Himachal Pradesh History General Knowledge Questions-51

771. What does the Kinner means?

  • a) People living in Kinnaur.
  • b) Krishna varna of the people
  • c) Halfman and halfhorse
  • d) People with magic powers and living near Kailash Mountains.

772. Kinners are:

  • a) Postoral tribe
  • b) Nomadic  tribe
  • c) Hunting tribe
  • d) none of these

773. Kinners are:

  • a) Polygamous
  • b) Monogamous
  • c) Polyandrous
  • d) Both a and b

774. The Gaddis found in Himachal are:

  • a) Semi nomadic
  • b) Semi-pastoral
  • c) Semi-agricultural
  • d) All of these

775. Where do we find the largest agglomeration of Gaddis in Himachal Pradesh?

  • a) Bajaura in Kullu
  • b) Bharmour in Chamba
  • c) Kaza in Lahaul-Spiti
  • d) Ribba in Kinnaur

776. The Gaddis are:

  • a) Monogamous
  • b) Polygamous
  • c) Polyandrous
  • d) None of these

777. “Pangwala tribes” found in Himachal Pradesh in:

  • a) Kinnaur, Kalpa
  • b) Chamba, Pangi
  • c) Kangra, Bara Bangal
  • d) Lahaul-Spiti, Killar

778. Pangwalas are:

  • a) Monogamous
  • b) Polygamous
  • c) Polyandrous
  • d) None of these

779. “Janji ao Jani” is a type of marrige prealent amoung Pangwala, means:

  • a) Inferior marrige
  • b) Love marriage
  • c) Superior marriage
  • d) Elopement

780. “Topi Jani” is a type of marriage prevalent among Pangwala, means:

  • a) Superior marriage
  • b) Inferior marriage
  • c) Love marriage
  • d) Forceful abduction


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