Modi garu recent ga ichina press meet lo citizens ki baga gurtundipoyela cheppina vishayam, Be vocal about local. Mari to be vocal about local, We first need to know what are the most common brands we use in our daily lives that we think are Indian, But are actually NOT.
Avunu, Manam school days motham eskoni tirigina mana nostalgic memory ‘Bata shoes’ are not Indian. Bata is headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Chinnpatinunchi pallu deentho ne thomam ra ayya anukuntunnara.. Yas idhi kuda Indian kadhu. It is owned and manufactured by Colgate-Palmolive, which is an American worldwide consumer products company.
3. Hindustan Unilever
Cute ga name lo ne Hindustan ani pettukunnaru ga. Naice amma. But no, the company is actually a subsidiary of Unilever, a British-Dutch conglomerate.
‘NOOO.. Enno exams raasa ee pen tho school days lo‘ anukuntunnara! Milton Reynolds ane pedha manishi US lo first time 1945 lo first ever ball point pen ni introduce chesaru.
5. Boost & Horlicks
Chinnapatinunchi TV lo Sachin, Dhoni, Kolhi.. mana idols andaru ochi chepparu, ‘Boost is the secret of my energy‘ ani. But Boost is actually a product of GSK, GlaxoSmithKline, a British multinational pharmaceutical company headquartered in London. Tarwata HUL acquired the brand Boost from Gsk.
‘Bunty nee sabbu slow ah enti‘ ani ah buddodni mast ekkirincham. Ippudu emo sanitizer lenidhe undalekapotunnam. Lifebouy is owned by Unilever.
‘Avvaaaak ayyara!‘ Yes, Ippude ayyam. Idhi kuda same Procter & Gamble ane company ne introduce chesindi.
Ah rates chusinappude doubt ravalsindi. I did a mistake. Kinley is owned by The Coca-Cola company. Ante.. Yes, Coca-Cola kuda Indian kadhu.
Gunde pagilipoinda? ‘Emaina maanestam Modiji ee Maggi okkate vadileyandi please‘ anali anpistundaa.. Yes, Maggi is owned by Nestle, A Swiss multinational food and drink processing conglomerate corporation.
Ivi just most common ga mana daily life lo use chese 9 matrame andoi. Inka chaaaaala brands ni manam Indian ane blind ga fix aipoyi untam. Made in India, Support Indian products ni follow avvali ante, First step is to identify and understand which products are actually Indian and which are not ani. Hope this helps.
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