On education please google Macaulay. You will know why British education came to Undivided India.
Racism is surely wring but the courage to face the truth is an equally important aspect of any human being. As the saying goes - you can be a friend of an enemy even, with the loss of character. The choice is entirely of the person.
Danish pastries and their like is no boon to me that the colonials left. If you prefer frogs leg or truffles that are dug out by piugs, you are welcome. I eat what I find is OK for me and I don't look to find what is the country of origin of the dish.
I do agree there are many (possibly you too) who go gaga because it is French cuisine or Italian cuisine. I share no burden of such colonial baggage or that education and sophistication comes through knowing English or French or chomping gluttonously through some rubbery pasta or whatever, or taking insipid Japaense seaweed and sake (BTW, the maids of the olden time drank sake which was only good for Indian maids! ).
Good for you. Bring back the British to Pakistan since you feel they alone can help little natives of Pakistan. What can I say if you want them back and since you feel that you guys are not up to it to make your country grreat.
I do appreciate what the British have done. But taht doesn;t mean that we cant't do it on our own or that we should beholden to them or that they came to India do do a
favour' to the dark little Injuns of undivided India!
Remember Bhadur Shah Zaffar, teh last of the Moguls? He was surely emancipated by having the British in India.
Kia badnazzed hai Zafar.
Do kui zameen bhi na mile
Dafan ke lie.