find out- 1. why was indigo in great demand in European countries

2. why were the indian farmers hesitant to grow indigo?

1.because europe's climate is not favourable for growing indigo.

2. because once the indigo is grown on the the land , rice cannot grown their.As the season of indigo cultivation was same as rice cultivation.

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Why was indigo in great demand in European contries 

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because europes climate is not favourable for indigo as indias climate is

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Indigo was in great demand in European countries because it produce a rich blue colour which was used by the european cloth manufacturers.And european climate is not favourable for indigo cultivation.

Farmers did not want to cultivate indigo in their land beause-

--- It ruined the soil fertility.

---They were forced to grow indigo in the most fertile part of their land where they preferred to grow rice.

---They got very low prices for indigo and the cycle of loans never ended.

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ndigo was in great demand in European countries because it produce a rich blue colour which was used by the european cloth manufacturers.And european climate is not favourable for indigo cultivation.

Farmers did not want to cultivate indigo in their land beause-

--- It ruined the soil fertility.

---They were forced to grow indigo in the most fertile part of their land where they preferred to grow rice.

---They got very low prices for indigo and the cycle of loans never ended.

 

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WHAT IS NDIGO JAY !!!!!!!!!!1

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 1. indigo was great in demand in europe because it was used as a dye and produced good colour.

2.indian farmers were hesitant to grow indido because it made the soil infertile.They couldnt grow rice after indigo was harvested

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 1. indigo was in great demand in Europe bcs it produces a rich blue colour n d climate in Europe is not favourable to grow indigo.

2. n indian farmers were hesistant to grow farmers bcs they were very poor n to grow indigo they couldnt afford fertilizers, seeds n even indigo needs proper care n attention to grow

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Indigo was in great demand in european countries as it produces a thick and rich bluish colour . The British demanded high amounts of indigo from the poor Indian farmers and as we know Indigo, causes the soil to go infertile , the indian farmers grew hesistant .

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1.Because at that time indigo is less expensive for the Europeans.and indigo is used for various purposes.that,is why indigo has a great demand .
2.because it destroyed the soil fertility
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destroy the soil properties
 
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Indigo was in great demand because;
-it produced a rich blue colour which was very much profitable for European merchants.
-it produced brighter colour than woad.

Indian farmers were hesitant to grow indigo because;
--it ruined the fertility of soil as it roots were so,deep.
--farmers were forced to grow indigo on the best part of their soil and not grow food crops.
--they got very low prices for growing indigo and always remained in loan cycle.

firstly when british planters came to india they bribed the local headmen and peasents.They said that you grow indigo on the best part of soil and we will give you money for that,we will provide seeds for it also.
---First they loaned the farmer  and when farmer came to british planters to sell indigo they cut off the money of loan from the money given to peasents.
---but later they decreased the amount of money given and increased loan,then to repay britisher planters loan they asked the moneylenders to give money.So,they were stuck in a loan cycle as they have to pay back money to british planters and moneylenders and if they  wont the planetrs or moneylenders would take away there land.So some left their land like this and ran away while some worked as labours in their own land.

THEN IT LED TO BLUE REBELLION...
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Indigo is great demand in europe countries
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Indigo was in a greater demand in Europe because it produces a rich blue colour dye which is used by European Cloth Manufacturers.And european climate was not favourable for indigo cultivation.For indigo cultivation only fertile land is used and its deep roots exhausted the fertility of land and so rice could not be cultivated on that land
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Indigo was demanded greatly in Europe because it was producing rich blue dye.It is often compared to Woad,which was dull and pale.
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It was in great demand because of it's rich blue colour which was used to dye different clothes
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Indigo was in great demand in European countries because the Britishers needed to dye the clothes as it provided the rich blue colour to the clothes.
The Indian farmers were hesitant to grow Indigo because -
1. Indigo cultivation would turn the land Barren.
2. The tools used for Indigo cultivation were needed at same time at which they were needed for rice cultivation.
3.The roots of the Indigo plant exhausted the soil.
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Because indigo produce rich blue dye
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Dear student,
1-due to rapid industrialisation and lack of any alternatives led to great demand of Indigo in Europe and secondly the the Indigo plant grows in tropics and Europe's climate does not favours the growth of Indigo plant.
2-the farmers were hesitant to grow Indigo because once it is grown in a land the soil loses its fertility and they did not got proper wages for growing it.
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1. Ans. Indigo was in great demand in Europe d?e a combination of reasons. They were:

? The dye used by manufacturer in Europe was made from a different plants and had a very dull colour. Indigo on the other hand had a rich blue colour.
? Industrialisation led to an increase in production of cloth and therefore an increase in demand for dyes.
? The Indigo plant grew primarily in the tropics.


Therefore, increase in the demand d?e to rap?d Industrialisation and lack of any alternative led to the great demand of Indigo in European countries.
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Indigo is a dye used for the colour of the clothes.that is why it was in a great demand in European countries.the Indians were hesitant to grow indigo because it took vast areas of the land and the farmers were unable to grow the other crops like paddy and wheat
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1) in 18 century the demand for Indian Indigo what group for the Britishers begin to industrialize the cotton production expanded therefore it created an enormous demand for closed Eyes. It was also in demand as it gave it rich blue colour



2) the farmer word Hedges to grow Indigo and in the ryotwari system the planters for the reasons that ryots to sign a contract. Do you sign the contract got advance cash from the planters at low rate of interest to produce Indigo but the loan committed the ryots to cultivating Indigo on at least 25% of the area is holding when the loan got delivered to the planters the given new loan which trapped The ryots in a loan cycle
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1.In india the soil was very fertile and indigo is grown where the soil is fertile. So rulers of our country forced our country to grow and they sold in Europe in cheap prices.
2. The indian farmers were hesitant to grow indigo because they knew if they only grow indigo there land fertility would be gone also if farmers only grow they wouldn't be able to grow another crops which they could eat .
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