When we stop from our busy life and start remembering our childhood days, what comes to our mind? a lot of Memories? We recall things that we used to have but we don’t have now almost things have changed a lot in a very short time only. then.
We’ve grown up with some brands, products, dishes and many other things all these years such that it all seems like these all are desi brand but guess what? They are not.
Here are some of them Which are not desi brand.
1. Bata Shoes
It sounds like your staple Indian footwear, but Bata Shoes is actually a family-owned global footwear and fashion accessory brand. Their headquarters are located in Lausanne, Switzerland. The Bata Shoe Company was founded in 1894 in Zlín, Moravia by Tomáš Baťa, his brother Antonín and his sister Anna, whose family had been cobblers for generations.
2. Indian Motorcycles
These bikes are actually an American brand originally called Hendee Manufacturing Company but which was renamed to the Indian Motorcycle Manufacturing Company in 1928. They actually opened their first showroom in India only in 2014.
3. Hindustan Unilever Ltd.
This company is owned by Anglo-Dutch company Unilever, a company that has faced its fair share of controversy in our country. Unilever actually owns a 67% controlling share in Hindustan Unilever as of March 2015 and are their holding company.
This go-to toothpaste falls under Colgate-Palmolive. They are an American multinational consumer products company focused on the production and distribution of household, healthcare and personal products, such as soaps, detergents, and oral hygiene products.
5. Tatra Trucks
Tatra Trucks, the vehicles seen commonly being used by the Indian Army, are actually a vehicle manufacturing company in Kopřivnice, Czech Republic. The company was founded in 1850 and is named after the Tatra Mountains. Most Tatra trucks for sale in India are manufactured in collaboration with Bharat Earth Movers Limited.