“The Knowledge Library”

Knowledge for All, without Barriers…

An Initiative by: Kausik Chakraborty.

“The Knowledge Library”

Knowledge for All, without Barriers……….
An Initiative by: Kausik Chakraborty.

The Knowledge Library

General Knowledge – Questions and Answers Part-19

3601. Jesus Christ was crucified in:
(a) Jerusalem
(b) Bethlehem (c) Nazareth
(d) Vatican 
Answer: (a)
3602. Who was called the father of separation of powers?
(a) Montesque
(6) Rousseau (c) John Locke
(d) None of these 
Answer: (a)
3603. Lop Nor is the nuclear test explosion site in:
(a) France
(b) China . (c) Britain
(d) U.S.A. 
Answer: (b)
3604. The year of the Cultural Revolution in China:
(a) 1976
(b) 1966. (C) 1956
(d) 1949 
Answer: (b)
3605. Who is said to be the world’s greatest genius?
(a) Alexander the Great (b) Rabindranath Tagore 
(c) Winston Churchill (d) Leonardo Da Vinci
Answer: (d)
3606. Stratford-upon-Avon is the birthplace of:
(a) Sherlock Holmes (b) Shakespeare (c) Bernard Shaw
(d) Winston Churchill 
Answer: (b)
3607. British Columbia is the part of:
(a). United Kingdom
(b) U.S.A. (c) Canada
(d) Mexico 
Answer: (c)
3608. Who was called ‘Modern Pharoah’?
(a) Kamal Pasha ‘ (b) Nasser
 (c) Suharto
(d) Marshal Tito 
Answer: (b)
3609. The Battle of Austerlitz was in:
(a) 1805 (b) 1810 
(c) 1812 (d) 1821 
Answer: (a)
3610. ‘Eire’ is the alternative name of:
(a) Republic of Ireland (b) England 
(c) Germany (d) Italy
Answer: (a)
3611. Nubian Desert is in: 
(a) North Africa (b) South Africa 
(C) West Africa (d) East Africa 
Answer: (a)
3612. How did Shelly die?
(a) Drowned (b) Committed suicide 
(c) Murdered (d) Natural death 
Answer: (a)
3613. Sherlock Holmes first appeared in publication in:
(a) 1887 (b) 1888 
(C) 1890 (d) 1895 
Answer: (a)
3614. Who cut the ‘Gordian Knot?
(a) Napoleon Bonappart (b) Alexander the Great 
(c) Genghis Khan (d) Nadir Shah 
Answer: (b)
3615. Which is the most important crop in the Nile delta?
(a) Sugarcane (b) Millet 
(c) Cotton (d) Maize 
Answer: (c)
3616. Which organ of the body produces the largest quantity of enzymes? 
(a) Thyroid glands (b) Stomach 
(c) Liver (d) None of these 
Answer: (c)
3617. Which one of the following is a doubly landlocked country?
(a) Mongolia (b) Kazakhstan 
(c) Uzbekistan (d) Switzerland 
Answer: (c)
3618. India belongs to the geographical area:
(a) East Asia (b) South-East Asia 
(c) Middle East (d) South Asia 
Answer: (d)
3619. In England constitutional monarchy was established in:
(a) 1689 (b) 1659 
(C) 1679 (d) 1669 
Answer: (a)
3620. Flemish is a term used for the inhabitants of:
(a) Belgium (b) New Zealand 
(c) Hungary (d) Japan 
Answer: (a)
3621. The smallest landlocked country in the world:
(a) Vatican City (b) San Marino 
(c) Bhutan (d) Serbia 
Answer: (a)
3622. Who was Charu Majumdar?
(a) Archaeologist (b) Founder of Naxalite movement 
(c) Social reformer of 19th century (d) Hindustani vocalist 
Answer: (b)
3623. Who authored ‘Bijak’?
(a) Kabir (b) Guru Nanak 
(c) Ramanand(d) Ramanuja 
Answer: (a)
3624. The extreme end of landmass that juts out into sea :
(a) Strait (b) Cape
(c) Isthumus (d) Canyon 
Answer: (b)
3625. The upland flow of air that has been heated by contact with the earth’s surface:
(a) Convection (b) Radiation
(c) Denudation (d) Desication 
Answer: (a)
3626. The parliamentary system of India and Britain differ on account of: 
