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Amazon 22nd February Quiz Answers:

Q1. If you visit a Podiatrist, which part of the body will this doctor treat?

Answer: Feet

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Q2. Which of these is NOT a play by Shakespeare?

Answer: Barefoot in the park

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Q3. Jack Dorsey founded which social network in March 2006?

Answer: Twitter

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Q4. Bamboo is a type of grass.

Answer: True

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Q5. The ‘Clavicle’ is also known by which other name?

Answer: Collarbone

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Amazon Apple Watch Quiz Answers – 21st February

1. King Edward, Maris Piper and Romano are all types of which vegetable?
Answer – Potato

2. Which of these planets does NOT have a ring around it?
Answer – Venus

3. Which highway makes up the longest road in India?
Answer – National highway 44

4. In India, the highest temprature ever was recorded on 19 May 2016 in Phalodi, Rajsthan. How much was this?
Answer – 51.0 Degree Celsius

5. Zoya Akhtar’s film Gully Boy recently hit the box office. Which movie was her directorial debut?
Answer – Luck By Chance

Amazon Redmi 6 Pro Quiz Answers – 20th February

1: If your birthday falls between March to April, and your sun sign is depicted by a Ram, what’s your zodiac sign?

Answer: Aries

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2: If you are colorblind, you may not be able to see the true color of the gemstone emerald. What color is it?

Answer: Green

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3: ‘Square watermelons’ are watermelons grown into the shape of a cube, first developed in Japan. However, these are only ornamental and not edible.

Answer: True

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4: The Borlaug Award was instituted to honor Indian scientists for their research and contributions in the field of ______. Fill in the blanks.

Answer: Agriculture

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5: Royal, azure and prussian are shades of which color?

Answer: Blue

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Amazon GoPro Hero7 Quiz Answers – 19th February

1. Bhaichung Bhutia is the current captain of the Indian football team.

Answer – False

2. What is the name of the world’s largest species of spider, in terms of mass and size?

Answer – Goliath Birdeater

3. The Ao language is spoken in which of the following States?

Answer – Nagaland

4. The tune of Stevie Wonder’s hit song, ‘I just called to say I love you’, was adapted for the title track of which Bollywood film?

Answer – Maine Pyar Kiya

5. Jakarta is the capital of which country?

Answer – Indonesia

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1. Which is the smallest state in India?

Answer – Goa

2. If you write a letter to ‘HOH OHO, Canada’ – whose postal code would you be writing to?

Answer – Santa Clause

3. Which of these is NOT a fire-element sign from the Zodiac?

Answer – Aquarius

4. MS Dhoni has never scored a century in any match outside Asia.

Answer – True

5. Photoshop, Premiere Pro and Illustrator are programs belonging to which software company?

Answer – Adobe Inc.

Amazon Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Quiz Answers – 17th February

1. What the capital city of Arunachal Pradesh?

Answer: Itanagar

2. India is the only country to have won the 60-over, 50-over and 20 over World Cups.

Answer: True

3. When talking about computers, what does RAM stand for?

Answer: Random Access Memory

4. Which automobile company launched a sports car into space in February 2018

Answer: Tesla

5. The color red enrages bulls, which is why the matadors of Spain use red capes to challenge them.

Answer: False

Amazon Bose Wireless Sleepbuds Quiz Answers – 16th February

1. Which of the following is the official language in Argentina?

Answer – Spanish

2. We useGoogle Maps for everything these days. But do you know what GPS stands for?

Answer – Global Positioning System

3. The daughter of which prominent Indian businessman recently got married to Anand Piramal?

Answer – Mukesh Ambani

4. Which of the following colors is NOT seen in the Olympics symbol?

Answer – Orange

5. The part in the human body referred to as the ‘funny bone’ isn’t actually a bone but a nerve called the ulnar nerve. Where is it located?

Answer – Elbow

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1. Where in the human body is the femur located?

Answer: Leg

 2. Which one of these Indian movie is inspired by the biography of Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa?

Answer: Taare Zamin Par

 3. During the festival of Onam, people enjoy a wholesome feast known as ‘sadya’. In which Indian state is this festival celebrated?

Answer: Kerala

4. ‘Claque’ is _____.

Answer: a group of people hired to applaud at a performance

 5. If someone mentions ‘Brogues’ what piece of fashion are they referring to?

Answer: Shoes

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Q1.: The world’s smelliest fruit is found abundantly in South East Asia. Which fruit is it?

Answer: Durian

Q2.: Which of these popular Indian models was seen in Alisha Chinoy’s ‘Made in India’ music video from her debut album?

Answer: Milind Soman

Q3.: Which of the following colors is NOT seen in the Olympics symbol?

Answer: Orange

Q4.: Which is the smallest state in India?

Answer: Goa

Q5.: A new Indian rupee note displays Hampi’s Stone Chariot. What is the denomination of this note?

Answer: Fifty Rupees

Amazon Nokia 8.1 Quiz Answers: 12th February

1. How many states and union territories does India comprise of?

Answer – 29 states, 7 Territories

2. What type of Government does India operate under?

Answer – Parliamentary

3. The deepest point on Earth lies 36,000 feet below sea level. Where can you find it?

Answer – Mariana Trench

4. Which of these Avengers superheroes is NOT from Earth?

Answer – Thor

5. ’Survival of the fittest’ is a phrase that we commonly use. It is derived from the theories of which famous scientist?

Answer – Charles Darwin

Amazon 11th February Quiz Answers

Q1.: From what book is the quote,’ War is peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is strength’?

Answer: 1984

Q2.: ‘Dunder Mifflin Paper Company’ is the setting for which famous TV series?

Answer: The Office

Q3.: The first person in history to win two Nobel prizes was ______________.

Answer: Marie Curie

Q4.: In the context of space, a ‘Light Year’ is ______.

Answer: A unit of length

Q5.: Vader, Papi, Tatay, and Tevas are different terms for a _____.

Answer: Father

Amazon OnePlus 6T Quiz Answers – 10th February

1. Which planet in our solar system has the shortest day?

Answer – Jupiter

2. Serena Williams has won more Grand Slams than Roger Federer.

Answer – True

3. Which fruit is thrown during the annual food-fight festival in Bunol, Spain?

Answer – Tomato

4. Who is the youngest person to ever be awarded the Nobel prize?

Answer – Malala Yousufzai

5. In 1971, Alan Shepard played __ on the moon, making him the only person to ever play this sport anywhere other than Earth. Which sport was it?

