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sparrow jack March 8, 2021
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 Amazon Quiz Questions With Answers

Which of these Zodiac signs is the only one to be represented by an inanimate object in its symbol?
Answer – Libra
What state of matter is our Sun mainly made of?
Answer – Plasma
‘Poseidon’ is the Greek god of __. Fill in the blanks.
Answer – The Sea
Which planet in our solar system is named after the Roman god of war?
Answer – Mars
He is considered the pioneer of the field of political science and economics in India. He assisted the first Mauryan emperor Chandragupta in his rise to power. Who is he?
Answer – Chanakya
The Mughal Empress Arjumand Banu Begum is better known as?
Answer – Mumtaz Mahal
Which ancient empire was ruled by Xerxes the Great in the fifth century BC?
Answer –The Persian Empire
Clark Kent is the real name of which superhero?
Answer – Superman
What is the main component used in the manufacture of glass?
Answer – Sand
Which nation was the first to give women the right to vote?
Answer – New Zealand
You can avail ‘No cost EMI’ to shop during the upcoming Great Indian Sale on using all the below payment methods, except?
Answer – Gold Coins
Using which bank’s credit/debit card can you avail up to 10% instant discount on shopping during the Great Indian Sale on
Answer – HDFC Bank
‘Golden Hour deals’ will run every day from _ to _ during the Great Indian Sale, offering exclusive deals on the Amazon app. Fill in the blanks.
Answer – 8 PM To Midnight
When does the Great Indian Sale 2019 begin for all customers on
Answer – 20th January
Prime members get early access to the Great Indian Sale. When does the sale start for them?
Answer – 12 Noon 19th January
The Indian state of Nagaland was formed in 1963. Which state was it a part of earlier?
Answer – Assam
As of 2019, which Indian most recently received the Nobel prize?
Answer – Kailash Satyarthi
What is a ‘quandong’?
Answer – A fruit
The Gila monster is a venomous what?
Answer – Lizard
___ is a central Asian sport in which horse mounted players attempt to drag a goat or a calf carcass towards a goal. Fill in the blanks.
Answer – Buzkashi
Bile, which aids the digestion of fatty acids, is produced by which organ in the human body?
Answer – Liver
‘Triton’ is the name of the largest natural satellite of which planet?
Answer – Neptune
In November 2018, New Caledonia held an independence referendum at which a majority voted against independence. Which country were they voting to become independent from?
Answer – France
‘Borborygmus’ is the medical term for what bodily function or condition?
Answer – Stomach Rumbles
Which state recently launched the ‘One Family, One Job’ scheme which entitles one government job for every family in the state?
Answer- Sikkim
In a car, what does ABS stand for?
Answer – Antilock braking system
Rumtek monastery is located in ____.
Answer – Sikkim
Which of these books got author Jhumpa Lahiri the Pulitzer prize?
Answer – Interpreter of Maldives
Michael D. Higgins is the president of ____.
Answer – Ireland
Which sport are Narain Karthikeyan and Karun Chandhok associated with?
Answer – Formula One Racing
What kind of weapon is a falchion?
Answer – A sword
A ‘sonnet’ is a poem in a specific form which originated in Italy. How many lines does a sonnet typically have?
Answer – 14
AR Rahman won a Grammy award for which album?
Answer – Slumdog Millionaire
In 1927, who launched the ‘Mahad Satyagraha’?
Answer – Dr B.R Ambedkar
he Anglo-Zanzibar War between the United Kingdom and the Zanzibar Sultanate was the shortest recorded war in history. How long did it last?
Answer – 38 – 45 Minutes
British women over the age of 30 who met minimum property qualifications could do what from Feb 1918?
Answer: Vote
Which famous scientist wrote the book ‘A Brief History of Time’?
Answer: Stephen Hawking
As of 1st January 2019, which of these countries has officially quit the UNESCO?
Answer: USA
Which element is represented by the chemical symbol Fe?
Answer: Iron
Which of these is an initiative recently launched by ISRO to engage students with space science activities?
Answer: Samwad
In which country would you find Easter Island, most famous for its nearly 1,000 extant monumental statues, called moai?
Answer – Chile
Which is the least populated country in the world?
Answer – Vatican City
Which is the least populated country in the world?
Answer – Loch Ness, Scotland
Which of these is an annual fair in Rajasthan, known for its camel trading event?
Answer – Pushkar Mela
What currency does Ukraine use?
Answer – Hryvnia
In August 1962, Jamaica declared independance from which country?
Answer – United Kingdom
In 1819, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles founded which colonial state?
Answer – Singapore
What is the national flower of India?
Answer – Lotus
Lemurs are native to only one country on the planet. Which country is it?
Answer – Madagascar
Polysomnography is a type of study concerning which human activity?
Answer – Sleeping
A coup in Libya in 1969, brought which dictator to power?
Answer- Muammar Gaddafi
What was the name of the ship Christopher Columbus sailed from Spain to the ‘New World’ in 1492?
Answer – Santa Maria
In hospitals, Nephrology departments generally treat medical issues related to which organs of the body?
Answer – Kidneys
Where in the human body is the femur located?
Answer – Leg
What food makes up a majority of the giant panda’s diet?
Answer – Bamboo
What is the national animal of India?
Answer – Tiger
Which would weigh more – 1 cubic foot of gold or silver?
Answer – Gold
Turtles are classified as reptiles. True or false?
Answer – True
A male swan is known as a cob, a baby swan is known as a cygnet. What is a female swan called?
Answer – pen
What is the hardest naturally occurring substance in the world?
Answer – Diamond
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