(a) System of Judicial Review (b) System of collective responsibility
(c) Bicameral legislature (d) The role of prime minister 
Answer: (a)
3627. The amount of urine excreted by an ordinary man is 24 hours is close to: 
(a) 3.0 litres (b) 1.5 litres
(c) 5.0 litres (d) 2.5 litres 
Answer: (b)
3628. Approximately — of the world countries are landlocked.
(a) one fourth (b) one-sixth
(c) one third (d) one fifth 
Answer: (d)
3629. The year of burning of Joan of Arc at stake:
(a) 1431 (b) 1435
(C) 1453 (d) 1492 
Answer: (a)
3630. An archipelago is a group of:
(a) Mountains (b) Lakes
(c) Islands (d) Rivers
Answer: (c)
3631. Nebuchadnezzar who built the Hanging Gardens was the ruler of: 
(a) Babylon (b) Persia 
(c) China (d) Mongolia 
Answer: (a)
3632. Pharology is the science of:
(a) Lighthouse construction(b) Bridge construction
(c) Museum construction (d) None of these 
Answer: (a)
3633. The tower that was built in 1154 A.D.:
(a) Qutbminar (b) Leaning Tower of Pisa 
(c) Eiffel Tower (d) Sears Tower 
Answer: (b)
3634. The most well-known painting in the world:
(a) Sunflower (b) Last Supper 
(c) Last Judgement (d) Mona Lisa 
Answer: (d)
3635. The date inscribed on the Statue of Liberty:
(a) July 4,1776 (b) July 4,1876 
(c) July 4,1789 (d) July 14,1789 
Answer: (a)
3636. Balzac was a – novelist:
(a) German (b) French 
(c) English (d) Russian 
Answer: (b)
3637. The largest religious structure in the world: 
(a) Golden Temple (b) Khajuraho 
(c) Srirangam Temple (d) Angkor Vat 
Answer: (d)
3638. In which city the Brandenberg Gate is situated?
(a) London (b) Berlin 
(c) Paris (d) Sanfrancisco 
Answer: (b)
3639. Don Stephen Senanayake is the father of the na1ion of:
( a)Sri Lanka (b) Myanmar
(c) Philippines (d) Vietnam 
Answer: (a)
3640. The heaviest rainfall is experienced in:
(a) Mediterranean region {b) Temperate regions
(c) Equatorial regions (d) Polar region 
Answer: (c)
3641. The longest canal in the world:
(a) Volga Baltic (b) Beloye More Baltic
( c) Suez Canal ( d) Grand China Canal 
Answer: (b)
3642. Asansol in West Bengal is famous for: 
(a) Petroleum (b) Coal mining
(c) Dairy products (d) Rare earths 
Answer: (b)
3643. The Judges of the Supreme Court can be removed by:
(a) Law Minister (b) Prime Minister
( c) Speaker ( d) Parliament 
Answer: (d)
3644. The first king in a princely state of India to establish a Representative Assembly:
(a) Sri Moolarn Thirunal (b) Chamarajendra Wodeyar
( c) Nizam of Hyderabad ( d) Sri Chithira Thirunal 
Answer: (b)
3645. Who designed Prince of Wales Museum in Mumbai? 
(a) George Wittet (b) Henry Irwin
( c) Herbert Baker ( d) Robert Bristo 
Answer: (a)
3646. ITAR-TASS is the news agency:
(a) Russia (b) Japan 
(c) Australia (d) U.S.A.
Answer: (a)
3647. Big Ben was completed in: 
(a) 1859 (b) 1875 ·
(c) 1900 (d) 1725 
Answer: (a)
3648. The country with the largest. regular armed force in the world: 
(a) USA (b) China
( c) Russia ( d) India 
Answer: (b)
3649. The bird which uses its wings as paddles for swimming:
(a) Penguin (b) Ostrich 
(c) Emu ‘  (d) Eagle 
Answer: (a)
3650. The concept of the constitution was first originated in: 
(a) Britain (b) USA 
(c) France (d} Canada 
Answer: (a)
3651. Who is known as ‘the father of Lok Sabha’?
(a) S.Radhakrishnan (b) Jawaharlal Nehru
(c) G.V.Mavlankar (d) Dr.Ambedkar 
Answer: (c)

