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.

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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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