List of Dams in India

List of Dams in India is what we are going to share this day on our portal.We have researched and collected a list of about 50 dams and are going to share the list with you.The next time if asked about any particular dam and its location in a competitive exam then don’t forget to give the right answer.

Here is the List of Dams :

S.No  NAME RIVER HEIGHT (m) PURPOSE OF DAM STATE
1 Tehri Dam Bhagirathi 260.5 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Uttarakhand
2 Lakhwar Dam Yamuna 204 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Uttarakhand
3 Idukki (Eb)/Idukki Arch Dam Periyar 169 Hydroelectric Kerala
4 Bhakra Dam Satluj 167.64 Hydroelectric,Irrigation,Recreation Himachal Pradesh
5 Pakal Dul Dam Marusudar 167 Hydroelectric Jammu & Kashmir
6 Sardar Sarover Gujarat Dam Narmada 163 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Gujarat
7 Srisailam (N.S.R.S.P) Dam Krishna 145 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Telangana
8 Ranjit Sagar Dam Ravi 145 Flood Control,Hydroelectric,Irrigation Punjab
9 Baglihar Dam Chenab 143 Hydroelectric Jammu & Kashmir
10 Chemera I Dam Ravi 140 Hydroelectric Himachal Pradesh
11 Cheruthoni (Eb) Dam Cheruthoni 138.38 Hydroelectric Kerala
12 Pong Dam Beas 132.59 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Himachal Pradesh
13 Jamrani Dam Gola 130.6 Irrigation Uttarakhand
14 Subansiri Lower HE (Nhpc) Dam Subansiri 130 Hydroelectric Arunachal Pradesh
15 Ramganga Dam Ramganga 127.5 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Uttarakhand
16 Nagarjuna Sagar Dam Krishna 124.66 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Telangana
17 Kakki (Eb) Dam Kakki 116.13 Hydroelectric Kerala
18 Nagi Dam Nagi 113.5 Irrigation Bihar
19 Salal (Rockfill And Concrete ) Dam Chenab 113 Hydroelectric Jammu & Kashmir
20 Lakhya Dam Lakhya hole 108 Water Storage Karnataka
21 Sholayar Dam Sholayar 105.16 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Tamil Nadu
22 Koyna Dam Koyna 103.02 Hydroelectric Maharashtra
23 Idamalayar (Eb) Dam Idamalayar 102 Hydroelectric Kerala
24 Supa Dam Kali Nadi 101 Hydroelectric Karnataka
25 Karjan Dam Karjan 100 Irrigation Gujarat
26 Kulamavu (Eb) Dam Kilivillithode 100 Hydroelectric Kerala
27 Koteshwar Dam Bhagirathi 97.5 Hydroelectric Uttarakhand
28 Lower : PPSP Dam Kumari 95 Hydroelectric,Irrigation West Bengal
29 Doyang Hep Dam Doyang 92 Hydroelectric,Water Storage Nagaland
30 Rihand Dam Rihand 91.46 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Uttar Pradesh
31 Indira Sagar (NHDC) Dam Narmada 91.4 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Madhya Pradesh
32 Warna Dam Varna 88.8 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Maharashtra
33 Bhatsa Dam Bhatsa and chorna 88.5 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Maharashtra
34 Pillur Dam Bhavani 88 Hydroelectric Tamil Nadu
35 Upper Kodayar Dam Kodayar 88 Hydroelectric Tamil Nadu
36 Minimata (Hasdeo) Bango Dam Hasdeo 87 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Chhattisgarh
37 Jakham Main Dam Jakham (mahi) 87 Irrigation Rajasthan
38 Teesta -V (NHPC) Dam Teesta 86.8 Hydroelectric Sikkim
39 Lower Ghatghar Dam 86.14 Hydroelectric Maharashtra
40 Kallada (Parappar) (Id) Dam Kallada 85.35 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Kerala
41 Madupetty (Eb) Dam Palar 85.34 Hydroelectric Kerala
42 Parbati II Dam Parbati 85 Hydroelectric Himachal Pradesh
43 Chakra Dam Chakra 84 Irrigation Karnataka
44 Bandardhara Dam Paravara 82.35 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Maharashtra
45 Lower Vaitarna Dam Vaitarna 82 Water Storage Maharashtra
46 Ukai Dam Tapi 81 Flood Control,Hydroelectric,Irrigation Gujarat
47 Upper Aliyar Dam Aliyar 81 Hydroelectric Tamil Nadu
48 Aruna Dam Aruna 80.41 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Maharashtra
49 Upper Bhavani Dam Bhavani 80 Hydroelectric Tamil Nadu
50 Podagada Dam Podagada 77.5 Hydroelectric,Irrigation Odisha

 

Also Read : List of National Highways

This list of dams has been represented in the descending order of their height. We hasn’t included the storage and other features in this list. We will keep updating this post and add  some other major dams that are not covered in this list.Keep visiting this post to get updated.Here is a small video regarding the top 5 biggest dams in India.

