[TOP] GK Quiz on Physical Features & Climate of India with Answers

These GK Quiz on Physical Features & Climate of India are the most important part of the geography section of your upcoming examination. The physical features of India include deserts, plains, plateaus, mountains, and so on. The northern part is full of snow-capped mountains and the southern part has a large number of hills. The northern plains are very fertile, while the rest of the country has extreme climate.

The physical features of India are varied. The northern and north-eastern parts of India are mountainous, while the western and southern parts of India are mainly flat plains. The Himalayan mountain ranges run from east to west in the northern part of India while the Deccan Plateau lies in the southern part of India.

All four major rivers of India originate from these mountain ranges. They are Ganga, Yamuna, Brahmaputra and Indus. The peninsular plateau regions are drained by rivers like Godavari, Krishna and Kaveri.

GK Quiz on Physical Features & Climate of India

1. Consider the following statement (s) is/are related to the factors that influence ocean currents

I. Rotation of the Earth,

II. Air pressure and wind.

III. Ocean water density.

IV. Revolution of the Earth.

Which of the above statement(s) is/are correct?

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2. Which of the following place has never got the vertical rays of the Sun?

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3. Consider the following statement (s) related to the Western Himalayas

I. Lie to the west of 80 degree East longitude between the Indus and Kali river

II. Vegetation consists mainly of alpine and coniferous forests

Which of the above statement(s) is/are correct?

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4. Which of the following countries are divided by the Radcliffe Line?

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5. Which of the following countries are divided by the Durand Line?

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6. Where is India's permanent research station Dakshin Gangotri?

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7. Which of the following Indian state touches the boundaries of the maximum number of other States?

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8. Consider the following statement (s) related to the Eastern Himalayas

I. Lie to the east of 88 degree east longitude between the Tista and the Brahmaputra River

II. Large tracks are covered with dense evergreen forests

Which of the above statement(s) is/are correct?

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9. Where is the Duncan Pass located?

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10. Which of the following cities are called the twin cities?

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11. Which State is called the sugar bowl of India?

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12. Which of the following countries are divided by McMohan line?

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13. Which is the highest dam in India?

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14. Which of the following coast where is the Gulf of Mannar is located?

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15. Consider the following statements regarding Andaman and Nicobar Islands

I. It enjoys equatorial climate.

II. This is the only place in India where a volcano is located.

III. This is the only place in India where coral bed is found.

Which of the above statement(s) is/are correct?

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16. What is the name of southernmost hill ranges in India?

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17. Which of the following is the traditional name of Sahyadri?

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18. Which of the following factor is responsible for low rainfall in the eastern slopes of the Western Ghats?

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19. Which of the following region is famous for the lion-tailed macaque?

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20. Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched?

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