3652. Lun Yu is one of the four books of:
(a) Buddhism
(b) Jainism (c) Taoism
(d) Confucianism
Answer: (d)
3653. Both the Houses of the British Parliament meet at: 
(a) Buckingham Palace (b) Westminster Palace
(c) St.James Palace (d) Palace of White Hall 
Answer: (b)
3654. Thomas Aquinas was a/an ……. philosopher:
(a) English (b) French
( c) Dutch. ( d) Italian 
Answer: (d)
3655. Oasis is associated with:
(a) Glaciers (c) Islands 
(b) Deserts (d) Shore 
Answer: (b)
3656. Who among the following born first?
(a) Zoroaster
(b) Lao Tse (c) Buddha
(d) Mahavira 
Answer: (b)
3657. Burning of Rome was in:
(a) A.D.64
(b) B.C.64 (c) A.D.44
(d) B.C.44 
Answer: (a)
3658. Who was the donor of the heart in the first heart transplantation operation? 
(a) Christian Bernard (b) Denis Darval
(c) Lewis Washansky (d) Lillihel 
Answer: (b)
3659. Which country won the Battle of Trafalgar of 1805?
(a) France
(b) Russia (C) Spain
(d) England 
Answer: (d)
3660. Delphi is an archaeological site in:
(a) Turkey (b) Egypt 
(c) China (d) Greece
Answer: (d)
3661. Temujin is famous in world history with the name: 
(a) Mahmud Ghazni (b) Babur
( c) Genghis Khan ( d) Nadir Shah 
Answer: (c)
3662. The cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad are separated by.
(a) Nizam Sagar lake (b) Nagarjuna Sagar lake
(c) Krishnaraja Sagar (d) Hussain Sagar lake 
Answer: (d)
3663. Fields Medal is given in the field of: 
(a) Literature (b) Film 
(c) Mathematics (d) Journalism 
Answer: (c)
3664. Dona Paula iş a chief port in the state of:
(a) Orissa (b) Andhra Pradesh
(c) Gujarat (d) Goa 
Answer: (d)
3665. A continent that has no landlocked countries:
(b) Asia (a) Europe
(C) Africa (d) North America 
Answer: (d)
3666. ‘Eanadu’ is the most circulated daily in ….
(a) Tamil (b) Urdu  
(c) Telugu (d) Kannada
Answer: (c)
3667. Which country has the national anthem with the oldest music? 
(a) Japan (b) Denmark
(c) Netherlands (d) USA 
Answer: (c)
3668. The district in Jammu and Kashmir 37,555 sq.km of which is under illegal occupation by China. 
(a) Kargil (b) Poonch
(c) Ladakh (d) Anantnag 
Answer: (c)
3669. The provision for the name, ‘Union of India’ was borrowed from the Constitution of:
(a) England (b) Australia
(c) South Africa (d) Canada 
Answer: (d)
3670. The first congress leader to become the speaker of Kerala Legislative Assembly? 
(a) D:Damodaran Potti (b) R.Sankaranarayanan Thampy
(c) Alexander Parambithara (d) Seethi Haji 
Answer: (c)
3671. Who projected. Malgudi’ as the locale for most of his stories? 
(a) Nirad C. Chaudhuri  (b) R.K.Laxman 
(c) R.K.Narayan (d) Raja Rao 
Answer: (c)
3672. The first to recognise the affinity between Sanskrit and European languages: 
(a) Father Couerdoux (b) William Jones
(c) Warren Hastings (d) Charles Wilkins 
Answer: (a)
3673. The colour of Halogen lamps filled with Xenon:
(a) Blue
(b) Yellow (c) Orange
(d) Green 
Answer: (a)
3674. The pivotal concept of Indian Music is:
(a) Raga
(b) sruti (c) Taala
(d) Instruments 
Answer: (a)
3675. The element with the largest atom:
(a) Francium
(b) Caesium (c) Flourine
(d) Tungsten 
Answer: (b)
3676. The largest producer of lemongrass oil in India:
(a) Tamil Nadu
(b) Kerala (C) Sikkim
(d) Andhra Pradesh 
Answer: (b)
3677. The honour sometimes called ‘America’s Nobel Prize’:
(a) Magsaysay Award (b) Right Livelihood Award (C) Wolf Prize
(d) Lasker Award
Answer: (d)
3678. …… refers to the independence of the country in all its external and internal matters: (a) Liberty
(b) Sovereignty (c) Secularism
(d) Democracy 
Answer: (b)
3679. The first state in India to implement Land reforms Bill and Education Reforms Bill: 
(a) Kerala
(b) Punjab (c) Assam
(d) West Bengal 
Answer: (a)
3680. The coldest capital city in the world:
(a) La Paz
(b) Ulan Bator (c) Beijing
(d) Oslo
Answer: (b)
3681. “The keystone of the political arch- the pivot around which the whole political machinery revolves in the country” – this is a reference about: 
(a) Lok Sabha (b) Rajya Sabha 
( c) Parliament ( d) Cabinet 
Answer: (d)
3682. Akbar granted the site for the construction of the Golden Temple in Amritsar to: 
(a) Guru Nanak (b) Arjan Dev
(c) Ram Das. (d) Teg Bahadur 
Answer: (c)
3683. Chitharal Hills· are in the state of:
(a) Kerala (o) Tamil Nadu 
( c) Karnataka ( d) Goa
Answer: (b)
3684. Dynamite was invented by: 
(a) Michael Faraday (b) Edison
( c) Alfred Nobel ( d) None of these 
Answer: (c)
3685. Buddha gave his first sermon at:. 
(a) Bodh Gaya (b) Saranath
(c) Lumbini {d) Kusinagar 
Answer: (b)
3686.  In the Indian tradition, there are four ends to man’s life. 
Which one.ol the following is not one of them?
(a) Kama (b) Dharma
(c) Artha (d) Raksha 
Answer: (d)
3687. India’s first private airport was opened in 1999 in the state of:
(a) Uttar Pradesh (b) Maharashtra
(c) Kerala (d) Tamil Nadu 
Answer: (c)
3688. India’s largest Mahayana Buddhist Monastery is Tawang Gompa. It is in the state of: 
(a) Assam (b) Sikkim
(c) Arunachal Pradesh (d) Maharashtra 
Answer: (c)
3689. Taxilla, the site of ancient university, is now in: 
(a) Afghanistan (b) Pakistan
(c) India (d) Nepal 
Answer: (b)
3690. The first Caliph of Islam:
(a) Abu Bakr (c) Uthman 
(b) Umar  (d) Ali 
Answer: (a)
3691. The first memorial of a sati, found at Eran, is dated 510 B.C. Eran is in:
(a) Madhya Pradesh (b) Uttar Pradesh
( c) Maharashtra ( d) Bihar 
Answer: (a)
3692. The Indian ruler who was known to the Greeks as ‘Amitrochates’: 
(a) Chandragupta Maurya (b) Bindusara
( c) Bimbisara ( d) Asoka 
Answer: (b)
3693. The rule of the English East India company came to an end in: 
(a) 1757 (b) 1857 
(c) 1858 (d) 1875 
Answer: (c)
3694. The second ruler of the Mughal dynasty:
(a) Akbar (b) Shah Jehan
(c) Humayun (d) Jahangir 
Answer: (c)
3695. The son of Bimbisara: 
(a) Asoka (b) Ajatasatru
(c) Chandragupta Maurya (d) Brihadratha 
Answer: (b)
3696. What is often called ‘Baby Taj’?
(a) Humayun’s Tomb
(b) Mausoleum of ltrnad-ud-Daulah
(c) Bibi Ki Makbara (d) Akoer’s Tomb 
Answer: (b)
3697. Which among the following has the highest calorific value? 
(a) Carbohydrate (b) Fat
( c) Protein ( d) All have seme value 
Answer: (b)
3698. Which is not an element?
(a) Diamond (b) Graphite
(c) Marble (d) Mercury 
Answer: (c)
3699. Which is not belongs to Vitamin B complex?
(a) Thiamine (b) Riboflavin
(c) Niacin (d) Retinal 
Answer: (d)
3700. Which of the following has the oldest rocks in India?
(a) Himalayas (b) Shiwalic
(c) Vindhyas (d) Aravallis 
Answer: (d)
3701. Which one of the following is an ancient source for the Maurya Period? 
(a) lndika (b) Malavikagnimitrarn
(c) Kadambari (d) Panchatantram 
Answer: (a)

