Identifying the trades is a matter of guesswork, because I have been unable to find a definitive list.
Ghandi was campaigning against the cotton trade at the time, pointing out that cotton grown and picked in India would be shipped to Britain for spinning and weaving, to be shipped back to India for sale to the rich. Almost all of the wages and profit was made and spent in Britain.
|Indian cotton pickers|
Below, a joiner and his mate trim a panel with a plane.
The image below would be instantly nixed by the PR department these days. It shows trappers skinning a bear they have just shot, probably in Canada.