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15 Brands We All Think Are Foreign But Are Actually Indian

We Indians love brands, from clothing to accessories, we want everything to be branded. However, we believe that the best brands are made overseas. But that’s not the case. Most of the time we aren’t aware of the brand we love and use. There are many brands that we love and think that they are made overseas because of their names that sound enigmatically French or Italian. And agree or not, no matter how superior a brand is their Indian names influence them to miss out on a ton of potential clients.

Here, we bring you popular brands that many of us believe are foreign however are very Indian as anyone might imagine. Have a look:

1. Chandon Wine:

Chandon, one of the most loved wine brand, is owned by French pros Moët Hennessy. But the best thing is the wine is created with grapes that developed scarcely a few hundred kilometers outside of Mumbai.

2. East India Company:

Believe it or not, East India Company a top of the line extravagance merchandise supplier that is owned by Bombay-based Sanjiv Mehta.

3. HiDesign:

The producer of Hidesign products is really situated in Pondicherry, India.

4. Allen Solly:

You might get surprised, but Allen Solly is a backup of the Aditya Birla Group and authorized under Madura Garments.

5. CCD:

The brand that made everyone in love with their coffee was actually an Indian based brand.

6. Monte Carlo:

One of the most preferred brands by Indians, that is famous for their sweaters and Italian name. Well, Monte Carlo is really a 100% Indian woolen wear brand from the Ludhiana-based Nahar Group.

7. Franco Leone:

One of the top brands in footwear is based in Delhi. Franco Leone was claimed by 2 Italians before it was purchased by an Indian.

8. La Opala:

The top-notch brand of silverware has a french name but is totally made in India.

9. Peter England:

Peter England is not from England but is from India.

10. Flying Machine:

The cool name of this brand makes us think it is a foreign-based brand but this is made in India. This was India’s first homegrown denim brand which was launched in 1980 by Arvind Lifestyle Brand Ltd.

11. Louis Philippe:

Louis Philippe, the brand which is roused by King Louis Philippe, the King of French (1830) was bought by Madura Fashion and Lifestyle in 1989.

12. And Designs:

And Designs was established by the top designers of the nation, Anita Dongre, Meena Sehra and Mukesh Sawlani, in 1995.

13. American Swan:

American Swan is an Indian based brand claimed by The American Swan Lifestyle Company and its central command is situated in Gurgaon.

14. Royal Enfield:

Once upon a time, this auto-mobile brand was owned by a British cruiser fabricating organization but at present, Royal Enfield is an auxiliary of Eicher Motors Limited, an Indian automaker with industrial facilities in Chennai.

15. Munich Polo:

One of the top brands for kids’ clothing, is just another Indian brand that needed to speak to the Indian outlook.

 

What do you think?

Written by Unnati Madan

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