“The employment of an Indian style of architecture at New Delhi was strongly favoured by the Public Works Department of India. An oriental style was also advocated by the Viceroy as being appropriate politically, especially as it was the preference of the native princes. There was also a powerful lobby in Britain, which was opposed to the imposition of a Western style of architecture upon the new capital of India.”

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