In which year partion of Bengal made by Lord Curzon was cancelled?

(A) 1911
(B) 1904
(C) 1906
(D) 1907

Correct Answer : 1911
Question Asked : 48th to 52nd BPSC (Pre) 2008, UPPCS (Pre) 1991, 1993
Explanation : A ceremonial welcome was organized on the arrival of King George V and Queen Mary at the Delhi Durbar in 1911, where they were presented to an assembled audience of Indian dignitaries and princes as the Emperor and Empress of India on 12 December, 1911. During Delhi Darbar on December 12, 1911, the King abolished the division of Bengal and George declared the transfer of the Indian Capital from Calcutta to Delhi. As declared, Bengal was reorganized as the new province, Orissa and Bihar were separated from Bengal. Assam became a new constituent State of India. The district of Sylhet of Assam was also combined with it.
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