Quiz No:2136 Indian Geography Online Practice Test for SSC, UDC, TET, CDS, RRB, UPSC, KarnatakaPSC, JPSC, BiharSSC Exams

Indian Geography Practice Questions for WBPSC, RRB, TET, HaryanaPSC, UPSC, CivilsPrelims, CDS, NDA Exams

Arrange the following rivers from South to North:
1. Cauvery
2. Krishna
3. Godavari

4. Mahanadi


Why does the west coast of India receive more rainfall from southwest monsoon than the east coast?


The source of winter rains in northern plains is the


The ‘Chilka lake region’ lies in between the deltas of:


The River Brahmaputra flows through how many states?


River Damodar is called ‘Sorrow of Bengal’ because it:


Shyok is a tributary of:


India has both floods and drought as the


The major source of rainfall in coastal Tamil Nadu is the


In the decreasing order of the length of the rivers, the correct sequence is:


Which of the following is true with regard to the characteristics of the Himalayan Rivers?

I. Many of them have their sources in the Inner Himalayas
II. They have a perennial flow
III. They have a great capacity for erosion

IV. They do not form gorges


Match the following:

Rivers –Origin
A. Indus 1. Uttarakhand
B. Ganga 2. Tibet
C. Godavari 3. Madhya Pradesh
D. Narmada 4. Maharashtra
5. Karnataka



Teesta forms a part of which major river system?


By what name is the Ganga known in Bangladesh?


Which of the following is false?


Which of the following peninsular rivers is westward flowing?


Which of the following rivers is known as ‘Vridha Ganga’?


What is the normal date of burst of monsoon in Mumbai?


The river Godavari is often referred to as Vridha Ganga because:


Match the following:

A. Flows between the Satpuras and the Vindhyas
B. Forms a delta in Orissa
C. Hemavati, Herangi and Amravati are tributaries
D. Riveralso known as Tsangpo

1. Mahanadi
2. Narmada
3. Brahmaputra
4. Cauvery
5. Krishna



Most of the rivers flowing westward from the Western Ghats do not form deltas because:


Which of the following pairs are correctly matched?

1. Narmada : Jabalpur
2. Godavari : Nasik
3. Mahanadi : Cuttack

Select the correct answer using the codes given below:


Which of the following are the features of the Himalayan Rivers?

I. They are of youthful nature, forming deep gorges and performing intense erosional activity
II. They are free to form their courses and follow a dendritic pattern
III. They have very large basins


Given here are four places situated on the banks of the Narmada :

1. Jabalpur
2. Mandla
3. Amarkantak
4. Bharuch

In which order do these places occur from the source of the river to its mouth?


In which river and district is the Chitrakote Falls formed?