Himachal Pradesh Geography General Knowledge Questions-64

In Himachal Pradesh Gujjars are living in many districts and they live nomadic life. Gujjars in Himachal Pradesh are from both Hindi and Muslim communities.


911. The highest population of Gujjars is in district:

  • a) Solan
  • b) Sirmour
  • c) Hamirpur
  • d) Bilaspur

912. The district having the highest number of villages in the state is:

913. Mata Badri Devi mela is celebrated in:

  • a) Jogindernagar
  • b) Sundernagar
  • c) Sarkaghat
  • d) Baddi

914. Sippi fair is held in praise of:

  • a) Lord Shiva
  • b) Lord Krishna
  • c) Lord Parshuram
  • d) Lord Ganesha

915. Chaichu mela, a religious fair is celebrated in March at Rewalsar in district:

  • a) Shimla
  • b) Mandi
  • c) Bilaspur
  • d) Kangra

916. Bhudi Diwali is a festival of victory of Khashas over:

  • a) Kols
  • b) Rajputs
  • c) Kunindas
  • d) Brahmins

917. Lal Chand Prarthi in his book “Kulut Desh ki Kahani” has described the celebration of Diwali due to:

  • a) Khash -Nag struggle
  • b) Rajput-Brahmin struggle
  • c) Ram and Ravana struggle
  • d) Kaurav and Pandava struggle

918. Bhudhi Diwali festival is celebrated in January during full moon time. it is also known as:

  • a) Khojala
  • b) Ujala
  • c) Losar
  • d) None of these

919. Person of following caste is put on the rope made of a special grass called “Munji” during Bhunda ceremony-

920. on the conclusion of Kullu Dushehra , the Chariot of Lord Raghunathji goes to:

  • a) Hidimba Temple
  • b) Sultanpur Temple
  • c) Jagatsukh Temple
  • d) Mandava Temple


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