India was colonized by Great Britain and the Americas were colonized by various European nations such as Great Britain, France, Portugal, and Spain.
By conquests from several European nations. The European nations had many firearms, and Africa and India did not have that many at all compared to the Europeans. This caused conquests and how India and Africa became part of the British Empire
In 1498,portugual was the first European country which reached to India.
They competed for the three G's; for God, for Gold, and for Glory.
Britain would have had the biggest influence in India.
Original answer - French, English ans Spanish Amended answer - No - the treaty of Tordesillas in 1494 meant that Spain was effectively limited to colonising the Americas. It was therefore Portugal (not Spain) who joined England & France in colonising India.
The nations that europe controlled are india bangladesh and pakistan also some parts of the mihikladan city in china
Trade, influence and a strong competitive position against other imperial nations.
No countries competed for the East India Company; it was British and never for sale. But other countries traded - sometimes through 'East Indies' companies of their own - with India and competed with the East India Company, such as the French, the Portuguese and the Dutch.
India was a colony of England and was a member of the British Empire until 1947, when it gained its independence. Today, India is a member of the British Commonwealth of Nations.
Religious conflicts may have a strong influence on political events
He did not influence India directly.
Seventy-one (71) countries and dependencies competed in the 2010 Commonwealth Games
215 athletes from India competed at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.