INDIAN GEOGRAPHY – 281 TO 290

281. The chief means of transport in Tundras is-
A.Camel
B.Sledge
C.Horse
D.Donkeys

The Answer is- Sledge

282. The Agricultural region is-
A.Homogeneous region
B.Functional region
C.Nodal region
D.Natural region

The Answer is- Nodal region

283. The longest west flowing Peninsular river is-
A.Godavari
B.Krishna
C.Narmada
D.Tapti

The Answer is- Narmada

284. The most important source of irrigation of Great Indian Desert (Thar) is-
A.Canal
B.Well
C.Tube-well
D.All of these

The Answer is- Canal

285. The oldest and the richest coal field of India with respect to quantity of production and quality is-
A.Bokaro
B.Jharia
C.Raniganj
D.Makum-Nazira

The Answer is- Raniganj

286. Which one the following sequences of the Himalayan ranges from south to north is correct?
A.Karakorm-Ladakh-Zaskar-Pir Panjal
B.Ladakh-Zaskar-Pir Panjal-Karakoram
C.Zaskar-Pir Panjal-Karakoram-Ladakh
D.Pir Panjal-Zaskar-Ladakh-Karakoram

The Answer is- Pir Panjal-Zaskar-Ladakh-Karakoram

287. ‘Guru Shikhar’ is the highest point of-
A.Aravali Range
B.Vindhya Range
C.Nilgiri Range
D.Lower Himalaya

The Answer is- Aravali Range

288. Which of the following directly affects soil formation?
A.Climate
B.Vegetation
C.Relief
D.All of the above

The Answer is- All of the above

289. Khadar and Bhangar are two important soils in Indian subcontinent. These are-
A.Alluvial Soils
B.Laterite Soils
C.Black Soils
D.Red Soils

The Answer is- Alluvial Soils

290. Which of the following is odd one out from the group?
A.Wular lake
B.Nagina Lake
C.Dal Lake
D.Gurudongmar lake

The Answer is- Gurudongmar lake

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