100 Easy General Knowledge Questions and Answers

100 Easy General Knowledge Questions and Answers

100 Easy General Knowledge Questions and Answers

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General Knowledge Questions and Answers

Q1. The first foreigner to invite India was?

A1. Prasenajit.

Q2. Which language was used in the literature of the Sangam period?

A2. Tamil.

Q3. Lord Buddha was born in?

A3. Lumbini.

Q4. Buddhist historian Taranath belonged to?

A4. Tibet.

Q5. Which is considered the Magna Carta of the Indian people?

A5. Queen Victoria’s Proclamation.

Q6. What newspaper was started by Annie Besant?

A6. New India

Q7. Who was the real founder of the Aligarh Muslim University?

A7. Syed Ahmad Khan

Q8. Who was the alter ego of Tipu Sultan during the Treaty of Seringapatam?

A8. Lord Dalhousie.

Q9. Who was the first Indian to crack the British Indian Civil Services Examination for the first time in Indian History?

A9. Satyendranath Tagore.

Q10. Who was the Viceroy when the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre took place?

A10. Chelmsford

Q11. Champaran and Kheda Satyagrahas were led by?

A11. Mahatma Gandhi

Q12. Which book is written by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru?

A12. Outline of History.

Q13. Which reformer was associated with Prarthana Samaj?

A13. Atmaram Pandurang.

Q14. Who was the leader who made the famous ‘Objectives Resolution’, in the Constituent Assembly?

A14. Nawab Salimullah.

Q15. Who was the leader who headed the interim Government of 1946?

A15. Jawaharlal Nehru.

General Knowledge Questions

Q16. Who called Muazzam as Shah-i-Bekhabar?

A16. Kafi Khan.

Q17. Which Mughal Ruler’s gave permission for collecting Chauth and Sardesh Mukhi on Maratha land to Peshwa Balaji Vishwanath? 

A17. Farrukhsiyar

Q18. Who was Nur Jahan’s son-in-law?

A18. Shahryar

Q19. What is the main purpose of Brahmo Samaj?

A19. Purify Hinduism and to preach monotheism.

Q20. What are the legislative contributions of Raja Rammohan Roy?

A20. Abolition of sati.

 General Knowledge Questions on History 

Q21. Which committee and act are associated with the Sedition Act?

A21. Rowlatt Committee.

Q22. Which leader had given the term ‘insensate waste’ on the burning of foreign clothes during the Non-Cooperation Movement?

A22. Rabindranath Tagore.

Q23. When was the non-cooperation movement started by M.K Gandhi?

A23. Jallianwala Bagh Massacre.

Q24. Which event was the reason for the withdrawn of the non-cooperation movement?

A24. Gandhi’s Imprisonment

Q25. What was the Rigvedic name of the river Ravi?

A25. Parushni.

General Knowledge Questions on Geography

Q1. Which is the capital of India?

A1. New Delhi.

Q2. Which is also called the Southernmost Himalayas?

A2. Siwaliks.

Q3. What is another name for Sahyadris?

A3. The Western Ghats.

Q4. Where does Palk Strait Lie?

A4. India and Sri Lanka.

Q5. Which is the popular name for the Indian islands on the Arabian Sea?

A5. Lakshadweep Islands.

Q6. Which is the oldest mountain range in India?

A6. Aravali Mountains.

Q7. What is the landmass which is surrounded by water in three sides known as?

A7. Peninsula.

Q8. What is a naturally formed, a narrow, waterway connecting two large water bodies known as?

A8. Strait.

Q9. What does ‘Archipelago’ mean?

A9. A group of islands.

Q10. What is the name of the pass between Kailash and Manasarovar?

A10. Mana Pass.

 more General Knowledge Questions 

Q11. Which pass links Srinagar to Leh?

A11. Zoji La Pass.

Q12. What is the imaginary line that divides India into almost two parts known as?

A12. Tropic of cancer.

Q13. Where is Lake Loktak situated?

A13. Manipur.

Q14. Which place receives the highest rainfall in the world?

A14. Mawsynram.

Q15. What is the local name given to the summer winds in the northern plains?

A15. Loo.

Q16. Where does the Narmada river originate from?

A16. Amarkantak

General Knowledge Questions

Q17. The western coastal strip, just south of Goa is known as?

A17. Kannad.

Q18. Which is the highest peak in the Eastern Ghats?

A18. Mahendragiri.

Q19. Which place never gets the vertical rays of the Sun?

A19. Srinagar.

Q20. Which countries are separated by the Radcliffe Line?

A20. India and Pakistan

Q21. Which countries are separated by the Durand Line?

A21. Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Q22. Where is India’s permanent research station Dakshin Gangotri located?

A22. Antarctica.

Q23. Where is Duncan Pass located?

A23. South and Little Andaman.

Q24. Which cities are called ‘The twin cities’?

A24. Hyderabad and Secunderabad.

Q25. Which state is called the ‘sugar bowl’ of India?

A25. Uttar Pradesh.

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Static General Knowledge Questions for Kids

Q1. Who is known as the Father of the Nation?

A1. Mahatma Gandhi.

Q2. Which is the highest dam in India?

A2. Tehri Dam.

Q3. Which is the longest dam in India?

