Indian States And Capitals Quiz for GK Competitions
India is considered to be the seventh-largest country in the world as per area. It comes on the second position in the world if we talk about population. It is situated in the southern hemisphere of the world and is officially a democratic country.
Here is quiz based on Indian states and their capitals:
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Before Bhopal, which city was the capital of Madhya Pradesh?CorrectIncorrect
How many capital cities does Andhra Pradesh have?CorrectIncorrect
Madhya Pradesh was founded on?CorrectIncorrect
Judicial capital of Arunachal Pradesh?CorrectIncorrect
Legislative capital of Gujarat is?CorrectIncorrect
West Bengal was founded in which year?CorrectIncorrect
Capital city of Andhra Pradesh?CorrectIncorrect
Agartala is the capital city of which state?CorrectIncorrect
Separation of Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh happened in which year?CorrectIncorrect
Dehradun is the capital city of which state?CorrectIncorrect
Which state is known to be largest as per area?CorrectIncorrect
Which state is the third largest state as per population?CorrectIncorrect
Judicial capital of goa is?CorrectIncorrect
Winter capital city of Himachal Pradesh?CorrectIncorrect
In which state is the pink city situated?CorrectIncorrect
Former capital of Gujarat is?CorrectIncorrect
Which is the only state of India who produces coking Coal?CorrectIncorrect
Which city is known as the “Silicon Valley” of India?CorrectIncorrect
Shillong is the capital city of which state?CorrectIncorrect
In which state Angami Naga tribe is found?CorrectIncorrect
From the above quiz, we learned so many things and facts about Indian states and territories. India consists of 29 states and 7 union territories. For each state, there is a chief minister who rules the state in a democratic way. For union territories, there is a governor who runs the territory.
India is surrounded by various other countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, China, Nepal, and Pakistan. There are few states which have more than two capital cities for different functioning like judicial, legislative, and administrative.
Along with that, each state has its own specialization in its culture, atmosphere, location, and many more things.