Karnataka Quizzes & Trivia
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Sample QuestionThe frequencies of two tuning forks are 480 cps and 480.05 cps respectively. When sounded together, after how much interval the maximum sound will become half if the minimum intensity is zero ?
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Sample QuestionOn what date was the State of Mysore formed which eventually got renamed as Karnataka in 1973?
Who composed the famous song Udayavagali namma cheluva kannada nadu that stands for†Let our charming Kannada land dawn!.
Huilgol Narayana RaoHttp://www.kamat.com/kalranga/kar/leaders/13758.jpg This composition was sung as a welcome song at the All India Congress Session held at Belgaum under the President-ship of Mahatma Gandhi. This song infused a new spirit among
Which city in Karnataka is a major contributor to silk production and processing in India?
DoddaballapuraThe city is popularly called as Silk City as lot of textile and small scale Silk industries are there in the city. This town was once known for its famous hand woven silk. Doddaballapur was once known as Indian Manchester of textiles.
On what date was the State of Mysore formed which eventually got renamed as Karnataka in 1973?
November 1st, 1956The State of Mysore was created based on the States Reorganization Act which organized Indias states and union territories along linguistic lines. Mysore state was formed on November 1, 1956, merging the Kannada-speaking regions of
Which were the first kingdoms to use Kannada in administration?More
Kadamba and Western Ganga kingdomsDecline of Mauryan empire led to the rise of the earliest native kingdoms, the Kadambas and the Western Gangas, marking the regions emergence as an independent political entity. The Kadamba Dynasty, founded by Mayura