I would like to know that how may options can be used with pwd command on Linux?
Not many. Only two on GNU/Linux. Typically you just run:
pwd pwd -P pwd -L
You can read man page by typing the following:
man pwd pwd --help
pwd: pwd [-LP] Print the name of the current working directory. Options: -L print the value of $PWD if it names the current working directory -P print the physical directory, without any symbolic links By default, `pwd' behaves as if `-L' were specified. Exit Status: Returns 0 unless an invalid option is given or the current directory cannot be read.