Alternative History
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This company was a trading center in India created by the British. Introduction of India to the British began with this story.

La Gotas Albenegol's Discovery of India[]

Gotas was an Spanish merchant that explored America and Africa 5 years ago. (see La Gotas Albenegol Explorations) He sent to promise to find land for the English. Soon, as the dominated a great empire (along with Ireland and Scotland), Queen Victoria, the longest ruler in the world, wanted to rule more territory.(7-115) Victoria was proud of Gatos and ordered him to find land in India.

After a month from a port in Somalia, Gotas discovered India. Victoria made a trade route and established a company known as the East India Trading Co. Sultans made successful trade routes and goods from India flown into London, making the empire more wealthy. Some princes, however, disprove it. Sometimes, many of them were on war with them.

Trading in India[]

India had many things unlike England. Many luxuries items, like ivory, vases, special flowers, silver, mosaics, silks, fur, perfumes, rum, gold, furniture, cast-iron products, decorative boxes, cotton, pearls, cosmetics, carpets, dyes, trays, glass products, small bottles, necklaces, coral, asbestos, foods, swift large horses, Samian ware (ware from Rome, starting to make them), fabulous and wealthy jewelery, rich dining utensils, musical instruments, elephants, slaves, medicine herbs, Indian china, ornaments, decorating supplies, spices, precious and colored stones, and other luxuries items fled from India to London's and its empire's markets.

The British Take Over[]

When emperor Mughal V died, Victoria, queen of England, became empress of India. Under her, she united India to her empire, as well as Southeast Asia, Tibet, Central Asia, little parts of Russia, Southern Asia, and the Middle East. Influences from the British help advance India.

Liberation of India[]

At first, the British gave rights to the Indians, but after Victoria died, Emperor George VIII is crowned. He was unpopular and banned Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam. Other laws spoiled the India's traditions. Soon, Indian general Namin, led the Indians to a revolt that the British were forced to abandon India back to them and win their freedom. Indian soldiers used guns and horses- modern military, and cannons. Namin led millions of Indians into the revolt. British settlers were massacred, and the British-Indian Revolution began. For ten years, the Indians went to war, chasing the British out of India, and complained of King George VIII. Finally, Namin overthrew George and finally, the British gave them independence.

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