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The traditional handicrafts industries were ruined under the British rule. Do you agree with this view? Give reasons in support of your answer. - Economics CBSE class 11

Book: Indian Economic Development
Chapter 1: Indian Economy on the Eve of Independence
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Asked On2017-07-14 08:52:44 by:Aparna-Dasgupta

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I agree with the given statement that traditional handicrafts industries were ruined under the British rule. During the eighteenth century, the demand for handicraft products was high in both domestic and international markets. However, the policies introduced by the colonial government significantly reduced the demand for handicraft products.
 Reasons for the devastation of handicraft industries during the British rule:
Biased tariff policy: The colonial government followed a biased tariff policy in the sense that they levied high tariffs on export of Indian handicraft goods and allowed duty-free export of India's raw material into British markets. Also, Britain freely exported finished goods in the Indian market. Because of this, Indian handicrafts faced a tough competition from foreign goods and could not survive in the market. Hence, Indian handicrafts were ruined under the British rule.
Unfair competition: Britain produced machine-made goods with the help of cheap raw materials from India. This enabled Britain to sell its machine-made goods at cheaper rates. The railways also helped in this regard as they carried goods to the remotest areas. Hence, the traditional handicrafts industry faced severe competition from machine-made British goods, and eventually, the demand for Indian handicrafts fell drastically because of comparatively low quality and high prices.
Western lifestyle: The colonial government promoted western lifestyle in India which led to an increase in the demand for British goods. The ones who demanded British goods were mainly zamindars.

Answerd on:2017-07-17 Answerd By:milan-ransingh

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