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All India Examination Question & Answer Part III

         SOME EASY GENERAL KNOWLEDGE FOR                                                     EXAMINATION

Indian general knowledge, often referred to as '' Indian GK'', encompasses a wide range of information about the country of India. Here are some GK for who prepared for upcoming examination...

                                         General knowledge for All India Examination

1. Name of the river bank on which Taj Mahal is situated ?

Ans: Yamuna

2. Who was the first Indian Governor General of Independent India ?

Ans: C. Rajagopalachari

3. Where was Mahatma Gandhi born ?

Ans: Porbandar

4. Which one of the below state's Pincode starts with 2 ?

Ans: Uttar Pradesh

5. Who build the Great Stupa at Sanchi ?

Ans: Ashoka

6. What is the retirement age of the Chief Justice of India ?

Ans: 65 years

7. Which is the highest peak in South India ?

Ans: Anamudi

8. When is National Voter's Day celebrated in India ?

Ans: 25 January

9. Where is Tehri Dam Situated ?

Ans: Uttarakhand

10. Who was the first Guru of the Sikhs ?

Ans: Guru Nanak

11. Silent Valley National Park is situated in which state ?

Ans: Kerala

12. Which state in India shares a boundary with only one Indian state ?

Ans: Sikkim

13. Which state is not landlocked ?

Ans: Andhra Pradesh

14. How many times India has won the Cricket world cup ?

Ans: Two times

15. Which state is known as the Spice Garden of India ?

Ans: Kerala

16. What is the name of the national aquatic animal of India ?

Ans: River Dolphin

17. Which is the largest bank of India ?

Ans: State Bank Of India

18. Which place is called the pink City of India ?

Ans: Jaipur

19. Kolkata is situated on the bank of which river ?

Ans: Hooghly

20. How many players are there in a basketball team ?

Ans: Five

21. Which blood group is universal donor ?

Ans: O

22.  The disease scurvy  is caused by the deficiency of which vitamin ?

Ans: Vitamin C

23. Who is popularly known as Punjab Kesari ?

Ans: Lala Lajpat Rai

24. Which of the animal gives us wool ?

Ans: Sheep

25. Who said ' You give me blood, I will give you Freedom' ?

Ans: Subash Chandra Bose

26. Milkha Singh is associated with which of the following sports ?

Ans: Athletics

27. Who is known as the Iron Man of India ?

Ans: Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

28. When is Teacher's Day celebrated ?

Ans: 5th September

29. Which bird lays its eggs in a crow's nest ?

Ans: Koel

30. In which city is the Gateway of India located ?

Ans: Mumbai

31. Which  city is known as the ' City of Temples Of India ?

Ans: Bhubaneswar

32. What is the number of Zodiacs ?

Ans: 12

33. Which Date is India likely to experience the Shortest Day ?

Ans: December 22

34. Who built the Gateway of India ?

Ans: George Wittet

35. Which is the holy book of the Sikh religion ?

Ans: Guru Granth Sahib

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