General Knowledge Question Related To Indian Geography Set 23

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General Knowledge Question Related To Indian Geography Set 23 And Date Wise 16-09-2017 For All Examinations Which among the following rock system in India is also known as storehouse of minerals And provide the general question relating to the Indian constitution, that will much more and General knowledge questions and answers – for all competitive exams – MBA entrance, bank exams, RRB – Railway Recruitment Board And CAT, MAT, SBI-PO, RBI And Railway, Indian Army , Rajasthan,Delhi Police Related Study material And All competitive Exams.


Indian Geography GK Question for Rajasthan, Delhi Police

Question (1) What is called the port of five seas?

किसे ‘पाँच सागरों का पत्तन’ कहा जाता है?

Answer— मास्को (Moscow)

Question (2) Which country is located in Europe, the most important port of Rotterdam?

यूरोप का सर्वाधिक महत्वपूर्ण बन्दरगाह रॉटरडम किस देश में स्थित है?

Answer— Netherlands

Question (3) Who is the port of Tokyo

कौन टोकियो का बन्दरगाह है?

Answer— याकोहामा (Yokohama)

Question (4) What types of forests are found only in the northern hemisphere?

किस प्रकार के वनों का विस्तार केवल उत्तरी गोलार्द्ध में पाया जाता है?

Answer— समशीतोष्ण कोणधारी वन (Temperate angle forest)

Question (5) What is the coast of Kerala?

केरल के तट को क्या कहते हैं?

Answer—  मालाबार तट (Malabar Coast)

Question (6) Where are coniferous forests found?

शंकुधारी वन कहाँ पाये जाते हैं?

Answer— शीत शीतोष्ण क्षेत्र (Cold temperate zone)

Question (7) Which one is the Dylbergia race?

डेलबर्जिया जाति किस एक से सम्बन्धित है ?

Answer— शीशम

Question (8) What kinds of forests are found near the equator?

भूमध्य रेखा के निकट किस तरह के वन पाए जाते हैं?

Answer— उष्ण कटिबंधीय वन (tropical forest)

Question (9) Which area is called a pastoral weld?

किस क्षेत्र को चारागाह का वेल्ड कहा जाता है?

Answer— South Africa

Question (10) Who are tropical grasslands?

कौन उष्ण कटिबंधीय घासभूमि हैं?

Answer— लानोज

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