Amazing Facts about India

  1. India is the world’s oldest, largest and continuous civilization – the Indus Valley civilization.
  2. India is also one of the largest democracies in the world.
  3. Yoga has its origins in India and has existed for over 5,000 years.
  4. The Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wondersof the World, is in India.
  5. The Baily Bridge is the highest bridge in the world. It is located in the Ladakh valley between the Dras and Suru rivers in the Himalayan mountains. It was built by the Indian Army in August 1982
  6. One of the largest employer in the world is theIndian Railways , employing over a million people
  7. India is the only country other than US and Japan, to have built a super computer indeigenously.
  8. India was one of the richest countries till the time of British rule in the early 17th Century. Christopher
  9. Columbus, attracted by India’s wealth, had come looking for a sea route to India when he discovered America by mistake.
  10. Martial Arts were first created in India, and later spread to Asia by Buddhist missionaries.
  11. The floating post office in Dal Lake, Srinagar, was inaugurated in August 2011.
  12. The second largest pool of engineers and scientists is from India.
  13. The Vishnu Temple in the city of Tirupathi built in the 10th century, is the world’s largest religious pilgrimage destination. Larger than either Rome or Mecca, an average of 30,000 visitors donate $6 million (US) to the temple everyday.
  14. ‘Zero’ in the number system was inventedby a mathematician from India. His name was Aryabhatta.
  15. The highest cricket ground in the world – At an altitude of 2,444 meters, the Chail Cricket Ground in Chail,
  16. Himachal Pradesh, is the highest in the world. It was built in 1893 and is a part of the Chail Military School.
  17. India leads the world with the largest number of films.
  18. Varanasi, also known as Benaras, was called “the Ancient City” when Lord Buddha visited it in 500 B.C., and is the oldest, continuously inhabited city in the world today.
  19. Water on the moon was discovered by India – In September 2009, India’s ISRO Chandrayaan- 1 using its
  20. Moon Mineralogy Mapper detected water on the moon for the first time.
  21. Over 4700 daily newspapers in more than 300 languages are produced in India.
  22. The first rocket in India was transported on a cycle – The first rocket was so light and small that it was transported on a bicycle to the Thumba Launching Station in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.
  23. Calculus, Trigonometry, and Algebra originated in India.
  24. India is the world’s second-largest English speaking country – India is second only to the USA when it comes to
  25. speaking English with around 125 million people speaking the language, which is only 10% of our population.
  26. This is expected to grow by quite a margin in the coming years.
  27. The decimal system and place value system were developed in India around 100 B.C.
  28. India is Largest number of vegetarians in the world – religious reasons or personal choices or both, around 20-40% of Indians are vegetarians, making it the largest vegetarian-friendly country in the world.
  29. The world’s largest producer of milk- India recently overtook the European Union with production reaching over 132.4m tonnes in 2014.
  30. 90 countries from all over the world buy software from India.
  31. The Brihadeswara Temple is situated in Tamil Nadu is the first granite temple of the world. It was built in just five years during the 11th century.
  32. You would be amazed to know that the concept of shampoo was first invented in India when herbs were used for strengthening hair.
  33. Around the 17th century, India was one of the richest countries in the world.
  34. Today, India is the world’s third largest economy.
