Quiz: How Indian Are You?
Questions : 12
| Total Attempts: 48
| Recent Updated: 28-Nov-2022
Indian is the nationality of the country India. It is said to be a democratic country where people of different religions live together. The Flag of India has three primary colors: Orange on the top, White in the middle, and Green at the bottom with a blue wheel at the center of the White which is known as Ashoka Chakra. The various languages spoken in India are Bengali, Dogri, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Konkani, Bhojpuri, Ladakhi, Malayalam, Urdu, and many more. Indian cuisines are now more in demand all over the world. The majority of Indian people are either Hindu or Muslim. India also has discrimination on the basis of minorities which are Christianity, Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism, Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Bahai, Irreligion, and many more. India has been named after the legendary Emperor Bharata, a descendant of the Bharatas tribe and a scion of the Kuru dynasty who unified the Indian subcontinent under one realm. India has one of the seven wonders of the World named the Taj Mahal located in Agra which was built by Emperor Shah Jahan. The total population counted has been marked as approximately 1.4 billion people where Uttar Pradesh is the most populated state in India.
1. Which song do you remember?
A. Why this Kolaveri Di
B. Buttons by Pussycat Dolls
C. Diamonds by Rihanna
D. Kabhi yaadon mein
2. Who is your favorite Indian actor?
A. Vicky Kaushal
B. Salman Khan
C. Shah Rukh Khan
D. Amitabh Bachhan
3. Who is your favorite Indian actress?
A. Katrina Kaif
B. Disha Patani
C. Deepika Padukone
D. Shradhha Kapoor
4. What is yellow in color?
B. Red Chilli Powder
C. Coriandar Powder
5. Who is your favorite Indian rapper?
D. Honey Singh
6. What type of songs would you prefer?
7. Which Prime Minister would you choose?
A. Pratibha Patil
B. Jawahar Lal Nehru
C. Manmohan Singh
D. Narendra Modi
8. Which pickle would you prefer?
A. I don’t like pickles
B. Jackfruit pickle
C. Mixed pickle
D. Mango Pickle
9. Which currency note do you use the most?
A. Arabic Currency (Dirhams)
B. British (US Dollars)
D. Indian (INR)
10. Which part of India have you visited the most?
11. Which state you have visited once in a while?
12. Which is your favorite sweet dish?
D. Gulab Jamun
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