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The Making of India: The Untold Story of British Enterprise

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Before the Empire, the sub-continent was divided into numerous kingdoms and principalities, more than 500 in all. We look at the demographics of a country, the economic fundamentals, and generally start in a new territory by working with a distributor and going from there,” says Tej.

This book is the first to assess in a single volume almost all aspects of Britain s remarkable contribution in providing India with its lasting institutional and physical infrastructure, which continues to underpin the world s largest democracy in the twenty-first century. Through Vitabiotics, Lalvani supports many arts events and foundations such as local community theatre 'Opera for All'. Today, Vitabiotics exports to more than 100 countries and has 20 UK brands, eight of which are number one in their markets.

He worked harder and offered a better level of service than anyone else — and learned to live on a meager budget. of more benefit to India (and other countries) than if the British had not established the EIC all those years ago.

I fully concur with Dr Lalvani that Indians should be grateful for some of the permanent blessings of colonial rule, which only the unique attributes of the British could have conferred on us. He is also a philanthropist, private scholar and historian, serving as an honorary professor at the University of Franche-Comté. He is very popular and respected among Sindhis, a selfless person, a person with a sacrificing nature.Unfortunately the book is likely to be read by many outside India who have a different and more positive view to that portrayed in India itself. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Today, 'Vitabiotics Wellbeing', selling a legion of health products, is Britain's leading and fastest growing major nutraceutical company specialising in effective solutions for specific therapeutic areas, introducing wholly new concepts in nutrient therapy. Denouncing opposition to his measure, he asked: ‘Is India to be ruled for the benefit of the Indian people of all races, classes and creeds, or in the sole interest of a small body of Europeans? The British went even further in the banning of horrendous practises such as the widow being expected to throw herself on funeral pyres and others - an impactful thought-provoking read as to what life was like before the British.

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