Warren Hastings, (born December 6, 1732, Churchill, near Daylesford, Oxfordshire, England—died August 22, 1818, Daylesford), the first and most famous of the British governors-general of India, who dominated Indian affairs from 1772 to 1785 and was impeached (though acquitted) on his return to England.
Who was the first government general of India?
Governor-General of India (1833-58): By Charter Act of 1833, the post name of Governor-General of Bengal again converted into “Governor-General of India” (first Governor-General of India was William Bentinck.
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 is the head of governor?
|Jharkhand||Shri Ramesh Bais|
|Karnataka||Shri Thaawarchand Gehlot|
|Kerala||Shri Arif Mohammed Khan|
|Madhya Pradesh||Shri Mangubhai Chhaganbhai Patel|
What is difference between Governor and Governor General?
Governors-General and Viceroys were the main administrative cogs of British India who saw to it that the “Jewel in the Crown” of the British Empire.
Difference Between Governor-General and Viceroy.
|Time Periods: 1833 – 1858||Time Periods: 1858 – 1948|
|William Bentinck was the first Governor-General||Lord Canning was the first Viceroy|