GK in Hindi Class 6

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GK Trivia for Students

Gandhi Solar Park is located at

(a) New York

(b) Vladivostok

(c) Thimphu

(d) Houston

Option a - New York

The Kyaik Htee Yoe pagoda is located in

(a) Nepal

(b) Myanmar

(c) Bhutan

(d) Sri Lanka

Option b - Myanmar

World's first camel hospital is located in which city?

(a) Tehran

(b) Jaipur

(c) Bikaner

(d) Dubai

Option d - Dubai

Which of the following pairs is not correctly matched?

(a) Mancestor of Italy - Milan

(b) Mancestor of China - Shanghai

(c) Mancestor of Japan - Nagoya

(d) Empire City - New York

Option c - Mancestor of Japan - Nagoya

Which one of the following pairs of countries with new names and old names are correctly matched?

(a) Kingdom of Eswatini - Swaziland

(b) Malawi - Rhodesia

(c) Botswana - Nyasaland

(d) Zimbabwe - Ceylon

Option a - Kingdom of Eswatini - Swaziland

Identify the city. I. The city of lakes and Venice of the East. II. It was declared as the world's best in a poll by Travel and Leisure city magazine. Codes

(a) Jaipur

(b) Udaipur

(c) Amritsar

(d) Ahmedabad

Option b - Udaipur

Which of the following about Gulbarga is true? I. It was the capital of the Bahmani Kingdom. II. Its fort is a remarkable building with 15 towers. III. A large mosque built on the model of mosques of Cordoba in Spain. Codes

(a) I and II

(b) II and III

(c) I, II, and III

(d) None of these

Option c - I, II, and III

Find the place based on the information furnished below. I. This place is formally known as Diamond mine. II. It is situated near Hyderabad. III. It is the capital of Qutub Shahi Sultans. Select the correct answer using the codes given below.

(a) Golconda Fort

(b) Fort St George

(c) Bekal Fort

(d) None of the above

Option a - Golconda Fort

Which of the following city is known as an 'Empire city'?

(a) Rome

(b) Vienna

(c) New York

(d) Washington DC

Option c - New York

Among the following cities, which city is known as the 'Queen of Adriatic'?

(a) Venice

(b) Rome

(c) Belgrade

(d) Tuirin

Option a - Venice

'Formosa' was the old name of which country?

(a) Hong Kong

(b) South Korea

(c) Indonesia

(d) Taiwan

Option d - Taiwan

In which country was a lost city dating more than 7,000 years back unearthed in November 2016?

(a) Israel

(b) Palestine

(c) Egypt

(d) Syria

Option c - Egypt

Which one of the following cities was named by UNESCO as the World Capital of Architecture for 2020?

(a) Tokyo

(b) Johannesburg

(c) Rio-de-Janeiro

(d) New Delhi

Option c - Rio-de-Janeiro

One of the following is called the 'Crossroads to Pacific'.

(a) Hawaii

(b) Ellice

(c) Tonga

(d) Fiji

Option a - Hawaii

………. the world's highest polo ground, is located in Pakistan.

(a) Kasur

(b) Attock

(c) Shandur

(d) Okara

Option c - Shandur

Which of the following was previously known as 'the Lady Willingdon Park'?

(a) Buddha Jayanti Park

(b) Mughal Gardens

(c) Deer Park

(d) Lodhi Gardens

Option d - Lodhi Gardens

Which of the following pairs is wrong?

(a) Jaitpur - Maharashtra

(b) Kudankulam - Tamil Nadu

(c) Haripur - Paschim Banga

(d) Chhayamithi - Kerala Virdhi

Option d - Chhayamithi - Kerala Virdhi

In a particular region in India, the local people train the roots of living trees into robust bridges across the streams. As time passes, these bridges become stronger. These unique 'living root bridges are found in

(a) Meghalaya

(b) Himachal Pradesh

(c) Jharkhand

(d) Tamil Nadu

Option a - Meghalaya

Consider the following description of the Samadhi of a former Prime Minister of India. Central Samadhi Platform comprises nine square black polished granite solid stone blocks, capped with a 'Diya' in the center. The number nine holds significance and represents the Navarasas, Navaratras, and Navagrahas. The placement of the Nine-Square Samadhi is in a circular lotus-shaped pattern. The Nine-Square platform is accessed in four cardinal directions by pathways made of white composite tiles so that the floor does not get heated. Identify the Samadhi.

(a) Shakti Sthal

(b) Shantivan

(c) Sadaiv Atal

(d) Veer Bhumi

Option c - Sadaiv Atal

Identify the port. I. It is a popular mountain resort. II. Nestling in the Western Ghats. III. It is the main gateway for the trade of North-West India. Codes

(a) Trombay

(b) Kandla

(c) Cochin

(d) Mangaluru

Option d - Mangaluru

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