Our Country India Class 3 Questions And Answers

Our Country India Class 3 Questions And Answers

Our Country India Class 3 Questions And Answers | Our Country India Class 3 Cbse


Fill in the blanks

  1. ………….. is also called the ship of the desert.
  2. Great Indian desert is also known as ………….desert.
  3. The Lakshadweep lie in the ……………sea.

Answers :

  1. Camel
  2. Thar
  3. Arabian

Multiple Choice Questions

India Is the seventh largest country in the world.

  • 7th
  • 4th
  • 5th

Correct Answer – 7th

Ganga and Brahmaputra start from the ……….

  • Northern mountains
  • Southern mountains
  • Bay of Bengal

Correct Answer – Northern mountains


Andaman and Nico bar island lies in the ….

  • Bay of Bengal
  • Arabian sea
  • Indian ocean

Correct Answer – Bay of Bengal

Our Country India Class 3 Questions And Answers

With how many countries India shares his borders?

India shares its borders with Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and Bangladesh.


How many landforms are there in India?

Our country’s various landforms include the Himalayan Mountains, the Northern Plains, the Deccan Plateau, the That Desert, and islands.


Name four rivers which originate in the northern mountains.

Northern mountains are the source of the Ganga, Yamuna Satluj, and Brahmaputra rivers.


Why are the northern plains thickly populated ?

The northern plains are densely populated because the rivers that flow through them make the soil very fertile, allowing enough food crops to be grown here. 


Explain the island groups of India?

In the Bay of Bengal, there is a group of islands known as the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Lakshadweep is another island group in the Arabian Sea. 


Name the rivers which flow through the coastal plains of India?

The rivers Narmada, Tapi, Mahanadi, Godavari, Krishna, and Kaveri flow through coastal plains.


Why is the deccan plateau not very fertile?

The Deccan plateau is not very fertile because the rivers dry up in the summer due to a lack of rainfall.


Define Terms :-

Desert :-

The term “desert” refers to a large area of land covered in sand. 

Peninsula :-

A peninsula is a area of land that protrudes into the sea and is surrounded on three sides by large bodies of water. 

Island :-

A piece of land surrounded by water is referred to as an island. The Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal are two examples.

Plateau :- 

It is a flat-topped area elevated above the surrounding land. 



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