1. Due to industrialization in Britain, their export market collapsed.2. As British traders started exporting machine-made clothes to India so their local market shrank.3. As raw cotton was being exported to England, there was a shortage of raw materials.4. When the American Civil War broke out, and the cotton supplies from United States were cut off, Britain turned to India. As raw cotton exports from India increased, the prices of raw cotton shot up. Weavers in India were starved of supplies and forced to buy raw cotton at higher prices.