  35. India is one of the only three countries that makes supercomputers (the US and Japan are the other two).
  36. The world’s largest road network is in India—over 1.9 million miles of roads cover the country.
  37. So much so that Pizza Hut had to open their first pure vegetarian restaurant in the country.
  38. India grows 1.2 million tons of mangoes every year, weight equivalent to 80,000 blue whales.
  39. The state of Meghalaya is the wettest inhabited place of earth.
  40. May 26 is celebrated as the Science Day in Switzerland in honour of former President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, because on the day, Kalam visited the country.
  41. Martial Arts was first created in India.
  42. The world’s biggest family lives in India. One man, 39 wives and 94 children.
  43. India is the world’s largest importer of arms.
  44. Until 1986, the only place where diamonds had been officially found was in India.
  45. India’s tech capital, Bangalore, has increased its office supply by six times since 2006, and now has more Grade-A offices than Singapore.
  46. India is the largest producer of films in the world.
  47. India leads the world with the most murders (32,719) per year, with Russia taking second at 28,904 murders per year.
  48. To avoid polluting the elements (fire, earth, water, air), followers of Zoroastrianism in India don’t bury their dead, but instead leave bodies in buildings called “Towers of Silence” for the vultures to pick clean. After the bones dry, they are swept into a central well.
  49. Karmanasa River in India is considered to be a cursed river and it is believed that touching its water would ruin one’s plans. There’s hardly any development along this river. People around this river just eat dry fruits because cooking food would require water!
  50. Two major religions, Buddhism and Jainism, were established in India.
  51. The India-Pakistan World Cup semi-final match in Mohali drew 150 million viewers worldwide.
  52. Lonar Lake, a saltwater lake in Maharashtra, was created by a meteor hitting the Earth and is one of its kind in India.
  53. Today, India has the world’s largest school in terms of students, the City Montessori School in Lucknow. It has more than 45 thousand students!
  54. Indian Railways employs more than 1.3 million people. That’s more than the population of many nations.
  55. More than 54 crore people voted in the 2014 General Election – more people than the population of USA, UK, Australia and Japan combined.
  56. Number of births in India every year is more than the total population of Australia, and many other nations.
    India has the largest English speaking population in the world.
  57. At an estimate, 25% of the total workforce of the world’s population will be from India in the next year or so.
    And despite budgetary constraints, India’s space program is one of the top 5 space programs in the world.
    India has more mosques (300,000 mosques) than any other nation in the world.
  58. And the third largest Muslim population in the world.
  59. Takshila is said to be the first every university in the world; it started around 700 BC.
  60. Every 12 years, a religious gathering called the Kumbh Mela occurs in India. It is the world’s largest gathering of people
  61. Around a 100 million years ago, India was an island.
  62. India’s name is derived from the “Indus” river.
  63. Indus Valley Civilisation is the world’s oldest civilisation.
  64. India, hence, is the world’s oldest, most advanced and continuous civilisation.
  65. India has been the largest troop contributor to the United Nations Peacekeeping Missions since its inception.
  66. India has the world’s third largest active army, after China and USA.
  67. The Tirupati Balaji temple and the Kashi Vishwanath Temple both, receive more visitors than the Vatican City and Mecca combined.

