Solution:Major problems faced by Indian cotton weavers were in the 19th century. Manchester imports produced by machines were cheap and attracted buyers because they were inexpensive. By 1860, Indian weavers could not obtain a sufficient supply of high-quality raw cotton due to the Civil War in America. This cut off cotton supplies from the United States to Britain, forcing Britain to turn to India. The price of raw cotton increased as the supply of raw cotton from India increased. Indian weavers were forced to pay exorbitant prices for raw cotton. As a result, weaving was no longer profitable.