HistoryMatch the columnsMatrix: Column I Column II(a)Location of the first cotton mill(i)1800(b)Francis Buchanan toured through Mysore(ii)1861(c)Workshop of the world(iii)India(d)Biggest producer of cotton textiles before 1750(iv)Britain(e)First textile mill started in Ahmedabad (v)Bombay

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Matrix:


 

Column I

 

Column II

(a)

Location of the first cotton mill

(i)

1800

(b)

Francis Buchanan toured through Mysore

(ii)

1861

(c)

Workshop of the world

(iii)

India

(d)

Biggest producer of cotton textiles before 1750

(iv)

Britain

(e)

First textile mill started in Ahmedabad

(v)

Bombay


  1. A
    a-i; b-ii; c-iii; d-iv, e-v
  2. B
    a-v; b-iv; c-iii; d-ii, e-i
  3. C
    a-iv; b-v; c-iii; d-i, e-ii
  4. D
    a-v; b-i; c-iv; d-iii, e-ii 

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    Solution:

    Location of first cotton mill:
    Bombay became the centre of the first cotton mill established in the subcontinent in 1854.
    Francis Buchanan toured through Mysore: Francis Buchanan toured through Mysore in 1800 after the death of Tipu Sultan and left an account regarding the technique used in making Wootz steel.
    World Workshop-
    Britain was given the world's workshop title when its iron and steel industry started growing.
    The biggest producer of cotton textiles before 1750:
    India was the biggest producer of cotton textiles before 1750 when the British took over Bengal.
    The first textile mill started in Ahmedabad:
    Ahmedabad was the first region in the subcontinent to get a textile mill in 1861.
      
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