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Tamil Nadu Quiz Questions

1. Which water body is to the east of Tamil Nadu?
a) Gulf of Kutch
b) Bay of Bengal
c) Gulf of Cambay
d) Arabian Sea

2. Which state is to the west of Tamil Nadu?
a) Orissa
b) Kerala
c) Maharashtra
d) Nagaland

3. Which ocean is to the south of Tamil Nadu?
a) Atlantic
b) Pacific
c) Indian
d) Antarctic

4. Which strait separates Tamil Nadu from Sri Lanka?
a) Cook
b) Torres
c) Davis
d) Palk

5. How was Tamil Nadu formerly known?
a) Madras
b) Ootacamund
c) Golconda
d) Vanga

6. Which is the southernmost point of Tamil Nadu?
a) Blair Point
b) Cape Horn
c) Castle Point
d) Cape Comorin

7. Which is the highest point in Tamil Nadu?
a) Kudremukh
b) Pachmarhi
c) Doda Betta
d) Guru Peak

8. Which party came to power in Tamil Nadu in 1967?
a) CPI
b) TDP
c) PWP
d) DMK

9. Who was Tamil Nadu’s first non-Congress chief minister?
a) C. Rajagopalachari
b) M. Karunanidhi
c) C. Annadurai
d) K. Kamaraj

10. What is the area of Tamil Nadu?
a) 50,215 sq. mi.
b) 77,857 sq. mi.
c) 36,523 sq. mi.
d) 28,412 sq. mi.

Tamil Nadu Quiz Questions and Answers

1. Which water body is to the east of Tamil Nadu?
b) Bay of Bengal

2. Which state is to the west of Tamil Nadu?
b) Kerala

3. Which ocean is to the south of Tamil Nadu?
c) Indian

4. Which strait separates Tamil Nadu from Sri Lanka?
d) Palk

5. How was Tamil Nadu formerly known?
a) Madras

6. Which is the southernmost point of Tamil Nadu?
d) Cape Comorin

7. Which is the highest point in Tamil Nadu?
c) Doda Betta

8. Which party came to power in Tamil Nadu in 1967?
d) DMK

9. Who was Tamil Nadu’s first non-Congress chief minister?
c) C. Annadurai

10. What is the area of Tamil Nadu?
a) 50,215 sq. mi.

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Updated: June 20, 2012 — 4:06 pm

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