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List of National Highways in India

List of National Highways in India is the one which you are searching for on web right now,then your search ends here.We are bringing you an info regarding the largest network in india interms of transportation – “National Highways“.These national highways which are 70,000 kms are managed and controlled by an autonomous body called “NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AUTHORITY OF INDIA“. These List of National Highways are sorted by a number and is called as the HIGHWAY NUMBER. The entire List of National Highways long with their distance and connecting points are given below.

The complete List of National Highways in India

NH 1 (km. 456) – Delhi to Amritsar and Indo-Pak Border
NH 1A (km. 663) – Jalandhar to Uri
NH 1B (km. 274) – Batote to Khanbal
NH 1C (km. 8) – Domel to Katra
NH 1D (km. 422) – Srinagar to Kargil to Leh
NH 2 (km. 1,465) – Delhi to Dankuni
NH 2A (km. 25) – Sikandra to Bhognipur
NH 2B (km. 52) – Bardhaman to Bolpur
NH 3 (km. 1,161) – Agra to Mumbai
NH 4 (km. 1,235) – Junction With NH3 near Thane to Chennai
NH 4A (km. 153) – Belgaum to Panaji
NH 4B (km. 27) – Nhava Sheva to Palaspe
NH 5 (km. 1,533) – Junction with NH 6 near Baharagora to Chennai
NH 5A (km. 77) – Junction with NH5 near Haridaspur to Paradip Port
NH 6 (km. 1,949) – Hazira to Kolkata
NH 7 (km. 2,369) – Varanasi to Kanyakumari
NH 7A (km. 51) – Palayamkottai to Tuticorin Port
NH 8 (km. 1,428) – Delhi to Mumbai
NH 8A (km. 473) – Ahmedabad to Mandvi
NH 8B (km. 206) – Bamanbore to porbunder
NH 8C (km. 46) – Childo to Sarkhej
NH 8D (km. 127) – Jetpur to Somnath
NH 8E (km. 220) – Somnath to Bhavnagar
NH NE 1 (km. 93) – Ahmedabad to Vadodara Expressway
NH 9 (km. 841) – Pune to Machillipatnam
NH 10 (km. 403) – Delhi to Fazilka and Indo-Pak Border
NH 11 (km. 582) – Agra to Bikaner
NH 11A (km. 145) – Manoharpur to Kothum
NH 11B (km. 180) – Lalsot to Dholpur
NH 12 (km. 890) – Jabalpur to Jaipur
NH 12A (km. 333) – Jabalpur to Jhansi
NH 13 (km. 691) – Solapur to Mangalore
NH 14 (km. 450) – Beawar to Radhanpur
NH 15 (km. 1,526) – Pathankot to Samakhiali
NH 16 (km. 460) – Nizamabad to Jagdalpur
NH 17 (km. 1,269) – Panvel to Chavakkad and North Paravur Junction with NH 47 near Edapally at Kochi
NH 17A (km. 19) – Junction with NH 17 near Cortalim to Murmugao
NH 17B (km. 40) – Ponda Verna to Vasco
NH 18 (km. 369) – Junction with NH 7 near Kurnool and Nandyal to Cuddapah and Junction with NH 4 near Chittoor
NH 18A (km. 50) – Puthalapattu to Tirupati
NH 19 (km. 240) – Ghazipur to Patna
NH 20 (km. 220) – Pathankot to Mandi
NH 21 (km. 323) – Junction with NH 22 near Chandigarh to Manali
NH 21A (km. 65) – Pinjore to Swarghat
NH 22 (km. 459) – Ambala to Indo China Border near Shipkila
NH 23 (km. 459) – Chas to Talcher and Junction with NH 42
NH 24 (km. 438) – Delhi to Lucknow
NH 24A (km. 17) – Bakshi Ka Talab to Chenhat (NH 28)
NH 25 (km. 352) – Lucknow to Shivpuri
NH 25A (km. 31) – 19 (NH 25) to Bakshi Ka Talab
NH 26 (km. 396) – Jhansi to Lakhnadon
NH 27 (km. 93) – Allahabad to Mangawan
NH 28 (km. 570) – Junction with NH 31 Near Barauni and Muzaffarpur to Lucknow
NH 28A (km. 68) – Junction With NH 28 near Pipra to Indo and Nepal Border
NH 28B (km. 121) – Chhapra to Bagaha and Junction with 28A at Chapwa
NH 28C (km. 184) – Barabanki to Indo and Nepal Border
NH 29 (km. 196) – Gorakhpur to Varanasi
NH 30 (km. 230) – Junction with NH 2 near Mohania and Patna to Bakhtiarpur
NH 30A (km. 65) – Fatuha to Barh
