Grade 4 Discover : Set 13 Copy
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In 2017, Himachal Pradesh became the second state in India to have two capital cities. Dharamshala became the winter capital while Shimla continues to be the summer capital.
Another UT in India follows this system. From May to October, all the government offices are housed in the summer capital and from November to April, the offices are housed in the winter capital of the state.
Often known as the crown of India, name the only other Indian UT that has two capitals?CorrectIncorrect
Where does the crown go?
Gautam Buddha is believed to have achieved enlightenment in the city of Bodh Gaya in ____. Bhagwan Mahavir, who founded Jainism, was also born in the same state.
And that’s not all! The tenth and last Sikh guru, Guru Gobind Singh, was born here and attained sainthood in the region.
The name of this state comes from the Sanskrit word ‘Vihara’ meaning ‘abode’. The region that makes up the present state was home to many Buddhist Viharas or monasteries in ancient times.
Which state am I talking about?CorrectIncorrect
Bordering Tibet in the north and northeast, Bhutan in the east, Nepal in the west, and West Bengal in the south, this state was the first to officially ban disposable plastic bags in 1998.
On a clear day, one can even see the peak of Kanchenjunga, the 3rd highest peak in the world, from this state’s capital city – Gangtok!
Name the state.CorrectIncorrect
The official state animal is the red panda. We might best know this animal as Master Shifu from Kung Fu Panda!
Meghalaya was a secluded region until the British decided to build a road linking Bengal and Assam through the region.
By the 1830s, almost all the local rulers of Meghalaya submitted to the British and were under their rule for the next century.
The most-widely spoken languages of Meghalaya are Khasi, Garo and Jaintia, but none of them is the official language of the state.
What, then, is Meghalaya’s official language?CorrectIncorrect
Known for its tasty Biriyanis, X is one of the fastest growing cities in India.
With a rich cultural past, the Charminar and Golkonda fort are major tourist attractions.
Major languages spoken here are Telugu, Dakhini, and Hindi.
It is the capital of India’s youngest state.