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Here is the complete list of 500+ important questions which are very important for Punjab government jobs. 




500+ important questions for Punjab government jobs

1. Khidrana was the old name of Muktsar whereas Chak Ram Das was the old name?

Ans. Amritsar

2. Japji Sahib was written by____________

Ans. Guru Nanak Dev ji

3. Jaap Sahib was written by__________

Ans- Guru Gobind Singh Ji

4. Anand Sahib was written by________

Ans- Guru Amardas Ji

5. Of the 5 Takhts of Sikhism 3 are in Punjab those by

Ans- Akal Takhat Sahib, Anandpur Sahib, and Damdama Sahib

6. Which Sikh personality has the distinction of the coronation the successors of Guru Nanak up to the 6th Guru?

Ans- Baba Buddha Ji

7. Sikh Heritage Complex (Virasat-e-Khalsa) is developed at?

Ans- Anandpur Sahib

8. How many Sikh Takhats (Symbolic seats of the temporal and spiritual authority of Sikhism) are there

Ans- Five

9. Guru Nanak Dev was born at Nankana Sahib Lahore whereas breathed his last in

Ans- Kartarpur Sahib (Pakistan)

10. ‘Guru ka langar’ was started by

Ans- Guru Nanak Dev Ji

11. How many Udasis (religious tours) were taken up by Guru Nanak Dev Ji

Ans- Four

12. Laavan, the hymns of marriage written by Guru Ram Das whereas Kirtan Sohila by

Ans- Guru Nanak Dev Ji

13. Guru Nanak Dev was born in the year

Ans- 1469

14. “Barah Maha” and “Asa di Vaar” were written by

Ans- Guru Nanak Dev Ji

15. Who was the Father, Mother, Wife & sister of Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

Ans- Kalyan Chand Das Bed, Tripta Devi, Sulakhni & Nanki respectively

16. Which Guru gave the 3 pillars of humanity Naam Japan, Karani & Vand Chakna?

Ans- Guru Nanak Dev Ji

17. Where did Guru Nanak Dev Ji attain enlightenment

Ans- River bein

18. Who was the source of Guru Nanak Dev Ji Biography compiled by Guru Angad Dev Ji?

Ans- Bhai Bala

19. The original name of Guru Angad Dev Ji

Ans- Bhai Lehna

20. Name the city founded by Guru Angad Dev Ji

Ans- Kadoor Sahib

21. Who invented Gurmukhi script

Ans- Guru Angad dev Ji

22. The standardization of Gurumukhi was done by

Ans- Guru Angad Dev Ji

23. First Biography of Guru Nanak Dev Ji was written by

Ans- Guru Angad Dev Ji

24. Who constructed the city Goindwal?

Ans- Guru Amardas Ji

25. Which Mughal emperor visited Guru Amardas at Goindwal?

Ans- Akbar
26. Pangat & Sangat concept was given by

Ans- Guru Amardas Ji

27. Anand Karaj marriage ceremony of the Sikhs was in introduced by

Ans- Guru Amardas Ji

28. Anand Karaj marriage ceremony of the Sikhs was introduced by

Ans- Guru Amardas Ji

29. Name the Town founded by Guru Amardas Ji?

Ans- Goindwal Sahib

30. Name the Sikh Guru who started Manji system

Ans- Guru Amardas Ji

31. Who was the fourth Sikh Guru?

Ans- Guru Ramdas Ji

32. The city of Amritsar was founded by?

Ans- Guru Ramdas Ji

33. Guru Ramdas (4th Sikh Guru) composed 688 Shabads in Guru Granth Sahib and also composed “Lava” which means

Ans- A Shabad sang at the time of Sikh marriage

34. Who founded the Amritsar & designed the Golden Temple?

Ans- Guru Ramdas Ji

35. Sri Amritsar was founded by___________________

Ans- Guru Ramdas Ji

36. Which Sikh Guru started Masand system

Ans- Guru Ramdas Ji

37. ‘SUKHMANI SAHIB’ was written by which Sikh Guru

Ans- Guru Arjan dev Ji

38. Sikh Guru Arjun Dev was put to martyrdom by which Mughal Ruler?

Ans- Jahangir

39. Foundation of Golden Temple was laid down by

Ans- Guru Arjan dev Ji through the hands of Sufi Sant Mian Mir

40. Which Sikh Guru organized a system of Taxation?

Ans- Guru Arjan Dev Ji

41. Name the musical instrument which is believed to have taken birth from Guru Arjan dev Ji passion for music

Ans- Saranda

42. Taran Sahib was founded by ___________

Ans- Guru Arjan Dev Ji

43. Hamandir Sahib builit by_______________

Ans- Guru Arjan Dev Ji

44. Principle of Miri-Piri (two swords representing temporal and spiritual powers) were established by

Ans- Guru Hargobind Ji

45. 1st Guru who wore kalgi on his turban.

Ans- Guru Hargobind Ji

46. The Guru who invented the musician instrument “taus”.

Ans- Guru Hargobind Ji

47. Bandi Chorr Devas is related with

Ans- Guru Hargobind Ji

48. Anandpur Sahib was founded by Guru Teg Bahadur whereas the Kiratpur was founded by

Ans- Guru Hargobind Ji

49. Which Sikh guruji got Akal Takht constructed

Ans- Guru Hargobind Ji

50. Who started the art of gatka?

Ans- Guru Hargobind Ji

51. Who was appointed as the 7th Guru Ji by the 6th Guru Shri Guru Hargobind Ji?

Ans- Shri Guru Har Rai Ji

52. Sri Guru Har Rai Ji was born in the year 1630. his place of birth was ________

Ans- Kirtpur Sahib

Shri Guru Har Rai Ji was the son of Bhai Gurditta Ji the eldest son of 6th Guru, Shri Guru Hargobind Ji. Name the mother of Sri Guru Har Rai Ji 

Ans- Bibi Nihal Kaur

53. Name the Sikh Guru who remained on Gurgaddi from 1645 to 1661.

Ans- 7th Guru Shri Guru Har Rai Ji

54. Bakshishes ___________

Ans- Three important preaching missions started by Guru Har Rai Ji

55. Who was the youngest to become Sikh Guru at the age of 7

Ans- Guru Har Krishan Ji

56. Eighth Sikh Guru Shri Har Krishan ji was born on 7th July

1656 at which place?

