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GK Question Test‎ Basic National - Set 04

G.K. Practice Test: Question Set - 04

1. “ATHAPOO” is associated with which of the following festivals?
    (A) Onam
    (B) Pongal
    (C) Dashera
    (D) Kumbh Mela

2. Which of the following is associated with the largest transaction of goods freight in the country?
    (A) By Air
    (B) By Water
    (C) By Train
    (D) By Road

3. Which of the following statements about the total goods traffic carried by the Indian Railways is correct?
    (A) Steam and electric locomotives together haul about 50% of the traffic.
    (B) Diesel and electric locomotives together haul about 95% of the traffic.
    (C) Steam locomotives alone haul about 40% of the traffic.
    (D) Steam and diesel locomotives together haul about 60% of the traffic.

4. Which one of the following is correctly matched?
    (A) Orissa famine: Sir John Lawrence of 1866
    (B) Agricultural research: Lord Hardinge
    (C) Development of Irrigation: Lord Irwin
    (D) Bengal famine: Lord Irwin of 1943

5. With which of the following dance forms is Mrinalini Sarabhai associated?
    (A) Kathak
    (B) Kathakali
    (C) Bharatanatyam
    (D) Kuchipudi

6. What are the ‘Upanishads’?
    (A) Hindu epics
    (B) Hindu Puranas
    (C) Philosophical treatises representing Hindu intellect
    (D) Vedas

7. Who was associated with Theosophical society?
    (A) Ram Mohan Roy
    (B) Keshab Chandra Sen
    (C) Dayanand saraswati
    (D) Annie Besant

8. Our national Anthem is
    (A) Vande Mataram
    (B) Sare Jahan Se Achchha
    (C) Jhanda Uncha Rahe hamara
    (D) Jana Gana Mana

9. The ‘Jallianwala Bagh’ Massacre took place during the viceroyalty of
    (A) Lord Canning
    (B) Lord Chelmsford
    (C) Lord Ripon
    (D) Lord Curzon

10. The Gateway of India is in
    (A) Delhi
    (B) Mumbai
    (C) Kolkata
    (D) Chennai

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