Kerala PSC Geography Question and Answers - 37

1. The peculiar feature of which Himalayan range is peaks which exceed 8000 m?

2. Which valley is situated between the Great Himalayas and the Pir Panjal range?

3. In which Himalayan region is the lakes of Dal and Wular are situated?

4. Which river forms meanders in the Kashmir Valley?

5. Which is the southern most range of Himalayas?

6. Which area of Himalayas are known as the storehouse of the timber?

7. Which range of Himalayas are famous for the valleys known as 'Duns'?

8. What is the name of the marshy foothills of Himalayas?

9. What is the name of the summer grasslands in the higher reaches of Himalaya?

10. Which is the thrid highest peak in the world?

11. In which Indian state is the Kanchenjunga peak situated?

12. What is the literal meaning of 'Kanchenjunga'?

13. The literal meaning of which Himalayan peak is the 'Great Black'?

14. Which Himalayan peak has the literal meaning of 'South Peak'?

15. Which mountain pass connects Kashmir & Ladakh?

16. Which mountain pass connects Manali & Lahul in Himachal Pradesh?

17. Which mountain pass connects Sikkim & Tibet?

18. Which places are connected by the Lanak Pass in Jammu & Kashmir?

19. Which city is known as 'India's Health Capital'?

20. Which is the Tea City of India?

21. Which nomadic people are inhabiting in the valleys of Great Himalayan Range?

22. What is the importance of the places known as 'Prayags'?

23. Dehra Dun Valley is situated in which Himalayan range?

24. Along the foothillsof Himalaya, the deposition of pebbles, gravel and sand brought by the rivers is known as ___?

25. Geographically, which mountain range seperates northern India from southern India?

26. What is the regional name of Mount Everest in Tibet?

27. Which is the highest peak in Purvachal?

28. Naga Hills from Manipur Hills are separated by:

29. Loktak lake is situated at:

30. Which hill in Purvachal is previously known as Lushai Hills?

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