How did the British manufacturers attempt to take over the Indian market with the help of advertisements? Explain with three examples.
Ans. The British manufacturers attempted to take over Indian market by using advertisement for their produces. They tried to persuade the customers and buyers by using such advertisements, which would appeal to the Indians as making the products appear desirable and necessary.
The following examples explain the same (i) The Woodward’s gripe water bottle for babies was advertised with an image of the baby Krishna to impress Indian consumers.