Ans- Kiratpur Sahib (Dist Rupnagar)

57. Shri Guru Har Krishan Ji was the son of Guru Har Rai Ji. Name the mother of 8th Guru Ji.

Ans- Bibi Sulkhani Ji

58. Name the Sikh Guru who remained on Gurgaddi from 1661 A.D. to 1664 A.D.

Ans- Shri Guru Har Krishan Ji

59. Shri Guru Har Krishan Ji sat on Gurgaddi at the age of only SEVEN years. That is why he is also remembered as?

Ans- Bal Guru Ji

60. Which Sikh Guru was executed by Aurangzeb?

Ans- Guru Teg Bahadur Ji

61. Which Sikh Guru attained martyrdom in Delhi at a place
now called Sisganj Sahib

Ans- Guru Teg Bahadur Ji

62. City Anandpur was founded by ____________

Ans- Guru Teg Bahadur Ji

63. 9th Sikh Guru Shri Tegh Bahadur Ji (Childhood Name: Shri Tyag Mal Ji) was born on 1st April 1621. Name the place of birth.

Ans- Amritsar

64. Who identified Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur ji as a Guru at Baba Bakala Sahib(dist Amritsar) with the saying “Guru Ladho re, Guru Ladho Re”

Ans- Makhan Shah Lubana

65. Name the mughal ruler by whose orders Shri Guru Teg Bahadur was martyred on Nov 11, 1675

Ans- Aurangzeb

66. Name the three Sikh disciples who were executed before the execution of Guru Teg Bahadur ji.

Ans- Bhai Mati Das ji, Bhai Sati Das ji and Bhai Dyala ji

67. Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji sacrificed his life for the sake of Hindu religion. That is why he is still remembered respectfully as __________

Ans- Hind di Chaadar

68. Shri Anandpur Sahib town was founded by Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib Ji on June 19, 1665. What was is the original name?

Ans- Makhowal (Chakk Nanaki )

69. Name the Sikh Women who acted as one of the bodyguards of Guru Gobind Singh Ji & also fought a war with Mughals in 1705.

Ans- Mai Bhagho

70. Who was the founder of Damdami Taksal?

Ans- Guru Gobind Singh Ji

71. Masand system was started by Guru Arjan Dev Ji whereas abolished by

Ans- Guru Gobind Singh Ji

72. Language in which Guru Gobind Singh Ji created his poetry in

Ans- Brij Basha

73. Who was the court poet of Guru Gobind Singh Ji?

Ans- Bhai Nand Lal

74. Name the poetry written by Guru Gobind Singh Ji, filled by Vir Rasa

Ans- Chandi di Var

75. Who wrote ‘Zafarnama’ to Aurangzeb?

Ans- Guru Gobind Singh Ji

76. Battle of Chamkaur Sahib was fought between forces of the Mughal Empire and that

Ans- Guru Gobind Singh Ji

77. Sukhmani Sahib was composed by Guru Arjan Dev Ji wheras ‘Savaiye’ & ‘Jaap Sahib’ was composed by

Ans- Guru Gobind Singh Ji

78. Name the two Sahibzadas who were bricked to death by Mughals.

Ans- Sahibzada Zorawar Singh & Fateh Singh

79. The Birthplace of Guru Gobind Singh Ji was Patna Sahib wheras the demise place was

Ans- Hazoor Sahib {Nanded Sahib}

80. Name the four sons of Guru Gobind Singh Ji?

Ans- Ajit Singh, Jujhar Singh, Zorawar Singh, and Fateh Singh

81. Which Sikh Guru sent Banda Bahadur to defeat Mughal rulers?

Ans- Guru Gobind Singh Ji

82. Dasam Granth was written by __________

Ans- Guru Gobind Singh Ji

83. Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji was the father of 10th Guru Shri
Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Name the mother of the 10th Guru.

Ans- Mata Gujri ji

84. 10th Sikh Guru Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji was born on 22nd Dec 1666 at Patna Sahib. What was the childhood name of Guruji?

Ans- Guru Gobind Das ji or Shri Gobind Rai ji

85. Name the eldest son of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Ans- Sahibzada Ajit Singh Ji

86. Name the youngest Sahibzada.

Ans- Sahibzada Fateh Singh Ji

87. Sahibzada Ajit Singh ji and Sahibzada Jujhar Singh Ji were martyred by the Mughals in 1704. Name the battle in which they attained martyrdom.

Ans- Battle of Chamkaur Sahib

88. Nagara was beaten at the time of the start of the war, whenever 10th Guruji went on hunting tours and at the start of Langar. Name the Nagara.

Ans- Ranjit Nagara

89. Name the famous battle that was fought by 10th Guruji against the joint army of
the kings of hilly states in 1688 in which Guru Ji emerged victoriously.

Ans- Battle of Bhangani

90. On 30th March, 1699 Guru Gobind Singh Ji laid the foundation of which Historical Panth and Shri Anandpur Sahib Ji?

Ans- Khalsa Panth

91. Name the forest where Nabi Khan and Gani Khan the 2 Muslim brothers helped the Guru Ji.

Ans- Machhiwara

92. What is meant by “Paonta Sahib”

Ans- Space for a Foothold

93. 40 Muktas were those Sikhs who got martyrdom fighting for 10th Guru ji who granted Mukti to them at Khidrana. What is its new name?

Ans- Shri Muktsar Sahib

94. Name the head of the 40 Muktas who got martyrdom in the Battle of Khidrana.

Ans- Bhai Mohan Singh Ji

95. Name the Guruji who wrote the famous compositionsBachitar Natak.

Ans- Guru Gobind Singh ji

96. Which Mughal Ruler was at peace with Guru Gobind Singh ji?

Ans- Bahadur Shah I

97. Name the place known as Guru ki kasha

Ans- Damdama Sahib

98. Khalsa a collection of the army of Baptized Sikhs was established on 13th April (Baisakhi day) in 1699 at Anandpur by

Ans- Guru Gobind Singh ji

99. Name the festival which has a special significance due to the birth of Khalsa

Ans- Baisakhi

100. Name the Gurdwara which stands at the place where Khalsa was born.

Ans- Gurdwara Keshgarh Sahib in Anandpur Sahib
100. The position of the State of Punjab in term of the consumption of fertilizers by the farmers of Punjab?

Ans- 6th position (1st 2nd and 3rd are Gujrat, Maharashtra and Ahhdra Pardesh Resp.)