Answer – Golf

Amazon Saregama Carvaan Quiz Answers – 9th February

1. The cherubic baby, Cupid, is popularly associated with Valentine’s Day. What does he carry with him?

Answer – Bow and Arrow

2. In the phrase XOXO, what does the ‘O’ stand for?

Answer – Hug

3. Which Pakistani cricketer made his test debut in the same match as Sachin Tendulkar?

Answer – Waqar Younis

4. The longest wrestling match in Olympic history was played in the 1912 Summer Olympics. How long did it last?

Answer – 11 Hours 40 Minutes

5. Who is the Greek goddess of love?

Answer – Aphrodite

Amazon 8th February Quiz Answers: 8th February

1. Ablutophobia’ is the fear of?

Answer – Bathing

2 The Greeks referred to this state as ‘Pentapotamia’, an inland delta of five converging rivers. Name this Indian State

Answer – Punjab

3. Which of these is the Greek goddess of victory?

Answer – Nike

4. Jetsun Pema became the queen of which Asian kingdom following her marriage in 2011?

Answer – Bhutan

5. Which High Court recently ruled against negative marking in competitive examinations?

Answer – Madras High Court

Amazon Honor Band 4 Quiz Answers: 7th February

1. Wolverine, also known as ‘Gulo Gulo’ is the member of which animal family?

Answer – Weasel

2. The collective noun for a group of giraffes is a ‘___ of giraffes’. Fill in the blanks.

Answer – Tower

3. Churchill, Sherman and Panzer and the names of ______?

Answer – Military Tanks

4. Which ancient empire was ruled by Xerxes the Great in the fifth century BC?

Answer – The Persian Empire

5. Which nation was the first to give women the right to vote?

Answer – New Zealand

Amazon Vivo V11 Pro Quiz Answers – 6th February

1. In context to NBA basketball, what does the term MVP stand for?

Answer: Most Valuable Player

2. Which one of these Indian movie is inspired by the biography of Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa?

Answer: Taare Zameen Par

3. Castella, Tres Leches, Brigadeiro, and Oliebollen are all names of ___?

Answer: Desserts

4. Which of these actors played on-screen father to their real father?

Answer: Abhishek Bachchan

5. At the age of 16 years and 146 days, who recently became the youngest batsman in the world to score a half-century in international cricket?

Answer: Rohit Paudel

Amazon Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones Quiz Answers – 5th February

1. Which element was discovered on the Sun before it was discovered on Earth?

Answer: Helium

2. Vlad the Impaler was an emperor in Romania in the 14th century. Which fictional character was based on him?

Answer: Dracula

3. The ‘Asteroid Belt’ is a region of space where most of the asteroids in our Solar System are found orbiting the Sun. This belt is located between the orbits of which two planets?

Answer: Mars and Jupiter

4. Narthaki Nataraj recently became the first Transgender to be awarded the Padma Shri award. Which of these dance forms is she associated with?

Answer: Bharatnatyam

5. Which country won the recently held 2019 Asian Cup Football tournament?

Answer: Qatar

Amazon Quiz Time Answers – 4th February

1. Who led the Indian cricket team to their first ever World Cup victory in 1983?

Answer – Kapil Dev

2. What is the national sport of Japan?

Answer – Sumo Wrestling

3. A ‘sonnet’ is a poem in a specific form which originated in Italy. How many lines does a sonnet typically have?

Answer – 14

4. The largest Buddhist monastery is the world is located in ___

Answer – Indonesia

5. Which of these Indian states does NOT share its border with China?

Answer – Nagaland

Amazon Samsung Galaxy A7 Quiz Answers:

1. Entomology is the science that studies Insects.

Answer: True

2. _ 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

3. Bile, which aids the digestion of fatty acids, is produced by which organ in the human body?

Answer: Liver

4. The Mars Mission ‘HOPE’ is scheduled to be launched by 2020. Which country’s probe is this?

Answer: UAE

5. This is a horseshoe shaped zone found along the Pacific rim, where around 90% of the world’s earthquakes occur. What is it known as?

Answer: The Ring of Fire

Amazon Sony Alpha DSLR Camera Quiz Answers – 2nd February

1. Which dance move became popular after Michael Jackson used it during a performance of the song ‘Billie Jean’ in 1983?

Answer – Moonwalk

2. What is the dot that appears on the lower case of the alphabet ‘i’ called?

Answer – Tittle

3. If you can see the Wheel of Stone inside the Vittala Temple complex, which city are you in?

Answer – Hampi

4. What is the highest civilian award of India?

Answer – Bharat Ratna

5. In the context of space, a ‘Light Year’ is __.

Answer – A unit of Length

Amazon Quiz Time Answers – 1st February

1. Where can you take a selfie while sitting on the real Iron Throne used in the filming of Game of Thrones?

Answer: Croatia

2. ‘I’m the king of the world’ is a dialogue from which movie?

Answer: Titanic

3. There have been 3 Kabbadi World Cups held so far, and one country has won them all. Which one is it?

Answer: India

4. Polar bears are found in Antarctica.

Answer: False

5. ‘Salome’ and ‘An Ideal Husband’ are plays written by which playwright?

Answer: Oscar Wilde

Amazon Sony Home Theatre Quiz Answers – 31st January

1. Octopuses have 3 hearts

Answer – True

2. Starbucks was founded in which American city?

Answer – Seattle

3. In the Lion King, Rafiki is the name of which character?

Answer –  The Monkey

4. Which of these is NOT a droid from Stars Wars?

Answer – Chwbacca

5. In which year was the first hard disk with a gigabyte of space released?

Answer – 1980

Amazon Samsung Galaxy Smartwatch Quiz Answers

1. Which of the following is NOT a phrase in Spanish?

Answer – Buon Giorno

2. Which Bollywood film was added to the Guiness book for winning the highest number of awards?

Answer – Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai

3. In the Harry Potter series, what is the name of the prison where Sirius Black was held captiv

Answer – Azkaban

4. Marvel is releasing its first movie with a female superhero lead in 2019. Which film is it?

Answer – Captain Marvel

5. The actor who played Thanos in Avengers, was also the villain in another Marvel movie. Which was it?

Answer – Cable in Deadpool 2

Amazon Fossil Smartwatch Quiz Answer – 29th January

1. This actor died in 1984 and also starred in a movie named ‘1984’. Who is he?

Answer – Richard Burton

2. Which famous superhero movie quoted ‘With great power comes great responsibility’?

Answer – Spider-Man

3. If you are spotted eating this in Singapore, you will be fined. What is it?

Answer – Chewing Gum

4. A shrimp’s heart is located in it’s head.

Answer – True

5. What is the name of the museum in Croatia where one can find displays such as a memory jar, champagne bottle corks and a positive pregnancy test?

Answer – Museum of Broken Relationships

Amazon Quiz Time Answers – 28th January

1. Who is the first Indian-born actor to be on the cover of the US edition of Vogue magazine?

Answer – Priyanka Chopra

2. What were the soldiers who protected Roman emperors called?

Answer – Praetorian Guard

3. Which country considers the Unicorn their national animal?

Answer – Scotland

4. Sachin Tendulkar fielded for Pakistan once

Answer – True

5. At least one native species of ant is found on every continent, except?

Answer – Antartica

Amazon iPhone Xs Quiz – 27th January

1, Leonardo da Vinci could write with one hand and draw with the other at the same time.

