CBSE Class 4 Social Studies Assignment (3)

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CBSE Class 4 Social Studies Assignment (3) Students are advised to refer to the attached assignments and practise them regularly. This will help them to identify their weak areas and will help them to score better in examination. Parents should download and give the assignments to their children for practice.


1. Fill in the blanks:

1. The capital of both Punjab and Haryana is ___________________

2. The river Ganga and Yamuna meet at ________________ in Allahabad.

3. The silt that rivers bring with them to the plains is called ________________

4. The small rivers that join a major river is called its _____________________

5. The Brahmaputra river originates in _____________ and known as ________

6. From which river do Punjab and Haryana benefit most __________________

2. Name the following:

1. The main tributary of the river Satluj. _______________________________

2. The branch of the Ganga that flows in Bangladesh. ____________________

3. The city famous for the Golden Temple. _____________________________

4. The world’s largest delta. _________________________________________

5. The river that flows through Jharkhand. _____________________________

6. Harvest festival of Assam. ________________________________________

3. Where does the river Ganga originate:


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