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Mountains and Mountain Ranges in India

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27 Nov 2021   

The mountains of India play an important role in forming the ecosystem of the country. The magical mountains of India, denoted as the abodes of th...

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Lakes - brief Details, types, and state-wise list of major lakes in India

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12 Dec 2021   

Any relatively large body of slowly, moving or standing water that occupies an inland basin of appreciable size is called a Lake. India is known f...

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National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries In India

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28 Nov 2021   

National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries are protected natuaral habitats, declared by the government of a country according to the regulations from t...

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List of Gardens in India

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21 Dec 2021   

In India, there were so many beautiful Gardens to visit. Even these gardens are visited by a large number of local and foreign tourists every day.&nbs...

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Different types of Dams and a List of Major Dams in India 

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22 Dec 2021   

A Dam is a barrieer that stops the flow of water and results in the creation of a reservoir. They are used to increase the amount of water a...

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Rainfall Distribution in India

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11 Jan 2022   

Rainfall in India is highly unequal over a period of time in a year. The Western coasts and North East India recieve rainfall of over 400 cm. It i...

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Q.1 The Barak Valley of Assam is famous for the cultivation of which crops?

  • Tamil Nadu
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Karnataka
  • Kerala


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Q.2 Which of the following Indian State is largest producer of Rubber?

  • Tamil Nadu
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Karnataka
  • Kerala


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Q.3 Which of the following Plantation crop produces in India are produced in excess of its demand?

  • Tea
  • Foodgrains
  • Petroleum
  • Rubber


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Q.4 Which of the following state is not known for the production of cardamom?

  • Kerala
  • Karnataka
  • Odisha
  • Tamil Nadu


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Q.5 Which of the following Indian state is popularly known as 'Garden of Spices'?

  • Karnataka
  • Kerala
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Tamil Nadu


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Q.6 The Green Gold revolution is related to the ________.

  • Coffee
  • Gold
  • Bamboo
  • Tea


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Q.7 The tea plantation requires rainfall of______.

  • 50-150 cm
  • 200-400 cm
  • 250-300 cm
  • 150-250 cm


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Q.8 The Ganga delta region is suitable for Jute cultivation due to the rich fertile _______ and favorable temperature and rainfall.

  • Alluvium Soil
  • Black Soil
  • Red Soil
  • Laterite Soil


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Q.1 Which of the following is the smallest island in the Nicobar group of Islands?

  • Middle Andaman
  • Ross Island
  • Great Nicobar
  • Pulomilo Island


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Q.2 The extreme southernmost point of India, Pygmalion point is located in which of the following Islands?

  • Arabian Sea Island
  • Bay of Bengal Islands
  • Offshore Islands
  • None of the above


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Q.3 Which of the following is the biggest island in the Nicobar group of Islands?

  • Middle Andaman
  • Ross Island
  • Great Nicobar
  • Pulomilo Island


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Q.4 Which of the following is the biggest island in the Andaman group of Islands?

  • Middle Andaman
  • Ross Island
  • Saddle Peak
  • Pulomilo Island


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Q.5 Which of the following states of India has the longest Coastline?

  • Maharashtra
  • Gujarat
  • Arunachal Pradesh
  • Kerala


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Q.6 How many Coastal States are there in India?

  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 12


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Q.7 How many Coastal Union Territories of India?

  • 2
  • 4
  • 3
  • 5


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Q.8 What is the Length of Coastline of mainland in India?

  • 1000 Km
  • 6000 Km
  • 6100 Km
  • 4200 Km


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Q.9 Which of the following coastal plain is formed by the alluvial deposits of the Sabarmati, Mahi and numerous tiny streams?

  • Gujarat Coastal Plain
  • West Coastal Plain
  • Karnataka Coastal Plain
  • East Coastal Plain


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