Geography of India [Physical, Economic and Social]

1. In which of the following States of India castor is grown ?

2. Which of the following is the largest producer of tobacco in India ?

3. In which of the following States, cultivation of sugarcane is concentrated ?

4. Which of the following States is the largest producer of oilseeds in India ?

5. Which of the following factor3 is favourable for the growth of coconut ?

6. Which of the following is the largest producer of tea in India ?

7. Which of the following factors is injurious to the growth of tobacco ?

8. In which of the following States of India, grounduut is grown ?

9. Name the State which produces maximum gold in India.

10. Which of the following soils is suitable for growing cotton ?

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