Q.1.Who is the new Prime Minister of Hungary ?
Q.2 Who is the Author of the book “My China Diary”
Q.3 Vidya Pillai is related to which sport ?
Q.4 Who is the Author of Mahavir Singh Phogat Auto Biography?
Q.5 9th BRICS summit 2017 Going to held at -
Q.6 What is the River name Which crosses the Uri Dam?
Q.7 Dronacharya award related to-
Q.8 Where is Dachigam national Park located-
Q.9 World Cancer Day is observed on
Q.10 Which state has maximum number of forests?
“जीवन में अनुभवों से सीखकर खुद को बदलने की जरूरत होती है। अगर हम बदलना बंद कर देते हैं तो एक ही जगह रुक जाते हैं।
जो बदलता है वही आगे बढ़ता है।”
Quick FACTS about Mountains
- Mountains make up about one-fifth of the world’s landscape and provide homes to at least one-tenth of the world’s people.
- Heights of mountains are generally given as heights above sea level.
- The world’s highest peak on land is Mount Everest in the Himalayas. It is 8,850.1728 m (29,036 ft) tall.
- The tallest known mountain in the solar system is Olympus Mons, located on Mars.
- Mountains occur more often in oceans than on land; some islands are the peaks of mountains coming out of the water.
- About 80 per cent of our planet’s fresh water originates in the mountains.
- Plants that may be found on mountains include conifers, oak, chestnut, maple, junipers, stonecrops, campions, mosses, ferns and climbers.
- The highest 14 mountains in the world are all found in the Himalayas
- In some mountainous areas, the rivers are permanently frozen. These are called glaciers.