A Visit To Vizag Questions & Answers

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A Visit To Vizag Questions & Answers

Question 1: What else is Visakhapatnam known as?

Answer: Visakhapatnam is also known as Vizag.

Question 2: What is INS Kursura?

Answer: INS Kursura is South Asia’s first submarine turned museum. It is on the Ramakrishna Beach in Visakhapatnam.

Question 3: What were the author’s feelings after visiting INS Kursura?

Answer: The tour through the museum made the author realise that life in a submarine is not easy. She was filled with pride and respect for the Indian Navy.

Question 4: Where is the Visakha Utsav held?

Answer: The Visakha Utsav is held at the Ramakrishna Beach.

Question 5: How did the author go to Araku Valley?

Answer: The author went to Araku Valley in a glass-domed coach train.

Question 6: Where did the author go after visiting the Borra Caves?

Answer: After visiting the Borra Caves, the author went to the Katiki Waterfalls and the Tribal Art Museum.

Question 7: Which event did the author attend at the Ramakrishna Beach? What did she observe there?

Answer: The author attended the Visakha Utsav at the Ramakrishna Beach. She observed the local sights and sounds of the Utsav. She was impressed by the variety of traditional crafts, tribal music and dances and food from different parts of Andhra Pradesh. The joy and happiness of the locals seemed infectious.

Question 8: Which dancers performed at the Visakha Utsav? How were they dressed?

Answer: The Dhimsa dancers from Araku Valley performed at the Visakha Utsav. The dancers were dressed in their traditional costumes and ornaments. They danced to the sounds of musical instruments like mori, dappu and thudum.

Question 9: What is the hillock close to the Yarada Beach called? Why is it called so?

Answer: The hillock close to the Yarada Beach is called Dolphin’s Nose. It is called so because it is shaped like a dolphin’s nose.

Question 10: What did the author see from the lighthouse on the Dolphin’s nose?

Answer: When the author looked from the lighthouse on the Dolphin’s Nose, she saw that the road leading up to the hill had a temple, a church and a mosque. Together, they looked beautiful, representing the centuries-old syncretic culture of our country. She also saw the lush green hillside, the wide blue sea and the natural harbour of Vizag and the city too. Along the seaside, she saw yachts and fishermen’s boats as they went about their work.

Question 11: How are stalactites and stalagmites formed in The Borra Caves?

Answer: The fascinating formations in the Borra Caves are created by mineral deposits. The Gosthani River which originates from the Ananthagiri Hills of the Eastern Ghats flows through the Borra Caves. The water that percolates from the roof of the caves, trickles down drop by drop and dissolves the limestone deposits in the caves. This process has led to the formation of mound-like structures in the caves. The formations on the roof are called stalactites and the ones on the ground are called stalagmites.

Question 12: What did the author see at the Tribal Art Museum?

Answer: The author saw models of the interiors of different kinds of Araku homes at the Tribal Art Museum. There were statues of clay and mud showing the culture and traditions of various Araku tribes. The author was fascinated by the jewellery, hunting tools and kitchen utensils in their realistic setting.

So, these were A Visit To Vizag Questions & Answers.

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