Answer – True

2. Tatya Tonpe and Rani of Jhasi were associated with which of these freedom movements of India?

Answer –  Indian Rebellion of 1857

3. What is the name of the mountain region that separates France and Spain?

Answer – The Pyrenees

4. Stan Lee made his first appearance in a DC movie as an animated character. Which film was it?

Answer – Teen Titans Go! To the Movies

5. The famous ‘Hornbill festival’ is celebrated in which of the following states of India?

Answer – Nagaland

Amazon Special Edition Quiz – 26th January

1. Under British rule, Delhi only became the capital of India in 1911. Which city was India’s capital before this?

Answer – Calcutta (kolkata)

2. The ‘National Institution for Transforming India’ is a policy think tank of the Government of India, established with the aim to achieve sustainable development goals. By which other name is it know?

Answer – NITI Aayog

3. The first passenger train in India ran between Bombay (Mumbai) and ___ in 1853. Fill in the blanks.

Answer – Thane

4. The Constitution of India is the longest written constitution of any sovereign country in the world. As of 2019, how many articles does it have?

Answer – 449

5. In a historic accord, this year’s Republic Day parade has an all-women contingent marching at Rajpath. Which army unit do they belong to?

Answer – Assam Rifles

Amazon Quiz Time Answers – 25th January

1. In the Lion King, ‘Rafiki’ is the name of which character?

Answer – The Monkey

2. Polysomnography is a type of study concerning which human activity?

Answer – Sleeping

3. Which country considers the Unicorn their national animal?

Answer  – Scotland

4. Lemurs are native to only one country on the planet. Which country is it?

Answer – Madagascar

5. In which year was the first hard disk with a gigabyte of space released?

Answer –  1980

Amazon Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch Quiz Answers – 24th January

1. Who was the first president of the USA?

Answer – George Washington

2. The soldiers who protected Roman emperors were called ___. Fill in the blanks.

Answer – Praetorian guards

3. Eugenics is the study of ___.

Answer – Altering Human Beings by Changing their Genetic Components

4. When is the International Day of Families celebrated?

Answer – 15 May

5. Which famous superhero movie quoted ‘With great power comes great responsibility’?

Answer – Spider Man

Amazon Sony Portable Party System Quiz Answers – 19th January

1. Which of these Zodiac signs is the only one to be represented by an inanimate object in its symbol?

Answer – Libra

2. What state of matter is our Sun mainly made of?

Answer – Plasma

3. ‘Poseidon’ is the Greek god of __. Fill in the blanks.

Answer – The Sea

4. Which planet in our solar system is named after the Roman god of war?

Answer – Mars

5. 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

Amazon Quiz Time Answers – 18th January

1. The Mughal Empress Arjumand Banu Begum is better known as?

Answer – Mumtaz Mahal

2. Which ancient empire was ruled by Xerxes the Great in the fifth century BC?

Answer –The Persian Empire

3. Clark Kent is the real name of which superhero?

Answer – Superman

4. What is the main component used in the manufacture of glass?

Answer – Sand

5. Which nation was the first to give women the right to vote?

Answer – New Zealand

Amazon Great Indian Festival Quiz Answers: 17th January

1. You can avail ‘No cost EMI’ to shop during the upcoming Great Indian Sale on Amazon.in using all the below payment methods, except?

Answer – Gold Coins

2. Using which bank’s credit/debit card can you avail up to 10% instant discount on shopping during the Great Indian Sale on Amazon.in?

Answer – HDFC Bank

3. ‘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

4. When does the Great Indian Sale 2019 begin for all customers on Amazon.in?

Answer – 20th January

5. Prime members get early access to the Great Indian Sale. When does the sale start for them?

Answer – 12 Noon 19th January

Amazon Saregama Carvaan Quiz Answers – 17th January

1. The Indian state of Nagaland was formed in 1963. Which state was it a part of earlier?

Answer – Assam

2. As of 2019, which Indian most recently received the Nobel prize?

Answer – Kailash Satyarthi

3. What is a ‘quandong’?

Answer – A fruit

4. The Gila monster is a venomous what?

Answer – Lizard

5. ___ 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

Amazon Mi A2 Quiz Answers – 16th January

1. Bile, which aids the digestion of fatty acids, is produced by which organ in the human body?

Answer – Liver

2. ‘Triton’ is the name of the largest natural satellite of which planet?

Answer – Neptune

3. 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

4. ‘Borborygmus’ is the medical term for what bodily function or condition?

Answer – Stomach Rumbles

5. Which state recently launched the ‘One Family, One Job’ scheme which entitles one government job for every family in the state?

Answer- Sikkim

Amazon Sony Alpha Quiz Answers – 15th January

1. In a car, what does ABS stand for?

Answer – Antilock braking system

2. Rumtek monastery is located in ____.

Answer – Sikkim

3. Which of these books got author Jhumpa Lahiri the Pulitzer prize?

Answer – Interpreter of Maldives

4. Michael D. Higgins is the president of ____.

Answer – Ireland

5.Which sport are Narain Karthikeyan and Karun Chandhok associated with?

Answer – Formula One Racing

Amazon 14th January Quiz Time Answers:

1. What kind of weapon is a falchion?

Answer – A sword

2. A ‘sonnet’ is a poem in a specific form which originated in Italy. How many lines does a sonnet typically have?

Answer – 14

3. AR Rahman won a Grammy award for which album?

Answer – Slumdog Millionaire

4. In 1927, who launched the ‘Mahad Satyagraha’?

Answer – Dr B.R Ambedkar

5. 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

Amazon Blackberry Key2 Quiz Answers:

Q1.: British women over the age of 30 who met minimum property qualifications could do what from Feb 1918?

Answer: Vote

Q2.: Which famous scientist wrote the book ‘A Brief History of Time’?

Answer: Stephen Hawking

Q3.: As of 1st January 2019, which of these countries has officially quit the UNESCO?

Answer: USA

Q4.: Which element is represented by the chemical symbol Fe?

Answer: Iron

Q5.: Which of these is an initiative recently launched by ISRO to engage students with space science activities?

Answer: Samwad

Amazon Yamaha Acoustic Guitar Quiz Answers:

1. In which country would you find Easter Island, most famous for its nearly 1,000 extant monumental statues, called moai?

Answer – Chile

 

2. Which is the least populated country in the world?

Answer – Vatican City

 

3. Which is the least populated country in the world?

Answer – Loch Ness, Scotland

 

4. Which of these is an annual fair in Rajasthan, known for its camel trading event?

Answer – Pushkar Mela

 

5. What currency does Ukraine use?

Answer – Hryvnia

Amazon 11th January Quiz Answers:

1. In August 1962, Jamaica declared independance from which country?

Answer – United Kingdom

2. In 1819, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles founded which colonial state?

Answer – Singapore

3. What is the national flower of India?

Answer – Lotus

4. Lemurs are native to only one country on the planet. Which country is it?

Answer – Madagascar

5. Polysomnography is a type of study concerning which human activity?

Answer – Sleeping

Amazon 10th January Sony Home Theatre Quiz Answers:

1. A coup in Libya in 1969, brought which dictator to power?

Answer- Muammar Gaddafi

2. What was the name of the ship Christopher Columbus sailed from Spain to the ‘New World’ in 1492?

Answer – Santa Maria

3. In hospitals, Nephrology departments generally treat medical issues related to which organs of the body?

Answer – Kidneys

4. Where in the human body is the femur located?

Answer – Leg

5. What food makes up the majority of the giant panda’s diet?

Answer – Bamboo

Amazon 9th January Vivo V11 Pro Quiz Answers:

