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Question 1: The Malabar Coast features a number of historic port cities, notably Kozhikode (Calicut), Cochin, and Kannur, that have served as centers of the ________ trade for centuries.
Arabian SeaPacific OceanIndian OceanAtlantic Ocean

Question 2: The coast runs from south of Goa to ________ on India's southern tip.
KanyakumariKolachalKanyakumari districtNagercoil

Question 3: It is flanked by the ________ on the west and the Western Ghats on the east.
Arabian SeaLaccadive SeaPalk StraitIndian Ocean

Question 4: The area is predominantly ________ but the majority of Kerala's Muslim population known as Mappila also live in this area, as well as a sizable ancient Christian population.
VaishnavismHinduRamaHinduism

Question 5: At the conclusion of the Anglo-Mysore wars, the region was organized into a district of ________.
Madras PresidencyChennaiChennai CentralChennai Egmore

Question 6: It included the northern half of the state of ________ and some coastal regions of present day Karnataka.
MalayaliThiruvananthapuramKeralaKochi, India

Question 7: It became part of the ________ Vijayanagara empire in the 15th century.
RamaHinduismHinduVaishnavism

Question 8: The Malabar region lies along the southwest coast of the Indian peninsula and forms the northern part of present-day ________ state.
KeralaThiruvananthapuramKochi, IndiaMalayali

Question 9: The name is thought to be derived from the ________ word Mala (Hill) and Puram (region) derived or westernised into bar.
Punjabi languageSanskritDravidian languagesMalayalam

Question 10: The British district included the present-day districts of ________, Kozhikode, Wayanad, Malappuram, much of Palakkad and a small portion of Thrissur.
ThalasseryKodungallurKochi, IndiaKannur







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