History. Dutch presence on the Indian subcontinent lasted from 1605 to 1825. Merchants of the Dutch East India Company first established themselves in Dutch Coromandel, notably Pulicat, as they were looking for textiles to exchange with the spices they traded in the East Indies.
Who was the first Dutch to visit India?
The Dutch pioneer in the matter of the discovery of commercial possibilities in India and the east was Huyghen van Linschoten. He was a merchant who travelled extensively within the Portuguese territories and served as secretary of the Portuguese Viceroy in India from 1583 to 1589.
Where did Dutch came first in India?
Rise of the Dutch
The Dutch founded their first factory in Masaulipatam in Andhra Pradesh in 1605. Subsequently they also established trading centres in various parts of India.
When did the first Dutch fleet arrived in India?
Some fleets were lost, but most were successful, with some voyages producing high profits. In March 1599, a fleet of eight ships under Jacob van Neck was the first Dutch fleet to reach the ‘Spice Islands’ of Maluku, the source of pepper, cutting out the Javanese middlemen.
When did French and Dutch come to India?
The first French factory in India was established at Surat in 1668 and later one at Machillipatnam. But they were driven out by the Dutch and the British by 1720. The French settlement in India began in 1673 with the purchase of land at Chandernagore from the Mughal Governor of Bengal.
When did Dutch leave India?
The Dutch presence in India began to decline following its defeat at the hands of the Travancore Kingdom following the battle of Colachel in 1741. By the middle of 1825, the Dutch would lose all their remaining trading posts to the British following the Anglo-Dutch Treaty of 1824.
Who defeated Dutch in India?
In 1741, a battle was fought at Kulachal between the Dutch East India Company and the ruler of Travancore, Anizham Tirunal Martanda Varma (1729 – 1758). In the 1741 battle of Kulachal, the Travancore Prince defeated the Dutch marking the eclipse of the Dutch power in India forcing them to pack off to Batavia (Djkarta).
When did Dutch came to India for UPSC?
Dutch: In 1596 Cornelis, the first Dutch to visit India. Their main intention was trade spices of Island of Ireland. French: French were the last European to visit India. They have always been a rival of British.
What is India called in Dutch?
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|• Indian||→ Indiaanse||↔ Indianerin|
|• Indian||→ Indiaans||↔ indianisch|
|• Indian||→ Indiaan||↔ Amérindien|
When did Danes come to India?
The Danish East India company, created in 1616 under King Christian IV for trade with India and Ceylon, had its eye on the Coromandel Coast in India’s southeast for its pepper and cardamom. Danish ships arrived in Tharangambadi in 1620.
Did the French rule India?
They were de facto incorporated into the Republic of India in 1950 and 1954. The enclaves were Pondichéry, Karikal, Yanaon (Andhra Pradesh) on the Coromandel Coast, Mahé on the Malabar Coast and Chandernagor in Bengal.
|French Settlements in India Établissements français dans l’Inde|
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When did British came to India?
The British first landed in India in Surat for the purpose of trade. Here’s how and why a simple trading company, the British East India Company, became one of the biggest challenges the subcontinent had ever dealt with. The British landed in India in Surat on August 24, 1608.
When did Goa became part of India?
Goa was annexed by India on 19 December 1961. Goa and two other former Portuguese enclaves became the union territory of Goa, Daman and Diu, and Goa was organised into a single district in 1965.
When did Dutch East India Company came to India?
The Dutch East India Company was created in 1602 as “United East India Company” and its first permanent trading post was in Indonesia. In India, they established the first factory in Masulipattanam in 1605, followed by Pulicat in 1610, Surat in 1616, Bimilipatam in 1641 and Chinsura in 1653.
How long did the French rule India?
The time span for the French presence in India is very long: nearly three centuries from 1674 to 1954.