Which of the following two problems were faced by cotton weavers in India?
The earliest factories in England came up by the
Industrial Revolution first started in
The port which gained importance in place of Hoogly during the colonial rule in India.
The industrialisation did not progress in the beginning of seventeenth century due to
What was the first symbol of the new era in England?
During the 19th century, Which were the most dynamic industries in Britain?
In which century, the exports of British cotton goods increased dramatically?
Who was Dwarkanath Tagore?
Which War caused new problems for Indian weavers?
When did the export of Indian yarn to China declined?
What were supply during the First World War from Indian factories?
Who produced music book that Dawn of the Century?
Which pre-colonial port connected India to the Gulf countries and the Red Sea ports?
What was the reason behind new merchants could not set up business in the towns in Europe?
Who was the Staplers and Fullers?
What do you mean by Carding?
According to historians, who was the typical worker in the mid-nineteenth century?
What do you mean by ‘Gomastha’?
First: the Company tried to eliminate the existing traders and later they appoint a paid servant called the gomastha to supervise weavers, collect supplies, and examine the quality of cloth.
In Victorian Britain the upper classes- aristocratic class and bourgeoisie preferred handmade goods because:
(I) Handmade products came to symbolise refinement and class.
(II) Handmade products were better finished, individually produced and designed carefully.
(III) The upper classes preferred the expensive products for their exclusiveness, which were not shared by all.