3 edition of Lord Curzon"s Administration Of India - What He promised; What He Performed found in the catalog.
May 8, 2006
by Hesperides Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||128|
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by Syed Sirdar Ali Khan. Full text of "Lord Curzon's administration of India: what he promised; what he performed" See other formats • wm mm M Ram II muni 3 Hi H Pill TTHMIJlTlTlffi M Ills HI mlnmi WWKSh m Wmmm 9H WB& Hi warn ^HBH gSftKSUT LORD CURZON'S ADMINISTRATION OF INDIA: WHAT HE PROMISED; WHAT HE PERFORMED.
Lord Curzon was appointed as the viceroy of India in in succession of lord Elgin II. As a viceroy Curzon had a clear-cut knowledge about the task he had to do as the ruler.
From the very beginning of his career he was convinced of the necessity and the urgency of a thorough reforms of the entire administrative machinery. His first speech on Indian soil, in which he undertook 'to hold the scales even' between the British and the races, religions and interests of the land, went down well and he wrote home: 'the reception we receive everywhere is one of extraordinary friendliness and even enthusiasm'.
The Curzons sped across the country to Calcutta by train. It would flank all the routes to the Farther East, to India, and to Australia, the last two actually internal to the Empire regarded as a political system ; and although at present Great Britain unquestionably.
Lord Curzon was the Governor General and Viceroy of India from to Lord Curzon had successive two terms to preside over the Indian empire. The first term () marked the apogee of the imperial system under his paternalist care and ended gloriously. He accepted a successive second term offer, but only to resign within a year in the face of extreme controversies resulting from his measures.
Source 2: From Syed Sirdar Ali Khan, Lord Curzon’s Administration of India: What He Promised; What He Performed, published Syed Sirdar Ali Khan was an Indian aristocrat and founding member of the Alighar Movement, which sought to increase Muslim prominence in social affairs.
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George Curzon accepted the position of Viceroy of India in and was elevated to the Peerage of Ireland as Baron Curzon of Kedleston. He and his wife, who received the title of Vicereine of India, arrived in Bombay on Decem and her beauty and grace soon made her hugely popular throughout India.
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