Indian Culture General Studies MCQs

11. Kargam is a folk dance of which state?

[A] Kerala
[B] Tamil Nadu
[C] Karnataka
[D] Andhra Pradesh

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12. The famous painting “Bani Thani” is from which among the following styles of Painting?

[A] Kishangarh Painting
[B] Phad Painting
[C] Rajput painting
[D] None of them

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13. which among the following Muslim writers has written the famous Hindi work “Padmavat”?

[A] Malik Muhammad Jayasi
[B] Abdul Rahim Khan-I-Khana
[C] Amir Khusro
[D] Bulleh Shah

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14. Vedic mythology refers to an ancient settlement called Pushkalavati after Pushkal, who was the son of King Bharata in the epic Ramayan. What is the modern location of Pushkalavati?

[A] Panipat
[B] Pushkar
[C] Peshawar (in Pakistan)
[D] Punjab

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15. In field of Music, which among the following state Governments gives Tana Riri Award every year?

[A] Rajasthan
[B] Madhya Pradesh
[C] Gujarat
[D] Maharashtra

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16. Partha was the name of which of the following character in Mahabharta?

[A] Arjuna
[B] Bhima
[C] Krishna
[D] Yudhisthara

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17. How Kumbh mela is organised in India?

[A] Every 4 years at 3 location
[B] Every 12 years at 4 locations
[C] Every 3 years at 4 locations
[D] Every 4 years at 4 locations

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18. In which of the following states Devnimori stupa related to Buddhism is located?

[A] Madhya Pradesh
[B] Andhra Pradesh
[C] Karnataka
[D] Gujarat

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19. The Muslim festival ‘Barawafat’, where the word ‘barah’ stands for the twelve days of the Prophet’s sickness, refers to which among the following events of life of Prophet Mohammad? 

[A] Birth of Prophet Mohammad
[B] Marriage of Prohet Mohammad
[C] Prophet Mohamad’s travel from Mecca to Medina
[D] Farewell Pilgrimage of Prophet Mohammad

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20. As recorded by Abulfazl, Akbar, the great used to play which among the following music instruments?

[A] Dholak
[B] Tabla
[C] Nakkara
[D] Mridang

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