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Geography of India: Quiz

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Question 1:
What region does Geography of India belong to?

Question 2: [41][43] It is the fifth-largest producer of bauxite and crude steel, the seventh-largest of ________ and the eighth-largest of aluminium.
ZincTitaniumManganeseChromium

Question 3: [6] ________ in Sikkim at 8,598 m (28,209 ft) is the highest point within India's current geographic boundaries.
DhaulagiriMount EverestK2Kangchenjunga

Question 4: There are four ________ in India, located in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Gulf of Mannar, Lakshadweep and Gulf of Kutch.
Salt marshCoral reefEstuaryTide pool

Question 5: The western end of the range lies in eastern Gujarat, near its border with Madhya Pradesh, and runs east and north, almost meeting the Ganges at ________.
ChunarVaranasiMirzapurUttar Pradesh

Question 6: The temperature in the coastal regions exceeds 30 °C (86 °F) coupled with high levels of ________.
Precipitation (meteorology)WindWater vaporHumidity

Question 7: [17] The northern end of the range continues as isolated hills and rocky ridges into Haryana, ending near ________.
Chandni ChowkNew DelhiMumbaiDelhi

Question 8: The range joins two of the ancient segments that make up the Indian craton, the ________ segment to the northwest of the range, and the Bundelkhand segment to the southeast.
RajasthanRajputThar DesertMarwar

Question 9: Its western borders with ________ lie in the Punjab Plain and the Thar desert.
CyprusPakistanMaldivesPhilippines

Question 10: The Indo-Gangetic plains, also known as the Great Plains are large floodplains of the Indus and the Ganga-________ river systems.
Damodar RiverBrahmaputra RiverKoshi RiverGanges Delta







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