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How Much Do You Know About Pakistan?

Pakistan celebrated its 70th Independence Day this August, so here’s a quiz to see how much you know about my homeland.

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  • Question of

    Pakistan celebrated the 70th anniversary of independence from British rule and partition from India. When did Pakistan gain independence?

    • 14th August, 1945
    • 14th August, 1947
    • 14th August, 1949
  • Question of

    What is the capital city of Pakistan? (Hint: This famous mosque is located there)

    • Karachi
    • Lahore
    • Islamabad
  • Question of

    Who is the founder of Pakistan?

    • Khan Liaqat Ali Khan
    • Muhammad Ali Jinnah
    • Abdul Sattar Edhi
  • Question of

    Pakistan is a major producer and exporter of this fruit. Over 150 varieties are produced out of which Chaunsa, Daseri and Anwar Ratol are most in demand. Name the fruit.

    • Mangoes
    • Strawberries
    • Peaches
  • Question of

    Outside of Scotland, Pakistan is perhaps the biggest manufacturer and exporter of this musical instrument.

    • Flutes
    • Trumpets
    • Bagpipes
  • Question of

    One of the biggest sports festival is Pakistan is held at Shandur, some 3,700 meters above sea level. Which game is played here?

    • Cricket
    • Hockey
    • Polo
  • Question of

    One of the world’s largest and oldest salt mines are located at Khewra. Which animals are accredited to have discovered them?

    • Horses in Alexander the Great’s Army
    • Cows of local village
    • Elephants in Mughal Army
  • Question of

    Is Pakistan a nuclear state?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Pakistan exported almost 60 million soccer balls manufactured in the city of Sialkot ahead of FIFA World Cup 2014. What is the name of this famous football?

    • Bazzuka
    • Bazooka
    • Brazuca
  • Question of

    Pakistan is Home To 4 Out Of The Top 14 Highest Peaks In The World including The 2nd Highest Mountain In The World. Can you name it?

    • Mount Everest
    • Nanga Parbat
    • K2 /Godwin Austen
    • Nanda Devi
  • Question of

    One of the largest man-made (hand-planted) forests in the world, Changa Manga owes its name to two brothers who were famous during the British Rule. The brothers were…?

    • Princes
    • Robbers
    • Soldiers
  • Question of

    This landmark commemorates the first official call in 1940 for a separate and independent homeland for the Muslims of British India. Can you name the city?

    • Karachi
    • Lahore
    • Islamabad
  • Question of

    A very famous lake in Pakistan owes its name to its shape. Can you guess it?

    • Teardrop Lake
    • Lake Saiful Muluk
    • Ratti Gali Lake
  • Question of

    Pakistan has the one of the world’s largest ambulance networks named after this philanthropist. Can you name him?

    • Imran Khan
    • Abdul Sattar Edhi
    • Muhammad Ali Jinnah
  • Question of

    How many people from Pakistan have won Nobel prizes?

    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
  • Question of

    There is a place called Shangrila in Pakistan

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    There is a very famous place of worship at Nankana Sahib. Followers of which religion come here every year for a pilgrimage?

    • Christains
    • Sikhs
    • Hindus


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