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  • Ambitious
2015-03-30T20:27:35+05:30
Because they wanted india to be only an agricultural colony  of british.
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2015-03-31T11:02:13+05:30
The planters paid a very low price for indigo. The ryot was not in a position to even recover his cost, earning a profit was a far-fetched idea. This meant that the ryot was always under debt. Hence, the ryots were reluctant to grow indigo.
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