3702. Which one of the following is not A venue of ‘Kumbhamelar?

(a) .Nasic (b) Ullain 
( c) Haridwar ( d) Varanasi ·
Answer: (d)
3703. Which one of the following literally means ‘We command”? 
(a) Quo Warranto (b) Habeus corpus
{c) Mandamus (d) Certiorari 
Answer: (c)
3704. Who hasthe power to dissolve the Lok Sabha?
(a) The Prime Minister (b) The President 
( c) The Speaker ( d) The Chief Election Commissioner 
Answer: (b)
3705. Who invaded India in 1398?
(a) Mahmaud Ghazni (b) Nadir Shah
(c) Muhammad Ghori (d) Timur . 
Answer: (d)
3706. The number of phases in the life cycle of butter fly:
(a) 6 (b) 5
(c) 4 (d) 3 
Answer: (c)
3707. The first indigenously built civilian aircraft built by India:
(a) Surya (b) Pritvi 
(c) Saras (d) Nilgiri 
Answer: (c)
3708. Which country is completely surrounded by South Africa?
(a) Namibia (b) Leostho 
(c) Ghana (d) Botswana 
Answer: (b)
3709. Ramanuja was born in: 
(a) Kerala · (b) Tamil Nadu
(c) Karnataka (d) Andhra Pradesh 
Answer: (b)
3710. The first person to get Padmasree, Padmabhushan and Padmavibhushan: , 
(a) Satyajit Ray (c) Lata Mangeshkar 
(b) Amartya Sen ( d) MS Subalekshmi 
Answer: (a)
3711. Pyorrhoea affects:
(a) Intestine (b)Throat 
(c) Gums  (d) Tongue 
Answer: (c)
3712. W?ho wrote the novel ‘Pather Panjali’:
(a) Satyajit Ray (b) Vibhuti Bhusahn Bannerjee 
( c) Tharasankar Bannerlee ( d) Mahadevi Varma
Answer: (b)
3713. Manchester of the Orient: 
(a) Hiroshima (b) Tokyo
(c) Kyoto (d) Osaka · 
Answer: (d)
3714. The acid present in soft drinks: 
(a) Carbonic acid (b) Formic acid 
(c) Prussic acid (d) Acetic acid 
Answer: (a)
3715. The study of flags: 
(a) Pomology · (b) Oqontology
(c) Vexillology (d) Trichology. 
Answer: (c)
3716. father of the nation of Bangladesh:
(a) Ziaur Rehman , . (b) Mujibur Rehman 
(c) Muharomad Ali Jinnah (d) Liaqat Ali Khan 
Answer: (b)
3717. The Delhi Sultan who was known as ‘wisest fool’:
(a) Sikander Lodi (b) Feroz Shah Tughlaq
(c) Muhammad bin Tughlaq (d) Balban 
Answer: (c)
3718. The first meeting of the Constituent Assembly of India was in the year: 
(a) 1945
(b) 1947 (c) 1946
(d) 1944 
Answer: (c)
3719. The founder of Bhahmasamaj:
(a) Raja Ram Mohun Roy (b) Atmaram Pandurang
(c) Aurobindo Ghosh (d) Vivekananda 
Answer: (a)
3720. The gas used for the artificial ripening of green fruits is:
(a) Acetylene (Ethylene) (b) Carbon dioxide (c) Ethane
(d) Hydrogen 
Answer: (a)
3721. The Mughal painting reached its zenith during the reign of:
