General Knowledge Questions Answer GK Quiz

GK General Knowledge - Art And Culture Question Answer Quiz

Q. Which of the following luminaries from the field of music were awarded the Bharat Ratna in the year 2001.
I. Ustad Bismillah Khan
II. Lata Mangeshkar
III. Naushad
Correct code is -

1) Only I
2) Only II
3) Only I and II
4) All I, II and III

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Q. Who among the following was a famous Qawwall singer?
1) Nazia Hassan
2) Begum Akhtar
3) Nusrat Fatech Ali Khan
4) Bade Ghulam Ali Khan

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Q. Which State's short documentary film, Chi Lupo was won Dada Saheb Phalke Award, 2020?
1) Manipur
2) Nagaland
3) Meghalaya
4) Arunachal Pradesh

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Q. The book The Battle of Belonging: On Nationalism, Patriotism, And What It Means To Be Indian has been written by -
1) Raj Deep Sardesai
2) Shashi Tharoor
3) Farookh Abdulla
4) Barkha Dutta

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Q. Wangla Festival is celebrated in the following state -
1) Mizoram
2) Meghalaya
3) Manipur
4) Tripura

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Q. Which are the major folk dances of Uttar Pradesh?
1) Bihu, Ghoomar, Garba
2) Charkula, Karma, Pandav
3) Rau Nacha, Bhangra, Rouff
4) Lavani, Kathak, Kathakali

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Q. The book Silent Spring published in 1962 which set the tone for an environment movement in the world, was written by -
1) Carolyn Merchant
2) Karl Marx
3) Rachel Carson
4) Rajgopalan

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Q. Chandimangala was composed in which one of the following languages during the 16th century CE?
1) Sanskrit
2) Tamil
3) Bengali
4) Oriya

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Q. Who was the author of the book Plagues and Peoples?
1) William H. McNeill
2) W.I. Thomas
3) Rachel Carson
4) David Cannadine

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Q. A Promised Land, is a book authored by -
1) Barack Obama, Former US President
2) Dr. Man Mohan Singh, Former Prime Minister
3) Anthony Charles Lynton Blair, Former Prime Minister UK
4) Antonio Guterres, UN Secretary General

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