Indian Geography Quiz

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Which sea is situated in the western side of India?
A) Indian Ocean
B) Arabian Sea
C) Bay of Bengal
D) Atlantic Ocean
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New Delhi is situated on the banks of which river?
A) Yamuna
B) Ganges
C) Mahanadi
D) Tapti
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India lies in which hemisphere?
A) North and East Hemisphere
B) North and West Hemisphere
C) South and East Hemisphere
D) South and West Hemisphere
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Which Indian state has the longest international border?
A) Gujarat
B) West Bengal
C) Rajasthan
D) Bihar
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Indian Standard Time (IST) is the time corresponding to which longitude position?
A) 68.5° E
B) 68.5° W
C) 82.5° W
D) 82.5° E
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The international border between India & Pakistan is known as which line?
A) Radcliffe Line
B) Mannerheim Line
C) McMahon Line
D) Line of Control
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Which wildlife sanctuary is home to Asiatic Lions?
A) Corbett Sanctuary
B) Kaziranga National Park
C) Gir Forest and Wildlife Sanctuary
D) Bandipur National Park
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Which Indian state has the border with maximum number of countries?
A) Arunachal Pradesh
B) West Bengal
C) Uttar Pradesh
D) Mizoram
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Asia's first oil well was dig at which city of India?
A) Ankleshwar
B) Bombay High
C) Digboi
D) Cambay
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What is the longitudinal extent of India?
A) 8°4' S to 37°6' S
B) 8°4' N to 37°6' N
C) 68°7' E and 97°25' E
D) 68°7' W and 97°25' W
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Which of the following city is known as City of Lakes?
A) Srinagar
B) Udaipur
C) Nainital
D) All of Above
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Taj Mahal is situated on the banks of which river?
A) Chambal
B) Mahanadi
C) Yamuna
D) Gomti
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Which city is the capital of Tamil Nadu?
A) Madurai
B) Chennai
C) Coimbatore
D) Tiruchirappalli
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Indian Geography Quiz - Part 3
Indian Independence Quiz
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