Portrait of Elihu Yale by Enoch Seeman the Younger, 1717 (Source: Wikipedia)
Yale, the Ivy League university, might not have existed if it wasn't for India.
He-Man during the transformation sequence in the intro to He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. (Source: Wikia)
What links He-man, the Chinese silk trade, Tamil, and the perfume industry?
Cover of the novel, Monkey, by Arthur Waley (Source: Wikipedia)
Did you know that one of China's greatest epics is all about getting to India?
The dickey of a 1955 Hudson Rambler (Source: Wikipedia)
What the hell is a 'dickey' anyway?
Rabindranath Tagore (1909) (Source: Wikipedia)
What drove the Tagore family to support the Brahmo Samaj?
Adolf Hitler (1933) (Source: Wikipedia)
Which movie, set in India, was Hitler's favourite?

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Beer and the Butcher

Reginald Dyer, the Butcher of Amritsar, of Jallianwala Bagh infamy, was the youngest son of one Edward Dyer, the man often credited with establishing India's first successful brewery at Kasauli in Himachal Pradesh. It would eventually become Mohan Meakin Breweries.