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Question number: 550

» Types of Tourism in India » Cultural Tourism Resources in India » Indian Rituals, Dresses (New 2019)

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Appeared in Year: 2011

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Which one of the following is not correctly stated? (June Paper-2)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Khajuraho dance festival highlights the richness and diversity of Indian classical dances.

b.

Puri Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath symbolises the sacred journey of Krishna from Gokul to Mathura

c.

Chithirai festival is held to celebrate the marriage of Goddess Meenakshi with Lord Sundareswara.

d.

The yoga festival is organised in Rishikesh in the month of May every year.

Question number: 551

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“CAQDAS” is a programme available for data analysis. It stands for (June Paper-2)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software

b.

Computer Assisted Quantity Data Analysis Software

c.

Computer Aided Quality Designated Analytical Software

d.

Computer Aided Quality Design Analysis Software

Question number: 552

» Traditions, Customs and Costumes » Music, Musical Instruments and Dance Forms

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Ustad Amjad Ali Khan is associated with which instrument? (June Paper-2)

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a.

Sitar

b.

Veena

c.

Sarod

d.

Mridangam

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Mountain areas have become popular destinations for activity based tourism and mountain systems worldwide are being used increasingly for recreational and adventure activities. The development of mountain tourism requires the construction of hotels, apartments, and associated infrastructures placing increased pressure on land resources and animal habitats. The removal of trees to create ski runs, besides resulting in a loss of habitat for wildlife, also means that rainfall falling on the mountain slopes is not absorbed in the same quantity as before. The removal of trees causes a loss of cohesion and stabilization of the soil by the tree roots and subsequently the mountain slope is more prone to slippage. The effects of these landslides can be quite dramatic, sometimes involving the loss of human life. The avalanches of mud that swept down mountain sides in northern Italy and Southern Switzerland, in which 60 people died, 7,000 were made homeless and 50 towns, villages and holiday centres were wrecked. The cause of these landslides was attributed to the removal of mountainside forests for ski development.

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Which of the following forms of pollution is rated the most in mountain tourism destinations? (June Paper-2)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Noise

b.

Air

c.

Land

d.

Water

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