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All About Delhi, India

If you thought Delhi was only the airport that serves as the entrance to India, you are likely to think again after this quiz. Delhi has an incredible number of historical sites in a single city - over 1,000. Unless otherwise specified, the terms Delhi and New Delhi are used interchangeably in this quiz.


 

Quiz ID:#25839
Fun:*** (2.16)
Difficulty:** (1.75)
Category:Geography > Cities
Created By:nidhikailaAin*****!

 

 

 



#1   Which of the following historical monuments is in Delhi?






#2   Which of the following prestigious academies is based in Delhi (the term Delhi includes New Delhi)?




#3   The term "NCT of Delhi", with reference to the political boundaries of Delhi, refers to the:





#4   Which of these universities is NOT based in Delhi / New Delhi?







#5   Delhi is said to be built on seven ancient cities. Which of the following is NOT among the seven?






#6   The Akshardham temple, among the newest temples in the city, has entered the Guiness Book of Records for being the world's largest Hindu temple complex.




#7   Which of the following tourist spots is NOT in Delhi?







#8   The river that flows through Delhi is the:




#9   Ghalib, arguably the most noted poet of Urdu, was based in Delhi.




#10   The President's Estate, located in New Delhi, is officially called Rashtrapati Bhavan.




 

 


   



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