This article covers the top general knowledge questions from various fields such as science, literature, geography, history, civics, and intelligence. Gaining basic knowledge from a small age helps kids develop intelligence and intellectual abilities, which also creates social awareness among them.
1. How many days are there in a week?
2. How many colours are there in a rainbow?
3. How many planets are there in a solar system?
4. Baby frog is known as?
5. Which animal is known as the ship of the desert?
6. How many hours are there in a day?
7. How many days are there in a leap year?
8. What is the national anthem of India?
Ans. Jana Gana Mana is the national anthem of India.
9. What is the capital of India?
Ans. New Delhi
10. Name the national animal of India?
11. How many alphabets are there in the English language?
12. How many vowels are there in the English alphabet?
Ans. There are 5 vowels in the English alphabet i.e. A, E, I, O, and U.
13. What is the national song of India?
Ans. Vande Mataram
14. How many days are there in February (not in a leap year)?
15. Name the national tree of India?
Ans. Banyan tree
16. How many seconds are there in a minute?
Ans. 60 seconds
17. Name the national bird of India?
18. How many seconds are there in an hour?
Ans. 3600 seconds
19. How many consonants are there in the English alphabet?
20. Name the national flower of India?
21. Which animal is known as the king of the Jungle?
22. Name the national fruit of India?
23. How many oceans are there on the earth?
24. How many continents are there on the earth?
25. Name the national river of India?
26. Which is the largest continent in the world?
27. Name the national reptile of India?
28. Which is the largest mammal on the earth?
Ans. Blue Whale
29. Which is the giant planet in the solar system?
30. Sun rises from?
31. How many primary colors are there?
Ans. Three (Red, Blue, and Yellow)
32. How many sides are there in a triangle?
33. Name the house made up of ice?
34. How many states are there in India?
35. How was the first man to land on the moon?
Ans. Neil Armstrong
36. Which is the densest jungle in the world?
Ans. The Amazon Rainforest
37. Who was the first prime minister of India?
Ans. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
38. Who was the first president of India?
Ans. Dr. Rajendra Prasad
39. How many years are there in a millennium?
Ans. 1000 years
40. Which festival in India is known as the festival of colours?
41. Which festival in India is known as the festival of lights?
42. Who was the first women prime minister of India?
Ans. Indira Gandhi
43. Name the oceans of the world?
Ans. The Atlantic, Arctic, Pacific, Antarctica, and Southern (Antarctic) oceans.
44. How many days does the month of February have in a leap year?
45. What’s the principal source of energy for the earth?
Ans. The sun
46. Describe an Isosceles Triangle
Ans. A triangle that has 2 sides of the same length is known as an isosceles triangle.
47. Which is the nearest planet to the sun?
48. Which gas is absorbed by plants?
Ans. Carbon dioxide
49. Which is the smallest continent in the world?
50. Which bird lays the largest eggs in the world?
51. Which is the longest river in the world?
Ans. Nile river
52. Which is the tallest mountain in the world?
Ans. Mount Everest
53. What is an anti-clockwise direction?
Ans. Right to left
54. How many union territories are there in India?
55. Name the national heritage animal of India?
56. Which continent is known as the Dark Continent?
57. Name the national aquatic animal of India?
58. Who invented electricity?
Ans. Benjamin Franklin
59. Who invented the electric bulb?
Ans. Thomas Alva Edison
60. Who invented the first telephone?
Ans. Alexander Graham Bell
61. Who invented Radio?
Ans. Guglielmo Marconi
62. Which planet is also known as the red planet?
63. What is the national game of India?
64. Name the largest democracy in the world?
65. Who wrote the “Malgudi Days”?
Ans. R. K. Narayan
66. Name the hardest substance on the earth?
67. Who invented the watch?
Ans. Peter Heinlein
68. Name the largest ocean in the world.
Ans. Pacific Ocean
69. Which is the smallest bone in the human body?
Ans. Stape (ear bone)
70. How many bones are there in the human body?
71. Which country is known as the “Land of the Rising Sun”?
72. How many sides does a decagon have?
73. The theory of relativity was given by
Ans. Albert Einstein
74. Gravity was discovered by
Ans. Issac Newton
75. Who is the founder of Microsoft?
Ans. Bill gates and Paul G. Allen
76. X-rays were first discovered by
Ans. Wilhelm Roentgen
77. Who is known as the Father of India?
Ans. Mahatma Gandhi
78. What is a Telescope?
Ans. A device made of a tube and lenses used to see far objects such as stars, meteoroids, etc.
79. What is a microscope?
Ans. The microscope is a laboratory instrument used for very small objects that are not visible to the naked eye.
80. Name the natural satellite of the earth?
81. Which colour symbolizes peace?
82. Name the colours present on the national flag of India?
Ans. Saffron, White, and Green
83. Conveyor belt was first invented by
Ans. Henry Ford
84. In which year did the first world war start?
85. What protects the earth from solar radiation?
Ans. The ozone layer
86. Which is the most populated country in the world?
87. Which is the largest nation in terms of area?
88. Who invented the computer?
Ans. Charles Babbage
89. What is the currency of India?
Ans. Indian national rupee (INR)
90. How many cards are there in a deck of cards?
91. Which is the fastest land animal?
92. Which is the largest waterfall in the world?
Ans. Niagara falls
93. How many MBs are there in a GB?
Ans. 1024 MB
94. How many stars are there on the national flag of the USA?
95. What does an LED stands for?
Ans. Light Emitting Diode
96. Who discovered the zero?
97. Who discovered India?
Ans. Vasco Da Gama
98. How many players play in a cricket team?
99. What is the height of Mount Everest?
Ans. 8849 meters
100. Who invented the pneumatic tire?
Ans. John Boyd Dunlop