In World 151 the British invasion of India did not happen and there was no colonialism, hence no industrialization. In this world India is a country fully human resourceful, culturally rich because of home grown crafts, hence brands are more craft oriented.
Helping the crafts of village covered in the highways to collaborate with all the brand and set up markets across the Golden quadrilateral (running mainly from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai to Kolkata) help promoting Indian handicraft internationally and nationally.
What if …
colonialism and industrialization did not happen, and India became a craft and human resource based economy?
depletion of craft textiles of India due to industrialization
silk route – using trade routes to promote handicraft
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