Who is the First Indian Governor general of Independent India or Indian Union?


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Who is the First Indian Governor general of Independent India or Indian Union?
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C. Rajgopalachari (21 June,1948 – 25 Jan, 1950)
answered Feb 7, 2011 by Garima Sharma Moderator (62,600 points)
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Lord Louis Mountbatten was the first Governor General of independent

India after having overseen independence Louis Mountbatten was the

first Governor General of independent India after having overseen

independence and partition of British India as the last Viceroy. He was

followed by Chakeravarthi Rajagopalachari who was the first Governor

General of India of Indian origin and the last Governor General as the

new constitution in 1950 replaced King George VI as Emperor of India

with a President and the office of Governor General thus disappeared.

answered Jan 27, 2012 by jeet sagar Moderator (1,034,200 points)
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First Indian Governor general of Independent India C Rajgopalchari
answered May 5, 2012 by ajaykr81 Moderator (175,000 points)
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c rajagopalachari
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