1. What is the national animal of India?

Answer – Tiger

2. Which would weigh more – 1 cubic foot of gold or silver?

Answer – Gold

3. Turtles are classified as reptiles. True or false?

Answer – True

4. A male swan is known as a cob, a baby swan is known as a cygnet. What is a female swan called?

Answer – pen

5. What is the hardest naturally occurring substance in the world?

Answer – Diamond

Amazon 8th January Quiz Time Answers:

1. Coco, Cars and Inside Out are all films produced by which animation film company?

Answer – Pixar

2. Which is the only planet in our solar system that is not named after figures from Greek or Roman mythology?

Answer – Earth

3. In the Marvel Universe, who is the Scarlet Witch’s twin brother?

Answer – QuickSilver

4. Which is the world’s largest land carnivore?

Answer – Polar Bear

5. Who recently took charge as the first Chief Justice of Telangana High Court?

Answer – TB Radhakrishna


Amazon Fire TV Stick Quiz Time Answers:

1. What is the national tree of India?

Answer – Banyan Tree

2. Which continent is home to the largest non-polar ice cap in the world?

Answer – North America

3. According to the old English proverb, what is ‘in the eye of the beholder’?

Answer – Beauty

4. Theravada and Mahayana are branches of which major world religion?

Answer – Buddhism

5. Who composed the score for the 1994 musical ‘The Lion King’?

Answer – Hans Zimmer


Amazon OnePlus 6T Quiz Time Answers:

1. Which one of these figure from Greek Mythology causes people to turn to stone?

Answer – Medusa

2. Launched in October 2008, Chandrayaan-1 was India’s first lunar probe.

Answer – True

3. Indian Railways has recently developed which AI-powered robot to check for faults in trains?

Answer – Ustaad

4. Which Indian scientist won the Nobel prize for Physics in 1930 for pioneering work on scattering of light?

Answer – Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman

5. The book ‘281 and Beyond’ is an autobiography of which Indian cricketer?

Answer – VVS LAXMAN

Amazon Bose Wireless Headphones Quiz Time Answers:

Q1: Where were the first Winter Olympics held?

Ans: France

Q2: Jetsun Pema became the Queen of which Asian kingdom following her marriage on October 13, 2011?

Ans: Bhutan

Q3: Which is the least populated country in the world?

Ans: Vatican City

Q4: The longest wrestling match in Olympic history was played in the 1912 Summer Olympics. How long did it last?

Answer: 11 hours 40 minutes

Q5: ‘Claque’ is ___.

Answer: A group of people hired to applaud at a performance

Amazon 4th January Quiz Time Answers:

Q1: The unique Chapparam (Chariot) festival 2018 recently commenced in which of the following states?

Ans: Tamil Nadu

Q2: The study of fossils to determine organisms’ evolution and their interaction with each other is called?

Ans: Paleontology

Q3: Khantumm bamboo dance is the folk dance of which state?

Ans: Mizoram

Q4: What is the name of the organization that serves as the governing body of the Olympics?

Answer: IOC

Q5: Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, Weeping Woman and Guernica are famous paintings by which modern artist?

Answer: Pablo Picasso

Amazon Honor Band 4 Quiz Answers – 3rd January

1. What is the name of the network of highways that connects the four major cities of India – Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi and Mumbai?
ans – The Golden Quadrilateral

2. Who was the first Indian movie star to be featured on the cover of Time Magazine?
Ans- Parveen Babi

3. What of these Marvel super villains was created when the character accidentally exposed himself to a concentrated burst of gamma rays?
Ans- Abomination

4. An Olympic gold medal is made mostly of which of these metals?
ans- Silver

5. Which planet in our solar system has the shortest day?
ans- Jupiter

Amazon Oppo R17 Pro Quiz Answers – 2nd January

Q1.: Which nation’s athletes traditionally enter last in the Parade of Nations at the opening ceremony of the Olympics?

Answer: The host Nation

Q2.: What is the the official residence of the Pope?

Answer: Apostolic Palace

Q3.: What is the largest living bird by wingspan?

Answer: The Wandering Albatross

Q4.: Which state recently organized the 3rd Dwijing Festival 2018?

Answer: Assam

Q5.: Oscar Swahn holds the record for being the oldest Olympic medalist. How old was he when he won and made this record?

Answer: 72

Amazon Bose Speaker system Quiz Answers – 1st January

1. Which of these famous painting by Leonardo Da vinci is also known by as La Gioconda

Ans: The mona lisa

2. Which of these popular legends is associated with why the olympics Marathon is 26 Miles and 385 Yards long

Ans: The Greek messenger Pheiddipides died after running that distance

3. Travelling from one pole to another which of these animals undertakes the worls longest migration each year

Ans: Arctic tern

4. Which was named as the word of the year 2018 by oxford dictionaries

Answer: toxic

5. Who organized the Opening ceremonies for the 1960 winter Olympics

Answer: Walt disney

Amazon 31st December Quiz Time Answers:

1. Which is the only sea in the world without any coasts?

Answer – Sargasso Sea

2. Along with Spain and France, which is the only other country to have both Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines?

Answer – Morocco

3. Which of the following superheroes was NOT a founding member of the X-Men?

Answer – Wolverine

4. If you were a cartographer, what would you be studying?

Answer – Maps

5. Which mountain peak is farthest from the center of the Earth?

Answer – Mount Chimbarazo

Amazon Huawei Mate 20 Pro Quiz Answers – 30th December

Q1: Which dinosaur’s name translates to ‘fast thief’ or ‘swift seizer’?

Ans: Velociraptor

Q2: Who directed the film Bandit Queen?

Ans: Shekhar Kapur

Q3: In the Marvel universe, who is Scarlet Witch’s twin brother?

Ans: Quicksilver

Q4: In which year was the first ever Filmfare Award show held?

Answer: 1954

Q5: Which famous comic book character shares his name with a city in Turkey?

Answer: Batman

Amazon Mega Tough 2018 Quiz Answers – 29th December

1.  Which of these events did NOT take place in 2018?

Answer – Emmanuel Macron became the president of France

2. In a historic accord, North and South Korea signed the ‘______ Declaration’ this year, pledging to bring a formal end to the Korean War. What was the declaration called?

Answer – Panmunjom Declaration

3. Which of these Indian states did NOT undergo a state legislative assembly election in 2018?

Answer – Assam

4/ India’s National Blind Cricket team beat Pakistan and won the 2018 Blind Cricket World Cup in January. In which stadium was this match played?

Answer – Sharjah Cricket Stadium, UAE

5. Several celebrities tied the knot this year. Which of these couples did NOT get married in 2018?

Answer is – Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli

6. In 2018, which country opened its first movie theatre in 35 years, with the release of the movie ‘Black Panther’?

Answer– Saudi Arabia

7. Journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Which American newspaper did he work for?

Answer – Washington Post

8. Famously dubbed as the ‘Nobel Prize of Asia’, two Indians were awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award this year. One was Bharat Vaswani, who was the second?