Amazing Facts in the World

  1. Greenland is the largest island in the world.
  2. The average human brain has about 100 billion nerve cells.
  3. Nerve impulses to and from the brain travel as fast as 170 miles (274 km) per hour.
  4. Your stomach needs to produce a new layer of mucus every two weeks or it would digest itself.
  5. The top butterfly flight speed is 12 miles per hour. Some moths can fly 25 miles per hour!
  6. Giraffes and rats can last longer without water than camels
  7. Every person, including identical twins, has a unique eye & tongue print along with their fingerprint.
  8. The original name for butterfly was flutterby.
  9. A cow gives nearly 200,000 glasses of milk in her lifetime
  10. Cats have over 100 vocal sounds; dogs only have 10
  11. Emus and kangaroos can’t walk backwards.
  12. The penguin is the only bird that can swim but can’t fly.
  13. The cheetah is the only cat that can’t retract its claws.
  14. A lion’s roar can be heard from five miles away.
  15. A chameleon’s tongue is twice the length of its body.
  16. A crocodiles tongue is attached to the roof of its mouth.
  17. Sir Isaac Newton was only 23 years old when he discovered the law of universal gravitation.
  18. There are 45 miles of nerves in the skin of a human being.
  19. 15 million blood cells are destroyed in the human body every second.
  20. Right handed people live, on average, nine years longer than left handed people do.
  21. Human birth control pills work on gorillas.
  22. There are no clocks in Las Vegas gambling casinos.
  23. Beetles taste like apples, wasps like pine nuts, and worms like fried bacon.
  24. What is called a “French kiss” in the English-speaking world is known as an “English kiss” in France.
  25. Months that begin on a Sunday will always have a “Friday the 13th.”
  26. The placement of a donkey’s eyes in its’ heads enables it to see all four feet at all times!
  27. Some worms will eat themselves if they can’t find any food!
  28. Dolphins sleep with one eye open!
  29. It is impossible to sneeze with your eyes open.
  30. In France, it is legal to marry a dead person.
  31. Russia has a larger surface area than Pluto.
  32. There’s an opera house on the U.S.–Canada border where the stage is in one country and half the audience is in another.
  33. The harder you concentrate on falling asleep, the less likely to fall asleep.
  34. You can’t hum while holding your nose closed.
  35. Women have twice as many pain receptors on their body than men. But a much higher pain tolerance.
  36. There are more stars in space than there are grains of sand on every beach in the world.
  37. For every human on Earth there are 1.6 million ants.
  38. The total weight of all those ants, however, is about the same as all the humans.
  39. On Jupiter and Saturn it rains diamonds.
  40. A flea can jump up to 200 times its own height. That is the equivalent of a human jumping the Empire State Building.
  41. There are 5 temples in Kyoto, Japan that have blood stained ceilings. The ceilings are made from the floorboards of a castle where warriors killed themselves after a long hold-off against an army. To this day, you can still see the outlines and footprints.
  42. There is a snake, called the boomslang, whose venom causes you to bleed out from every orifice on your body. You may even turn blue from internal bleeding, and it can take up to 5 days to die from the bleeding.
  43. A ball of glass will bounce higher than a ball of rubber.
  44. Saturn’s density is low enough that the planet would float in water.
  45. 68% of the universe is dark energy, and 27% is dark matter; both are invisible, even with our powerful telescopes. This means we have only seen 5% of the universe from earth.
  46. The founders of Google were willing to sell Google for $1 million to Excite in 1999, but Excite turned them down. Google is now worth $527 Billion.
  47. In the past 20 years, scientists have found over 1,000 planets outside of our solar system.
  48. There are 60,000 miles of blood vessels in the human body.
  49. If a pregnant woman has organ damage, the baby in her womb sends stem cells to help repair the organ.
  50. If you started with $0.01 and doubled your money every day, it would take 27 days to become a millionaire.
  51. Only one person in two billion will live to be 116 or older.
  52. A person can live without food for about a month, but only about a week without water.
    If the amount of water in your body is reduced by just 1%, you’ll feel thirsty.
    If it’s reduced by 10%, you’ll die.
  53. On average, 12 newborns will be given to the wrong parents daily.
  54. You can’t kill yourself by holding your breath.
  55. Sea otters hold hands when they sleep so that they do not drift apart.
  56. The Golden Poison Dart Frog’s skin has enough toxins to kill 100 people.
  57. The male ostrich can roar just like a lion.
  58. The giraffe’s tongue is so long that they can lick the inside of their own ear.
  59. Cats have 32 muscles in each of their ears.
  60. Butterflies taste their food with their feet.
  61. A tarantula can live without food for more than two years.
  62. The tongue of a blue whale weighs more than most elephants!
