Top 100 Indian Geography GK Questions

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Top 100 Indian Geography GK Questions

Indian Geography General Knowledge is an important part of General Knowledge and Geography General Knowledge questions are important from the point of view of competitive exams. Indian Geography GK Questions and Answers are asked in Competitive Exams, Geography General Knowledge contains questions of natural and geographical nature related to planet Earth only with maximum study and good practice students can get full marks in GK section. But only a few selected Geography GK Questions and Answers are included in the competitive exams.

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Therefore, I am sharing the Top 100 Indian Geography GK Questions, these are frequently repeated in the Indian Geography section within the exam. If you would like to solve Indian Geography GK Questions without taking much time, start practising of given questions now.

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Indian Geography GK Questions  

  Q :  

Where is Silicon Valley located?

(A) California

(B) Scotland

(C) Swiss Alps

(D) New England


Correct Answer : A
Explanation :

Silicon Valley is a global center of technological innovation located in the South San Francisco Bay Area of California. The area was named after the primary material found in computer microprocessors. Silicon Valley is home to dozens of major technology, software, and internet companies.


Q :  

Which of the following countries has the world's largest uranium reserves?

(A) Australia

(B) U. S. A.

(C) Russian Federation

(D) Canada


Correct Answer : D
Explanation :

Australia is considered to have the largest reserves of recoverable uranium in the world. However, Kazakhstan and Canada produce more uranium than Australia.


Q :  

Which one of the following countries is credited with setting up Uranium City?

(A) Russia

(B) Canada

(C) Australia

(D) None of these


Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

Kazakhstan produces the largest share of uranium from mines (42% of the world supply from mines in 2019), followed by Canada (13%) and Australia (12%). 

Over two-thirds of the world's production of uranium from mines is from Kazakhstan, Canada, and Australia. 

An increasing amount of uranium, now over 50%, is produced by in situ leachings.


Q :  

Consider the following statements (A) and (B) and choose the correct option.

(A) Agricultural activity is concentrated in those regions of the world where suitable factors for the growing of crops exist.

(B) Wool, dairy and poultry products are considered output of agricultural system

(A) Only (A) is true

(B) Only (B) is true

(C) Both (A) and (B) are true.

(D) Neither (A) nor (B) is true.


Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

(A) Agricultural activity is concentrated in those regions of the world where suitable factors for the growing of crops exist. (B) Wool, dairy and poultry products are considered output of agricultural system. Both (A) and (B) are true.


Q :  

Which of the following terms is NOT associated with rivers?

(A) Meander

(B) Horst

(C) Distributary

(D) Waterfall


Correct Answer : A
Explanation :

The correct answer is Horst The land between two parallel faults rising to form is termed a Block Mountain or Horst. The land between two parallel faults subsiding into a depression is termed as a Graben or Rift Valley. The Rhine Valley, the Vosges mountain in Europe and Vindhyas and Satpura are examples of Block mountain systems. East African Rift, Baikal Rift Valley (Russia), and Rhine Rift Valley (Germany) are examples of Rift Valley.


Q :  

Which of these countries is located separately from India due to the narrow sea waterway formed by Palk Strait and Gulf of Mannar?

(A) Bangladesh

(B) Myanmar

(C) Sri Lanka

(D) Pakistan


Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

1. Palk Strait is a strait between the Indian state of Tamil Nadu and the Mannar district of the Northern Province of Sri Lanka.

2. This strait connects the Bay of Bengal to the Palk Bay in the north-east and then to the Gulf of Mannar in the south-west.

3. The strait that separates India and Sri Lanka is the Palak Strait.


Q :  

When is "International Tiger Day" celebrated every year?

(A) 30 July

(B) 31 July

(C) 29 July

(D) 15 July


Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

1. International Tiger Day is celebrated every year on 29 July.

2. This day is also called Global Tiger Day.

3. This day is celebrated every year to raise awareness about tiger conservation.


Q :  

On which date 'International Tiger Day' is celebrated every year?

(A) 25th July

(B) July 27

(C) 29th July

(D) 30th July


Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

1. International Tiger Day is celebrated every year on 29 July.

2. This day is also called Global Tiger Day.

3. This day is celebrated every year to raise awareness about tiger conservation.


Q :  

Which one of the following districts is not in the three districts of the Chambal division of Madhya Pradesh state?

(A) Bhind

(B) Chhindwara

(C) Ratlam

(D) Morena


Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

1. Chambal River is a major river flowing in Central India. This river mainly flows in Madhya Pradesh, but some of it also flows in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Chambal River is a tributary of the Yamuna River.

2. Chambal River originates from Janapav mountain in the Gwalior district of Madhya Pradesh. This river flows northwards and passes through the Chittorgarh, Dholpur and Sawai Madhopur districts of Rajasthan. After this, the river flows through the Dhar, Ujjain, Ratlam, Mandsaur, Bhind and Morena districts of Madhya Pradesh. Finally, this river joins the Yamuna River in the Etawah district of Uttar Pradesh.


Q :  

Which is the nearest planet to the Sun?

(A) Earth

(B) Mercury

(C) Mars

(D) Venus


Correct Answer : B
Explanation :
Mercury is the closest planet to the sun and also the smallest planet in the solar system. The small and cratered planet does not have any moons and zips around the sun faster than any other planet in the solar system, hence why the Romans named it after their swift-footed messenger god.



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