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Indian Geography: Quick Test of Your Knowledge

India is a country of excellent geographical extent. Its size is so huge that it is typically called a sub-continent. It is located in between the snowy heights of the Himalayas as well as the Indian Sea. The Ocean cleanses the property for thousands of kilometers from Bengal to Ketch.

The country stretches on all sides making up the considerable northern plains, the Thar desert in the west, separated hills in the east, uneven stage area, the early hillsides, coastal plains in the south as well as the snow-capped mountains in the north. It acquires a variety of sunshine from the exotic sun as well as rainfall from the monsoons. The nations that form the Indian sub-continent today are Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan as well as Bangladesh.Indian_geography_quiz

India, Pakistan and Bangladesh are republics; Nepal and Bhutan are kingdoms. Separated by the ocean from the main land are a variety of Indian islands– the Andaman and the Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal and the Lakshadweep Islands in the Arabian Ocean.

Countries having a common perimeter with India are Afghanistan, Pakistan to the north-west, China as well as Nepal to the north, Myanmar, Bangladesh to the east. The closest nearby resident in the south across the seas is Sri Lanka which is separated from India by the slim Palk Strait.

Indian Geography: Quick Test of Your Knowledge

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Question 1
These are examples of Block Mountains in India 
A
Garo and Khasi
B
Aravallis and Nilgiris
C
Vindhyas and Satpuras
D
Western and Eastern Ghats
Question 2
Damodar and Tapi are examples of 
A
rift valleys
B
block mountains
C
volcanic mountain
D
longitudinal valleys
Question 3
Western Disturbances are 
A
anticyclones
B
temperate cyclones
C
tropical cyclones
D
tornados
Question 4
The source of winter rainfall in Tamil Nadu is 
A
temperate cyclones
B
north-east monsoons
C
south-west monsoons
D
westerlies
Question 5
The hot dry dusty wind blowing in summer in the Northern Plains of India is 
A
loo
B
kalbaishaki
C
mango showers
D
October heat
Question 6
The two main types of alluvial soils in India are 
A
bhangar and terai
B
khadar and bhangar
C
bhabar and terai
D
none of these
Question 7
Leached soils of India are 
A
laterite soils
B
alluvial soils
C
black soils
D
red soils
Question 8
Magnetite, haematite, limonite and siderite are ores of 
A
iron
B
mica
C
manganese
D
coal
Question 9
The largest off-shore oilfield in India is 
A
Bassein basin
B
Godavari basin
C
Mumbai high
D
Digboi oilfield
Question 10
The union territory with the highest density of population is 
A
NCT of Delhi
B
Pondicherry
C
Andman and Nicobar Islands
D
Daman and Diu
Question 10 Explanation: 
Delhi NCT is having highest population density as per 2011 Census which comes at 11297 per Sq.Kms whereas Andaman Nicobar is lowest with 46 per sq.Km. Please note that the lowest density state is Arunachal Pradesh with 17 persons per sq Km
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