(a) Shah Jehan
(b) Aurangazeb (C) Jahangir
(d) Akbar 
Answer: (c)
3722. The second woman recipient of Bharat Ratna:
(a) Indira Gandhi (b) Mother Theresa 
(c) Aruna Asaf Ali (d) M.S. Subbalekshmi
Answer: (b)
3723. The significance of March 12, 1930 in Indian History:
(a) Beginning of Dandi March 
(b) First Round Table Conference
( c) Martyrdom of Bhagat Singh ·
( d) Simon Commission visited lndia 
Answer: (a)
3724. The study of rivers:
(a) Potamology (b) Orology 
(c) Psephoiogy (d) Hydrology . .
Answer: (a)
3725. The ‘Tennis Court Oath’ is related to the revolution in:· 
(a) China (b) Russia 
(c) France (d) Britain 
 Answer: (c)
3726. Which Article of the Constitution of India prohibits untouchability?
(a) 15 (b) 16 
(c) 17 (d) 18
Answer: (c)
3727. Which is niacin deficiency disease? 
(a) Pellagra (b) Marasmus
(c) Scurvy (d) Beriberi 
Answer: (a)
3728. Who wrote ‘The Republic’:
(a) Aristotle {b) Plato 
( c) secretes ( d) Machiavelli 
Answer: (b)
3729. Whose birthday is celebrated as National Youth Day in India? ·
(a) Sankaracharya (b) C. V. Raman
(c) Sriramakrishna Paramhamsa
( d) Vivekananda 
Answer: (d)
3730. Yakshagana is the dance form of: 
(a) Tamil Nadu (b) Karnataka
(c) Andhra Pradesh (d) Kerala 
Answer: (b)
3731. Kumarakodi is the final resting place of : 
3732. Number of teeth for Whales : 
No tooth
3733. “Palayamkodan” is a variety of : 
3734. Temple related to “Velakali” : 
3735. The first Indian archer who stands first m the world :
Deepika Kumari
3736. The first Indian to win World Food Prize :
3737. The first unofficial opposition leader of the Lok Sabha :
A.K. Gopalan 
3738. The Malayalam daily, which stands second in circula­tion: 
3739. The officially accepted distance for Marathon running race is : 
26 miles 385 yards 
3740. The rocket launched by India to learn on Oceans:
Oceansat · 
3741. The second oldest newspaper in Kerala : 
Malayala Manorama 
3742. The sports star called “Plastic Girl” : 
Nadia Comaneci
3743. What is known as White Gold : 
3744. AHARDS is related to the development of :
Attappadi (Palakkad district) 
3745. Bird which is an incubating father : 
3746. Father of Muhammed Ghazni : 
3747. Founder of the city of Mahabalipuram : 
Narasimha Varman I 
3748. In which continent is Lake Victoria; 
3749. In which state are Ellora caves:
3750. In which year Muslim League was formed :
3751. The place where the Ganga enters plains : 