NH 31 (km. 1,125) – Junction with NH 2 near Barhi & Bakhtiarpur to Charali & Amingaon Junction with NH 37
NH 31A (km. 92) – Sevok to Gangtok
NH 31B (km. 19) – North Salmara to Junction with NH 37 near Jogighopa
NH 31C (km. 235) – Near Galgalia to Sidili and Junction with NH 31 near Bijni
NH 32 (km. 179) – Junction with NH 2 near Gobindpur and Dhanbad to Jamshedpur
NH 33 (km. 352) – Junction with NH 2 near Barhi to Jamshedpur Junction with NH 6 near Baharagora
NH 34 (km. 443) – Junction with NH 31 near Dalkhola and Baharampur to Dum Dum
NH 35 (km. 61) – Barasat to Petrapole on India and Bangladesh border
NH 36 (km. 170) – Nowgong to Dimapur (Manipur Road)
NH 37 (km. 680) – Junction with NH 1B near Goalpara and Guwahati to Saikhoaghat
NH 37A (km. 23) – Kuarital to Junction with NH 52 near Tezpur
NH 38 (km. 54) – Makum to Lekhapani
NH 39 (km. 436) – Numaligarh to Palel and Indo Burma Border
NH 40 (km. 216) – Jorabat to Indo-Bangladesh Border near Dawki and Jowai
NH 41 (km. 51) – Junction with NH 6 near Kolaghat to Haldia Port
NH 42 (km. 261) – Junction with NH 6 Sambalpur Angual Junction with NH5 near Cuttack
NH 43 (km. 551) – Raipur to Jagdalpur and Vizianagaram Junction with NH 5 near Natavalasa
NH 44 (km. 630) – Shillong to Sabroom
NH 44A (km. 230) – Aizawl to Manu
NH 45 (km. 387) – Chennai to Theni
NH 45A (km. 190) – Villupuram to Nagapattinam
NH 45B (km. 257) – Trichy to Tuticorin
NH 45C (km. 159) – The highway starting from its junction with NH 67 near Thanjavur and connecting Kumbakonam to Panruti and terminates near Vikravandi on NH to 45
NH 46 (km. 132) – Krishnagiri to Ranipet
NH 47 (km. 640) – Salem to Kanyakumari
NH 47A (km. 6) – Junction with NH 47 at Kundanoor to Willington Island in Kochi
NH 47C (km. 17) – Junction with NH 47 at Kalamassery to Vallarpadom ICTT in Kochi
NH 48 (km. 328) – Bangalore to Magalore
NH 49 (km. 440) – Kochi to Dhanushkodi
NH 50 (km. 192) – Nasik to Junction with NH 4 near Pune
NH 51 (km. 149) – Paikan to Dalu
NH 52 (km. 850) – Baihata to Tezu and Sitapani Junction with NH 37 near Saikhoaghat
NH 52A (km. 57) – Banderdewa to Gohpur
NH 52B (km. 31) – Kulajan to Dibrugarh
NH 53 (km. 320) – Junction with NH 44 near Badarpur and Jirighat to Imphal
NH 54 (km. 850) – Dabaka to Tuipang
NH 54A (km. 9) – Theriat to Lunglei
NH 54B (km. 27) – Venus Saddle to Saiha
NH 55 (km. 77) – Siliguri to Darjeeling
NH 56 (km. 285) – Lucknow to Varanasi
NH 56A (km. 13) – Chenhat (NH 28) to 16 (NH 56)
NH 56B (km. 19) – 15 (NH 56) to 6 (NH 25)
NH 57 (km. 310) – Muzaffarpur to Purnea
NH 57A (km. 15) – Junction of NH 57 near Forbesganj to Jogbani
NH 58 (km. 538) – Delhi to Mana Pass
NH 59 (km. 350) – Ahmedabad to Indore
NH 59A (km. 264) – Indore to Betul
NH 60 (km. 446) – Balasore to Moregram (Junction at NH 34)
NH 61 (km. 240) – Kohima to Jhanji
NH 62 (km. 195) – Damra to Dalu
NH 63 (km. 432) – Ankola to Gooty
NH 64 (km. 256) – Chandigarh to Dabwali
NH 65 (km. 690) – Ambala to Pali
NH 66 (km. 214) – Pondy to Krishnagiri
NH 67 (km. 555) – Nagapattinam to Gundlupet
NH 68 (km. 134) – Ulundrupet to Salem
NH 69 (km. 350) – Nagpur to Obedullaganj
NH 70 (km. 170) – Jalandhar to Mandi
NH 71 (km. 307) – Jalandhar to Bawal
NH 71A (km. 72) – Rohtak to Panipat
NH 71B (km. 74) – Rewari to Palwal
NH 72 (km. 200) – Ambala to Haridwar
NH 72A (km. 45) – Chhutmalpur to
NH 73 (km. 188) – Roorkee to Panchkula
NH 74 (km. 300) – Haridwar to Bareilly
NH 75 (km. 955) – Gwalior to Ranchi
NH 76 (km. 1,007) – Pindwara to Allahabad
NH 77 (km. 142) – Hajipur Sonbarsa
NH 78 (km. 559) – Katni to Gumla