101. The important cotton-producing districts in Punjab are

Ans- Ferozepur, Faridkot, Muktsar, Bathinda, Sangrur, Ludhiana

102. Name the five disciples who were chosen as “Panj Pyaras” by Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Ans- Daya Singh, Dharam Singh, Himmat Singh, Mohkam Singh, Sahib Singh

103. Akal Takhat is situated at

Ans- Amritsar

104. Name the king who gold plated Sri Harmander Sahib.

Ans. Maharaja Ranjit Singh

105. Which Indian Ruler gave the land for building the Golden Temple?

Ans. Akbar

106. Punjab was known in the ancient period by the name of

Ans- Sapta Sidhu

107. In the Epic age, Punjab was known as

Ans- Panchnad

108. The Greeks referred to Punjab as

Ans- Penta Potamia

109. Punjab was invaded by Alexander in the year (Battle of Hydespus with Porus)

Ans- 326BC

110. During Mahabharata times Punjab was known by the name of

Ans- Panchananda

111. Name the place where World’s oldest university Takshashila was located?

Ans- Rawalpindi

112. What was the ancient name of the river Indus?

Ans- Sindhu

113. VITASTA was old name of river____________

Ans- Jhelum

114. PURUSNI was old name of river____________

Ans- Ravi

115. Satluj was earlier called __________

Ans- Shatudri

116. Which river was known as Askini in ancient times?

Ans- Chenab

117. Harappa was situated on bank of river____________

Ans- Ravi

118. Moenjodaro, a town of Indus Valley Civilisation was situated on the bank of River ______________

Ans- Ravi

119. The author Arthshashtra was _____________

Ans- Kautilya

120. The number of Puranas is ___________

Ans- 18

121. Who was the founder of the Ayurvedic System of Medicines?

Ans- Charak

122. Name the seven rives which flowed in Punjab during ancient times?

Ans- Sindhu, Satluj, Beas, Ravi, Chenab, Jhelum and Saraswati

123. Punjab that had been conquered by Alexander was soon captured by ____________

Ans- Chandragupta Maurya

124. ‘Trigartha’ was old name of city of __________

Ans- Jalandhar

125. What is meant by “Trigartha” ____________

Ans- Watered by three rivers
126. Jalandhar was watered by which three rivers?

Ans- Satluj, Beas, and Ravi

127. Seleucus was the successor of which ruler?

Ans- Alexander

128. Who wrote Ashtadhyae in Punjab?

Ans- Panini

129. Battle of hydaspes was fought between__________

Ans- Alexander and Porus

130. the Punjabi language is considered to be a successor of which language?

Ans- Sauraseni Prakrit

131. Hydaspes & Vitatsa was old name of river____________

Ans- Jhelum

132. At which place in Punjab region (ancient times) were the Ashokan Inscriptions found?

Ans- Taxila

133. Harappan civilization belongs to which age

Ans- Bronze age period

134. What is the importance of the town of sanghol (dist, Fatehgarh sahib)

Ans- Remains of Harappan civilization have been found here

135. Others sites in Punjab where remains have been found

Ans- Ropar, Rohirha (dist Sangrur), Sunet(dist Ludhiana)

136. Ramayan, Mahabharata and Bhagwat Gita were composed during which period

Ans- Aryan period

137. Name the Persian king who is believed to have completed the occupation of Punjab in 516 bc

Ans- Gustasp

138. Under mauryans the area known as modern Punjab was included in the larger province of Gandhara, its capital was

Ans- Takshila (now in Pakistan)

139. Who were the pioneers of “Punjabi Suba”?

Ans- Master Tara Singh and Sant Fateh Singh

140. Master Tara Singh was associated with which movement in Punjab?

Ans- Punjabi Suba Movement

141. What was the aim of the Punjabi Suba movement?

Ans- Reorganization of Punjab on linguistic basis

142. The Patiala and East Punjab state Union(PEPSU) was
state of India from

Ans- 1948-56

143. Who was the founder of Patiala city in 1763AD?

Ans- Baba Ala Singh

144. PEPSU was inaugurated on _________________

Ans- July 15, 1948

145. Who inaugurated PEPSU WAS_________?

Ans- Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel

146. The capital of PEPSU was _____________

Ans- Patiala

147. Who was the first Chief Minister of PEPSU?

Ans- Sardar Gian Singh Rarewala

148. Who was the first Rajpramukh(equivalent to Governor) of PEPSU (also last Maharaja of Patiala)?

Ans- Yadavindra Singh

149. PEPSU was formed after combining eight princely states and these were

Ans- Patiala, Jind, Nabha, Kapurthala, Faridkot, Kalsia, Malerkotla and Nalagarh

150. PEPSU was merged in Punjab state on

Ans- Nov 1, 1956

151. PEPSU High Court had its seat at

Ans- Patiala

152. PEPSU High Court was merged with Punjab High Court

Ans- 1956

153. The recommendations of which commission led to the linguistic reorganization of Punjab in 1966?

Ans- Shah Commission

154. Who was the chairman of 3 member Punjab boundary commission 1966?

Ans- Justice JC Shah

155. Name of the other two members?

Ans- S Dutt and MM Phillips

156. Name the act that was passed to reorganize Punjab?

Ans- Punjab Reorganization Act

157. When was Punjab Trifurcated?

Ans- On November 1st, 1966, to from Haryana and Himachal Pradesh

158. What was Anandpur Sahib Resolution of 1973?

Ans- It was a comprehensive document of demands framed by a committee of Akali dal, at Anandpur sahib on 16-17 October 1973.

159. When was the Rajiv-Longowal accord (Punjab Accord)

Ans- 24th July 1985

160. Dharm Yudh Morcha was launched by

Ans- Sant Harchand Singh Longowal in 1982

161. Name the operation taken up by Indian Military to remove armed Sikh separatists from Golden Temple in Amritsar

Ans- Operation Bluestar

162. Chandigarh remained the capital of Punjab from year______ to ____Before reorganization

Ans- 1952-1966

163. When was Chandigarh declared to be a union territory?

Ans- In the year 1966, after the trifurcation of Punjab

164. When was the administration of Chandigarh transferred from Chief Commissioner to its Administrator for the first time?

