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Tourism in Karnataka: Quiz

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Question 1: there are Kuknur, Itagi, ________, Lakkundi, Dambal, Haveri, Kaginele, Bankapura.
LakshmeshwarAnnigeriGadag-BetigeriSudi

Question 2: Navilateertha, near Saundatti, ________
Western Chalukya architectureNorth KarnatakaBagalkot districtBelgaum district

Question 3: Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, near to Hubli-Dharwad (70 km), Uttara Kannada: spread over 834.16 km2, it is the second largest wildlife sanctuary in Karnataka and is contiguous with the Mahaveer sanctuary in ________.
MumbaiGoaMangaloreDaman and Diu

Question 4: Kannada empires that ruled the ________ had their capitals here.
Deccan PlateauWestern GhatsEastern GhatsHimalayas

Question 5: Lakkundi in ________ has a large Brahma Jinalaya of Chalukya style, built by a noble lady, Attimabbe.
SudiNorth KarnatakaGadag-BetigeriGadag district

Question 6: There are around 140 temples including examples of early ________, Rashtrakuta and later Chalukya dynasties from the 6th to 12th century.
Chalukya dynastyWestern Chalukya EmpireRashtrakuta DynastyWestern Ganga Dynasty

Question 7: It has the Mahabaleswar Temple with the 'Atmalinga' dedicated to ________.
HinduismGaneshaShivaVishnu

Question 8: Apart from scenic treks, bird watching, boating and waterfalls, these areas are also close to major ________ producing areas in the state, making a trip all the more interesting.
CoffeehouseCaffeineHistory of coffeeCoffee

Question 9: Someshwara temple at Lakshmeshwara, ________.
Western Chalukya architectureBelgaum districtNorth KarnatakaBagalkot district

Question 10: Aihole has been called the cradle of ________[5] and has over 125 temples and monuments built between 450 and 1100 CE.
Iranian architectureArchitecture of IndiaChinese architecturePakistani architecture







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