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Question 1: It was attended by the 1st Earl of Lytton - ________, maharajas, nawabs and intellectuals.
Governor-General of IndiaBritish RajGovernor General of CanadaGovernor-General

Question 2: Also known as the Imperial Durbar, it was held three times in 1877, 1903, and 1911 at the height of the ________.
Informal EmpireBarbadosBritish EmpireNauru

Question 3: The ________ used this occasion to speak out for the expansion of all types of educational facilities in India.
Prince Aly KhanAga Khan IIIIsmailismAga Khan IV

Question 4: Practically every ruling prince, nobleman, landed ________ and other persons of note in India attended to pay obeisance to their sovereigns.
NobilitySerfdomUpper classGentry

Question 5: It was a dazzling display of pomp, power and split second timing worthy of ________.
Barnum's American MuseumP. T. BarnumGeneral Tom ThumbRingling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus

Question 6: They then appeared at a darshan (a sight) at the jharoka (balcony window) of ________, to receive half a million or more of the common people who had come to greet them.
Salimgarh FortPurana Qila, DelhiRed FortAgra Fort

Question 7: [18] However, the onset of ________ and the movement towards Indian independence meant this visit never happened.
World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupations







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