The Question : In general, what was Britain’s attitude towards Indian culture during the British Raj?
A. The British believed their customs to be inferior to Indian customs.
B. The British believed their culture to be superior to that of native Indians.
C. The British Raj hoped to bring most aspects of Indian culture back to Britain.
D. The British were hopeful that the Raj would disprove theories of Social Darwinism.
So what is the correct answer? Answer:
The British saw a secure, democratic, and peaceful India as a partner with whom they could form strong political, diplomatic, military, and economic ties. The following account, though, will show that the road to such a relationship was not easy.
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