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Madhya Pradesh Quiz Questions

Map of India showing location of Madhya Pradesh

Map of India showing location of Madhya Pradesh (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1. Which state is to the east of Madhya Pradesh?
a) Chhattisgarh
b) Kerala
c) Haryana
d) Punjab

2. Which state is to the south of Madhya Pradesh?
a) Bihar
b) Maharashtra
c) Assam
d) Sikkim

3. When was Chhattisgarh separated from Madhya Pradesh?
a) 26 January 1950
b) 18 June 1972
c) 15 August 1975
d) 1 November 2000

4. Who of the following prime ministers of India was born in Madhya Pradesh?
a) Morarji Desai
b) Charan Singh
c) Atal Behari Vajpayee
d) Inder Kumar Gujral

English: Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha

Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

5. Which is the official language of Madhya Pradesh?
a) Hindi
b) Bhili
c) Gamit
d) Ardhamagadhi

6. How was Madhya Pradesh formerly known?
a) Nizam’s Dominions
b) Central Provinces & Berar
c) United Provinces
d) NEFA

7. Which of the following was not added to Madhya Pradesh in 1956?
a) Bhopal
b) Madhya Bharat
c) Kutch
d) Vindhya Pradesh

English: Chaturbhuj temple, Orchha, Madhya Pra...

Chaturbhuj temple, Orchha, Madhya Pradesh, India. Français : Vieux temple Chaturbhuj, Orchha, Madhya Pradesh, Inde. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

8. Which was the capital of Madhya Pradesh before 1 November 1956?
a) Gwalior
b) Indore
c) Ujjain
d) Nagpur

9. Who was Madhya Pradesh’s chief minister in 1984?
a) Umar Bharti
b) Arjun Singh
c) Digvijay Singh
d) Babulal Gaur

10. Which is the highest point in Madhya Pradesh?
a) Lady Hill
b) Kaimur Hill
c) Dhupgarh Peak
d) Mount Logan

Madhya Pradesh Quiz Questions and Answers

English: Jahangir Mahal, Orchha, Madhya Prades...

Jahangir Mahal, Orchha, Madhya Pradesh, India. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1. Which state is to the east of Madhya Pradesh?
a) Chhattisgarh

2. Which state is to the south of Madhya Pradesh?
b) Maharashtra

3. When was Chhattisgarh separated from Madhya Pradesh?
d) 1 November 2000

4. Who of the following prime ministers of India was born in Madhya Pradesh?
c) Atal Behari Vajpayee

5. Which is the official language of Madhya Pradesh?
a) Hindi

6. How was Madhya Pradesh formerly known?
b) Central Provinces & Berar

Temple at Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, India

Temple at Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, India (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

7. Which of the following was not added to Madhya Pradesh in 1956?
c) Kutch

8. Which was the capital of Madhya Pradesh before 1 November 1956?
d) Nagpur

9. Who was Madhya Pradesh’s chief minister in 1984?
b) Arjun Singh

10. Which is the highest point in Madhya Pradesh?
c) Dhupgarh Peak

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