Ans- On 1 June 1984, the Governor of Punjab took over the direct administration of the UTChandigarh as the administrator

165. Who is the administrator of Chandigarh?

Ans- Governor of Punjab

166. Where does Chandigarh derive its name from?

Ans- Temple of “Chandi mandir”

167. The foundation stone of Chandigarh was laid in __________

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Ans- 1952

168. Rose Garden claimed to be Asia, Largest Rose Garden, was created in 1967 under the expert guidance of

Ans- Dr. M.S Randhwaa

169. Who was the first chief commissioner of Chandigarh?

Ans- Dr. M S Randhwaa

170. The first administrator of Chandigarh?

Ans- Bhairab datt Pandey

171. After whom the Rose Garden has been named?

Ans- India’s Former President Zakir Hussien

172. The Seat of Punjab High Court which was earlier in Shimla was shifted to Chandigarh on

Ans- 17th Jan 1955

173. Where in Punjab one can find a garden named ‘Shanti Kunj’?

Ans- Chandigarh

174. Rock Garden was the creation of

Ans- Nek Chand

175. What is the number of Lok Sabha constituencies in Chandigarh?

Ans- One

176. Who is the Present MP of Chandigarh?

Ans- Kirron Kher

177. What was the official language of Punjab till the arrival of British?

Ans- Persian

178. Who was the ruler of Kashmir at the time of Independence?

Ans- Hari Singh

179. The capital of Undivided Province of Punjab was

Ans- Lahore

180. Arya Samaj Movement was founded by ________

Ans- Swami Dayanand Sarasvati

181. The first unit of Arya Samaj was set up in Bombay and later the headquarters were moved to _________

Ans- Lahore

182. Views of Dayanand Sarswati were published in his literary work named_____

Ans- Satyarth Prakash

183. Dayanand Saraswati received his education on Vedas from ________

Ans- Swami Virjanda in Mathura

184. Name some freedom fighters who were the supporters of Arya Samaj?

Ans- Lala Hansraj, Lala Lajpat Rai, etc.

185. Who started the Kuka of Namdhari Movement?

Ans- Baba Balak Singh

186. Who was the successor of Baba Balak Singh?

Ans- Baba Ram Singh

187. Baba Ram Singh transferred the center of Namdhari movement too?

Ans- Village Bhaini near Ludhiana

188. Name some Kuka journals?

Ans- Nawan Hindustan, sacha marg and satyug

189. The Dev Samaj Movement was founded by

Ans- Shiv Narayan Agnihotri

190. Dev Samaj was established in 1887 at _________

Ans- Lahore

191. Who started the Nirankari Movement?

Ans- Baba Dayal, a merchant from Peshawar.

192. When and where was Nirankari darbar founded?

Ans- It was founded at Rawalpindi in 1851

193. Who was the founder of the Radha Swami Movement?

Ans- A Hindu banker named Shiv Dayal.

194. When and where was it founded?

Ans- In Agra in 19th century

195. Who was the governor-general of India when first Anglon Sikh battle was fought?

Ans- Lord Hardinge

196. The 1st Anglo – Sikh wars took place in_____________

Ans- 1845-1846

197. Name the only first Anglo Sikh war won by the Sikhs?

Ans- Battle of Baddowal on Jan 21st, 1846

198. Who were the commanders of Sikh and British forces in the Battle of Baddowal?

Ans- Ranjodh Singh Majjithia and sir Henry Smith respectively

199. Which battle established the British Rule in Punjab?

Ans- Battle of Chilianwala(during 2nd Anglo Sikh War)

200. Who was the last Maharaja of Punjab?

Ans- Daleep Singh

201. What was the Treaty of bhairowal?

Ans- It was concluded between sir henry Hardinge and Maharaja Dalip Singh after first anglo Sikh wars on 16 Dec 1846. Under the treaty, a council of regency consisting of 8 sardars was formed and it was decided that British troops would stay until Dalip Singh attained majority

202. Who was appointed as the resident after first anglo sikh wars?

Ans- Sir Henry Lawrence

203. Who was the governor-general of India when 2nd anglo sikh wars were fought?

Ans- Lord Dalhousie

204. Treaty of Lahore, 1846 was signed between

Ans- Daldeep Singh and Lord Dalhousie

205. What was the treaty of Lahore?

Ans- Maharaja Daleep Singh was declared as sovereign of Punjab, Territory between beas and satluj annexed by Britishers

206. Kashmir; which was once the part of Punjab was handed over to Gulab Singh for an amount of

Ans- 1 Crore

207. Which 2nd anglo Sikh battle is called the battle of guns?

Ans- Battle of Gujrat (1849)

208. Name the last anglo Sikh war

Ans- Battle of Gujrat, fought in Feb 1849, British forces won the battle

209. Name the Governor-General, who declared 1st AngloSikh war on 18th Nov 1845 and the war which last till February 10, 1846.

Ans- Lard Harding

210. 2nd Anglo-Sikh war was fought during 1848-49. Who was the governor-general of Punjab at that time?

Ans- Lard Dalhousie

211. Second Anglo Sikh war took place in the year

Ans- 1848-49

212. Punjab was annexed by Britishers in year

Ans- 1849

213. First lieutenant Governor of Punjab was

Ans- Sir john Lawernce

214. Who succeeded sir john Lawrence as the Lt. Governor of Punjab?

Ans- Sir Robert Montgomery

215. First railway line in Punjab was commenced from _______to ______ on 8feb 1859

Ans- Amritsar to Multan

216. Penal code was introduced in Punjab in a year?

Ans- 1862

217. When was Hindustan association of pacific coast was _______

Ans- In 1912, it was associated with Gardar movement

218. The first president of Hindustan association of pacific coast was at

Ans- Sohan Singh Bhakha

219. Headquarter of Hindustan association of pacific coast was at_________

Ans- San Francisco

220. The paper ‘Ghadar’ was started in year_________

Ans- 1913

221. Who was the chief editor of gadar?

Ans- Lala Hardyai

222. What is the other name of Gadar ashram opened in 1913?

Ans- Yugantar Ashram

223. Gadar party raised Indian Independence Army in _______

Ans- Iran

224. In which year was Swadeshi-Boycott movement was launched?

Ans- 1905

225. What was the time period of the Non Cooperation Movement?

Ans- 1920-22

226. Civil Disobedience Movement was launched in the year?

Ans- 1930

227. When was Quit India Movement started?

Ans- 8th Aug 1942

228. The Anarchical and Revolutionary Crime Act (1919) was popularly known as the

Ans- Rowlett Act

229. Which act was referred to as the “black act”

Ans- Rowlett Act

230. Rowlett Act was named after_______

Ans- Sir Sydney A T Rowlett

231. A T Jallianwala bagh people came to protest against the arrest of leaders like

Ans- Saifuddin Kitchloo and Satyapal

232. There was agitation against the arrest of Dr. Kitchlu and Dr. Satyapal. They were arrested by British according to which act

