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Changing Patterns of Relationship between Indian and African Communities in East Africa

 
Suraiya Tabassum Rehman (Author)
Synopsis Indian were having trading contact with East African territories even before the arrival of the Britishers as colonialists.  The majority of Indians migrated to east Africa in modern period when Europeans colonized African territory and Indians were called as indentured laborers.  Later on they involved themselves in trade activities.  But in this period Indians’ relationship with Africans was not the same as existed among them before the arrival of Europeans.  Both communities were carrying on trade activities without any differences or prejudice.  Europeans created a hostile environment, which brought differences between them and this relationship continued even after independence of East African territories.  Through this book, an attempt has been made to find out the causes of differences between two communities along with the social, economic and political background of various periods as well as to find out the solutions, which can bring friendly relationship between two communities in the same manner as their ancestors were having before the colonization of east Africa. 
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About the author

Suraiya Tabassum Rehman

Dr. Suraiya Tabassum Rehman graduated from the university of Kanpur and received her masters in Political Science from Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi. In 1995, she obtained Master of Philosophy from the Centre of African Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University and has the honour of completing Doctor of Philosophy in the year 2000 from the same university. Throughout her academic career she had been recipient of many awards and fellowships. In her diverse professional career involving teaching, research as well as advocacy work, she has been associated with a number of academic institutions, research organizations and funding agencies for the past ten years.

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Title Changing Patterns of Relationship between Indian and African Communities in East Africa
Format Hardcover
Date published: 13.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8188684902
length