Indian Geography Objective Questions

This simple Indian geography quiz will help you to know your country better. There is very useful information about the geography of India, presented in a very simple manner. You will find these questions interesting and helpful to improve your GK about India's geography. These objective questions are prepared for common Indians, not specifically for exams. For more objective questions on Indian geography, see the following pages:
Which is the southernmost point of India?
A) Indira Point
B) Kanyakumari
C) Guhar Moti
D) Cape Comorin
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Taj Mahal is situated on the banks of which river?
A) Chambal
B) Mahanadi
C) Yamuna
D) Gomti
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The picture of which of the following buildings is printed on the back of new bank notes of Rs.500 released in 2016?
A) Parliament of India
B) Red Fort
C) Taj Mahal
D) Dandi March Statue
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From the major ports of India, which is the only riverine port in India?
A) Mumbai
B) Surat
C) Vishakhapatnam
D) Kolkata
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Which is the most populous city of India?
A) New Delhi
B) Bangalor
C) Mumbai
D) Kolkata
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Which state in India is known as the land of rising Sun?
A) Arunachal Pradesh
B) Uttar Pradesh
C) Assam
D) Gujarat
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Which of the following monuments or ancient sites is shown on the new Indian bank note of Rs.100?
A) Sanchi Stupa
B) Red Fort
C) Hampi Monuments
D) Rani Ki Vav
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'Gulf of Mannar' is situated along which of the following coast?
A) Malabar Coast
B) Coromandal Coast
C) Konkan Coast
D) Utkal Coast Pradesh
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Which mountain range is considered as the traditional boundry between north and south India?
A) Eastern Ghat
B) Vindhya Range
C) Great Himalayas
D) Aravali Range
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New Delhi is situated on the banks of which river?
A) Yamuna
B) Ganges
C) Mahanadi
D) Tapti
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Which type of soil is most common in the plains of Northern India?
A) Alluvial Soil
B) Black Soil
C) Red Soil
D) Laterite Soil
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Andaman islands are separated from Nicobar islands by which channel?
A) 6 degree channel
B) 10 degree channel
C) 8 degree channel
D) 9 degree channel
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The road network connecting New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai & Mumbai is known by which name?
A) Golden Quadrilateral
B) Diamond Quadrilateral
C) Bharatmala Pariyojana
D) Connect India
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Which is the largest statue in the world?
A) Statue of Unity
B) Statue of Liberty
C) Burj Khalifa
D) Spring Temple Buddha
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Which river is known as the Dakshin Ganga (Southern Ganges)?
A) Krishna
B) Tapti
C) Kaveri
D) Godavari
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Which of the following states does not lie in Deccan Plateau?
A) West Bengal
B) Karnataka
C) Telangana
D) Andhra Pradesh
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Which city is the confluence point of rivers Ganga and Yamuna?
A) Varanasi
B) Rishikesh
C) Haridwar
D) Allahabad
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Which among the following ports is not situated in eastern coast of India?
A) Haldia
B) Tuticorin
C) Mangalore
D) Visakhapatanam
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The city of Nashik is situated on the banks of which one of the following rivers?
A) Narmada
B) Godavari
C) Krishna
D) Mandovi
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Which national park of India is famous for one-horned Rhinoceros?
A) Corbett National Park
B) Kaziranga National Park
C) Gir National Park
D) Bandipur National Park
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India shares longest international border with which of the following country?
A) Nepal
B) Bangladesh
C) China
D) Pakistan
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Which Indian state has the largest forest cover?
A) Karnataka
B) Assam
C) Maharashtra
D) Madhya Pradesh
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The 'Tropic of Cancer' does not pass through which of the following state?
A) Odisha
B) Mizoram
C) Tripura
D) Rajasthan
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The source of which of the following rivers is situated outside of Indian territory?
A) Satluj
B) Beas
C) Chenab
D) Jhelum
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Which of the following Indian cities will never receive vertical sun rays?
A) Shimla
B) Mumbai
C) Bangalore
D) Hyderabad
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Suggested Reading:
Indian Geography Quiz - Part 2
Indian Independence Quiz
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