NH 79 (km. 500) – Ajmer to Indore
NH 79A (km. 35) – Kishangarh (NH 8) to Nasirbad (NH 79)
NH 80 (km. 310) – Mokameh to Farrakka
NH 81 (km. 100) – Kora to Malda
NH 82 (km. 130) – Gaya to Mokameh
NH 83 (km. 130) – Patna to Dhobi
NH 84 (km. 60) – Arrah to Buxar
NH 85 (km. 95) – Chhapra to Gopalganj
NH 86 (km. 674) – Kanpur to Dewas
NH 87 (km. 83) – Rampur to Nainital
NH 88 (km. 115) – Shimla to Bhawan and NH 20
NH 90 (km. 100) – Baran to Aklera
NH 91 (km. 405) – Ghaziabad to Kanpur
NH 92 (km. 171) – Bhongaon to Gwalior
NH 93 (km. 220) – Agra to Moradabad
NH 94 (km. 160) – Hrishikesh to Yamunotri
NH 95 (km. 225) – Kharar (Chandigarh) to Ferozepur
NH 96 (km. 160) – Faizabad to Allahabad
NH 97 (km. 45) – Ghazipur to Saiyedraja
NH 98 (km. 207) – Patna to Rajhara
NH 99 (km. 110) – Dobhi to Chandwa
NH 100 (km. 118) – Chatra to Bagodar
NH 101 (km. 60) – Chhapra to Mohammadpur
NH 102 (km. 80) – Chhapra to Muzaffarpur
NH 103 (km. 55) – Hajipur to Mushrigharari
NH 104 (km. 160) – Chakia to Narahai
NH 105 (km. 66) – Darbhanga to Jaynagar
NH 106 (km. 130) – Birpur to Bihpur
NH 107 (km. 145) – Maheshkhunt to Purnea
NH 108 (km. 127) – Dharasu to Gangotri Dham
NH 109 (km. 76) – Rudraprayag to kedarnath Dham
NH 110 (km. 89) – Junction with NH 98 and Arwal to Ekangarsarai Bihar Sharif and Junction with NH 31
NH 111 (km. 200) – Bilaspur to Katghora and Ambikapur on NH 78
NH 112 (km. 343) – Bar Jaitaran to Barmer
NH 113 (km. 240) – Nimbahera to Dahod
NH 114 (km. 180) – Jodhpur to Pokaran
NH 116 (km. 80) – Tonk to Sawai Madhopur
NH 117 (km. 119) – Haora to Bakkhali
NH 119 (km. 260) – Pauri to Meerut
NH 121 (km. 252) – Kashipur to Bubakhal
NH 123 (km. 95) – Barkot to Vikasnagar
NH 125 (km. 201) – Sitarganj to Pithorgarh
NH 150 (km. 700) – Aizwal to Kohima
NH 151 (km. 14) – Karimganj to Indo and Bangladesh border
NH 152 (km. 40) – Patacharkuchi to Indo and Bhutan Border
NH 153 (km. 60) – Ldo to Indo and Myanmar Border
NH 154 (km. 180) – Dhaleswar to Kanpui
NH 155 (km. 342) – Tuensang to Pfutsero
NH 200 (km. 740) – Raipur to Chandikhole
NH 201 (km. 310) – Borigumma to Bargarh
NH 202 (km. 280) – Hyderabad to Bhopalpatnam
NH 203 (km. 59) – Bhubaneswar to Puri
NH 204 (km. 974) – Ratnigiri to Nagpur
NH 205 (km. 442) – Anantpur to Chennai
NH 206 (km. 363) – Tumkur to Honnavar
NH 207 (km. 155) – Hosur to Nelamangala
NH 208 (km. 206) – Kollam to Thirumangalam (Madurai)
NH 209 (km. 456) – Dindigul to Bangalore
NH 210 (km. 160) – Trichy to Ramanathapuram
NH 211 (km. 400) – Solapur to Dhule
NH 212 (km. 250) – Kozhikode to Kollegal
NH 213 (km. 130) – Palghat to Kozhikode
NH 214 (km. 270) – Kathipudi to Pamarru
NH 214A (km. 255) – Digamarru to Ongole
NH 215 (km. 348) – Panikoili to Rajamunda
NH 216 (km. 80) – Raigarh to Saraipali
NH 217 (km. 508) – Raipur to Gopalpur
NH 218 (km. 176) – Bijapur to Hubli
NH 219 (km. 150) – Madanapalle to Krishnagiri
NH 220 (km. 265) – Kollam to Theni
NH 221 (km. 329) – Vijaywada to Jagdalpur
NH 222 (km. 610) – Kalyan to Nirmal
NH 223 (km. 300) – Port Blair to Mayabunder
NH 224 (km. 298) – Khordha to Balangir
NH 226 (km. 204) – Perambalur to Manamadurai
NH 227 (km. 136) – Trichy to Chidambaram
NH 228 (km. 374) – Sabarmati Ashram to Dandi
NH 229 (km. 1,090) – Tawang to Pasighat
NH 230 (km. 82) – Madurai to Thondi
NH 231 (km. 169) – Raibareli to Jaunpur
NH 232 (km. 305) – Ambedkarnagar (Tanda) to Banda
NH 232A (km. 68) – Unnao to Lalganj (Junction of NH to 32)
NH 233 (km. 292) – India to Nepal border and Varanasi
NH 234 (km. 780) – Mangalore to Villuppuram
NH 235 (km. 66) – Merrut to Bulandshahr

