Shopping

Blue Printed Tudung Shawl It is Simple If you Do It Sensible

Britain's Industrial Revolution was constructed on the de-industrialization of India - the destruction of Indian textiles and their substitute via manufacturing in England, using Indian uncooked supplies, and exporting the finished products again to India and even the remainder of the world. Britain's response was to chop off the thumbs of weavers, break their looms and impose duties on tariffs on Indian cloth, flooding India and the world with cheaper fabric from the new steam mills of Britain. Throughout Mughal Empire, India manufactured 27% of the world's textiles, and Gujarati weavers dominated along with Bengali weavers in the Indian textile...