Answer – Sonam Wangchuk

9. This Indian engineer from Pune was part of the team that won an Oscar in 2018. Who is he?

Answer– Vikas Sathaye

10. Stephen Hawking, the physicist who died in March this year, was laid to rest in Westminster Abbey. His ashes lay between the graves of which two individuals?

Answer – Sir Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin

Amazon Sony Portable Party System Quiz Answers – 29th December

1. Which was the first Indian movie that was submitted for an Oscar?

Ans: Mother India

2. Which country boycotted the 1980 Olympics?

Ans: USA

3. What newspaper does Peter Parker work for?

Ans: The Daily Bugle

4. Who was the first Indian to win an Oscar?

Answer: Bhanu Athaiya

5. Featuring over 70 songs, which of these bollywood films holds the record for the highest number of songs?

Answer: Indrasabha


Amazon Armani Watch Quiz Time Answers:

Q1. Which element was discovered on the Sun before it was discovered on Earth?

Answer. Helium

Q2. In which country is Mount Vesuvius located?

Answer. Italy

Q3. In 305 BC, which Maurya ruler defeated Alaxander’s general Seleucus Nicator?

Answer. Chandragupta Maurya

Q4. The Portsmouth college in UK offers a course to its students in which of these languages?

Answer. Hinglish

Q5. Which team won the 2018 FIFA Club World Cup?

Answer. Real Madrid

Amazon 27th December Quiz Time Answers:

Q1. What razor-thin country accounts for more than half of the western coastline of South America?

Answer :Malaysia

Q2. What is the hardest substance in the human body?

Answer :Monaco

Q3. Kalia the Crow, Suppandi and Shikari Shambhu belong to which comic book?

Answer :Black Panther

Q4. Which is the only continent that occupies all four hemispheres?

Answer : Chengila

Q5. The first iron-cased rockets in the world were successfully developed and deployed for military use by _______. Fill in the blanks.

Answer :France

Amazon Honor 8C Quiz Answers – 26th December

Q1.: What razor-thin country accounts for more than half of the western coastline of South America?

Answer: Chile

Q2.: What is the hardest substance in the human body?

Answer: Enamel

Q3.: Kalia the Crow, Suppandi and Shikari Shambhu belong to which comic book?

Answer: Tinkle

Q4.: Which is the only continent that occupies all four hemispheres?

Answer: Africa

Q5.: The first iron-cased rockets in the world were successfully developed and deployed for military use by ___. Fill in the blanks.

Answer: Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan, Kingdom of Mysore

Amazon Canon DSLR Quiz Answers – 25th December

Q1. Which of these insects is known to have 12,000 eyes?

Answer: Monarch Butterflies

Q2. Who founded the Vijayanagara Empire that reigned over South India in the 13th century?

Answer: Harihara I

Q3. In Japanese, what is the word for goodbye?

Answer: Sayounara

Q4. What does a manometer measure?

Answer: Pressure

Q5. Which ocean is home to over 75% of the world’s volcanoes?

Answer: Pacific

Amazon 24th December Quiz Time Answers

1. Which of these brands derives its name from the Greek goddess of victory?

Answer – Nike

2. Who developed the theory of evolution in the famous book ‘On the Origin of Species’?

Answer – Charles Darwin

3. Which country has more natural lakes than the rest of the world combined?

Answer – Canada

4. Abraham Lincoln was also an accomplished wrestler, and was honored later by the ‘National Wrestling Hall of Fame’.

Answer – True

5. Which of these countries was the largest producer of sugar in the year 2018?

Answer – Brazil

Amazon Oppo R17 Pro Quiz Answers – 23rd December

1. Which European country is home to the famous city of Transylvania?

Answer – Romania

2. Olympus Mons is the largest mountain in our solar system and is about three times higher than Mt. Everest. On which planet would you find it?

Answer – Mars

3. Which of these mammals lays eggs?

Answer – Echidna

4. Which of these cities is located on two continents?

Answer – Istanbul

5. In which year was Mahatma Gandhi nominated for the Nobel Prize for the first time?

Answer – 1937

Amazon Apple MacBook Air Quiz Answers – 22nd December

Q1.: Who wrote the famous book of fables known as the Panchatantra?

Answer: Vishnu Sharma

Q2.: What is the Roman name of Hecate, the Greek goddess of witchcraft, magic and ghosts?

Answer: Trivia

Q3.: Angel Falls is the world’s highest waterfall that starts at a height of 3230 feet and fall uninterrupted for a height of 2647 feet. Which country is this majestic waterfall located in?

Answer: Venezuela

Q4.: Started in 1780, what was the name of India’s first English newspaper?

Answer: The Bengal Gazette

Q5.: Which is the hottest planet in our solar system?

Answer: Venus

Amazon Bose Speaker System Quiz Answers – 21st December

1.On average, how long does it take light to travel from the sun to the earth?

Answer – 8 Minutes 20 Seconds

2. In physics, what is the term for a ‘nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei’?

Answer – Fusion

3. What is the name of the deepest point in the ocean?

Answer – Mariana Trench

4. On which day in history did Mahatma Gandhi embark on the famous Dandi March?

Answer – March 12, 1930

5. What is the name of the world’s largest active volcano?

Answer – Maua loa

Amazon Quiz Time Answers – 20th December

Q1.: 15 August 2015 marked the 40th anniversary of which Indian film?

Answer: Sholay

Q2.: Entomology is the name of what field of study?

Answer: Insects

Q3.: Kisan Ghat in Delhi is the memorial ground of which famous leader?

Answer: Chaudhary Charan Singh

Q4.: What is the name of India’s first indigenously built submarine?

Answer: INS Shalki

Q5.: Who among these is the chief legal advisor to the Government of India, and is the primary lawyer for GOI in the Supreme Court?

Answer:  Attorney General

Amazon Huawei Mate20 Pro Quiz Answers – 19th December

Q1.: The Ozone Layer protects us from what kind of harmful radiation?

Answer: Ultraviolet radiation

Q2.: In 2008, who became the first Indian actor to receive the prestigious Malaysian title, ‘Datuk’?

Answer: Shah Rukh Khan

Q3.: Thomson seedless, Bangalore Blue, Anab-e-Shahi are the varieties of which fruit in India?

Answer: Grapes

Q4.: Which leader did Mahatma Gandhi call the ‘Prince among Patriots’?

Answer: Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

Q5.: Who was first female to become the governor of an Indian state?

Answer:Sarojini Naidu

Amazon Fossil Smartwatch Quiz Answer – 18th December

Q1. By what name is K’ung Fu-tzu better known to the Western world?

Answer: Confucius

Q2. Introduced in 1796, which was the first successful vaccine developed in history?

Answer: smallpox

Q3. With which dance form would you associate the famous dancers Rukmini Devi Arundale and Yamini Krishnamurthy?

Answer: Bharatanatyam

Q4. In cricket, what do you call a run taken when the ball passes the batsman without touching his bat or body?

