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Kargil Vijay Diwas Quiz: On 26 july in 1999, the Indian Army successfully completed “Operation Vijay,” putting an end to the three-month conflict in the Jammu and Kashmir province’s Kargil district and along the Line of Control (LOC). As part of Vijay Diwas, the day is honored.The Kargil War, also recognized as the Kargil conflict, officially ended on this date in 1999 with Indian troops successfully retaking mountain peaks. The successful Operation Vijay gave rise to the Kargil Vijay Diwas holiday, observed on July 26 in India.As part of “Operation Vijay,” the Indian Army drove out intruders from Pakistan during the conflict and was successful in retaking Tiger Hill and other outposts, India successfully regained control of the high outposts that Pakistan had captured. The Kargil War, which lasted over than 60 days and came to an end on July 26th, claimed lives on both sides. India reclaimed control of all previously held territory as the war came to an end.

 Every year on July 26, Kargil Vijay Diwas is observed in remembrance of the Kargil War’s heroes. The Kargil-Dras sector and the nation’s capital New Delhi both observe this day, and every year at the Amar Jawan Jyothi at India Gate, the country’s prime minister honors the soldiers. Additionally, celebrations honoring the efforts of the military forces are held across the nation. 

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Quiz on Kargil Vijay Diwas

Given below are the questions for Kargil Vijay Diwas Quiz. These are all related to the history, significance, and celebration of Kargil Vijay Diwas. Let’s know more about this by attempting the quiz below.

Q1. What day is Kargil Vijay Diwas celebrated?

  1. 26 June
  2. 25 July
  3. 26 July
  4. 27 July

Ans. 26 July

Q2. What was the Kargil War’s code name?

  1. Operation Shaurya
  2. Operation Vijay
  3. Operation Kargil
  4. Operation Safed Sagar

Ans. Operation Vijay

Q3. How many Indian soldiers lost their lives fighting in the Kargil War?

  1. 427
  2. 320
  3. 527
  4. 600

Ans. 527

Q4. Who was India’s prime minister during the Kargil War?

  1. Rajiv Gandhi
  2. Atal Bihari Vajpayee
  3. Chandra Shekhar
  4. Manmohan Singh

Ans. Atal Bihari Vajpayee

Q5. Which hill is home to the Kargil War Memorial?

  1. Tiger hill
  2. Junagarh
  3. Wagah Border
  4. India Gate

Ans. Tiger Hill

Q6. What was the operation launched by Indian Airforce during Kargil War?

  1. Operation Pwan
  2. Operation Vijay
  3. Operation Safed Sagar
  4. Operation badr

Ans. Operation safed sagar

Q7. What was the main reason that India did not anticipate a Pakistani attack in the Kargil region?

  1. Pakistan launched an attack during the cold months when no one was present.
  2. Pakistan sent Hindu troops rather than Muslim troops.
  3. Pakistan crossed the border several miles to attack Kargil.
  4. Instead of their regular army, Pakistan used infiltrators.

Ans. Pakistan launched an attack during the cold months when no one was present.

Q8. In which did the Kargil War end?

  1. 1998
  2. 1999
  3. 1996
  4. 1997

Ans. 1999

Q9. For how many months did the Kargil war last?

  1. 6 months
  2. 3 months
  3. 2 months
  4. 4months

Ans. 3 months

Q10. What was the code name for Pakistani forces’ infiltration in Kargil?

  1. Operation Babur
  2. Operation Ghazi
  3. Operation Vijay
  4. Operation Badr

Ans. Operation Badr

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