Ans- Rowlatt Act 18th march 1919

233. Rowlatt act authorizes the British govt to

Ans- Arrest and imprison any person without trial in a court of law

234. Gandhi Ji started Satyagraha Movement in 1919 in protest against the?

Ans- Enactment of Rowlatt act

235. Rowlett act was Rowlett act

Ans- Defence of India act 1915, enforced to limit civil liberties

236. What was the Rowlett act

Ans- Gave enormous power to the police to search a place nearest any person they disapproved of without warrant

237. Rowlett act was recommended by

Ans- Sedition committee chaired by Sidney Rowlett

238. Amrita bazaar Patrika called this black act

Ans- Gigantic blunder

239. When resigned from central law committee against rowlatt act

Ans- Moh. Ali Jinnah, madanmohan malviya, mazur ul haque n many more

240. In protests, Gandhi wrote in young India

Ans- This satanic govt. Cant be mended, it must be ended

241. Thousand of people gathered in the jallianwala bagh of Amritsar to celebrate

Ans- Festival of Baisakhi

242. Who came to the place with fifty and without any warning ordered them to shoot at the crowd.

Ans- Brigadier General Reginaid E.H. Dyer

243. Who was the Viceroy of India at the time of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre

Ans- Lord Chelmsford

244. Jallianwala Bagh Massacre

Ans- 13 April,1919

245. The ineffective inquiry and the initial accolades for Dyer by the House of Lord led to

Ans- Non-cooperation Movement of 1920-22

246. A memorial was built on the site designed by

Ans- Benjamin Polk and inaugurated by President of India Rajendra Prasad on 13 April 1961

247. What were the major impacts of the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre?

Ans- On may 30, 1919 Rabindranath Tagor renounced his knighthood. Gandhi returned the Kaiser-i-hind gold medel given to him for his work during Boer war. Dyer was removed from the job and sent to London, but he was never charged of any offence

248. Who killed General Dyer on March 13, 1940, when he was addressing a meeting in Caxton Hall, London?

Ans- Sardar Udham Singh

249. Name the commission was appointed to enquire into it _______

Ans- Hunter commission (headed by lord hunter)

250. What was the aim of gurdwara reform movement?

Ans- Liberation of gurdwaras from the control of mahants or priests who had acquired property rights over gurdwaras
251. On 15 Nov. 1920, Akalis formed a committee of 175 members and designated it as _________ and declared so from Akal Takht.

Ans- Sikh Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee, for management of all gurdwaras

252. Who was elected as a resident, VP, and Secretary?

Ans- Sundar Singh Makithia, Harbans Singh Attari, and Bhai Jodh Singh respectively

253. When and where was the first session of the Sikh league, a political body of Sikhs held?

Ans- In Amritsar in 1919

254. Where was Akali in a newspaper published from?

Ans- Lahore

255. Gurdwara Movement was also known as

Ans- Akali Movement

256. What was Nankana Sahib Massacre?

Ans- A group pf Sikhs was subjected to murderous assault at Nankana Saheb by Mahant Narain Das on Feb. 20,1921

257. What was jaito morcha?

Ans- Akali campaign launched in 1923for the restoration to his throne to maharaja Ripudaman Singh of Nabha

258. ‘Nabha day’ was observed on

Ans- 9 sep, 1923

259. What was the issue related to princely statae of Nabha?

Ans- Maharaja of Nabha Ripudaman Singh was forced to abdicate his throne in favour of his minor son Pratap Singh

260. The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee was found on_____

Ans- Nov 15, 1920

261. When was SGPC formed on 15 nov. 1920 declared as unlawful?

Ans- On October 12, 1923

262. When was Sikh Gurdwara Act passed?

Ans- Sikh Gurdwara Act was passed by provincial legislative bassembly on 9 july 1925

263. When was Sikh Gurdwara Act 1925 implemented?

Ans- From November 1, 1925

264. What did this act constitute?

Ans- Under this act a board renamed as Gurdwara Prabhandak committee was created for
administration of Gurdwara

265. Name the act through which Mahants were removed from Gurdwaras were to be managed through SGPC?

Ans- Sikh Gurdwara act, 1925

266. What is the tenure of SGPC?

Ans- 5 years or until the composition of the new committee

267. SGPC elections were first held in

Ans- 1926

268. Who was the first president of SGPC?

Ans- Baba Kharak Singh

269. First Secretary of SGPC was?

Ans- Master Tara Singh

270. The election for SGPC was held in the state on

Ans- Punjab, Haryana, Himachal and Chandigarh

271. Who enjoyed the longest tenure as president of SGPC?

Ans- Gurcharan Singh Tohra

272. SGPC elections are held under which act?

Ans- Sikh Gurdwara act 1925

273. Who convenes the first meeting of newly elected SGPC members?

Ans- DC of Amritsar

274. Who is the first non sikh DC of Amritsar to convene the first meeting of newly elected SGPC members?

Ans- Rajat Aggarwal

275. What was the most important cause for the outbreak the Ghadar revolution?

Ans- Kamagata Maru Incident (took place in 1914)

276. Name the weekly paper which was started by Lala Hardyal in 1907

Ans- Gadar

277. Gadar activist hire a Japanese Ship called

Ans- Kamagata maru

278. The initial name of Gadar Party was Pacific coast Hindustan Association &its 1st President was __________

Ans- Sohan Singh Bakhna

279. The Defence of India Act was passed in March 1915 due to ____

Ans- Kamagata Maru Incident

280. Ghadar Newspaper (Hindustan Ghadar) was published under the auspices of Yugantar Ashram and its Head Quarters was at __________

Ans- San Francisco

281. The Kamagata Maru ship was tok emigrate?

Ans- Canada

282. The ship Kamagata Maru sailed from?

Ans- Hong Kong

283. Which literature was disseminated on the board of the KGM (Kamagata Maru) ship?

Ans- Ghadarite Literature

284. Budge Budge riot is related to

Ans- KGM incident

285. KGM incident is related to which laws of Canada

Ans- Immigration laws

286. Barakhtulla, Tarak Nath Dass and Sohan Singh were the leaders of

Ans- Ghadar Revolution

287. In 2014, Govt of India released 2 coins of Rs 5and Rs 100 to commemorate the

Ans- KGM incident

288. Justin Tordeau has offered full apology in the House of Common in May 2016 for

Ans- KGM incident

289. Lions of the Sea is a novel based on KGM incident. It is penned by______

Ans- Jessi Thind

290. Who urged the ring leader of the KGM incident Gurdit Singh Sandhu to give himself up as True patriot and later he was imprisoned?

Ans- Mahatma Gandhi urged Gurdit Singh Sandhu

291. Who said these words:”The visions of men are widened by travel and contacts with
citizens of a free country will infuse a spirit of impendence and foster yearnings for
freedom in the minds of the emasculated subjects of alienrule.”

