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Q1: Which of the following is the National festival of India?
(a) 
Eid
(b) Gandhi Jayanti
(c) Christmas Day
(d) Teachers Day

Q2: Which of the following festival is mentioned in the given image.
Worksheet: Festivals of India | General Knowledge for Young Learners - Class 1(a) 
Diwali
(b) Christmas
(c) Dussehra        
(d) Good Friday

Q3: Which of the following is a family occasion?
(a) 
Birthday
(b) Wedding
(c) Holi
(d) Both (a) & (b)

Q4: Which of the following is known as the 'festival of brother-sister'?
(a)
Diwali
(b) Teacher's Day
(c) Raksha Bandhan
(d) Holi

Q5: Which of the following is celebrated on 15th August every year?
(a) 
Independence Day
(b) Christmas Day
(c) Teacher's Day
(d) Republic Day

Q6: Which of the following is a correct match?
(a)
Christmas - Crackers
(b) Diwali - Lakshmi puja
(c) Guruparva - Santo Claus
(d) Dussehra - Colour

Q7: Guruparva is celebrated by _______.
(a)
Hindu
(b) Muslim
(c) Sikh
(d) Christmas

Q8: Whose birthday is celebrated as the Teacher's Day?
(a)
Dr. Rajendra Prasad  
(b) Lala Lajpat Rai
(c) Dr. Radhakrishnan
(d) Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Q9: 'Gulal' and 'Coloured Water' are used on which of the following festival?
(a)
Holi
(b) Diwali
(c) Dussehra
(d) Eid

Q10: Rajghat is the samadhi of which of the following national leaders?
(a) Worksheet: Festivals of India | General Knowledge for Young Learners - Class 1
(b) Worksheet: Festivals of India | General Knowledge for Young Learners - Class 1
(c) Worksheet: Festivals of India | General Knowledge for Young Learners - Class 1
(d) 
Worksheet: Festivals of India | General Knowledge for Young Learners - Class 1

Q11:  Which of these occasions are celebrated in Schools?
(a) 
Teacher's Day
(b) Children's Day
(c) Sports Day
(d) All of these

Q12: Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on _____.
(a)
15 August
(b) 26 January
(c) 2 October
(d) None of these

Q13: Meethi Sewaian' is prepared in which of the following festival?
(a)
Holi
(b) Diwali        
(c) Eid
(d) Dussehra

Q14: Which of the following festival is celebrated by Christians?
(a)
Holi
(b) Christmas
(c) Diwali
(d) Eid

Q15: Which of the following festivals is celebrated on the same date every year?
(a) 
Raksha Bandhan
(b) Janmashtami
(c) Durga Puja
(d) Christmas

Q16: Whose birthday is celebrated as "Children's Day"?
(a)
Mahatma Gandhi
(b) Dr. Radha Krishnan
(c) Jesus Christ
(d) Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru

Q17: In which of the following occasions people use to decorate their house and burn crackers?
(a) 
Dussehra
(b) Diwali
(c) Christmas
(d) Holi

Q18: What is the prayer of the Muslims called ______.
(a) 
aarti
(b) namaaz
(c) bhajan
(d) azaan

Q19: Dussehra is celebrated on _____ day of Navratra.
(a)
2
(b) 5
(c) 10
(d) 12

Q20: Which of the following is the festival of light and crackers?
(a)
Holi
(b) Diwali
(c) Dussehra
(d) Christmas

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