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Thursday, April 21, 2016

Facts about Kerala -9

Facts about Kerala -9
151.In which district is Mayippadi Palace?
Kazargod

152.Karumadikkuttan, a statue obtained from Alappuzha district is believed to be related to:
 Buddhism

153.The Bolghatty Palace was built in:
1744

154.The capital of Kulasekharas was:
Mahodayapuram

155.The first fort built by Europeans in India:
Fort Manuel, Kochi

156. The first Malayali woman to get Booker Prize:
Arundhathi Roy

157.The official residence of Dewan of Travancore which later became the seat of Akasavani in Kerala:
Bhakti Vilasom

158.The place in Kerala where Mannathu Padmabhan started the historical ‘Savarna jatha’:
Vaikom

159.The publication of Mathrubhumi newspaper was started from:
Kozhikode

160.Which constituency was represented by EMS Namboothirippadu in the first Kerala Legislative Assembly?
Neeleswaram

161.Who constructed Bakel Fort in 17th century?
Sivappa Nayak

162.Who constructed Chettuva Fort?
The Dutch

163.Who built the Palakkad Fort in1766?
Hyder Ali

164.The remains of sister Alphonsa is kept at:
Bharananganam

165.Which Fort in kerala was also known as Fort William?
Chettuva Fort

166.MN Govindan Nair started One Lakh Housing Scheme at:
Chithara (Chadayamangalam)

167.The temple known as ‘Dakshina Mookambika’:
 Panchikkad

168.Thycal, where remains of of an ancient  ship obtained  is in the district of:
Alappuzha

169.In which district is Kappil beach of north Kerala?
Kasargod

170. The museum at East Hill in Kozhikode is
named after:
Pazhassi Raja

172. The headquarters of Malabar district during
the British regime:
Kozhikode

173. In connection with which event, Gandhiji
visited Kerala for the second time, in 1925?
Vaikom Satyagraha

174. The year of the oath of “Koonan Kurissu’:
1653

175. Which district has the lowest number of
Taluks?

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