Ans- Gurdit Singh Sandhu

292. This Ship belongs to the whole in India, this is a symbol of the honour of India and if this was detained, There would be mutiny in the arimies”. These words are associated with_________

Ans- KGM incident

293. A memorial was built in 1952near Budge Budge to commemorate KGM incident. Who inaugurated this?

Ans- Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru

294. The “Singh Sabha” Movement was started at ___ in _______

Ans- Amritsar in 1873

295. What was the aim of this Movement?

Ans- To defend the sikh faith against any kind of onsalaught

296. When and where was an association named “Sri Guru Singh Sabha” was formed?

Ans- In Amritsar on 30 July 1873

297. The First Chairman of “Sri Guru Singh Sabha” was ___

Ans- Thakur Singh Ahluwalia

298. What was Singh Sabha Movement?

Ans- A step to remove the caste barriers in Sikhs and to stop Conversion of Skils

299. Who formed Singh Sabha Lahore?

Ans- Professor Gurmukh Singh

300. What was Khalsa Diwan?

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Ans- Singh sabha Amritsar was renamed as khalsa diwan in 1880

301. What was Anjuman-e Punjab?

Ans- It was founded in 1865 for translation of important English books into Punjabi

302. Who established the Khalsa Tract Society Amritsar?

Ans- Bhai Kaur Singh and Bhai Vir Singh for the purpose of issuing monthly tracts on sikh religion

303. Achievements of Singh Sabha Movement?

Ans- Passage of Anand Marriage act 1909, the foundation of sikh educational society 1908, etc.

304. What was Babbar Akali movement?

Ans- A step to remove the caste barriers in Sikhs and to stop conversion of skils

305. Who were the leaders of this movement?

Ans- Master Mota Singh and Kishan Singh Gargajj

306. What was Chakarvati jatha?

Ans- It was a secret organization formed by Kishan Singh to incite the peasants and soldiers against Britishers

307. How did Babbar alkalis work?

Ans- They targeted British officials and their informers and carried and British activities secretly

308. Sewa Singh Thikriwala was associated with which movement in Punjab?

Ans- Praja Mandal Movement

309. What was Punjab Ryasati Praja Mandal?

Ans- An organization that worked for securing political rights and liberty of people of princely states

310. When and where was it formed?

Ans- It was formed in 1928 and declaration was made in Mansa of Patiala princely state

311. Who was the president of Punjab Ryasati Praja Mandal?

Ans- Sewa Singh Thikriwala

312. Indus Water Treaty was signed in 1960 between

Ans- India and Pakistan

313. Indus Water Treaty restricted India’s right on only three rivers and these are

Ans- Satluj, Ravi, and Beas

314. Rivers meant for the usage of Pakistan under Indus Water
Treaty was

Ans- Indus, Chenab, and Jhelum

315. Who along with Bhim Sen Sachar was the architect of Giani-Sachar formula?

Ans- Giani Kartar Singh

316. The first President of the Central Sikh League, a political organization floated by the Sikh in March 1919 in Lahore

Ans- Gajjan Singh

317. Who was the main leader of Dharam Yudh Morcha Movement in Punjab?

Ans- Harcharan Singh Longowal

318. First Lady President of Congress was

Ans- Annie Besant (1917)

319. First Indian Lady President of Congress was

Ans- Saroijini Naidu (1928)

320. When and where was Bhagat Singh born?

Ans- 27 sep 1907 at Banga, Lyalpur, Pakistan

321. Who were the founders of HRA (Hindustan republic association)?

Ans- Ramprasad Bismil, Jogesh Chatterjee and Sachindanath Sanyal

322. Who formed the Kirti Party?

Ans- Sohan Singh josh and Santokh Singh, Bhagat Singh joined it later

323. Who was Punjab Naujwan Sabha formed?

Ans- In march 1926, Bhagat Singh was its Secretary

324. When was HRA recognized to form HSRA (Hindustan socialist republic

Ans- In September 1928

325. Bhagat Singh was executed on______

Ans- 23 March 1931

326. Which freedom fighter is known for writing “Why I am an Atheist”?

Ans- Bhagat Singh

327. The slogan ‘Inqilab Zindabad’ was given by________________

Ans- Bhagat Singh

328. The song ‘Pagri Sambhal jatta’ was composed by_______________

Ans- Bankey Dayal

329. Name the revolutionaries who threw bombs in the central legislative assembly in April 1929?

Ans- Bhagat Singh and Bk Dutt

330. When and where was shaheed Sukhdev Thapar born?

Ans- 15 May 1907 at nau ghara, Ludhiana

331. When did Bhagat Singh and jail mates launch hunger
strike in jail?

Ans- June 1929

332. When and where was shaheed Rajguru born?

Ans- 24 Aug 1908 at khed near Pune, Maharashtra he was a member of HSRA

333. When and where was Shaheed Udham Singh born and
what was his childhood name?

Ans- 26 Dec 1899, Sunam. his childhood name was Sher Singh

334. When and How did he avenge the Jallianwala Bagh

Ans- On 13 March 1940, assassinated Michael O ‘Dwyer In Caxton Hall, London

335. Name the freedom fighter who was one of the founder leaders of Bharat Naujwan sabha and also one of the founder members of Jamia milia Islamia university

Ans- Dr. Saifuddin Kichlew

336. Kartar Singh sarabha was sentenced to death in 1915 for his role in

Ans- Gadar conspiracy

337. Slogan ‘Jai Hind’ and ‘Give me Blood, I ‘ll give you
freedom ‘ was given by

And- Subash Chandra Bose

338. Who conceived the idea of the Indian National Army?

Ans- Mohan Singh in Mallaya

339. The all women regiment of INA was named

Ans- Rani Lakhmi Bai of Jhansi, name of the regiment was Rani Jhansi regiment

340. When did Subhash Chandra Bose join INA?

Ans- 1943

341. When did Bose set up a provisional Indian Government?

Ans- In October 1943, It was headquartered in Rangoon and Singapore

342. British held trials for the high officials of the Indian National Army at Red Fort. Name those high officials

Ans- Gubraksh Singh, Sahnivaj khan and Prem Kumar Saigal

343. Muslim League was formed in 1906 by

Ans- Khwaja Salimmullah, Syed Ahmed khan, Agha khan & Nawab Viquar Ul Mulk

344. Muslim League observed Direct Action day on

Ans- Aug16 1946

345. Muslim League announced ‘Pakistan Day’ on

Ans- March 23, 1943

346. Who was the Chairman of Punjab boundary commission

Ans- Sir Cyrill Radcliffe

347. Name the other members of the commission.

Ans- Justice Din Mohammad, justice Mohammad Munir, Justice Mehar Chand Mahajan, and justice Teja Singh

