Important Indian Cities Founders :
- India is the 7th largest country in the world in terms of area and 2nd largest in terms of population. With a landscape and culture so diverse, there are many things we need to know about our motherland. Here we have interesting questions on the 10 Less Known Nicknames of Indian Cities for class 3 kids.
- Any guesses on the number of cities and towns we have in our country? 4,000! Yes, you heard that right. India has 4,000 cities. Obviously, some cities are a little more famous than the other ones. The topic “Cities of India” forms an important part of static GK for the students. Solve these exciting questions to find out how much you know about the most popular cities of India.
- Class 1 is a crucial stage for students as they have just stepped into the school. They are unaware of their surroundings and have minimal knowledge about it. So, learning basic general awareness will enhance their knowledge and current affairs for Class 1. Here we have compiled GK Questions for Class 1. These quiz questions for Class 1 cover a wide range of areas such as animals, plants, birds, parts of the human body, means of transport, etc. Solving these GK questions will not only strengthen students’ general awareness but also build their vocabulary.
- The general knowledge for class 1 questions will improve students’ awareness about current affairs. The questions in the worksheets are provided on different topics such as about myself, parts of body, plants, birds, animals etc. To access GK questions for 1st standard click on the link below. On visiting the page, students will find the GK questions for class 1 with answers in PDF format for offline studies as well.
- Important Indian Cities Founders :
|Agra||Sikandar Lodi||Uttar Pradesh||In 1504|
|Ahmedabad||Ahmed Shah I||Gujarat||In 1411|
|Ajmer||Ajayraja II (Son of Prithviraj I)||Rajasthan||–|
|Allahabad (as ILLAHABAS)||Akbar||Uttar Pradesh||In 1575|
|Ambala||Amba Rajput King||Punjab||During 14th century|
|Amritsar||Guru Ram Das (4 th Sikh Guru)||Punjab||In 1574|
|Bijapur (Vijayapura)||Yosuf Adil Shah||Karnataka||–|
|Bikaner||Rao Bika||Rajasthan||In 1488|
|Faizabad||Founded by Ali Vardi Khan, nawab of Bengal.||Uttar Pradesh||In 1730|
|The foundation was laid by Saadat Khan, the second Nawab of Awadh|
|Fatehpur Sikri||Akbar||Uttar Pradesh||In 1569|
|Ghaziabad||Wazir Ghazi-ud-din||Uttar Pradesh||In 1740|
|Hampi||Harihara Raya I||Karnataka|
|Bukka Raya I|
|Hyderabad||Md.Quli Qutub Shah||Telangana||In 1589|
|Jaipur||Raja Jai Singh II||Rajasthan||In 1727|
|Jaunpur||Feroz Shah Tuglaq||Uttar Pradesh||In 1359|
|Jodhpur||Rao Jodha||Rajasthan||In 1459|
|Madras||Francis Day and||Tamil Nadu||In 1640|
|Muradabad||Rustam Khan||Uttar Pradesh||In 1625|
|Pondicherry||François Martin||Union Territory||In 1674|
|Srinagar||Pravarsena II||Jammu & Kashmir|
|Tuglaqabad||Ghiasuddin Tughlak||Delhi||In 1320|
|Vijayanagar||Harihara I and Bukka Raya I||Karnataka||In 1336|
|Warangal||Beta Raja I||Andhra Pradesh||12th century|