10 Brands That Sound Foreign But Are Actually Indian

Hello Readers! Welcome back to Humor Nation. You’ll be shocked to know that the brands like Peter England, Allen Solly, etc. from where you’ve been shopping for a long time thinking of them to be foreign brands was a myth. They are originally Indian brands, so let’s know more about such brands in brief.

So let’s quickly take a look on 10 brands that sound international to you but are actually Indian brands

1. Allen Solly

10 Brands That Sound International But Are Actually Indian

Allen Solly is a very popular brand all over the country, people think it’s an international brand because of its name. In reality, it’s a subsidiary of the Aditya Birla Group and is licensed under Madura Garments.

2. Da Milano

Da Milano may not sound like an Indian brand, but it is a complete Indian brand. Despite sounding like an Italian brand and ” ITALIA” written under its name, they provide high-end leather accessories and home furnishings in India and abroad.

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3. Flying Machine

Flying Machine is India’s first homegrown denim brand which was launched in the year 1980 by Arvind Lifestyle Brand Ltd.

4. La Opala

La Opala provides high-end tableware and is one of the leading crockery brands in India. It may sound like a French name, but it is a complete Indian brand and its headquarter is in Kolkata.

5. Lakme

Lakme is one of the leading Indian cosmetic brands which is owned by Hindustan Unilever. It actually started as a 100% subsidiary of Tata Oil Mills and got its name from the French opera Lakme.

1 COMMENT

  1. Lakme is owned by HUL, which is owned by Unilever, a British company. Please atleast do your research before writing an article.

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