Some of them in the List of National Highways do even cross the border and connect other neighbouring countries.This is the entire List of National Highways.In those some of the largest in the List of National Highways are:

Top 5 national highways from the list:

  • National highway 7

List of National Highways,NH7

Length: 2,369 km    
From Varanasi to Kanyakumari
Route: Varanasi> Jabalpur> Nagpur> Hyderabad> Bangalore> Madurai> Kanyakumari.

  • National highway 6

List of National Highways,NH6

Length: 1,949 km
From Hajira to Kolkata
Route: Hajira> Surat> Dhule> Nagpur> Raipur> Sambalpur> Kolkata

  • National highway 5

List of National Highways,NH5

Length: 1,533 km
From Cuttack to Chennai
Route: Bhubaneswar> Visakhapatnam> Vijayawada> Nellore> Chennai

  • National highway 15

List of National Highways,NH15

Length: 1,526 km
From Pathankot to Samakhiali
Route: Pathankot> Amritsar> Bhatinda> Bikaner> Jaisalmer> Kutch> Samakhiali

  • National highway 2

List of National Highways,NH2

Length: 1,465 km
From Delhi to Dankuni
Route: Faridabad> Mathura> Agra> Allahabad> Varanasi> Mughalsarai> Aurangabad> Dhanbad> Durgapur> Kolkata

This is all about we know regarding the List of National Highways info.If we have missed any thing here in this List of National Highways then do let us know by commenting down below.Sharing this List of National Highways is caring 🙂

List of national parks and Wildlife sancturies in India

National Parks and Wildlife sanctuaries are the restricted areas for humans where different species of animals are protected by the government or any quotes private organization.These will sayings quotes serve as a natural habitat for lot of endangered species.Here we are going to list out some of the national parks and cute quotes wildlife sanctuaries that are present in India.

