What is the main crops of Himachal Pradesh?
Rice, Wheat and Maize are important cereal crops of the State. Groundnut, Soyabeen and Sunflower in Kharif and Rapeseed/ Mustard and Toria in the Rabi season are important oilseed crops. Urd, Bean, Moong, Rajmash in Kharif season and Gram Lentil in Rabi are the important pulse crops of the State.
What does Himachal Pradesh export?
In FY20, exports of drug formulations and biologicals from the state stood at US$ 822.0 million and have reached US$ 626.1 million in FY21 (until October 2020). The tourism sector of Himachal Pradesh contributes 7% to the state GDP.
Which is the richest district in Himachal Pradesh?
Who was the king of Himachal Pradesh?
At 87, Raja Sahib, as Virbhadra Singh was popularly known, possessed a spirit and willpower unparalleled to any other politician his age. He is known as the modern architect of Himachal Pradesh.
What is famous food of Himachal Pradesh?
The cuisine of the state is renowned for its high nutrient content and the Dhaam is its best example. A plate full of rice, rajma, curd, boor ki kadi and jaggery, the Dhaam is commonly served in festivals. A trip to Himachal is incomplete without feasting on the Tudkiya Bhath, the authentic pulao of this state.
What is the famous festival of Himachal Pradesh?
What is the Speciality of Himachal Pradesh?
Some of the specialities of Himachal include Manee, Mandra or “Madra”, “Palda”, “Redu” Patrode, Chouck, Bhagjery and chutney of til (sesame seeds).
Which is the state bird of Himachal Pradesh?
Which is the state bird of India?
|State||Common name||Binomial name|
|Karnataka||Indian roller||Coracias benghalensis|
|Kerala||Great Indian hornbill||Buceros bicornis|
|Madhya Pradesh||Indian paradise flycatcher||Terpsiphone paradisi|
|Maharashtra||Yellow-footed green pigeon||Treron phoenicoptera|
Who gave the name Himachal Pradesh?
Acharya Diwakar Datt Sharma
What animals live in Himachal Pradesh?
The Great Himalayan National Park is home to animals like musk deer, brown bear, Goral, thar, leopard, snow leopard, bharal, serow, monal, Kali, koklas, cheer, tragopan, snow cock etc.