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Challenging one’s knowledge has always been an interesting game to play. Is it such a wonder then, that Quiz has become so popular among all age groups? To have an edge over peers, it is necessary to keep oneself abreast with knowledge pertaining to people, places, things and events around us – of the past and the present and if possible, of the future (Of course, I was kidding).

We are sure you would want your little one to have that edge over the others. There are simply so many things, very interesting things, to know and learn about on this earth. Teaming this with the curious, fertile mind of your child – you have a very potent combination!

We have added this section to our website to achieve just that! It is an adventurous trip to the world of wonders, eminent personalities, monuments, geographical magic, historical imprints, science, sports and what not? We intend to poke and prod the curious side of your little one so as to develop that interest in him/ her to seek and seek further knowledge. We at KidsWorldFun are sure your child will never get bored with so many interesting things to know. It can be a preparation for your kid to crack that school quiz competition or the state or national level competitions, or maybe that first step to an international platform.

We plan to update this section with fresh sets of questions periodically so that we can continue holding the interest of the child. We are sure, as parents you would always want to nurture the curiosity and help the child grow and flourish as a tree of knowledge. To add to this, as you know, sharing knowledge only doubles it. So go ahead and let your child share the knowledge with kin and friends. Your child will be a hero among peers.

  • When was the first human heart transplant operation, which was performed by Dr. Christian Bernard on Louis Washkansky conducted?
    a) 1943
    b) 1988
    c) 1967
    d) 1963
    Answer: 1967
  • Which is the religion for which the Fire temple is the place of worship?
    a) Hinduism
    b) Jainism
    c) Zoroastrianism
    d) Buddhism
    Answer: Zoroastrianism
  • Where can Coral reefs be found in India?
    a) The Malabar Coast
    b) Rameshwaram 
    c) Trivandrum
    d) Mahabalipuram
    Answer: Rameshwaram 
  • The Golden Temple, Amritsar enjoys the privilege of being India’s
    a) Oldest Gurdwara
    b) Largest Gurdwara  
    c) Smallest Gurdwara
    d) None of the above
    Answer: Largest Gurdwara 
  • The United Nations Organization has its Headquarters at
    New York, USA 
    Washington DC
    Answer: New York, USA
  • Objects at the surface of water can be viewed from a submarine under water by using this instrument.
    a) Stethescope
    b) Periscope
    c) Kaleidoscope
    d) Telescope
    Answer: Periscope
  • Professor Amartya Sen received the Nobel Prize in this field.
    a) Literature
    b) Electronics
    c) Economics 
    d) Geology
    Answer: Economics 
  • Which of the following musical instruments is played by Amjad Ali Khan?
    a) Veena
    b) Tabla
    c) Sarod 
    d) Guitar
    Answer: Sarod 
  • Greta Garbo is associated with
    a) Classical dance
    b) Music
    c) Acting
    d) Literature
    Answer: Acting
  • Dr. V. Kurien is famous in the field of _________.
    a) Atomic power
    b) Dairy development
    c) Economic reforms
    d) Poultry farms
    Answer: Dairy development
  • Ms. Meera Sahib Fathima Beevi has the distinction of being the first lady
    a) Prime minister of Pakisthan
    b) Judge of the District Court
    c) Chief Minister of a State
    d) Judge of Supreme Court
    Answer: Judge of Supreme Court
  • Who created the famous Rock Garden of Chandigarh?
    a) Gaudi
    b) Saarinen
    c) Krishnarao Jaisim
    d) Nek Chand
    Answer: Nek Chand
  • The 'Lady with the Lamp' was the name given to?
    a) Vijayalakshmi Pandit
    b) Queen Elizabeth
    c) Florence Nightingale
    d) Princess Diana
    Answer: Florence Nightingale
  • The biggest part of the brain is
    a) Spinal cord
    b) Cerebellum
    c) Cerebrum
    d) Brain Stem
    Answer: Cerebrum
  • NASA’s most famous space telescope goes by the name?
    a) Muble Satellite Telescope
    b) Hubble Space Telescope
    c) Humble Space Telescope
    d) Galaxy Satellite Telescope
    Answer: Hubble Space Telescope
  • At room temperature, which is the only metal that is in liquid form?
    a) Iron
    b) Aluminum
    c) Mercury
    d) Silver
    Answer: Mercury
  • This scientist is well known for his theory of relativity. Who is he?
    a) Thomas Alva Edison
    b) Albert Einstein
    c) Marconi
    d) James Watt
    Answer: Albert Einstein
  • A change of the DNA of an organism resulting in a new trait is known as a ________.
    a) Mitosis
    b) Meiosis
    c) Mutation
    d) Morphosis
    Answer: Mutation
  • Which is the country which has the Great Barrier Reef?
    a) London
    b) Australia
    c) Ireland
    d) New Zealand
    Answer: Australia
  • In which country are the cities Ankara and Istanbul located?
    a) Afghanistan
    b) Turkey
    c) Pakisthan
    d) Iraq
    Answer: Turkey

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