[1] Anshi National Park ——— Karnataka
[2] Bandipur National Park ———– Karnataka
[3] Bannerghatta National Park ——— Karnataka
[4] Balphakram National Park ——- Meghalaya
[5] Bandhavgarh National Park ——— Madhya Pradesh
[6] Betla National Park ——— Jharkhand
[7] Bhitarkanika National Park ——- Odisha
[8] Blackbuck National Park, Velavadar ——– Gujarat
[9] Buxa Tiger Reserve ——– West Bengal
[10] Campbell Bay National Park ——— Andaman and Nicobar Islands
[11] Chandoli National Park ——— Maharashtra
[12] Dachigam National Park ——- Jammu and Kashmir
[13] Darrah National Park ——— Rajasthan
[14] Desert National Park ——– Rajasthan
[15] Dibru-Saikhowa National Park ——— Assam
[16] Dudhwa National Park ——— Uttar Pradesh
[17] Eravikulam National Park ——– Kerala
[18] Galathea National Park ——— Andaman and Nicobar Islands
[19] Gangotri National Park ——— Uttarakhand
[20] Gir Forest National Park ——— Gujarat
[21] Gorumara National Park ——– West Bengal
[22] Govind Pashu Vihar Wildlife Sanctuary —— Uttarakhand
[23] Great Himalayan National Park ——- Himachal Pradesh,
[24] Gugamal National Park ——– Maharashtra
[25] Guindy National Park ——– Tamil Nadu
[26] Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park ———- Tamil Nadu
[27] Hemis National Park ——— Jammu and Kashmir
[28] Harike Wetland ——- Punjab
[29] Hazaribagh National Park ——- Jharkhand
[30] Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park ——– Tamil Nadu
[31] Indravati National Park ——- Chhattisgarh
[32] Jaldapara National Park ——- West Bengal
[33] Jim Corbett National Park ——– Uttarakhand
[34] Kalesar National Park —— Haryana
[35] Kanha National Park ——- Madhya Pradesh
[36] Kanger Ghati National Park ——– Chhattisgarh
[37] Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park ——– Telangana
[38] Kaziranga National Park —— Assam
[39] Keibul Lamjao National Park —— Manipur
[40] Keoladeo National Park ——— Rajasthan
[41] Khangchendzonga National Park ——- Sikkim
[42] Kishtwar National Park ——— Jammu and Kashmir
[43] Kudremukh National Park ——- Karnataka
[44] Madhav National Park ——- Madhya Pradesh
[45] Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park ——- Andaman and Nicobar Islands
[46] Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park ——- Telangana
[47] Manas National Park —— Assam
[48] Mandla Plant Fossils National Park ——– Madhya Pradesh
[49] Marine National Park, Gulf of Kutch ——- Gujarat
[50] Mathikettan Shola National Park ——- Kerala

We will keep updating the list.Hope when asked next time in any exam you will give the correct answer.

20 persons you should know who are the first in world

Hey hello, i’m here to share something new topic based on general knowledge which you will likes definitely, so here is the topic about “First in world” that means we taken top 20 persons in the world did something which never did by anyone before.

Here is the first in twenty

  • The first person to reach Mount Everest

The first person to reach Mount EverestEdmund Hillary” is the first person to reach mount Everest. Sir Edmund Percival Hillary is the original name born on 20 July 1919 in New Zealand. Hillary became interested in mountaineering while in secondary school, making his first major climb in 1939, reaching the summit of Mount Ollivier, He is the founder of himalayan trust and serves to many shepra people in his life.

  • The first person to reach North Pole

The first person to reach North PoleRobert Peary” is the first person to reach geographic north pole. Robert Edwin Peary, Sr. is the original name and born on May 6, 1856 in america and he is an American explorer who claimed to have reached the geographic North Pole.

  • The first person to reach South Pole

The first person to reach South Pole“Roald Amundsen” is an first person to reach geographic south pole. Roald Engelbregt Gravning Amundsen is the original names and born on 16 July 1872 in Norwegian, on 14 December 1911 he reached south pole and made record on him.

  • The first President of the U.S.A

The first President of the U.S.AGeorge Washington” is known person to most of the world and he is the first person to be an president of U.S.A. He born on February 22 in USA and he Widely admired for his strong leadership qualities and then washington elections decided George Washington as a first president of the USA.

  • The first Prime Minister of Britain

The first Prime Minister of Britain“Robert Walpole” is the first prime minister of Britain and he born on 26 August 1676 in great Britain. Critics called his system the “Robinocracy.”

Above are the top five, we listing remaining 15 person names below without description in detailed and we feel that you liked this. If u liked then share it and teach something to people who are all in your surroundings.

 Also read ⇒ 50 Countries that you Travel without VISA as Indian Passport Holder.

And here is list 

6. The first Governor General of the United Nations

Trigveli (Norway)

7. The first Governor General of Pakistan

Mohd. Ali Jinnah

8. The first European to attack India

Alexander, The Great

9. The first European to reach China

Marco Polo

10. The first person to fly aeroplane

Wright Brothers

11. The first person to sail round the world

Magellan

12. The first person to land on the moon

Neil Armstrong followed by Edwin E. Aldrin

13. The first woman Prime Minister of England

Margaret Thatcher

14. The first Muslim Prime Minister of a country

Benazir Bhutto (Pakistan)

15. The first woman Prime Minister of a country

Mrs. S. Bandamaike (Sri Lanka)

16. The first woman to climb Mount Everest

Mrs. Junko Tabei (Japan)

17. The first man to fly into space

Yuri Gagarin (Russia)

18. The first batsman to score three test century in three successive tests on debut

Mohd. Azharuddin

19. The first man to have climbed Mount Everest twice

Nawang Gombu

20. The first U.S. President to resign Presidency

Richard Nixon

 

If you have ever got questioned in any competitive exam then dont forget to answer the first in world.

5 benefits of Sukanya samriddhi yojana

Our honourable prime minister Sri Narendra Modiji has inaugurated a scheme called Beti Bachao Yojana or sukanya samriddhi yojana for the welfare of a girl child on December 2014.In this scheme people who have girl child under 10 years are eligible to apply.Lets know about sukanya samriddhi yojana with out wasting any time.

Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana Details :

  • People who have girl child under 10 years are eligible to apply
  • The parent/guardian has to open the account and is applied for only two girl childs in a family
  • The documents required for opening an account are birth certificate of girl child and address or photo identity proof of the gaurdian ( Pan card,Driving license,Voter ID and Aadhar card can be used )
  • Account has to be opened with a deposit of Rs 1000/- in nearest postoffices or banks like SBI,Bank of Baroda,Punjab national bank,Bank of India,Canara Bank,Andhra Bank etc a lot of banks come under this scheme.
  • The account can be transferred if the girl childs relocates to a different place from her original one.
  • The Parent/gaurdian has to deposit a minimum amount of Rs 1000/- every year in the account for a term period of 14 years.After that there is no need to deposit.In case if he fails in depositing then a penalty of Rs 50 will be imposed for that year.
  • The maximum amount that has to be credited in a year is Rs 1,50,000 and can be deposited directly via Cash,Check or DD.There is no limit in the number of deposits.
  • Enquire more details by checking into your nearest post offices or Banks.

Benefits of Sukanya samriddhi scheme :

  1. A interest of 9.1% will be offered in this scheme.How ever the interest rates will change for every year in the month of April.The calculated interest will be added directly into the bank account.
  2. An amount of 50% can be drawn from the account for educational or other financial purposes only after she turns 18.
  3. The total amount can be drawn when the child turns 21 and the account can be closed.
  4. If incase the account has not been closed even after the child turns 21 the interest will be added continuosly as long as the account exists.
  5. All the payments like interest and total maturity amount are fully exempted from tax.

We request every parent/gaurdian of girl child to visit your nearest Postoffice or Bank and start filling the sukanya samriddhi yojana form & open a sukanya samriddhi yojana account instantly to make her future secure.

Cabinet Ministers of India 2015

Elections in India will commence once after every 5 years.With the recent elections that are held all over India ,Congress government had lost its power as BJP won majority of seats all over India .Now here we are bringing the list of Cabinet Minister of India 2015 under the BJP goverment.This list is very important for those people who are going to appear Competitive exams.

Shri Narendra Modi : Prime Minister and also incharge of

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions; Department of Atomic Energy; Department of Space; and All important policy issues and all other portfolios not allocated to any Minister.Under his leadership lets know the list of cabinet Ministers of India 2015

Name Minister of Department
Shri Raj Nath Singh Home Affairs
Smt. Sushma Swaraj External Affairs and Overseas Indian Affairs
Shri Arun Jaitley Finance,Corporate Affairs and Information and Broadcasting
Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu Urban Development,Housing and Urban Poverty,Alleviation Parliamentary Affairs
Shri Nitin Jairam Gadkar Road Transport and Highways ,Shipping
Shri Manohar Parrikar Defence
Shri Suresh Prabhu Railways
Shri D.V. Sadananda Gowda Law and Justice
Sushri Uma Bharati Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation
Dr. Najma A. Heptulla Minority Affairs
Shri Ramvilas Paswan Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution
Shri Kalraj Mishra Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.
Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi Women and Child Development
Shri Ananthkumar Chemicals and Fertilizers
Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad Communications and Information Technology
Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda Health and Family Welfare
Shri Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati Civil Aviation
Shri Anant Geete Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
Smt. Harsimrat Kaur Badal Minister of Food Processing Industries.
Shri Narendra Singh Tomar Mines and steel
Shri Chaudhary Birender Singh Rural Development,Panchayati Raj,Drinking Water and Sanitation.
Shri Jual Oram Tribal Affairs
Shri Radha Mohan Singh Agriculture
Shri Thaawar Chand Gehlot Social Justice and Empowerment
Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani Human Resource Development
Dr. Harsh Vardhan Science &Technology,Earth Sciences.

Some Ministers have been assigned multiple departments and those are seperated by commas in the above liast of cabinet ministers 2015.Hope you guys will give the correct answer when asked in any competitve examination.Last but one thing Share this post with your friends if you care about them.

 

World countries and their National games

we are going to provide the list of world countries and their national gta 5 cheats games.Some of the countries have games that are established by thier government while others have termed depending on the followers of a particular gta 5 cheats ps3 game.The list will be useful for those who are willing to take part in competitive exams.

