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Consider the following statement respect to the Hill stations of India during colonial period:
1. British developed hill stations in India as sanitariums.
2. Hill Stations in India remained exclusive racial enclaves for Europeans
which of the statement given above is/are correct?
Both 1 and 2
Neither 1 nor 2
The British associated hot weather with the epidemics, such as Malaria and cholera. Thus, the cool and temperate climate of the Indian hills protected the army from these diseases.
Hill stations were developed as sanitariums; i.e., places where soldiers could be sent for rest and recovery from illnesses.
The British made hill stations as a recreation that was similar to their home. The buildings were built in European style. Villas and cottages were set in the middle of gardens. Institutions of education and church were constructed to represent British ideals.
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