A3. Hirakud Dam

Q4. Which is the oldest dam in India?

A4. Kallanai Dam

Q5. Which is the national tree of India?

A5. Banyan tree.

Q6. Which is the national bird of India?

A6. Peacock.

Q7. Which is the smallest state in India?

A7. Goa.

Q8. How many cricket world cups has India won?

A8. Two world cups.

Q9. Which is the national animal of India?

A9. Tiger.

Q10. Who wrote the national anthem of India?

A10. Rabindranath Tagore.

Q11. What is the capital of Uttarakhand?

A11. Dehradun.

Q12. When is India’s independence day?

A12. 15th August.

Q13. Who is known as the Father of the Indian Constitution?

A13. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.

Q14. What is Gir National Park in Gujrat famous for?

A14. Lion.

Q15. Where is Gateway of India located?

A15. Mumbai.

Q16. Which is the highest waterfall in India?

A16. Kunchikal falls.

Q17. Which is the national fruit of India?

A17. Mango.

Q18. Which is the national flower of India?

A18. Lotus.

Q19. The national river of India?

A19. Ganga.

Q20. Which is the longest bridge in India?

A20. Dhola Sadiya bridge.

Q21. Which is the highest peak in India?

A21. Mount Everest.

Q22. The second highest peak in India?

A22. Mount K2.

Q23. What is the folk dance of Andhra Pradesh called?

A23. Kuchipudi.

Q24. Which is the largest state of India?

A24. Rajasthan.

Q25. What is the capital of Mizoram called?

A25. Aizawl.

Q1. Who is the Prime Minister of India (as of 2021)?

A1. Narendra Modi.

Q2. Who is the President of India (as of 2021)?

A2. Ram Nath Kovind.

Q3. Who is the Vice President of India (as of 2021)?

A3. M. Venkaiah Naidu.

Q4. Who is the Finance Minister of India (as of 2021)?

A4. Nirmala Sitharaman

Q5. Who is the Foreign Minister of India (as of 2021)?

A5. Shri Harsh Vardhan Shringla.

Q6. Who is India’s Home Minister (as of 2021)?

A6. Amit Shah.

Q7. Who is the Minister of Defence (as of 2021)?

A7. Shri Rajnath Singh.

Q8. Who is the Minister of Education (as of 2021)?

A8. Ramesh Pokhriyal.

1. India is a federal union comprising twenty-eight states and how many union territories?

A. 6

B. 7

C. 8

D. 9

Ans: C

Explanation: Presently, India comprises 28 States and 8 Union Territories. India is a democratic country and came into being on 15 August 1947, upon gaining independence. 

2. Which of the following is the capital of Arunachal Pradesh?

A. Itanagar

B. Dispur

C. Imphal

D. Panaji

Ans: A

Explanation: Itanagar is the capital of Arunachal Pradesh and is named after Ita fort which means fort od bricks, build around 14 century AD. 

3. What are the major languages spoken in Andhra Pradesh?

A. Odia and Telugu

B. Telugu and Urdu

C. Telugu and Kannada

D. All of the above languages

Ans: B

Explanation: Major languages spoken in Andhra Pradesh are Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, Banjara, and English followed by Tamil, Kannada, Marathi, and Odia.

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4. What is the state flower of Haryana?

A. Lotus

B. Rhododendron

C. Golden Shower

D. Not declared

Ans: A

Explanation: Lotus or Water Lily is the state flower of Haryana. It is an aquatic plant with broad floating green leaves and bright fragrant flowers that grow only in shallow waters.

5. Which of the following states is not located in the North?

A. Jharkhand

B. Jammu and Kashmir

C. Himachal Pradesh

D. Haryana

Ans: A

Explanation: Jharkhand state is not located in the North. It is located in the northeastern part of the country. It is bordered by the states of Bihar to the north, West Bengal to the east, Odisha to the south, Chhattisgarh to the west, and Uttar Pradesh to the northwest. The capital of Jharkhand is Ranchi.

6. In which of the following state, the main language is Khasi?

A. Mizoram

B. Nagaland

C. Meghalaya

D. Tripura

Ans: C

Explanation: Khasi language is primarily spoken in Meghalaya state in India by the Khasi people. It is also spoken by some of the population in Assam and Bangladesh.

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7. Which is the largest coffee-producing state of India?

A. Kerala

B. Tamil Nadu

C. Karnataka

D. Arunachal Pradesh

Ans: C

Explanation: Karnataka is the largest Coffee-producing state of India with 70.5% and is followed by Kerala, and Tamil Nadu.

8. Which state has the largest area?

A. Maharashtra

B. Madhya Pradesh

C. Uttar Pradesh

D. Rajasthan

Ans: D

Explanation: In terms of area, Rajasthan is the largest state in India which covers 342,239 sq km and as per Census 2011, the total population of the state is about 68548437. 

9. Which state has the largest population?

A. Uttar Pradesh

B. Maharastra

C. Bihar

D. Andra Pradesh

Ans: A

Explanation: Uttar Pradesh state has the largest population of more than 166 million. It is followed by Maharashtra and Bihar.

10. In what state is Elephant Falls located?

A. Mizoram

B. Orissa

C. Manipur

D. Meghalaya

Ans: D

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