The United Kingdom and India share a robust relationship marked by a shared history, social and cultural exchange, a common language, and love for cricket. For close to four centuries, the two countries have exchanged people and ideas, participating in a trade that gave life to the shipping lanes of the Indian Ocean, enabling, not only the handicrafts of the subcontinent reach people across the world, but also the Industrial Revolution of the 18th century. The relationship between the two countries has been instrumental in shaping modern international politics and in the emergence of defining global movements.

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