348. What was the Aim of Punjab Boundary commission

Ans- To demarcate the boundaries of the two parts of Punjab

349. On the division of Punjab (East Punjab & West Punjab), how much area went to West Punjab (now in Pakistan)

Ans- 70%

350. First Battle of Panipat was fought in

Ans- 1526

351. Mohammed bin Qasim, the first Muslim invader to come to India, entered Sindh from which pass

Ans- Khyber Pass

352. At which place, Akbar, the great was coronated.

Ans- Kalanuar

353. Battle of Panipat was fought in the year

Ans- 1556

354. The third battle of Panipat 1761 was fought was between

Ans- Ahamad Shah Abdali and Marathas

355. “Battle of Ten Kings” was fought for sharing of water of the river

Ans- Ravi

356. Third Battle of Panipat was fought in

Ans- 1761

357. Name the city founded by Sultan Firoz Shah Tughlaq?

Ans- Firozpur

358. Name the road earlier as Uttarapath or Shah-rah-eazam?

Ans- Grant Trunk Road

359. Battle of Firozshah(1845) was fought between

Ans- English, And Sikhs

360. Name the first empress of India who was imprisoned at
Fort in Bhatinda

Ans- Razia Sultan

361. First Battle of Terrain was fought in year 1191 between

Ans- Prithviraj Chauhan and Mohammed Ghori

362. The second Battle of Terrain was fought in year

Ans- 1192

363. The sword of Hazrat Ali is kept at

Ans- Anandpur Sahib

364. 800 year old the “Payal Fort” in Ludhiana was built by

Ans- Maharaja Amar Sahib

365. Who founded ferozpur

Ans- Firoz shah tughlaq

366. Mughal prince who sought the blessing of guru har rai ji

Ans- Dara shikho (aurangzeb’s brother)

367. During pre mohammadean period Bathinda was known as

Ans- Vikramgarh

368. Malwa and Doaba regions are seprated by the river.

Ans- Sutlej (in North Doaba and in South Malwa)

369. Presently, how many perennial rivers flow in Punjab?

Ans- 3 (Sutluj, Ravi & Beas )

370. Which river is known as the Backbone of Punjab?

Ans- Satluj

371. At which place, Beas and Satluj merge into one river retaining the name Satluj?

Ans- Harike near Ferozpur

372. River Indus originates from

Ans- Kailash Range

372. Gomal Pass in the Himalayas was mainly used for

Ans- Trade Purpose

374. Where does satluj originate from?

Ans- Rakes lake, near Mansarovar, in Tibet

375. Satluj enters Punjab plain nearЕЕ.

Ans- Nangal in Ropar district

376. Ravi enters fromЕЕ..

Ans- West of Rohtang pass in Kullu hills of Himachal Pradesh

377. Ravi enters Punjab atЕЕЕ.

Ans- Chaundh village on chamba border

378. Which river feeds the canal system of Bhakra nangal

Ans- Satluj

379. Name some towns situated on the banks of rivers satlujin Punjab?

Ans- `Phillaur, Ropar, Harike, Ferozpur

380. River Beas originates from

Ans- Beas Kund in Kullu hills near Rohtang pass

381. Beas enters Punjab thoughtЕЕЕЕ..

Ans- Talwara in Hoshiarpur district

382. Name the hydroelectricity project constructed on river

Ans- Shahpur Kandi project, downstream the thein dam.

383. What kind of river is Ghaggar?

Ans- Seasonal river that flows during monsoons.

384. Ghaggar originates at_________

Ans- Sarahah area of sirmaur dist in Himachal.

385. In Punjab Ghaggar flows through_________

Ans- Patiala, Sangrur and Mansa Dist.

386. In its course after Punjab (in Rajasthan), Ghaggar is
knowns as______

Ans- Hakra

387. What is the length of Bhakra Canal?

Ans- 1049km

388. From Which river, Sirhind Canal takes off?

Ans- Satluj

389. Hansi Butana Canal is an issue of dispute between

Ans- Haryana, and Punjab

390. Wetlands in Punjab declared as Ramsar sites

Ans- Harike, Kanji, Ropar

391. National Wetlands in PunjabЕЕ.

Ans- Ranjit Sagar wetland and Nangal

392. How many Wetlands does Punjab have?

Ans- 12 natural and 9 manmade wetland.

393. Which is the largest Wetland in North India?

Ans- Harike Pattan

394. Name the Wetland which has been designated as Wetland of National importance

Ans- Kanjali wetland in Kapurthala dist

395. Which lake has been recognized internationally by the Ramsar convention 2002 and listed in Wetlands of international importance

Ans- Kanjali lake

396. Conservation reserve in Punjab

Ans- Rakh Sarai Amanat Khan Conservation Reserve

397. Community reserve in Punjab

Ans- 2, Keshopur-Chhamba Reserve In Gurdaspur And Lalwan Reserve In Hoshiarpur

398. Name some wildlife sanctuaries in Punjab

Ans- Harike Pattan WLS, Bir Motibagh WLs in Patiala Nangal WLS etc.

399. Which Wildlife sanctuary is famous for the black buck?

Ans- Abhor sanctuary

400. What is the other name of famous Chhat Bir zoo near

Ans- Mahendra Chaudhary Zoological Park. it is famous for lion safari

401. The Ludhiana zoo is famous for _____

Ans- Tiger safari

402. Mini zoo in Neelon, Ludhiana is famous for_______

Ans- Deer park

403. Animal adoption scheme has been initiated in Punjab in ______

Ans- All the zoos

404. Areas where flood plain or bet soil is found

Ans- Parts of ropar , fazilka, zira and moga

405. Most productive and fertile soil group of the state

Ans- Loamy soil found in nakodar tehsil of Jalandhar dist, Phagwara tehsil and central parts of Kapurthala dist.

406. Punjab plains lie in __________

Ans- Indo Gangetic drainage system

407. How have the Punjab plains been formed?

Ans- By the deposition of alluvial brought down from the Himalayas

408. Sandy soil is found in Punjab

Ans- Bathinda, Mansa, Sangrur, some parts of Ferozepur and Ludhiana dist.

