Q.1: The _____________ is a piece of land that is surrounded by water on three sides.
Q.2: The north-south extent from Kashmir to Kanyakumari is about ___________ km.
Q.3: India is located in the ___________ hemisphere.
Q.4: India has an area of about _______ million sq. km.
Q.5: The local time in India changes by ________ minutes for every one degree of latitude.
Q.6: The longitude of ________ is taken as the Standard Meridian of India.
a) 700 30′ E
b) 970 25′ E
c) 820 30′ E
Q.7: Sri Lanka is separated from India by ______ Strait.
Q.8: __________ countries share land boundaries with India.
Q.9: The states of India have mainly been formed on the basis of _____________.
Q.10: Him + alaya means ______________.
a) abode of snow
b) abode of water
c) abode of nature
Q.11: Mount Everest is located in _________ range.
Q.12: A river or stream which contributes its water to a main river by discharging it into main river from either side is known as ____________.
a) water fall
Q.13: _____________________ form the world’s largest delta (Sunderban delta).
Q.14: Where the rivers enter into the sea, that point is called the ____________ of the river.
a) starting point
Q.15: Many popular hill stations are situated in ____________ range.
Q.16: In the western part of India, lies the _____________________ desert.
a) Great Indian
Q.17: The __________ Ghats are broken and uneven.
Q.18: Which of the following is west-flowing river that drain into Arabian Sea ?
Q.19: _____________ are the coral islands that are located off the coast of Kerala.
a) Andaman and Nicobar Islands
b) Lakshadweep Islands
Q.20: Corals are skeletons of tiny marine animals called _________.
Q.21: ____________ is a huge sea wave generated due to an earthquake on the sea floor.