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The East India Company came to India at the turn of the 16th century, when this Empire was at its peak and relatively tolerant and flourishing, and bided its time before waiting for a fortunate (for them, unfortunate for India) confluence of factors, including the weakening of Delhi and its affluence by raids by the Persian Emperor Nader Shah /5(). The East India Company book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This is the first short history of the East India Company fro /5. The East India Company was an English company formed for the exploitation of trade with East and Southeast Asia and orated by royal charter on Decem , it was started as a monopolistic trading body so that England could participate in the East Indian spice also traded cotton, silk, indigo, saltpeter, and tea and transported slaves. From my opinion and u can purchase this book Through online also!!!
The East India Company – Trade and Conquest from $ Add to cart The East India Company – Book of Coffee $ Add to cart The East India Company – Book of Spices $ Add to cart The East India Company – Book of Tea. The East India Company’s charter began with an original sin—Elizabeth I granted the company a perpetual monopoly on trade with the East Indies. Dalrymple’s book is an excellent example Author: Iain Murray. W hen the British East India Company set sail to explore—and exploit—the riches of the world in the s, it was based out of an unpretentious London house. How it grew from that to toppling. The title of the this book is "The Anarchy - The Relentless Rise of the East India Company." Whilst the rise of the East India Company was certainly relentless its sense of purpose, profit for the shareholders, was hardly anarchic. In fact what it it achieved with relatively few resources was remarkable/5().
The Anarchy: The Relentless Rise of the East India Company by William Dalrymple is published by Bloomsbury (£30). To order a copy go to or call . If history books had click bait, this would be it. As a historical account about the East India Company it is an okay introduction. However, since it has no referencing done, it doesn't give a single account or quotation from actual people involved in the East India Company, and it skips a large chunk of their exploits and concluded on an overtly simplified reason, it's not a fruitful book to /5. A book of beauty' – Gerard DeGroot, The Times In August the East India Company defeated the young Mughal emperor and forced him to establish in his richest provinces a new administration run by English merchants who collected taxes through means of a ruthless private army – what we would now call an act of involuntary privatisation. The East India Company Today. When you hear our name you will probably already have a sense of who we are. Deep within the world’s sub-consciousness is an awareness of The East India Company, powerful pictures of who we are. You’ll feel something for us; you’ll have a .