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Indian Geography Questions [Part -1]

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Indian Geography Questions Answers

  1. Which is the largest west flowing river in India?

Ans: Narmada

  1. Rainfall from the southwest monsoon occurs between _____?

Ans: June & September

  1. Which months are the season of retreating monsoon?

Ans: October & November

  1. Which is the most important type soil in India?

Ans: Alluvial Soil

  1. Which river line island on the river Brahmaputra is the largest in the South East Asia?

Ans: Majuli

  1. Which lake in Manipur is famous for its floating islands?

Ans: Loktak

  1. Which state is known as ‘the Land of Legends’?

Ans: Gujarat

  1. Which is the southern most point in India?

Ans: Indira Point

  1. _____ is considered as the northern most point of India?

Ans: Indira Col

  1. With which country India shares maximum land border?

Ans: Bangladesh

  1. Geographically, which mountain range seperates northern India from southern India?

Ans: The Vindhya

  1. Which is the only tidal port in India?

Ans: Kandla

  1. Which part of India are the coniferous forests found?

Ans: The Himalayas

  1. Which type of soil is also known as ‘regur soil’?

Ans: Black soil

  1. Which type of soils are famous for ‘self ploughing’?

Ans: Black soil

  1. The presence of which metal gives color to the red soil?

Ans: Iron oxide

  1. Which type of soil is developed in areas with high temperature & high rainfall?

Ans: Laterite soil

  1. Which mountain ranges of India run parallel to the Bay of Bengal?

Ans: Eastern Ghats

  1. Which mountain ranges are parallel to the Arabian Sea?

Ans: Western Ghats

  1. In which Indian river is the islands of Sivasamudram & Srirangam are Situated?

Ans: Kaveri

  1. In which Indian state is the mountain ranges of Vindhya & Satpura are situated?

Ans: Madhya Pradesh

  1. Who publishes the topographic maps of India?

Ans: The Survey of India

  1. Which country is known as ‘Junior America’?

Ans: Canada

  1. Which country has the longest coastline in the world?

Ans: Canada

  1. Which countries are seperated by the Medicine Line?

Ans: Canada, USA

  1. In which mountain range is the peak Godwin Austin situated?

Ans: Karakoram Range

  1. What is the usual shape of the dealtas?

Ans: Triangular

  1. The days when the Sun shines vertically on the equator is called ____?

Ans: Equinoxes

  1. Which is the biggest circle drawn on the globe?

Ans: Equator

  1. The Ozone Belt is situated at levels between _____ Kms above atmosphere?

Ans: 20-40 Kms.

  1. In which ocean is the notorious Ring of Fire situated?

Ans: Pacific Ocean

  1. What does a Beaufort Scale measure?

Ans: Different Wind Strengths

  1. Monsoon winds are the example for _____ type of winds?

Ans: Seasonal Winds

  1. Which kind of wind is Roaring Forties, Furious Fifties and Shrieking Sixties?

Ans: Westerly Winds

  1. Which type of clouds are implicated in the formation of ozone holes?

Ans: Nacreous Clouds

  1. Land breeze and Sea breeze are examples of _____?

Ans: Local Winds

  1. Which type of winds are found in the tropics towards the Earth’s equator?

Ans: Tradewinds

  1. What are the prevailing winds in the middle latitudes between 35 & 65 degree latitudes?

Ans: Westerlies

  1. The Sea breeze flows from _____ to _____?

Ans: Sea to land

  1. Which local wind has the nick-name of ‘the Snow eater’?

Ans: Chinook

  1. The tornadoes are associated with which type of clouds?

Ans: Cumulonimbus

  1. Which instrument is used to ‘measure atmospheric humidity?

Ans: Hygrometer

  1. A line that indicates equal or constant pressure on a map is called ____?

Ans: Isobar

  1. A line that connects points on a map that have the same temperature is ______?

Ans: Isotherm

  1. The Greater Barrier Reefs are the part of which country?

Ans: Australia 

  1. The Grand Canyon is on the river _____?

Ans: Colorado River (USA)

  1. Fathom is the unit used to measure _____?

Ans: Sea depth

  1. ‘Slack Water’ is the phenomenon associated with _____?

Ans: Tides  

  1. What is the unit used to measure the speed of the ships?

Ans: Knot

  1. What is the interval between two tides?

Ans: 12 hours and 25 minutes

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