A) The Partition of India overshadowed the existing urban culture of Delhi, which was based on Urdu, by new tastes and sensibilities, in food, dress and the arts.
B) The Delhi Improvement Trust tried to build the walled city as one of a stark contrast to Shahjahanabad.
C) The decision to shift the capital of India from Calcutta to Delhi was announced at a durbar in Calcutta.
D) The British never wanted Delhi to forget its Mughal past. Hence, they took special care for the preservation of the existing Mughal architectures.
E) None of these
Correct Answer: A
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