  63. Ever wonder where the phrase “It’s raining cats and dogs” comes from? In the 17th century many homeless cats and dogs would drown and float down the streets of England, making it look like it literally rained cats and dogs.
  64. An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain
  65. Dogs are capable of understanding up to 250 words and gestures and have demonstrated the ability to do simple mathematical calculations.
  66. A sheep, a duck and a rooster were the first passengers in a hot air balloon.
  67. Birds don’t urinate
  68. The word “gorilla” is derived from a Greek word meaning, “A tribe of hairy women.”
  69. Prisoners in Canadian war camps during WWII were treated so well, that a lot of them didn’t’ want to leave when the war was over.
  70. Gorillas burp when they are happy
  71. In New York, it is illegal to sell a haunted house without telling the buyer.
  72. In 2006 someone tried to sell New Zealand on eBay. The price got up to $3,000 before eBay shut it down.
  73. It is considered good luck in Japan when a sumo wrestler makes your baby cry.
  74. A woman from California once tried to sue the makers of Cap’n Crunch, because the Crunch Berries contained “no berries of any kind.”
  75. Apple launched a clothing line in 1986. It was described as a “train wreck” by others.
  76. In Japan, crooked teeth are considered cute and attractive.
  77. A Swedish woman lost her wedding ring, and found it 16 years later- growing on a carrot in her garden.
  78. Donald duck comics were banned from Finland because he doesn’t wear pants.
  79. The chance of you dying on the way to get lottery tickets is actually greater than your chance of winning.
  80. Cherophobia is the fear of fun.
  81. The toothpaste “Colgate” in Spanish translates to “go hang yourself”
  82. Pirates wore earrings because they believed it improved their eyesight.
  83. Human thigh bones are stronger than concrete.
  84. Cockroaches can live for several weeks with their heads cut off, because their brains are located inside their body. They would eventually die from being unable to eat.
  85. Scientists have tracked butterflies that travel over 3,000 miles.
  86. To produce a single pound of honey, a single bee would have to visit 2 million flowers.
  87. The population is expected to rise to 10.8 billion by the year 2080.
  88. You breathe on average about 8,409,600 times a year
  89. More than 60,000 people are flying over the United States in an airplane right now.
  90. Hamsters run up to 8 miles at night on a wheel.
  91. A waterfall in Hawaii goes up sometimes instead of down.
  92. A church in the Czech Republic has a chandelier made entirely of human bones.
  93. Under the Code of Hammurabi, bartenders who watered down beer were punished by execution.
  94. Our eyes are always the same size from birth, but our nose and ears never stop growing.
  95. During your lifetime, you will produce enough saliva to fill two swimming pools.
  96. You are 1% shorter in the evening than in the morning
  97. The elephant is the only mammal that can’t jump!
  98. Most dust particles in your house are made from dead skin!
  99. The word “gorilla” is derived from a Greek word meaning, “A tribe of hairy women.”
  100. Prisoners in Canadian war camps during WWII were treated so well, that a lot of them didn’t’ want to leave when the war was over.
  101. Gorillas burp when they are happy
  102. In New York, it is illegal to sell a haunted house without telling the buyer.
  103. In 2006 someone tried to sell New Zealand on eBay. The price got up to $3,000 before eBay shut it down.
  104. It is considered good luck in Japan when a sumo wrestler makes your baby cry.
  105. A woman from California once tried to sue the makers of Cap’n Crunch, because the Crunch Berries contained “no berries of any kind.”
  106. Apple launched a clothing line in 1986. It was described as a “train wreck” by others.
  107. In Japan, crooked teeth are considered cute and attractive.
  108. A Swedish woman lost her wedding ring, and found it 16 years later- growing on a carrot in her garden.
  109. Donald duck comics were banned from Finland because he doesn’t wear pants.
  110. The chance of you dying on the way to get lottery tickets is actually greater than your chance of winning.
  111. The toothpaste “Colgate” in Spanish translates to “go hang yourself”
  112. Pirates wore earrings because they believed it improved their eyesight.
  113. Drying fruit depletes it of 30-80% of its vitamin and antioxidant content
  114. A 2010 study found that 48% of soda fountain contained fecal bacteria, and 11% contained E. Coli.
  115. 9 out of 10 Americans are deficient in Potassium.
  116. Blueberries will not ripen until they are picked.
  117. About 150 people per year are killed by coconuts.
  118. Ketchup was used as a medicine back in the 1930’s.
  119. Honey never spoils.
  120. About half of all Americans are on a diet on any given day.
  121. A hardboiled egg will spin, but a soft-boiled egg will not.
  122. Avocados are poisonous to birds.
  123. Chewing gum burns about 11 calories per hour.
  124. The number of animals killed for meat every hour in the U.S. is 500,000.
