Who were the first Europeans to last and leave India?

The Portuguese were the first European to arrive India and last European to leave India.

Who were the last European to leave India?

Answer: Portuguese were the last Europeans to leave India.

Who were the first and last to leave India?

Solution(By Examveda Team)

Portuguese was the first voyage to India was by Vasco de Gama in 1498. The Portuguese Settlement in India is supposed to have lasted between 1505 and 1962.

Who was the first king of India?

Ans: Chandragupta Maurya was the first king/ruler of Ancient India.

Who was the last to leave India?

The last European ruler to leave India in 1961 was the Portuguese. On 19 December 1961, the Indian Army liberated Goa, Daman, and Diu from the Portuguese occupation and joined India.

Who Ruled India most?

List of largest empires in India

Empire Approximate maximum extent (Area in km²) Approximate date of maximum extent
British Raj 4,574,000 1911
Mughal Empire 4,000,000 1690
Maurya Empire 3,400,000–5,000,000 261 BC or 250 BC
Republic of India (for comparison) 3,287,263

Was India rich before British rule?

In 1900-02, India’s per capita income was Rs 196.1, while it was just Rs 201.9 in 1945-46, a year before India got its independence. During this period, the per capita income rose to maximum Rs 223.8 in 1930-32.

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Who was the most handsome king of India?

CHENNAI: They say that Shah Jahan was the most handsome of all the Mughal emperors. Portraits of him show an aristocratic nose, a high forehead and eyes far less Mongol than that of his father. He was an accomplished rider and a swordsman.