Indian hill station of Ooty was described as paradise due to its beautiful English rain and English mud by which famous English personality?

Options :
  1. Lord Hardinge
  2. Cornwallis
  3. Wordsworth
  4. Lord Lytton
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Answer: Option 4

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Of all the hardships and deprivations a people can suffer, I am not sure if the deprivations of art and culture are not the most devastating. As meat and rice are food for the body, art and culture are food for the soul. Starve the body and the person dies starve the soul and the spirit dies.
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