Why Did the Industrial Production in India Increase During the First World War? Give Any Three Reasons.

The three reasons for the increase of the industrial production in India during the First World War were:

  1. Indian mills regained the domestic market as the British mills were busy with the war needs production.
  2. The Manchester imports declined in India.
  3. Due to the prolonged war Indian factories got an opportunity to produce for the war needs, many new factories were set up, the old factories ran multiple shifts, demands for workers increased.

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