Answer: Bye

Q5. Which of these herbs, used extensively in Indian cuisine, is referred to as ‘dhania’ in Hindi?

Answer: coriander

Amazon OnePlus 6T Quiz Answers – 17th December

1. Former top ranking pro golfer Vijay Singh is from which country?

Answer – fiji

2. In India, what is the function of the train known as the Lifeline Express?

Answer – Hospital

3. Which of these countries was NOT a Soviet Republic in USSR?

Answer – Serbia

4. In which language was the classic work of Leo Tolstoy, ‘War and Peace’ originally written in?

Answer – Russian

5. In which year did India join the United Nations?

Answer – 1945

Amazon Quiz Time Answers – 16th December

1. Which Indi-pop singer’s former name was ‘Sujata’, and is known for her hit pop song ‘Made in India’?

Answer. Alisha Chinai

2. Which of these big cat species is known to have a tuft or a bunch of hair at the end of their tail?

Answer. Lions

3. In geometry, which figure gets its name from the Greek word for ‘table’?

Answer. Trapezium

4. In which ocean is the island of Madagascar located?

Answer. Indian Ocean

5. The name of which city comes from two words meaning ‘market for areca nut’ in the local language?

Answer. Guwahati

Amazon Sony Portable Party System Quiz Answers – 15th December

1. What is a fathometer used to measure?

Answer – Ocean Depth

2. Where in the human body is the stapedius muscle situated?

Answer – Ears

3. Which of these Raj Kapoor starrers was also released overseas as ‘The Vagabond’?

Answer – Awara

4. If you were a cartographer, what would you be studying?

Answer – Maps

5. In which city can you find the mausoleum of Mughal Empress Arjumand Banu Begum?

Answer – Agra

Amazon Echo Sub Quiz Answers – 14th December

1. M.K. Gandhi lived in a farm in South Africa named after a famous Russian novelist. Name the author.

Answer – Lev Tostloy

2. Which of these elements is NOT named after a scientist?

Answer –Ruthenium

3. The archeological remains of which institution is found in the vicinity of a town called ‘Bihar Sharif’ in the eastern part of India?

Answer – Nalanda University

4. One of the oldest sanctuaries in India is the Garampani Sanctuary. Which state is it located in?

Answer – Assam

5. _______ is a philosophical perspective that views the universe and everything in it as a kind of machine made up of connected but distinct parts?

Answer – mechanism


Amazon Quiz Time Answers – 13th December

1. In which country is Mount Vesuvius located?

Answer – Italy

2. What temperature is the same in both Celsius and Fahrenheit scales?

Answer – -40

3. Which of these antagonist characters was created by novelist J.K. Rowling?

Answer – Lord Voldemort

4. What was the real name of Pope John Paul II?

Answer – Karol Józef Wojtyła

5. Yakshagana’ is a traditional theatre form originating from which Indian state?

Answer – Karnataka


Amazon Oppo f9 Pro Quiz Answers – 12th December

1. Which is the largest internal organ in the human body?

Answer: Liver

Q2. Adele performed the theme song to which James Bond film?

Answer: Skyfall

Q3. Which of these did Alfred Nobel invent?

Answer: Dynamite

Q4. Which country hosted the Summer Olympics in 2016?

Answer: Brazil

Q5. Apart from Venus, which planet rotates from east to west?

Answer: Uranus


Amazon Apple Smart Watch Quiz Answers – 11th December

1. Castella, Tres Leches, Brigadeiro, and Oliebollen are all names of ___?

Answer: Desserts

2. _______ is the fear of going to bed. Fill in the blanks.

Answer: Clinophobia

3. What is the currency of Sweden?

Answer: Krona

4. Cyril Ramaphosa, who is expected to be the chief guest at the 2019 Republic Day of India is President of which African country?

Answer: South Africa

5. Which country recently announced plans to become the world’s first country to make its public transportation free for everyone by 2019?

Answer: Luxembourg


Amazon Quiz Time Answers – 10th December

1. In the 2019 ‘live action’ remake of the famous 1994 animated movie ‘Lion King’, which actor will be reprising his original role as Mufasa?

Answer – James Earl Jones

2. What was the term used to refer to British women who fought for women’s right to vote in the early 20th century?

Answer – Suffragettes

3. Which is the only bird that is able to fly backwards?

Answer – HummingBird

4. India’s longest rail-road bridge ‘Bogibeel Bridge’ is built over which of the following rivers?

Answer – Brahmaputra

5. n which European city would you find the famous Blue Domed Church?

Answer – Santorini, Greece


Amazon Iphone Xs Answers – 9th December

1. What is the name of the first historically confirmed female pharaoh of ancient Egypt?

Answer – Sobekneferu

2. Which of these species is the world’s largest living primate?

Answer – Gorilla

3. What is the hard white material that makes up an elephant’s tusk called?

Answer – Ivory

4. What is the world’s largest venomous snake?

Answer – King Cobra

5. The point on earth farthest from the earth’s center, or closest to the moon falls in which country?

Answer – Ecuador


Amazon Quiz Time Answers – 8th December

1. The collective noun for a group of kittens is a ‘_____ of kittens’. Fill in the blanks.

Answer – Kindle

2. Which country was formerly called Ceylon?

Answer – Sri Lanka

3. Panthera Tigris is the scientific name for which well known animal?

Answer – Tiger

4. In the popular TV show ‘The Simpsons’, what is the name of the beer that is served in the town of Springfield?

Answer – Duff

5. Considered to be the oldest neutral country, which country has not fought in any wars since 1814?

Answer – Sweden


Amazon Armani Watch Quiz Answers

1. Which nation was the first to give women the right to vote?

Answer – New Zealand

2.Paul Michael Levesque is the real name of which famous pro-wrestler?

Answer – Triple H

3. Which ancient empire was ruled by Xerxes the Great in the fifth century BC?

Answer – The Persian Empire

4. Which northern animal is known as the Gulo Gulo in Latin?

Answer – Wolverine

5. Which continent has the fewest flowering plants?

Answer – Antartica


Amazon OnePlus 6T Quiz Answers – 6th December

1. Which of these birds is known for laying its eggs in the nests of other birds?

Answer – Cuckoo

2. Which is the world’s largest living fish?

Answer – Whale Shark

3. ‘Anura’ is the scientific name for which animal?

Answer – Frog

4. Which animal has the highest blood pressure in the world?

Answer – Giraffe

5. Which mountain peak is farthest from the center of the Earth?

Answer – Mount Chimborazo


Amazon Quiz Time Answers – 5th December

Q1.: Historically, did a Grand Slam event ever have to stop play due to extreme heat?

Answer: Yes

Q2.: Which member of the cat family is the only one that cannot retract its claws?

Answer: Cheetah

Q3.: Which country is home to the world’s largest number of wild tigers?

Answer: India

Q4.: Which famous comic book character shares his name with a city in Turkey?

Answer: Batman

Q5.: Which animal features in the official logo of the World Wildlife Fund?

