One of the most important Indian ports of the 17th century.
Bandana patterns were mostly produced in
The job of a rangrez was to
The first cotton mill in India was established in
Wootz steel was produced all over
From the 1850s, Britain came to be known as the ‘workshop of the world’.
The invention of spinning jenny and steam engine revolutionised cotton textile weaving in England.
European trading companies such as the Dutch, the French and the English purchased cotton and silk textiles in India by importing diamond.
Men were usually involved in the work of spinning.
Iron smelting in India was extremely common till the end of the 19th century.
The Tata Iron and Steel Company began to produce steel after the First World War.