3752. The poet who spent his last days in Chittoor in Palakkad: 

3753. The Viceroy when Bengal faced famine in 1942 : 
Lord  Wavell
3754. When did Ganapathi Shastrikal discover all the 11 plays of Bhasa from Manalikkara Madom near Padmanabhapuram in Travancore : 
3755. Which country is known as “Mini India in Africa” :
3756. Which country is known as the “Prison of Africa” : 
Equa­torial Guinea 
3757. Which is the Epic written by Lord Ganesa as directed by Vyasan : 
3758. Which place corresponds to Krishkinta in Puranas :
Ham pi 
3759. Who helped Kumaranasan to continue his studies in Bangalore and Kolkata : 
Dr. Palpu 
3760. Who was called “Sree Bhattaraka”: 
Chattampi Swamikal 
3761. Who was known as the “Conscience keeper of Africa”:
Julius Nyerere 
3762. Who wrote ‘Balakalaesam” : 
Pandit Karuppan 
3763. Who wrote Advaita Chinta Paddhathi : 
Chattampi Swamikal 
3764. Independent France was unified in AD 486 by: 
3765. Other name of Slave Dynasty : 
Ilbari dynasty
3766. Rashtrakuta King who built Kailasa Temple at Ellora : 
Krishana I
3767. Reaf name of Munshi Pemchand : 
Dhanpath Rai
3768. Sikh Guru killed by the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb: 
Tej Behadur
3769. The continent where egg-laying mammals are seen : 
3770. The founder of Missionaries of Charity: 
Mother Teresa
3771. The metal kept under Kerosene : 
Sodium, Possium 
3772. Bhashaposhini is a publication of: 
Malayala Manorama
3773. After meeting whom did Sree Narayana Guru compose ‘Municharya Panchakam’: Ramana Maharshi 
3774. Bhagavat Gita is part of : 
3775. Bhima is the character in:
3776. In 1923 Andhra Bank was established in Machlipatnam by : 
Pattabhi Seetharamaiah.
3777. In Kerala Right to Service Act came into force on : 
1 November 2012 
3778. India and Nepal agreed to share the water of the rivers: 
Kosi and Gandhak 
3779. “Kumaru” is the childhood name of: 
3780. Lord Krishna was born in :
3781. Low-pressure belts near the equator: 
3782. Madhya Pradesh Government established an Academy to commemorate the renowned writer of ancient India :
3783. The Mughal ruler when Ahmad Abdali attacked India :
Shah Alam II 
3784. The river that originates from Brahamagiri in Coorg (Karnataka): 
3785. The river that originates from Triambak Village in Nasik in Maharashtra : 
3786. The seat of memory in brain :
Cortex (Cerebrum)
3787. Who wrote the epic ‘Aeneid’: 
3788. World Happiness Day : 
March 20
3789. World Radio Day : 
February 13
3790. “Yorker” is a term related to the sport : 
3791. Who went to England in 1906 to study Barrister at Law with scholarship and formed Free India Society there :
V.D. Savarkar · 
3792. “An Unfinished Dream” is the work of : 
Dr.Varghese Kurien 
3793. Dewan Kesava Pillai was conferred the title “Raja” by Governor General : 
Lord Wellesley 
3794. Founder of “Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal” : 
Warren Hastings 
3795. Founder of Twitter : 
Jack Dorsey
3796. In India Labour laws were framed for the first time when the Viceroy was : 
Lord Ripon
3797. In which year Perinadu Revolt took place: 
3798. Which is the oldest flower : 
3799. Who is the youngest President of India : 
Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy
3800. Which organ is affected by mumps: 
Salivary glands 

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