North India: Quiz

Question 1: ________ predominate in North India.
SanskritIndo-Aryan languagesHindustani languageHindi

Question 2: The region receives rain and snow precipitation through two primary weather patterns: the Indian ________ and the Western Disturbances.
South AsiaAsiaSoutheast AsiaMonsoon

Question 3: [31] The states of Jammu and Kashmir, ________ and Uttarakhand receive sustained snowfall in winter months.
West BengalShimlaShimla districtHimachal Pradesh

Question 4: The ________, which divides the temperate zone from the tropical zone in the Northern Hemisphere of the planet, runs through India, and could theoretically be regarded as a geographical diving line in the country.
Circle of latitude20th parallel northTropic of Cancer25th parallel north

Question 5: [63][64] The Eastern Himalayan region consists of oaks, laurels, maples, rhododendrons, ________, birch and dwarf willows.
Alnus rubraAlderAlnus glutinosaAlnus viridis

Question 6: [10] The Vindhyas also find mention in the narrative of Rishi ________ as a dividing feature between North and South India.
AtriDurvasaVyasaAgastya

Question 7: The major political parties are Indian National Congress, ________, Janata Dal, Bahujan Samaj Party, Samajwadi Party and the Shiromani Akali Dal.
All India Forward BlocBharatiya Janata Yuva MorchaShiv SenaBharatiya Janata Party

Question 8: The world renowned Indian Institute of Technology and Indian Institute of Management, have campuses in several cities of North India such as ________, Kanpur,Varanasi Lucknow, Indore, and Ahmadabad.
Chandni ChowkDelhiMumbaiNew Delhi

Question 9: [58] The Western Himalayan region abounds in chir, pine, deodar (Himalayan cedar), blue pine, spruce, various firs, ________ and junipers.
AlderBirchBetula pendulaOak

Question 10: North India (________: उत्तर भारत, Uttar Bhārat; Urdu: شمالی ھندوستان, Shumālī Hindustān) is a loosely defined region in the northern part of India.
Malayalam scriptGujarati scriptDevanagariBrāhmī script

Source: The Full Wiki (http://quiz.thefullwiki.org/North_India)