  125. If you try to suppress a sneeze, you can rupture a blood vessel in your head or neck and die.
  126. Celery has negative calories! It takes more calories to eat a piece of celery than the celery has in it to begin with. It’s the same with apples!
  127. More people are allergic to cow’s milk than any other food.
  128. Only 8% of dieters will follow a restrictive weight loss plan (such as hCG Drops diet, garcinia cambogia diet, etc.)
  129. Coconut water can be used as blood plasma.
  130. If you somehow found a way to extract all of the gold from the bubbling core of our lovely little planet, you would be able to cover all of the land in a layer of gold up to your knees.
  131. McDonalds calls frequent buyers of their food “heavy users.”
  132. The average person spends 6 months of their lifetime waiting on a red light to turn green.
  133. The largest recorded snowflake was in Keogh, MT during year 1887, and was 15 inches wide.
  134. You burn more calories sleeping than you do watching television.
  135. There are more lifeforms living on your skin than there are people on the planet.
  136. Southern sea otters have flaps of skin under their forelegs that act as pockets. When diving, they use these pouches to store rocks and food.
  137. In 1386 a pig in France was executed by public hanging for the murder of a child.
  138. One in every five adults believe that aliens are hiding in our planet disguised as humans.
  139. If you believe that you’re truly one in a million, there are still approximately 7,184 more people out there just like you.
  140. A single cloud can weight more than 1 million pounds.
  141. A human will eat on average 70 assorted insects and 10 spiders while sleeping.
  142. James Buchanan, the 15th U.S. president continuously bought slaves with his own money in order to free them.
  143. There are more possible iterations of a game of chess than there are atoms in the known universe.
  144. The average person walks the equivalent of three times around the world in a lifetime.
  145. Men are 6 times more likely to be struck by lightning than women.
  146. Coca-Cola would be green if coloring wasn’t added to it.
  147. You cannot snore and dream at the same time.
  148. The world’s oldest piece of chewing gum is over 9,000 years old!
  149. A coyote can hear a mouse moving underneath a foot of snow.
  150. Bolts of lightning can shoot out of an erupting volcano.
  151. New York drifts about one inch farther away from London each year.
  152. A U.S. dollar bill can be folded approximately 4,000 times in the same place before it will tear.
  153. A sneeze travels about 100 miles per hour.
  154. Earth has traveled more than 5,000 miles in the past 5 minutes.
  155. It would take a sloth one month to travel one mile.
  156. 10% of the World’s population is left handed.
  157. A broken clock is right two times every day.
  158. According to Amazon, the most highlighted books on Kindle are the Bible, the Steve Jobs biography, and The Hunger Games.
  159. Bob Marley’s last words to his son before he died were “Money can’t buy life.”
  160. A mole can dig a tunnel that is 300 feet long in only one night.
  161. A hippo’s wide open mouth is big enough to fit a 4-foot-tall child in.
  162. Chewing gum while you cut an onion will help keep you from crying.
  163. If you were to stretch a Slinky out until it’s flat, it would measure 87 feet long.
  164. Al Capone’s business card said he was a used furniture dealer
  165. There are more collect calls on Father’s Day than on any other day of the year.
  166. Banging your head against a wall burns 150 calories an hour.
  167. 95% of people text things they could never say in person.
  168. A crocodile can’t poke its tongue out.
  169. It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.
  170. Guinness Book of Records holds the record for being the book most often stolen from Public Libraries.
  171. If 33 million people held hands, they could make it all the way around the equator.
  172. Earth is the only planet that is not named after a god.
  173. The bloodhound is the only animal whose evidence is admissible in court.
  174. You are born with 300 bones, but by the time you are an adult you only have 206.
  175. A ten-gallon hat will only hold ¾ of a gallon.
  176. Just like fingerprints, everyone has different tongue prints.
  177. ATM’s were originally thought to be failures, because the only users were prostitutes and gamblers who didn’t want to deal with tellers face to face.
  178. Of all the words in the English language, the word “set” has the most definitions. The word “run” comes in close second.
  179. A “jiffy” is the scientific name for 1/100th of a second.
  180. One fourth of the bones in your body are located in your feet
  181. Blue-eyed people tend to have the highest tolerance of alcohol.
  182. A traffic jam lasted for more than 10 days, with cars only moving 0.6 miles a day.
  183. The tongue is the strongest muscle in the body.
  184. Every year more than 2500 left-handed people are killed from using right-handed products.
  185. More than 50% of the people in the world have never made or received a telephone call.