409. Kandi soil is found in _________

Ans- Pathankot, Gurdaspur, Ropar, Nawanshahar districts

410. Forest soil is found in ________

Ans- Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur, Ropar, Nawanshahar districts

411. Sierozems soils are found in _____

Ans- The grey colored and organic matter deficit soils are found in Taran Taran and Patti Tehsils, Fatehgarh Sahib, Patiala dist, Nakodar and Phillaur Tehsils, etc.

412. Desert soils are found in________

Ans- Abhor and Zira Tehsils, Bathinda, Muktsar, Manda, etc.

413. What type of climate does Punjab have?

Ans- Subtropical monsoon type climate

414. What type of monsoonal rainfall does Punjab receive?

Ans- Punjab receives rainfall through Southwest monsoon. Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal branch meet to give moderate rainfall

415. What does the arrival of monsoon indicate in Punjab?

Ans- Marks the start of agriculture year by the sowing of Kharif crops

416. How does Punjab receive winter rainfall?

Ans- Temperate cyclones from Mediterranean sea cause winter rainfall(western disturbances)

417. Winter rainfall is beneficial for?

Ans- Rabi crops.

418. Monsoon is withdrew in Punjab in _______

Ans- Month of September

419. The major dialects of Punjab- “Majhi” is spoken in Amritsar & Gurdaspur districts whereas “Doabi” is spoken in

Ans- Jalandhar & Hoshiarpur Districts

420. The Punjabi Dialects- “Pwadi” is spoken in Kharar, Ropar & Rajpura whereas ” Malawi” is spoken in

Ans- Ludhiana, Bathinda & Malerkotla aras

421. Which Punjabi dialect is used as ‘Taxali’ or standard Punjabi which is used as an official language?

Ans- Majhi

422. Shahpuri dialect is spoken in

Ans- Pakistani Punjab

423. The geographical area of Punjab is

Ans- 50, 362 Sq. km

424. The Forest Area of Punjab is

Ans- 6.12% of the total state area

425. The forest area of Punjab is

Ans- 3055Sq km

426. Reserved forests constitute ________of total forest area.

Ans- 1.43%

427. Protected forests constitute_________ of total forest area.

Ans- 36.87%

428. Unclassed forests constitute_________ of total forest

Ans- 61.70

429. Which district in Punjab has Maximum forest cover?

Ans- Hoshiarpur

430. Minimum Forest Cover is Found in District of

Ans- Kapurthala

431. The area is between rivers Beas and Satluj is called

Ans- Bist Doab

432. Singh Sagar Doab is an area between which two rivers?

Ans- Indus and Jhelum

433. Doaba is Region between rivers

Ans- Beas and Satluj

434. Main cities in the Doab region are

Ans- Jalandhar, Hoshiapur, Nawashahar., Kapurthala

435. Malwa is region to the south of Satluj and important districts in this region are

Ans- Ludhiana, Patiala, Sangur, Bathinda and Mohali

436. Majha region contains important districts of

Ans- Amritsar, Pathankot, Gurdaspur, and Tarn tarn

437. The modern districts Amritsar, Pathankot, Gurdaspur &Tarn Taran comes under

Ans- Majha region

438. Between which two rivers lies plain of Majha?

Ans- Ravi and Beas

439. Rachna Doab is the area between the river

Ans- Chenab and Ravi

440. What is the name of Doab between rivers Jhelum and Chenab?

Ans- Chajh Doab

441. Maharaja Ranjit Singh museum is in__________

Ans- Amritsar (It is the summer place of Maharaja Ranjit Singh that has been transformed into a Museum)

442. Where is Guru The Bahadur museum?

Ans- Anandpur Sahib

443. Name the museum is Punjab which is known for its collection of antiques from Punjab’s ancient civilizations

Ans- Sanghol museum viilagbe sanghol dist. Fatehgarhsahib

444. The museum of armoury and chandeliers is in_________

Ans- Qila Mubarak, Patiala

445. The sports museum of national institutes of sports isin__________

Ans- Patiala

446. What is the shape of the map of the Punjab States?

Ans- Triangular

447. Punjab touches the border of how many India states?

Ans- 4

448. Area wise Punjab is 50362km whereas the population is (asper census 2011)

Ans- 2.77cr

449. The State animal of Punjab is Blackbuck (Kala Hiran )whereas the state tree is

Ans- Shisham (Tahli)

450. District of Punjab having maximum Population

Ans- Ludhiana

451. Smallest District of Punjab is________

Ans- Fatehgarh Sahib

452. Which district of Punjab has been renamed as Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar?

Ans- Nawashahar

453. Newest Districts of Punjab are

Ans- Fazilkha and Pathankot

454. The least populated districts of Punjab is Barnala (5.95lacks) whereas the most populous Districts is

Ans- Ludhiana 34.99lacs

455. The smallest districts are Fatehgarh Sahib whereas the largest is

Ans- Ferozepur

456. How many total Tehsils, Sub tehsils & Districts are there in Punjab?

Ans- 81,86 & 22 respectively

457. Districts of Punjab which has maximum Population

Ans- Ludhiana

458. Which state has the highest proportion of SCPOPULATION?

Ans- Punjab

459. Second largest Town of Punjab is

Ans- Amritsar

460. The north most city of Punjab state is

Ans- Amritsar

461. Jalandhar falls in which region?

Ans- Doaba

462. Phillaur is a town in Punjab, situated on bank ofriver_______

Ans- Satluj

463. Approximately what % age of food grain in India is produced by Punjab

Ans- 11.8%

464. Largest grown crop in Punjab is________

Ans- Wheat

465. In which month sugarcane is sown In Punjab?

Ans- March- April

466. What percentage of Punjab’s total area under cultivation are irrigated areas?

Ans- 97%

467. Ferozepur is having the highest procurement of cotton whereas Ludhiana is having the maximum yield of_________

Ans- Maize

468. The district is known as area of white gold

Ans- Mansa

469. The maximum yield of paddy is produced from Sangrurwhereas the maximum yield of wheat is from

Ans- Fatehgarh Sahib

470. What percentage of the population depends on Agriculture in Punjab

Ans- 80 %

471. Which town is known as the ”California of Punjab ” for the production of knowledge?

Ans- Abohar

472. Which is the commercial crop of Punjab?

Ans- Cotton

473. In which district of Punjab maximum Cattle are found?

Ans- Ropar

474. Rabi or Spring Harvest of Punjab include

Ans- Wheat, Garm, Barley Potatoes, etc

475. Kharif or Autumn harvest of Punjab consists of

Ans- Rice, Maize, Sugarcane, Cottan and Pulses


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