Who was the last Indian Viceroy of India?

Viceroy and Governor-General of India
Lord Mountbatten Last Viceroy of British Raj Chakravarti Rajagopalachari Last Governor-General of Dominion of India
Style His Excellency
Residence Government House (1858–1931) Viceroy’s House (1931–1950) Viceregal Lodge (1888–1947)

Who was viceroy before Mountbatten?

Viceroys in India from 1858 to 1947

Viceroy Tenure
Lord Willingdon 1931 – 1936
Lord Linlithgow 1936 – 1944
Lord Wavell 1944 – 1947
Lord Mountbatten 1947-48

Who gave up India?

Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma

Admiral of the Fleet The Right Honourable The Earl Mountbatten of Burma KG GCB OM GCSI GCIE GCVO DSO ADC PC FRS
Alma mater Christ’s College, Cambridge
Military service
Allegiance United Kingdom
Branch/service Royal Navy

Who was the best Viceroy of India?

Top 15 British Viceroys of India

  • Viceroy # 1. Lord Canning as First Viceroy, (1858-62):
  • Viceroy # 2. Lord Elgin (1862-63):
  • Viceroy # 3. Sir John Lawrence, (1864-69):
  • Viceroy # 4. Lord Mayo, (1869-72):
  • Viceroy # 5. Lord Northbrook, (1872-76):
  • Viceroy # 6. Lord Lytton, (1876-80):
  • Viceroy # 7. …
  • Viceroy # 8.

Who was the first governor-general and last Viceroy of India?

Governor-General of India

Viceroy and Governor-General of India
First holder Warren Hastings
Final holder Lord Mountbatten (February 1947 – August 1947 as Viceroy of India) Chakravarthi Rajagopalachari (1948–1950 as Governor-general of Dominion of India)
Abolished 26 January 1950
Succession President of India
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Is Governor General and Viceroy same?

Under Government of India Act 1858, Governor General of India got replaced by Viceroy. Governor General is appointed by East India Company. Whereas, Viceroy is Direct representative of British Crown.

Who was the last Viceroy of India Class 8?

1. Lawrence was a prominent Viceroy of India. 2. Curzon was a Governor General of India.

How, When and Where Class 8 MCQs Questions with Answers.

Column A Column B
(iii) Calligraphists (c) A Scottish economise and political leader
(iv) Historians (d) The earlier period of the history

What made British to leave India?

1947: Partition of India

During World War Two, the British had mobilised India’s resources for their imperial war effort. They crushed the attempt of Mahatma Gandhi and the Indian National Congress to force them to ‘quit India’ in 1942. … For this reason, Britain was desperate to keep India (and its army) united.

Chants of India