Did you know that Delhi is the world’s second most bird-rich capital city after Nairobi in Kenya? Or that the last Nizam of Hyderabad is considered to be the all-time richest Indian?
Let’s follow the wheel around India and visit ten cities known for being vibrant, bold, and chromatic, at least by their nicknames.
This expert-level quiz is bound to get you competitive. Take the quiz to know many more interesting facts about the cities of India. Go ahead and find out where you stand!! Good Luck.
Let's follow the colour wheel around India and visit ten cities known for being vibrant, bold, and chromatic, at least by their nicknames. Good luck!
Found in the southwest of India along the country's west coast, this Keralan capital is considered the 'Evergreen City of India'. Which of these burgeoning cities is known for ecological reserves, beaches, and wildlife sanctuaries?
What city is sometimes called the 'Black City of India' or the 'Black Hole' because of an incident in the 18th century?
With blue-painted houses in its Old Quarter, what Rajasthani city (as seen from a fort on Bhakurcheeria) is shown in the image?
While several cities in India feature the nickname of 'Golden City', which of them, found in the state of Punjab, is closer to Lahore, Pakistan than any larger Indian city?
While this city is known as a 'Golden City', it's also known as the 'Brown City'. Which of these Indian locations in the Thar Desert is known for its fort and Jain temples?
Found in East India, what former state capital is known as 'Silver City' because of its centuries of silver works?
Many cities have been touted as 'The Green City of India', but which of these is actually known for being named after the Blue Mountains in Tamil Nadu, and does not share the same nickname as the others?
India's Pink City, home to Hawa Mahal (depicted), was constructed and painted pink to celebrate the arrival of an English King in the 19th century. What Rajasthani city is it?
The Winter Capital of Maharashtra, which of these is known as the 'Orange City' not because of its colour and aesthetic, but because of its agricultural tendencies?
Also known as the 'Venice of the East', what Rajasthani city is known as India's 'White City' for its white marble palaces?