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Chhattisgarh - State Quiz

Can you guess these facts about the Indian state of Chhattisgarh?
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Last updated: November 2, 2021
First submittedNovember 2, 2021
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Average score55.6%
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Capital and largest city
Raipur
Official languages
Chhattisgarhi
Hindi
State animal
Wild Water Buffalo
What number does chhattis mean in its official languages?
Thirty-six
It was a part of this state until 2000
Madhya Pradesh
Ancient kingdom that ruled over this region, attributed as the native place of Rama
Kosala
River originating from this state and draining into the Bay of Bengal
Mahanadi
Mountain range found in its western regions
Satpuras
The state sits on two major plateaus. Name either.
Chhota Nagpur | Deccan
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Around half of the area of the state is covered by these
Forests
What is the "chief occupation" of the state?
Agriculture
Largest tribe, once ruled over a large kingdom known as Gondwana
Gondi
What marine animal does state look like?
Seahorse
State nickname
Rice Bowl of India
The state is a leading producer of this type of fossil fuel
Coal
City home to India's first steel plant
Bhilai
Famous Indian director born in the above city, known for Barfi!
Anurag Basu
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Level 65
Nov 2, 2021
In case you are wondering why this quiz has less number of questions, it is because I don't have much knowledge about this state. I also couldn't find a lot of meaningful questions on the internet.
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Level 65
Nov 2, 2021
Great, I got 13/18, but I should have gotten more. I didn't know Kosala was in Chattisgarh, I assumed it was in Uttar pradesh?
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Nov 2, 2021
Apparently Kosala was a huge kingdom! According to Wikipedia, it stretched all the way from Uttar Pradesh to Odisha. And I realised that I misread that sentence. It is the native place of Rama's mother and not his lol.