INDIANS IN THE PHILIPPINES
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INDIANS IN THE PHILIPPINES
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S0321-50750000617-4-1
Publication type
Article
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Authors
Igor' Kotin 
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Pages
61-62
Abstract
Since 1762 Indians are recorded in the Philippines, though linguistics and other sources tell of longer cultural contacts between the territory of present-day Philippines and South Asia. Those ‘Sipays’ who were stationed by the British in manila stayed there even after 1764. Present day Philippines has about 30,000 Indians. They are commonly known as the ‘Bumbai’. Most influential among them are Sikhs and both groups originating from North-Western India.
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Indians, Philippines, Sikhs, Sindhis
Date of publication
01.12.2013
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