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 Today in this post we share about the information bihar gk question answer,gk questions related to bihar,Important बिहार जनरल नॉलेज 2020,mind blowing facts about Bihar,amazing facts about bihar. Bihar is a state in eastern India with an area of 94,163 km2 (36,357 sq mi). Bihar is the third most populous state in the world and the twelfth largest state by region. It is contiguous with Uttar Pradesh to its west, Nepal to the north, the northern part of West Bengal to the east, and with Jharkhand to the south.Important Questions of Bihar General Knowledge are answered here. It has also included the questions asked in previous examinations along with new questions. Due to its study, other than the examinations of Bihar Government, you can get success in the examinations of other states as well. So to ensure your success by giving correct answers, read them carefully and share them.

 No.-1. Which day is celebrated as the Bihar Diwas :

(a) 3rd February

(b) 22nd March

(c) 16th June

(d) 23rd September

No.-2. In which year, Bihar was carved out from the state of Bengal Presidency :

(a) 1912

(b) 1921

(c) 1935

(d) 1948

No.-3. How many republics are included under Mahajanapadas :

(a) 8

(b) 10

(c) 12

(d) 16

No.-4. King Ajatashatru belongs to which dynasty :

(a) Shishunaga dynasty

(b) Nanda dynasty

(c) Maurya dynasty

(d) Haryanka dynasty

No.-5. Mahavir, the twenty-fourth and last tirthankara of Jainism was born in :

(a) Nalanda

(b) Vaishali

(c) Lumbini

(d) Pataliputra

No.-6. Total number of districts in Bihar :

(a) 32

(b) 38

(c) 40

(d) 46

No.-7. Who is the first Chief Minister of Bihar :

(a) Krishna Singh

(b) Deep Narayan Singh

(c) K. B. Sahay

 (d) Mahamaya Prasad Sinha

No.-8. Which one is recognised as the State flower :

(a) Rose

(b) Jasmine

(c) Marigold

(d) Tulip

No.-9. Total number of Parliamentary constituency in Bihar :

(a) 28

(b) 31

(c) 37

(d) 40

No.-10. In which year, the Nalanda University was re-established :

(a) 2003

(b) 2007

(c) 2012

(d) 2014

No.-11. Which one is the largest district in Bihar by areawise :

(A) West Champaran

(B) Rohtas

(C) Aurangabad

(D) Samastipur

No.-12. Besides Hindi and Urdu, which one is the other official language of Bihar :

(A) Bhojpuri

(B) Maithili

(C) Magadhi

(D) Sanskrit

No.-13. The Barabar Caves are located in which district :

(a) Jehanabad Districts

(b) Buxar Districts

(c) Aurangabad Districts

(d) Gaya Districts

No.-14. The city Vaishali was the capital of :

(a) Koliyas

(b) Shakya

(c) Licchhavis

(d) Kuru

No.-15. When the Patna University was established :

(A) 1908

(B) 1917

(C) 1925

(D) 1935

No.-16. In which year, Jayaprakash Narayan has been awarded with the Bharat Ratna award :

(a) 1988

(b) 1991

(c) 1995

(D) 1999

No.-17. The famous Bihar movement was started in the year :

(a) 1970

(b) 1972

(c) 1974

(d) 1975

No.-18. The Chatth Puja is celebrated in the month of :

(a) March and November

(b) January and October

(c) January and August

(d) November and July

No.-19. In which year, farmers in Champaran had revolted against the British for the conditions of indigo cultivation :

(a) 1914

(b) 1923

(c) 1935

(d) 1947

No.-20. Which one is recognised as state animal of Bihar :

(a) Cow

(b) Tiger

(c) Lion

(d) Ox

No.-21. The Mahabodhi Temple is located in :

(a) Patna

(b) Bodh Gaya

(c) Muzaffarpur

(d) Bhagalpur

No.-22. Which one was the first Hindi newspaper published from Bihar :

(a) Magadhi

(b) Aryavarta

(c) Biharbandhu

(d) Prabhat Khabar

No.-23. Which king is known as the founder of the Patna (Pataliputra) city :

(a) Dhana Nanda

(b) Chandragupta Maurya

(c) Ashoka

(d) Ajatasatru

No.-24. The Battle of Buxar was fought in the year :

(a) 1764

(b) 1772

(c) 1780

(d) 1785

No.-25. In which year Bihar is separated from Bengal Province :

(a) 1903

(b) 1912

(c) 1915

(d) 1935

No.-26. Which one is the first Thermal power plants in Bihar :

(a) Kahalgaon Super Thermal Power Station

(b) Kanti Thermal Power Station

(c) Barauni Thermal Power Station

(d) Barh Super Thermal Power Station

No.-27. Who was the President of Gaya Session of the Indian National Congress held in 1922 :

