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Chittoor district: Quiz


Question 1: [2] Mango and tamarind groves surround the city of Chittoor, and ________ are raised in the district.
DeerCattleWater BuffaloWild boar

Question 2: [5] They are Chandragiri, ________, Kuppam, Madanapalle, Nagari, Palamaner, Pileru, Punganur, Puthalapattu, Satyavedu, Srikalahasti, Thamballapalle, Tirupati and Gangadhara Nellore.

Question 3: On average the district receives 438.0 mm of rainfall through the South West Monsoon (From June to September) and 396.0 mm from North East ________ (From October to December).
South AsiaAsiaMonsoonIndia

Question 4: The district is bounded by Anantapur District to the northwest, Cuddapah District to the north, Nellore District to the northeast, Krishnagiri District, Vellore District and Tiruvallur District of Tamil Nadu state to the south, and Kolar District of ________ state to the west.

Question 5: Chittoor District was formed on 1 April 1911, dividing the then ________, Nellore and North Arcot districts as a result of recommendations of Pataskar Commission.
Hyderabad, IndiaKadapa districtKadapaAnantapur, Andhra Pradesh

Question 6: It is also home to Nutrine Confectionaries, a major ________, Granite industries and mango pulp manufacturer in India.
Cocoa beanTheobroma cacaoHot chocolateChocolate

Question 7: Its industries include ________ and rice milling.
Olive oilCooking oilButterVegetable fats and oils

Question 8: The temperature in the western parts of the district like ________, Horsley Hills, Chembakur are relatively lower than the eastern parts of the Chittoor District.
MadanapallePuttur, Andhra PradeshMahbubnagarNagari, Andhra Pradesh

Question 9: info) (Telugu: చిత్తూరు జిల్లా), also known as Chittur, is a town and district of India's ________ state.
Andhra PradeshMaharashtraHyderabad, IndiaTelangana

Question 10: Chittoor district is famous for the Tirupati, Kanipakam and ________ temples.
Nagari, Andhra PradeshSrikalahastiNalgondaAdilabad


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