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Of all the various ways to travel, road trips are the most spontaneous and do not require a long wait to get the best deal on those expensive flights. A vehicle in good condition, a bunch of like-minded friends, some basic planning on the route and stay options, an upbeat playlist and you’re off. India has some of the most varied and scenic road trip circuits with hills, valleys, deserts, forests and coastal roads for an incredible experience. If you've been lucky enough to experience the above, you could stand a chance of winning this quiz and Amazon vouchers worth Rs 2,000! 

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1. On the old Mumbai-Goa highway, you can take a slight detour to visit the palace of an exiled king from a neighbouring country. Which country’s last king was exiled here?

Hint: This country is famous around the world for its rubies and teak.

Sri Lanka
2. Which is the highest mountain pass that you can drive through on a road trip from Manali to Leh?

Hint: This pass is the gateway to one of Ladakh’s most popular attractions, the Pangong Tso lake.

Chang La
Baralacha La
Khardung La
Rohtang La
3. This 7th-century temple town famous for its rock-cut temples is a must-visit on a coastal road trip from Chennai to Pondicherry. Which town is it?

Hint: These temples portray events of the Mahabharata, and some of the temples here are shaped as chariots. 

4. On a road trip from Vishakhapatnam to Arakku valley, one can pass through forested hillsides, magical waterfalls and plantations of something the valley is famous for. Which plantations are these?

Hint : A morning mug of this will charge you up for the rest of the day.

5. When travelling from Bangalore to Ooty on a road trip, you will pass through a national park that was the erstwhile hunting ground for the Maharajas of Mysore. Which national park is this?

Hint: This national park has the second highest population of tigers in India.

Jim Corbett National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve
Bandipur National Park
6. For history and mythology lovers, a quick stopover in this town is a must on your road trip from Delhi to Shimla.

Hint: The events that unfolded on this battlefield are described in the Mahabharata.

7. The white salt desert is not the only unique thing one would find on a road trip to Kutch. You could come across this sanctuary for these unique animals, not found anywhere else in India. Which animal is it?

 Hint: This animal is locally called the Ghudkhur.

The Indian Bison
The Indian Wild Ass
The Royal Bengal Tiger
The Indian Wild Dog
8. Nestled in the Aravalli mountains, this fort palace, now a luxury hotel, is one of the most beautiful hill forts in India, and a tiny detour on your Delhi - Jaipur road trip. Where is this fort?

 Hint: The name of this fort begins with the name of a tree.

9. One of the most scenic routes in Odisha for a road trip is unarguably the drive from Puri to Konark. This road flanks the crashing waves of the Bay of Bengal on one side and a thick green cover on the other. What is this road called?

Hint: This road shares its name with another popular stretch in Mumbai. 

Marine Drive
Coast Road
Sea Route
Shore Road
10. On a road trip in Sikkim, this glacial lake that freezes in winters is a holy lake for both Buddhists and Hindus. This is a must-stop between Gangtok and Nathu La, the border post with China in eastern Sikkim. Which lake is this?

 Hint : This is believed to be the most beautiful lake in Sikkim.

Gurudongmar Lake
Tsomgo Lake
Tso Moriri
Pangong Tso
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