(a) Chittaranjan Das

(b) SN Banerjee

(c) Dr. Rajendra Prasad

(d) Hakim Ajmal Khan

No.-28. Dalmianagar of Bihar is famous for :

(a) Silk

(b) Cement

(c) Leather

(d) Jute

No.-29. Who formed All India Kisan Sabha in 1936 :

(a) Mahatma Gandhi

(b) Dr. Rajendra Prasad

(c) Anugrah Narayan Sinha

(d) Sahajanand Saraswati

No.-30. Kunwar Singh died in the year :

(a) 1855

(b) 1857

(c) 1858

(d) 1862

No.-31. Which city is also known as the Medical City of Bihar :

(a) Gaya

(b) Patna

(c) Bhagalpur

(d) Darbhanga

No.-32. Who was the leader of revolutionaries in Bihar during the Revolt of 1857 :

(a) Namdar Khan

(b) Babu Kunwar Singh

(c) Birsa Munda

(d) Shankar Shah

No.-33. What is the total length of National Highways in Bihar :

(a) 3712 kms

(b) 4216 kms

(c) 4595 kms

(d) 4755 kms

No.-34. Total number of highways within Bihar is :

(a) 22

(b) 29

(c) 32

(d) 34

No.-35. Which of the following is a silk textile producing center in Bihar :

(a) Hajipur

(b) Bajari

(c) Bhagalpur

(d) Bodh Gaya

No.-36. Who was the first Muslim conqueror of Bihar :

(a) Malik Ibrahim

(b) Iltumish

(c) Bakhtiyar Khalji

(d) Ali Mardan Khalji

No.-37. The Mahatma Gandhi Setu was inaugurated in :

(a) 1982

(b) 1985

(c) 1986

(d) 1988

No.-38. The Mahatma Gandhi Setu connects the Patna city with which city :

(a) Hajipur

(b) Digha

(c) Dinapore

(d) Sonpur

No.-39. In which year Jayaprakash Narayan conferred with the Ramon Magsaysay Award :

(a) 1963

(b) 1965

(c) 1969

(d) 1971

No.-40. In which year the Hindi newspaper Biharbandhu was published from Bihar :

(a) 1872

(b) 1876

(c) 1889

(d) 1892

No.-41. Who was the first Governor of Bihar after indepandance :

(a) Jairamdas Daulatram

(b) R. R. Diwakar

(c) Zakir Hussain

(d) Madhav Shrihari Aney

No.-42. Who was the first vice chancellor of Patna University :

(a) S. Sultan Ahmad

(b) V. H. Jackson

(c) J. G. Jennings

(d) Stewart Macpherson

No.-43. Who is also known as the Bihar Vibhuti :

(a) Rajendra Prasad

(b) Krishna Singh

(c) Anugrah Narayan Sinha

(d) Vidyapati

No.-44. Who is also known as the Bihar Kesari :

(a) Rajendra Prasad

(b) Krishna Singh

(c) Binodanand Jha

(d) Vidyapati

No.-45. The chhath festival is celebrated on the month of :

(a) Chaitra

(b) Bhaadra

(c) Pausha

(d) Kartika

No.-46. For many days the chhath festival is celebrated :

(a) 2 days

(b) 3 days

(c) 4 days

(d) 5 days

No.-47. Which of the following lakes is situated in Bihar :

(a) Anupam Lake

(b) Sambar Lake

(c) Sukhna Lake

(d) Kama Lake

No.-48. Which of the following town is located in easternmost part of Bihar :

(a) Bhagalpur

(b) Patna

(c) Katihar

(d) Purnia

No.-49. How much square metres forest area is there in Bihar :

(a) 2819 square metres

(b) 3612 square metres

(c) 2461 square metres

(d) 2612 square metres

No.-50. What is the approximate percent of geographical area convered under forest in Bihar :

(a) 5%

(b) 7%

(c) 11%

(d) 13%

No.-51. Who was the President of Gaya Session of the Indian National Congress held in 1922 :

(a) Chittaranjan Das

(b) S. N. Banerjee

(c) Dr. Rajendra Prasad

(d) Hakim Ajmal Khan

No.-52. Who was the Chair Person in the All India Socialist Conference held at Patna 1934 :

(a) M.N. Roy

(b) Acharya Narendra Deva

(c) Sampurnanand

(d) Sri Prakasa

No.-53. What was the traditional water conservation irrigation system used in South Bihar :

(a) Ahar-Pyne

(b) Lohar-Pane

(c) Lodhi-Pyne

(d) Ahar-Pune

No.-54. Which one was the capital of Bimbisara :

(a) Girivraja

(b) Pataliputra

(c) Vaishali

(d) Rajgir

No.-55. Which Magadh King was also known by the name Seniya :

(a) Ashok

(b) Shishunaga

(c) Ajatashatru

(d) Bimbisara



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