Journey of Overseas Indians: Labour to Investors; 2 Volumes
Yadav, Surya Narain (Dr.)
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Book ID : 29471
ISBN-10 : 81-8220-082-2 / 8182200822
ISBN-13 : 978-81-8220-082-1 / 9788182200821
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Edition : (Second Edition)
Language : English
Bib., Index, 25 cm.
CONTENTS:- Vol.1: Part 1: South Asia:- Indians Immigration to South Asia: Historical Survey; Indians Immigration to Sri Lanka: Challenges and Prospects; Position of Indian Minorities in Pakistan; Indians Settlement in Bhutan; Indians Migration to Nepal: Issues and Options; Future of Indians in Afghanistan; Part 2: South-East Asia:- Indian Communities in South-East Asia: An Overview; Indian in Malaysia: A Case of Neglected Minority; Overseas Indians in Indonesia: Cultural and Political Identity; Expulsion of Indians in Burma; Indians Experience in Singapore; Prospects of Indians in Hong-Kong; Indians Migration to the Philippines; Part 3: Caribbean Countries:- Pattern of Indians Migration in the Caribbean Countries; Indians Experience in Trinidad; Indians Condition in Guyana; Status of Indians in Fiji; East Indian in Grenada; Leadership Question of Indians in Jamaica; Indian Community in Surinam: Crises of Ethnic Identity; Vol.2: Part 4: Sub-Saharan Africa:- Indian Community in Mauritius: Conflict and Consensus; Indians Position in Central Africa; A Comparative Study; Indians Migration to South Africa; Patterns of Indian Minorities in Uganda; Indians Settlement in Tanzania; Indian and Zanzibar's Clove Industry; Part 5: American Continents: Trend of Indians Immigration to the American Continents; Indigenist Policy in Latin America: Emerging Challenges; Inter-Ethnic Relations in the Selva of Peru; Colonisation of the Selva Communities of Ecuador; Integration of the Indians of Bolivia; Indian Community in Non-Andean Bolivia; Indians in Venuzuela; Cultural Massacre of the Colombian Indian Minorities; Indian Liberation Movement in Colombia; Indians Migration to the United States.
The author in the present book (two volumes) has not critically investigated the various social, economic, political and cultural issues associated with the Overseas Indians right from the very beginning of their outside inter-action, but at the same time, he has also explored the numerous possibilities for their new roles in the overall changed socio-economic and political milieu of the twenty first century. Volume one deals with the profiles, position and prospects of Overseas Indians in South Asia, South East-Asia and the Caribbean countries. I am fully confident that this work would be a major contribution to the literature of Indian Diaspora.