Answer: The Giant Panda


Amazon Saregama Carvan Quiz Answers – 4th December

1. The collective noun for a group of giraffes is a ‘___ of giraffes’. Fill in the blanks.

Answer – Tower

2. Wolverine, also known as Gulo gulo is the member of which animal family?

Answer – Weasel

3. Churchill, Sherman and Panzer and the names of ____?

Answer – Military Tanks

4. Which of these can a horse NOT do?

Answer – Vomit

5. ___ was the name of the network of computers which is said to have formed the technical foundations for the Internet. Fill in the blanks.

Answer – ARPANET


Amazon Quiz Time Answers – 3rd December

1. Which is the largest subspecies of the Tiger?

Answer – The Siberian Tiger

2. Which female character from Greek mythology brought evil into the world when her curiosity compelled her to open a magical box?

Answer – Pandora

3. Which of these crawly creature is said to have the highest number of legs – which can go up to 200 pairs?

Answer – Millipede

4. In physics, what is the term for a ‘nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei’?

Answer – Fusion

5. A crocodile cannot stick out its tongue.

Answer – True


Amazon Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Quiz Answers – 2nd December

1. The offspring of a zebra and a donkey is called a __. Fill in the blanks.

Answer – Zeedonk

2. The Koala bear’s diet mainly consists of eating __. Fill in the blanks.

Answer – Eucalyptus Leaves

3. The Koala bear’s diet mainly consists of eating __. Fill in the blanks.

Answer – True

4. What is the main component used in the manufacture of glass?

Answer – Sand

5. How many fights did Muhammad Ali lose in his professional boxing career?

Answer – 5


Amazon Quiz Time Answers – 1st December

1. What is the name of the world’s largest lizard?

Answer – Komodo Dragon

2. What is the name of the first pyramid ever built in Ancient Egypt?

Answer – The Step Pyramid of Djoser

3. Which is the smallest and shallowest ocean in the world?

Answer – The Arctic Ocean

4. Which famous pop singer’s real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta?

Answer – Lady Gaga

5. Which of these marine mammals is the largest of the dolphin family?

Answer – Killer Whale


Amazon Seagate Hard Drive Quiz Answers – 30th November

1. Which of these is NOT considered to be a ‘macro-nutrient’?

Answer: Vitamins

2. ‘Fugdi’ is a folk dance, performed by women dancers forming circles or rows. Which state/region does it come from?

Answer: Goa/Konkan

3. The State Bank of India was previously known as ______

Answer: Imperial Bank of India

4. What is the national sport of Bangladesh?

Answer: Kabaddi

5. National Milk Day is celebrated in India each year on Verghese Kurien’s birthday. When was this recently celebrated?

Answer: November 26


Amazon Fossil Watch Quiz Answers – 29th November

1. How many strings does a cello typically have?

Answer – 4

2. In Japanese, what is the word for ‘goodbye’?

Answer – Sayonara

3. In which country would you find Bran Castle – also commonly known as ‘Dracula’s Castle’?

Answer – Romania

4. Who invented the World Wide Web (WWW)?

Answer – Tim Berners – Lee

5. Which Indian sportswoman has been named captain of the Indian team for the upcoming ICC Women’s World Twenty20 XI?

Answer – HarmanPreet Kaur


Amazon Oppo F9 Pro Quiz Answers – 28th November

1. 1st December 1963, Nagaland became the ___ state of India

Answer – 16th

2. Rial is the official currency of __. Fill in the blanks.

Answer – Iran

3. Originating in the Tibetan plateau near Lake Mansarovar, which river flows through Ladakh?

Answer – Indus

4. Wellington is the capital of which country?

Answer – New Zealand

5. Copenhagen is the capital of which country?

Answer – Denmark


Amazon JBL Flip 4 Quiz Answers – 27th November

1. What famous comic book character is called the ‘Merc with a mouth’ because of his tendency to joke constantly?

Answer – Deadpool

2. If you hit a cotton ball and a golf ball with a golf club applying the same force, which would accelerate the most?

Answer – The Cotton Ball because it has Less Mass

3. Which bank recently launched India’s first interactive credit card with buttons?

Answer – Indusind Bank

4. In terms of area, which one is larger – India or Brazil?

Answer – Brazil

5. What currency does Ukraine use?

Answer – Hryvnia


Amazon Pay Quiz Answers – 26th November

1. What is the name of the closest large spiral galaxy to our own Milky Way?

Answer – Andromeda

2. True or False – Nintendo was founded in 1889

Answer – True

3. He directed and produced the movie ‘Raja Harishchandra’ – the first full-length Indian feature film, and is known as the father of Indian Cinema. Who is he?

Answer – Dadasaheb Phalke

4. What is the capital of Argentina?

Answer – Beunos Aires

5. Before the introduction of the Euro, which currency did Austria use?

Answer- Schilling


Amazon OnePlus 6T Quiz Answers – 25th November

1. Who was the last Indian to receive the Nobel Prize (as of 2018)?

Answer – Kailash Satyarthi

2. The fabric for these kind of pants first emerged in Genoa, Italy and they’re believed to be named after the city. Which are these?

Answer – Jeans

3. The point on earth that’s closest to the moon is NOT the top of Mount Everest.

Answer – True

4. Tokyo is the capital of which country?

Answer – Japan

5. In which year was the Euro introduced to the world financial markets?

Answer – 1999


Amazon Pay Quiz Answers – 24th November

1. Regarded as the architect of modern Indian football, he was the Indian football coach and manager of the national team from 1950 until his death in 1963. Who is he?

Answer – Syed Abdul Rahim

2. Who was the republican nominee who ran against Obama in the 2012 U.S. presidential elections?

Answer – Mitt Romney

3. With a population of less than 1000, which is the least populated country in the world?

Answer – Vatican City

4. What currency is shared by Austria, Finland, France and Portugal?

Answer – Euro

5. Khantumm bamboo dance is the folk dance of which state?

Answer – Mizoram


Amazon Canon DSLR Camera Quiz Answers – 23rd November

1. The age of a star can be estimated by its color, which of these colors indicates the star is amongst the youngest?

Answer – Blue

2. Which of these is the Latin word for ‘eagle’?

Answer –Aquila

3. In terms of area, which is the largest country in the world?

Answer –Russia

4. What is the currency of Sweden?

Answer –Krona

5. The classical dance form of ‘Bharatnatyam’ comes from which state?

Answer –Tamil Nadu


Amazon Honor 8X Quiz Answers – 22nd November

1, WHO declared India free of which of these epidemics in 2014?

Answer – Polio

  1. In which city can you find the Kremlin?

Answer – Moscow

  1. In ters of population, which is the smallest continent?

Answer – Antartica

  1. What i the national currency of Algeria?

Answer – Algerian dinar

  1. The folk music form of ‘Bhatiali’ comes from which state?

Answer – West Bengal


Amazon Pay Quiz Answers – 21st November

1. Which of these countries does NOT have a standing army?

Answer: Iceland

2. What is the name of the largest dwarf planet in our solar system?

Answer: Pluto

3. In terms of area which is the smallest continent?

Answer: Australia

4. What is the national currency of Albania?

Answer: Lek

5. The folk music form of ‘Lavani’ is associated with which state?

Answer: Maharashtra


Amazon Saregama Carvan Quiz Answers

Q1. Which planet in our solar system was visited by the Russian-built Venera 7?

