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Contribution of the Indian Community through Trade, Migration & Culture

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Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

2 Titanic Boulevard

Titanic Quarter

Belfast

BT3 9HQ

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The contribution of the Indian Community through Trade, Migration and Cultural rites of passage will be held on Wednesday 28th February, 1pm – 2pm. Nisha Tandon, OBE, Executive Director of ArtsEkta will talk about the three year Sanskriti project and exhibition.

The contribution of the Indian community in Northern Ireland through trade, migration and cultural rites of passage is something which the Indian community is proud of. This has given Indian people living in Northern Ireland a greater sense of their rich heritage, and of belonging, making Northern Ireland a better place to live, work and visit. Having explored and developed our shared history, the Indian community now has a greater sense of awareness of the proud contribution they have made in Northern Ireland. Through heritage-based activities, attitudes have changed and this has promoted community cohesion and a greater awareness and understanding of the Indian community in any area of Northern Ireland they are currently living, or have lived.

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