Tamil Nadu State Question

Collection of questions and solved exam papers from different exams like Tamil Nadu PSC, Panchayat, Tamil Nadu SET, Tax, Revenue etc. Helps in preparation of state level exams.

Q91. Who holds record of sworning as Chief Minister for six times
(A) J. Jayalalithaa
(B) M. Karunanidhi
(C) M. G. Ramachandran
(D) C. N. Annadurai

Q92. Who were the patrons of Sangama Literature
(A) Nayakas
(B) Chandellas
(C) Solankis
(D) Pandyas

Q93. The city of Mahabalipuram was developed by
(A) Simhavishnu
(B) Simhavarman III
(C) Mahendravarman I
(D) Narasimhavarman I

Q94. The title of "Gangai Kondan" was adopted by the following Chola King
(A) Vijayalaya
(B) Karikala
(C) Rajaraja I
(D) Rajendra I

Q95. The Kanchi Kailasanathar Temple was first built by
(A) Narasimhavarman II
(B) Ravivarman
(C) Mahendravarman
(D) Devavarman

Q96. The sanskrit work "Kumara Kamparaya Charitam" was written by
(A) Goda Devi
(B) Ganga Devi
(C) Tirumala Devi
(D) Rangajamma

Q97. The general assembly consisting of the tax paying residents of an ordinary village under Chola Empire was known as
(A) Ur
(B) Sabha
(C) Nagaram
(D) Kurram

Q98. Who is the author of Kural which is regarded as the Tamil Veda
(A) Tiruthakkathevar
(B) Ilango
(C) Tiruvalluvar
(D) Sittalai Sattana

Q99. Who used the title Gangaikonda Chola
(A) Karikala Chola
(B) Rajendra I
(C) Rajaraja
(D) Rajadhiraja

Q100. Chola kingdom in the 11th century was divided into provinces known as
(A) Mandalams
(B) Valanadus
(C) Kottams
(D) Taniyurs

Q101. For which of the following industries, Salem is famous
(A) Steel
(B) Cement
(C) Cotton
(D) Computers

Q102. In which year, UNESCO added the Nilgiri Mountain Railway as World Heritage Site
(A) 1999
(B) 2001
(C) 2003
(D) 2005

Q103. By population, Tamil Nadu is the _____ most largest state in India
(A) Fourth
(B) Sixth
(C) Seventh
(D) Nineth

Q104. Which one is the additional official language of Tamil Nadu
(A) English
(B) Hindi
(C) Telugu
(D) Kanada

Q105. The Nayanars are known as a group of how many saints
(A) 52
(B) 57
(C) 61
(D) 63

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