“Despite global slowdown, the India story remains strong”
“We want our bonds with Overseas Indians to strengthen”
“The diaspora feels they have someone to look after them”
A 178 page book that looks at the Gadar movement that started out in 1913, exactly 100 years ago. Gadar means mutiny, or revolution. In 1913 when the Gadar Party was formed in Oregon, it was intended as an armed struggle to overthrow the British who were ruling India. Through their mouthpiece, the Gadar newspaper, the Gadarites made their intentions clear. The British was their enemy and their goal was a United States of India.
A 208 page, glossy, all-colour, impactful coffee table format book on the Global Indian Diaspora that takes a look at key issues concerning overseas Indians through the eyes of the GOPIO (Global Organization of People of Indian Origin) and its top officers, life members and chapters. Also a summary of the Little India-s across the world, political stalwarts and Nobel winners of Indian origin.
Located in the south-western Indian Ocean, just 150 km away from Mauritius, this Overseas Department of France is a spectacular volcanic island with about 800,000 people, a third of whom are of Indian origin. The Indian origin people live like Europeans, think like Europeans, but have this deep desire to connect with India, the land of their ancestors. This 48-page magazine throws light on this lesser known place on the planet.