Country National Game
Afghanistan Buzkashi
Anguila Yacht Racing
Antigua & Barbuda Cricket
Argentina Pato
Bahamas Sloop
Bangladesh Kabaddi
Barbados Cricket
Bermuda Cricket
 Brazil  Football
Bhutan Archery
 Canada  Lacrose (summer),Ice Hockey( Winter)
Chile Chilean Rodeo
 Colombia  Tejo
Cuba Baseball
 Dominican Republic  Baseball
England Cricket
 Estonia  Basketball
Finlad Pesapallo
 Georgia  Rugby
Grenada Cricket
 Guyana  Cricket
Haiti Football
 Hungary  Football
India Hockey
 Israel  Football
Ireland Gaelic games
 Jamaica  Cricket
Japan Sumo
 Madagascar  Rugby
Mauritius Football
 Mexico  Charreria
Mongolia Archery,Mongolian Wrestling,Horse Racing
 Nepal  Dandi Biyoo
Newzealand Rugby
 Norway  Cross country skiing
Pakistan Hockey
 Papua New Guinea  Rugby
Peru Paleta Fronton
 Poland  Football
Peurto Rico Paso Fino
 Srilanka  Volleyball
South Korea Taekwando
 Latvia  Basketball(summer),Icehockey (Winter)
Luthiana Basketball
 Serbia  Bantske Sore
Scotland Golf
 Slovenia  Alpine Skiing
Turkey Oil Wrestling
 Turks & CaicosIslands  Cricket
USA Baseball
 Venezuela  Baseball
Wales Rugby

This is the list of the world countries and their national games.Hope this info may be helpful for all of those who are appearing for any competitive exam.If you got any queries or doubts do ask us in the comment section below.

Indian states and their chief ministers and governors

India is the largest democratic country in the world with 29 states and 5 union territories.Over 100 crore population residing in India.Elections are conducted with an interval of 5 years by Election Commission Board which is the governing body for the conduction and supervision of elections all over India.Each time after elections a government may continue in power or may be ruled out. Recently this year Election Commission Board had conducted elections all over India.Let us know briefly about the Indian states and their chief ministers and governors.

S.NO State and U.T. Chief Minister Governor
1 Andaman & Nicobar U.T. A.K. Singh (Lieutenant-Governor)
2 Andhra Pradesh N.Chandrababu Naidu Shri. E. S. L. Narasimhan
3 Arunachal Pradesh Nabam Tuki Nirbhay Sharma
4 Assam Shri Tarun Gogoi Janaki Ballabh Patnaik
5 Bihar Jitan Ram Manjhi DY Patil
6 Chandigarh U.T. Shri Shivraj V. Patil (Administrator)
7 Chattisgarh Dr. Raman Singh Shri Balramji Dass Tandon
8 Goa Laxmikant Parsekar Mridula Sinha
9 Gujarat Anandiben Patel Shri Om Prakash Kohli
10 Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar Kaptan Singh Solanki
11 Himachal Pradesh Virbhadra Singh Urmila Singh
12 Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah Narinder Nath Vohra
13 Jharkhand Hemant Soren
Raghubar Das
14 Karnataka Shri K. Siddaramaiah Vajubhai Rudabhai Vala
15 Kerala Shri Oommen Chandy P.Sathasivam
16 Madhya Pradesh Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan Ram Naresh Yadav
17 Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis Chennamaneni Vidyasagar Rao
18 Manipur Shri Okram Ibobi Singh k.K. Paul (Acting Governor)
19 Meghalaya Mukul Sangma k.K. Paul
20 Mizoram P u Lalthanhawla Krishan Kant Paul
21 Nagaland T R Zeliang Shri Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya
22 New Delhi Arvind Kejriwal (resigned) Najeeb Jung (Lieutenant-Governor)
23 Orissa Sh. Naveen Patnaik Shri S. C. Jamir
24 Pondicherry Shri N. Rangasamy Ajay Kumar Singh (Retd. Lt. General)
25 Punjab Shri Parkash Singh Badal Shri Shivraj Patil
26 Rajasthan Vasundhara Raje Kalyan Singh
27 Sikkim Shri Pawan Kumar Chamling Shriniwas Dadasaheb Patil
28 Tamil Nadu O Panneerselvam Konijeti Rosaiah
29 Telangana K Chandrasekhar Rao ESL Narasimhan
30 Tripura Shri Manik Sarkar Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya
31 Uttar Pradesh Akhilesh Yadav Shri Ram Naik
32 Uttarakhand Harish Rawat Aziz Qureshi
33 West Bengal Km. Mamata Banerjee Keshari Nath Tripathi
34 DadraNagar Haveli U.T. Shri B.S. Bhalla (Administrator)
35 Diu and Daman U.T. Shri B.S. Bhalla (Administrator)
36 Lakshwadeep U.T. Shri H. Rajesh Prasad

This is all about Indian states and their Chief Ministers and Governors.Don’t forget to give the correct answer whenever you are asked in any competitive exam.