General Knowledge(GK): Topics, Facts, Notes, Books, Current & Static GK for India, World

GK General Knowledge: General Knowledge or General Awareness Section is taken as a high-scoring part in every competitive exam. Want to score high in GK Questions? Then, having knowledge of basic GK topics & previous year’s GK question papers is a must. List of Current Affairs GK and Static GK Topics are main portions in the General Knowlege section.

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About Indian GK | General Knowledge Topics on Current Affairs of India

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Indian States and Capitals Largest & Smallest State / UT of India
National Parks in India Wildlife Sanctuaries in India
Top 10 Longest Rivers in India Top 10 Longest Highways in India
List of Waterfalls in India List of National Peaks in India
Top 10 Longest Bridges in India Neighbouring Countries of India
Folk Dances of India Dams In India
National Symbols of India National Animal of India
National/Official Languages in India National Tree of India
List of High Courts in India Union Territories of India
List of Prime Ministers of India List of Indian Presidents
Attorney General of India Election Commission of India
List of RBI Governors List of IPL Winners
List of Cricket World Cup Winners Important Dates in Indian History

List of Current GK & Static GK Topics

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Important Days and Dates National Affairs (i.e., Indian Affairs)
Make in India PM Jan Dhan Yojana
International Current Affairs COVID-19 Status
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Sports Current Affairs Latest Appointments
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Books & Authors Defence News
Banking Current GK Economy Latest Updates
Latest Agreements Latest Obituaries
Science & Technology State News

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List of General Knowledge Questions

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1. How many Lok Sabha seats belong to Rajasthan?

2. How many Lok Sabha seats do Goa have?

3. Hygrometer is used to measure?

4. How many players are there on each side in the game of Basketball?

5. ICAO stands for?

6. In cricket, a run taken when the ball passes the batsman without touching his bat or body is called?

7. In which year the First World War begun?

8. Indian Institute of Petroleum is located at?

9. Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, established in 1971, is located at?

10. Indira Gandhi was assassinated in?

11. Entomology is a science that is related to?

A. Behavior of a human being.
B. Insects
C. The origin and history of technical and scientific terms
D. Formation of Rocks

12. Garampani sanctuary is located at.?

A. Junagarh, Gujarat.
B. Diphu, Assam
C. Kohima, Nagaland
D. Gangtok, Sikkim.

13. Each Year World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day are celebrated on?

A. 08th May.
B. 18th May
C. 08th June
D. 18th June

14. For which of the following disciplines is the Nobel Prize awarded?

A. Physics and Chemistry
B. Medicine
C. Literature, Peace and Economy
D. All of the above.

15. Federation Cup, World Cup, Allywyn International Trophy, and Challenge Cup are related to?

A. Tennis
B. Volleyball
C. Basketball
D. Cricket.

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1. What is Static GK General Knowledge?

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