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What were the motives of British behind partitioning Bengal?

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Lord Curzon’s motive behind partitioning Bengal : To Curb the Bengali nationalists and weaken the nationalist movement. To set the Hindus and Muslims to fight against each other and undermine the unity amongst them.
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Lord Curzon’s motive behind partitioning Bengal :

  1. To Curb the Bengali nationalists and weaken the nationalist movement.
  2. To set the Hindus and Muslims to fight against each other and undermine the unity amongst them.
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The Britishers wanted to create differences between Hindus and Muslims. This is a perfect example of their divide and rule policy.
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British wanted division of Bengal for efficient administration (according to them). In reality, they were following the policy of divide and rule by separating Hindu Muslim.
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The main motive was to Divide and Rule the Indians and to disintegrate their unity.
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The partition plan's motives were the British desire to weaken Bengal, the nerve centre of Indian nationalism and divide the Muslims and Hindus based on religion.
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The partition of Bengal came into effect in October 1905. This partition reduces the old province of Bengal into two-part by creating a new area East Bengal. The British government explained that it was done to stimulate the underdeveloped East region of the Bengal. But the main objective was to 'Divide...
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The partition of Bengal came into effect in October 1905. This partition reduces the old province of Bengal into two-part by creating a new area East Bengal. The British government explained that it was done to stimulate the underdeveloped East region of the Bengal. But the main objective was to 'Divide and Rule' the most advanced area of the country at that time. The main reason was to destroy the educated middle-class Bengali's political influence and set up a communal gulf between Hindu and Muslim.

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The Britishers wanted to create differences between Hindus and Muslim. That is the reason why they parted Bengal.
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Bengal was the primary competitor for British produce to sell in Asian markets. Hence they weakened Bengal by partitioning it and thus improved prospects for British produce in Asian markets.
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It was the basic British tactics of 'Divide and Rule' to weaken the public strength. The main motive of the Bengal Partition was to split Hindus and Muslims of India.Thank you!
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