#1. Who was the first Prime Minister of India? ? as well as a central figure in Indian politics both before and after independence.
#2. Which state is known as the ‘fruit bowl’ of India?
Himachal Pradesh cover the india’s area 1.7% ,it is the 18th state in Terms of Country. A number of princely hilly states were integrated into a single unit to be administered by the Government of India. Himachal Pradesh came into being as a state of the India Union on April 15, 1948, by integrating 31 big and small hill states of the region. In 1956, it was converted into a Union Territory. Subsequently, some more hill areas of the Punjab state were added to this Union Territory and it was made into a full-fledged state, the status that it continues to have now.
#3. How many legs does a spider have? ? Insects have three pairs.
Myth: You can always tell a spider because it has eight legs. Fact: Not exactly. Scorpions, harvestmen, ticks, and in fact all arachnids—not just spiders—have four pairs of legs (see illustrations). Insects have three pairs.
#4. Who is the famous Indian Cricketer ?
Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar (born 24 April 1973) is a former international cricketer from India and a former captain of the Indian national team. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest batsmen in the history of cricket.
#5. Who is popularly known as the “Iron Man of India”?
#6. What is the sound made by a duck?
#7. The national currency of India is
#8. The young one of a kangaroo is
Kangaroos are often colloquially referred to as “roos”. Male kangaroos are called bucks, boomers, jacks, or old men; females are does, flyers, or jills; and the young ones are joeys.
#9. What is the sound made by a horse?
#10. The young one of Elephant is
#11. Which river is infamous as the ‘Sorrow of Bengal”?
Damodar River was earlier known as the “River of Sorrows” as it used to flood many areas of Bardhaman, Hooghly, Howrah and Medinipur districts. Even now the floods sometimes affect the lower Damodar Valley, but the havoc it wreaked in earlier years is now a matter of history. The floods were virtually an annual ritual.
#12. is celebrated as the birth of Jesus Christ
#13. Which is the harvest festival in Assam?
Rongali or Bohag Bihu comes in April, Kongali or Kati Bihu is observed in October while Bhogali or Magh Bihu is celebrated in January
#14. Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of
#15. Which is the national sport of India?
Since 1928, when India played hockey in Olympics in Amsterdam under the Union Jack, it has been the country’s national game.
#16. What does the heart pump?
What does your heart do? The purpose of your heart is to pump blood to the organs and tissues of your body that need the oxygen and nutrients it carries. Oxygen-rich blood is pumped out of the left side of your heart (shown on the right in the diagram) into the arteries to these tissues and organs.
#17. The longest river in India
The Ganges (2525 km) is the longest river in India.
#18. Which is the national fruit of India?
#19. How many spokes does the wheel in Indian Flag have?
The chakra, which features in the middle of the tricolour, has twenty-four spokes. It was adopted on July 22, 1947. 5. The wheel is called the Ashoka Chakra because it appears on a number of edicts of Ashoka, the most prominent among which is the Lion Capital of Ashoka.
#20. Who is the first citizen of India?
The president is referred to as the first citizen of India. Although vested with these powers by the Constitution of India, the position is largely a ceremonial one and executive powers are de facto exercised by the prime minister.
#21. Where does a pig live?
A sty or pigsty is a small-scale outdoor enclosure for raising domestic pigs as livestock. It is sometimes referred to as a hog pen, hog parlor, pigpen, pig parlor, or pig-cote, although pig pen may refer to pens confining pigs that are kept as pets as well. Pigsties are generally fenced areas of bare dirt and/or mud.