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G.K for Primary Class: Part - 1

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1.  Which is the tallest animal in the world?
a.  Elephant
b.  Giraffe
c.  Leopard
d.  Gorialla



2. Who among the following is popularly known as 'Master Blaster'?
a.  Kapil Dev
b.  Sunil Gavaskar
c.  Sachin Tendulkar
d.  Rahul Dravid



3.  Who was the first Indian woman to climb Mt Everest?
a.  Bachendri Pal
b.  Anita Kundu
c.  Arunima Sinha
d.  Premlata Agarwal



4. Where was Mahatma Gandhi born?
a. Gandhinagar
b. Porbandar
c. Ahmadabad
d. Surat



5. Where is the famous Ashoka Pillar located?
a. New Delhi
b. Sanchi
c. Sarnath
d. Kolkata




6.  Which is the hardest material / substance in the world?
a.  Iron
b.  Diamond
c.  Platinum
d.  Magnet



7.  Which is the largest island in the world?
a.  Honshu
b.  Sumatra
c.  Borneo
d.  Greenland



8.  Which is the smallest country in the world?
a.  Malta
b.  Vatican City
c.  Maldives
d.  Marshall



10. What is the time taken by Earth to complete one revolution round the Sun?
a.   365 days
b.   366 days
c.   265 days
d.   266 days



11. What is the full form of ATM?
a.   Any Time Money
b.   All Time Money
c.   Automated Teller Machine
d.   Automatic Teller Machine



11. Who invented telephone?
a.   Alexander Graham Bell
b.   James Watt
c.   Thomas Alva Edison
d.   Charles Babbage



12. Which of the following can fly but it is not a bird?
a.   Peacock
b.   Kite
c.   Bat
d.   Penguin



13. In which city Golden Temple is located?
a.   New Delhi
b.  Tirupati
c.   Amritsar
d.   Kolkata



14. Where is Humayun's Tomb located?
a.   Agra
b.   Lucknow
c.   Kashmir
d.   New Delhi



15. Which city is known as the City of Lakes?
a.   Udaipur
b.   Srinagar
c.   Bengaluru (Bangalore)
d.   Kolkata

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