General knowledge can impart interest in young minds by opening them to a new world of knowledge. General Knowledge covers a wide range of subjects including plants, animals, astronomy, places, etc, and events from the past, present, and what is likely to happen in the future.
#1. Which organ purifies our blood?
#2. The animal with a hump on its back is _?
#3. Who wrote ‘Ramayana’?
#4. Which is the largest desert in India?
While the largest desert in India is the Thar Desert, it covers almost the entire state of Rajasthan making it a formidable area to explore. If you are not one of the desert heat, visit the cold deserts of India in the northern Himalayan district of Ladakh.
#5. The brain of a computer is _.
#6. What is the full form of RAM?
#7. When is Teacher’s Day celebrated?
#8. The fastest animal on earth is?
#9. Which is the tallest statue in the world?
The Statue of Unity is the tallest statue in the world. This statue is 182 meters tall and was completed within a span of 34 months and was unveiled on Patel’s birth anniversary in 2018. The statue is one of the dear projects of Prime Minister Modi.
#10. Young one of the horses is called?
#11. How many sides are there in a pentagon?
#12. A place where bees are kept is called _.
#13. How many days does earth take to revolve around the sun?
#14. How many bones are there in a newborn baby?
#15. Who is the father of our Nation?
#16. Which is the smallest state in India?
#17. Which is the tallest animal in the world?
#18. Who wrote ‘Discovery of India’?
#19. Martyrs’ Day is celebrated every year on _.
Martyrs day is celebrated on 30th of January every year as on the same day, Mahatma Gandhi (Bapu) was assassinated in the year 1948 before the sunset during the evening prayers. He was a great freedom fighter of the India and counted as the greatest amongst the lakhs and lakhs of martyrs.