Question 1: After the nation became a republic, the non-executive ________ continued to perform the same functions.
Question 2: Encyclopædia Britannica ("British Empire" and "Viceroy"), London: ________, 1911, 11th edition,
Question 4: The mansion remained in use until the capital moved from Calcutta to ________ in 1912.
Question 5: After the capital moved from Calcutta to Delhi, the Viceroy occupied a newly-built Viceroy's House, designed by Sir ________.
Question 6: ________ remained Governor-General of India for some time after independence, but the two nations were otherwise headed by native Governors-General.
Question 7: Throughout the British administration, Governors-General retreated to the Viceregal Lodge (see at Rashtrapati Niwas) ________ each summer to escape the heat, and the government of India moved with them.
Question 8: When the ________ was founded in 1861, the Viceroy was made its Grand Master ex officio.