaraja Chola II’ in the 12th century in which Indian system of architecture?
Answer: Dravidian Architecture.
Question No (13) ‘Vijayanagara Empire’ was established by Harihara I and Bukka Raya I in 1336. They belongs to which Dynasty?
Answer: Sangama Dynasty.
Question No (14) Ancient Indian king ‘Porus’ region was spanned between which rivers of Punjab region. His ‘Battle of the Hydaspes’ was fought with whom in 326 BCE?
Answer: Alexander the Great.
Question No (15) ‘Battle of Talikota’ was fought between Hindu raja of Vijayanagar and the four allied Muslim sultans of Bijapur, Bidar, Ahmadnagar, and Golconda on which date?
Answer: January 23, 1565 in southeast of Bijapur.
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This post last updated on : October 1st, 2021