Flipkart Quiz September 6, 2021: Daily Trivia has started on Flipkart. Flipkart Quiz also gives users a chance to win prizes. This quiz has started at 12 midnight and will continue till 12 noon today. Five questions are asked in the quiz. The quiz is based on daily events and current affairs. This quiz is available for both Android and iOS devices, which users can play by going to the Game Zone section. Users can win coupons, prizes and many more by being a part of Flipkart Quiz.
Apart from this, participants can also win Flipkart Super Coins. Note that in order to be eligible for the quiz prize, the participants must answer all the quiz questions correctly.
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How To Play Daily Trivia Quiz?
If you have not yet installed the Flipkart App, then first of all download it on the phone. Both iOS and Android users can use this app.
Open the Flipkart app on your phone and go to the Game Zone.
Now click on Daily Trivia Banner or search Daily Trivia.
Enter the game and answer all 5 questions.
For information, let us tell you that only the first 50,000 participants get a chance to win the prize. Users have to answer 5 questions to win the prize.
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Question 1: Which is the world’s second-largest religion with over 1.8 billion followers?
Answer 1: (A) ISLAM.
Question 2: World’s first mobile call was made between employees of Motorola and
Answer 2: (C) BELL LABS.
Question 3: Called lead, the tip of a pencil is made up of what?
Answer 3: (B) GRAPHITE.
Question 4: The name of which dish literally means ‘spicy food suitable for a diet’?
Answer 4: (A) JELFREZI.
Question 5: Which city was briefly called Batmania, in honor of its founder John Batman?
Answer 5: (A) MELBOURNE.
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