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GK Questions About India For Children

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  1. Which is the National Game of India?

  2. Name the National Fruit of our country (India).

  3. Which is the National Tree of India?

  4. Name the National River of India.

  5. Which is our National Flower?

  6. Name the National Animal of India.

  7. Which is the National Bird of our country (India)?

  8. Which is the National Song of India?

  9. How many colors are there in our National Flag?

  10. When do we celebrate our Independence Day?

  11. On which date Republic Day is celebrated in India?

  12. Who is the Father of our Nation?

  13. Name the capital of India?

  14. Whose birthday is celebrated as Children's Day in India?

  15. When is Teacher's day celebrated in India?

  16. On which date do we celebrate Children's Day in India?

  17. Whose birthday is celebrated as Teacher's day in India?

  18. Which Hindu festival is popularly known as the 'Festival of Lights'?

  19. Whose birthday is celebrated on the 'Janmashtami' day?

  20. When is Christmas celebrated in India?

  21. Which is the planet nearest (closest) to Sun?

  22. Name the natural satellite of Earth

  23. Which Hindu God has an elephant's head?

  24. Which animal is known as the 'Ship of the Desert'?

  25. Who wrote the book 'My Experiments with Truth'?

  26. Who among the following is popularly known as 'Master Blaster'?

  27. Who is the first Indian woman to climb Mt Everest?

  28. Where was Mahatma Gandhi born?

  29. Where is the famous Ashoka Pillar located?

  30. In which city Golden Temple is located?

  31. Where is Humayun's Tomb located?

  32. Which city is known as the City of Lakes?

  33. With which game / sport is P.V.Sindhu associated?

  34. Who said "Swaraj is my birthright and I shall have it"?

  35. Which city was the capital of India before New Delhi?

  36. What is the full form of I.A.S?

  37. When did India become independent from the British rule?

  38. Which Hindu God has an elephant's head?

  39. In which month of the Gregorian calendar is Makara Sankranti celebrated?

  40. Which Hindu goddess is worshiped on Basant Panchami day?

  41. On which festival day Lord Shiva is worshiped for the whole night?

  42. Which festival is popularly known as Festival of Colors?

  43. During which Hindu month Holi festival is celebrated?

  44. In which Indian states the festival of Ugaadi, the New Year's day, is celebrated?

  45. The New Year's Day of the people of Maharashtra is known as____

  46. Whose birthday is celebrated as Srirama Navami?

  47. In which place / state the famous Ratha Yatra (Car Festival) is celebrated?

  48. Which Hindu festival signifies the brother-sister relationship?

  49. Whose birthday is celebrated as Janmashtami?

  50. Which Muslim festival is also known as Bakr-Id?

  51. Which is the important festival of the Sikhs?

  52. Onam is celebrated by the people of_____

  53. Which is the important festival of the Buddhists?
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