Ans. Venus

Q2. Which of these is a founder of the popular messaging app ‘Whatsapp’

Ans. Jan koum

Q3. Which of these village in Andhra Pradesh became the first ‘smart digital village’ in the state in 2016?

Ans. Mori

Q4. What does GST stand for?

Ans. Goods and service tax

Q5. Which was named as the ‘Word of the Year 2018’ by Oxford dictionaries?

Ans. Toxic


Amazon Pay Quiz Answers – 19th November

1. What is the official currency of Afghanistan?

Answer – afghan afghani

2. Who was the first Indian to travel to space?

Answer – Rakesh sharma

3. Which of these is NOT classified as a greenhouse gas?

Answer – Helium

4. What is the official language of Argentina?

Answer – Spanish

5. Which one of these blood-types is called the ‘universal donor type’ because it is compatible with all other blood type?

Answer – O negative


Amazon Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Quiz Answers

1. The number ‘0’ does NOT have an equivalent to be represented in Roam numerals.

Answer – True

2. A Megagon is a polygon with _____ sides. Fill in the blanks.

Answer – 1 Million

3. Washing soda is the common name for which compound?

Answer – Sodium Carbonate

4. What is the capital of Norway?

Answer – Oslo

5. Which day was recently celebrated as World Diabetes Day?

Answer – 14th November


Amazon Quiz Time Answers

1. Where is Fort William located?

Answer – Kolkata

2. What is the world’s longest river?

Answer- Nile

3. Which of these is an annual fair in Rajasthan, known for its camel trading event?

Answer – Pushkar Mela

4. Who composed the famous classical music melody – ‘Fur Elise’?

Answer- Beethowan

5. Where would you find the ‘Sea of Tranquility’?

Answer – The moon


Amazon Philips Trimmer Quiz Answers – 16th November

1, The __ note was the first paper currency issued by RBI in January 1938. Fill in the blanks.

Answer – Rs.5

2. Raut Nacha is folk dance performed mainly by the tribal communities of which state?

Answer –Chhattisgarh

3. The Bhimbetka rock shelters are an archaeological site of the Palaeolithic period. It is located in which state?

Answer – Madhya Pradesh

4. In which European city would you find the famous Blue Domed Church?

Answer –Santorini, Greece

5. The legendary comic book writer Stan Lee, who passed away recently, was associated with which house of comic books?

Answer –Marvel Comics


Amazon Fitbit Versa Quiz Answers – 15th November

1. Eritrea, which became the 182nd member of the UN in 1993, is located in which continent?

Answer – Africa

2. Golf player Vijay Singh belongs to which country?

Answer – Fiji

3. Which of the following is a non-metal that remains liquid at room temperature

Answer –  Bromine

4. Which day marked the 100th anniversary of end of the first World War?

Answer – 11th November, 2018

5. Which Indian wrestler recently became the world number one in the 65kg category according to the recent rankings by UWW?

Answer – Bajrang Punia


Amazon Blackberry Key2 LE Quiz Answers – 14th November

1, Which one of these figure from Greek Mythology causes people to turn to stone?

Answer – Medusa

2. Which of these planets could, theoretically, float if submerged in water due to its low density?

Answer –Saturn

3.  In 2011, which country hosted a Fromula 1 Race for the first time?

Answer –India

4. Which Indian scientist won the Nobel prize for Physics in 1930 for pioneering work on scattering of light?

Answer –Chandrasekhara ventaka raman

5. Punjab is also called ‘The Land of Five Waters’. Which of these is NOT a river the name that flows through the region?

Answer –Tapti


Amazon Bose Wireless Sleepbuds Quiz Answers – 13th November

1, Which of these was earlier known as the ‘Hailey National Park’ when it was established in 1936?

Answer – Jim corbett national park

2. In which country would you find Machu Picchu, a 15th-century Inca citadel?

Answer – Peru

3. The book ‘281 and Beyond’ is an autobiography of which Indian cricketer?

Answer – VVS laxman

4. Which large, freshwater lake is known for alleged sightings of the cryptozoological monster ‘Nessie’?

Answer – Loch ness, scotland

5. In which country would you find the Table Mountain, a flat-topped mountain forming a prominent landmark overlooking the country’s capital?

Answer – South africa


Amazon Quiz Time Answers 

1. In a haze, a stormy haze’ are lyrics to a song by which one of these?

Answer – Coldplay

2. In which European city would you find the famous Blue Domed Church?

Answer – Santorini, Greece

3. In context to geography, what are ‘Isohyets’?

Answer – Lines on a map showing equal rainfall

4. Which famous hotel, designed to resemble the sail of a ship, stands on an artificial island 280 m from Jumeirah Beach?

Answer –Burj al Arab, Dubai

5. In which country would you find the temple complex Angkor Wat?

Answer – Cambodia


Amazon JBL Flip 4 Quiz Answers – 9th November

1, Which among these does NOT live under the sea?

Answer – Kalanchoe

2. Which country’s highest point is Mount Fuji, a dormant volcano?

Answer – Japan

3. Which of the following will you associate ‘Sattriya’ with?

Answer – A dance form

4. In which country, would you find the free State of Bavaria?

Answer – Germany

5. In which city would you find Lascaux, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with over 600 wall paintings representing large animals, local and contemporary fauna that correspond with the fossil record of the Upper Paleolithic time

Answer – Montignac, France


Amazon Diesel Analog Watch Quiz Answers – 8th November

1. The book ‘Long Walk to Freedom’ is an autobiography by which one of these?

Answer – Nelson Mandela

2. In which city would you find the Alhambra?

Answer – Granada, Spain

3. True or False: Rio de Janeiro is the capital of Brazil

Answer – False

4. In which Egyptian city would you find the Pyramids of Giza?

Answer – Cairo

5. Where would you find Hagia Sophia, the former Greek orthodox Christian patriarchal cathedral, later an Ottoman imperial mosque and now a museum?

Answer – Istanbul, turkey


Amazon Festival Riddles Answers:

1. Round and round, never off the ground. What am I?

Answer:  Chakri/ Chakra/Zamin chakkar

2. Scratch my head, see me turn from black to red. What am I?

Answer : A match Stick

3. Light me up for a sprinkle of gold. What am I?

Answer:  Flower pot (Anaar)

4. I am black when you buy me, red when you use me and gray when you throw me away. What am I?

Answer: Charcoal

5. I go up, I go down. Towards the sky & the ground. What am I?

Answer: Rocket firecracker

 

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  2. Q1. Which of these is another word for ‘lexicon’?

    Answer – Dictionary

    Q2. Which of these countries does not have a standing army?

    Answer – Iceland

    Q3. Which Indian state does NOT share a border with Bhutan?

    Answer – Meghalaya

    Q4. The ‘Ao’ language is spoken in which of the following states?

    Answer – Nagaland

    Q5. India and ____ celebrated 100 years of the Battle of Haifa recently. Fill in the blanks.

    Answer – Isra

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