Republic Day Quiz

In the year 2022, we are celebrating 73rd Republic Day of India. India got independence on 15 August 1947, after almost 200 years long British rule and became Dominion of India. Almost two and a half years after independence, India got its own constitution and became 'Republic of India' on 26 January 1950.
As part of the Republic Day celebrations, quiz programs are organized in many schools and colleges in which you will be asked questions about Indian constitution, Republic Day and Indian Independence Movement. If you are a school or college student and looking for a Republic Day Quiz, then this web page is for you. Let's start the Republic Day Quiz 2022.

Who will be the Chief Guest during the Republic Day 2022 celebrations at New Delhi?
A) Central Asian Leaders
B) ASEAN Leaders
C) Benjamin Netanyahu
D) No Chief Guest
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This year (2022), who will raise the flag during the national level Republic Day function in New Delhi?
A) Narendra Modi
B) Pranab Mukherjee
C) Ram Nath Kovind
D) Rajnath Singh
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Which of the following rights was described as heart and soul of the constitution by Dr. Ambedkar?
A) Right to freedom
B) Right to constitutional remedies
C) Right to freedom of religion
D) Right to equality
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Which ceremony marks the end of the Republic Day celebrations in New Delhi?
A) Flypast by Indian Air Force
B) Republic Day Parade
C) President's Address to the Nation
D) Beating the Retreat
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There is a blue wheel at the center of the national flag. What does it represent?
A) Wheel of revolution
B) Wheel of law
C) Wheel of purity and religion
D) Wheel of progress
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The Constitution Day or Samvidhan Diwas is celebrated on which date?
A) 26 November
B) 26 January
C) 15 August
D) 23 March
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Which of the following songs is the national anthem of India?
A) Rangde Basanti Chola
B) Saare Jahan Se Acha
C) Jana Gana Mana
D) Vande Mataram
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When did The Constituion of India came into effect?
A) 26 November 1949
B) 26 January 1950
C) 26 January 1947
D) 26 January 1949
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The words 'socialist secular' were added to the Preamble of the constitution by which amendment?
A) 76th Amendment
B) 44th Amendment
C) 1st Amendment
D) 42nd Amendment
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According to States Reorganization Act 1956, how many states and union territories (UTs) were created?
A) 9 States, 7 UTs
B) 11 States, 9 UTs
C) 14 States, 5 UTs
D) 29 States, 7 UTs
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Who wrote the famous book 'India Wins Freedom'?
A) Jawaharlal Nehru
B) Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
C) Bipan Chandra
D) Sekhar Bandyopadhyay
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When was Indian Independence Act 1947 given royal assent?
A) 3 June 1947
B) 18 July 1947
C) 15 August 1947
D) 2 March 1947
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In which year the First Round Table Conference was held?
A) 1927
B) 1930
C) 1933
D) 1938
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'Vande Mataram' was first sung during which session of Indian National Congress?
A) 1896
B) 1920
C) 1911
D) 1931
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Which of the following leaders is known as the "Iron Man of India"?
A) Baldev Singh
B) Bhagat Singh
C) Lal Bahadur Shastri
D) Vallabhbhai Patel
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Who is considered as the main architect of the constitution of India?
A) Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar
B) Mahatma Gandhi
C) Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru
D) Sachidananda Sinha
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Who was the first President of India and when did he bacame the President?
A) Mahatma Gandhi, 1947
B) Mahatma Gandhi, 1950
C) Rajendra Prasad, 1947
D) Rajendra Prasad, 1950
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Which of the following Indian freedom fighters killed a british officer in Britain?
A) Bhagat Singh
B) Chandra Shekhar Azad
C) Udham Singh
D) Lala Har Dayal
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Who was the first President of India and when did he bacame the President?
A) Mahatma Gandhi, 1947
B) Mahatma Gandhi, 1950
C) Rajendra Prasad, 1947
D) Rajendra Prasad, 1950
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On Republic Day, How many gun salutes are accorded to the President of India?
A) 31
B) 21
C) 17
D) 11
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