Dear young learner,
Happy Independence Day! Let us celebrate the 75th anniversary of our Independence with a quiz on India!
As proud young Indians, we are sure you would love to attempt the quiz! Your favourite duo, Jax and Jane, will be your quizzing partners! Are you ready? Let’s go!
Here are the instructions to take up the quiz:
Jax and Jane met Jia, their Indian friend at Cozy Camp. She told them amazing things about India. Now, she wants to test their knowledge of India. Can you help them find out which city is called the Pink City?
2. Jax and Jane were recollecting the firsts in India, but they were unable to remember who was the first prime minister of India. Can you name him?
|D||Sardar Vallabhai Patel|
3. Jane was wondering who is the recently-elected President of India. Can you find the correct answer?
|A||Ram Nath Kovind|
|C||APJ Abdul Kalam|
4. Jax quizzed Jane about the capitals of Indian states. She got everything correct, except the capital of Mizoram. Can you help her name it?
5. Jax wanted to know if there were camels in India. Jane said there are camels found in a desert in India, but unfortunately, she forgot the name of the desert. Can you find the name from the options below?
We are really excited to see your answers! Happy quizzing!
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