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Indian New Zealanders or Indo-Kiwis are New Zealanders of Indian origin or descent, living in New Zealand Although the term "Indian" is more of a nationality, rather than ethnicity given the vast racial diversity within the populations of India, it generally denotes people with subcontinental heritage The term includes Indians born in New Zealand including immigrants from India, Indo Fijians, Indians born in Africa such as South African Indians and Indians in East Africa or any New Zealander with both parents of Indian heritage Although sometimes times the Indo-Kiwi definition has been expanded to people with mixed racial parentage with one Indian parent or grandparent, this can be controversial as it generally tends to remove the ethnic heritage or identity of the foreign parent or grandparent which may be termed as insensitive to those with mixed parentage, who tend to value both their Indian and non-Indian parents, grandparents

Most early New Zealand Indians were of Punjabi or Gujarati descent2 Indian New Zealanders are the fastest growing Kiwi ethnic group, and the second largest group of New Zealand Asians3

The largest number of Indians living in New Zealand are from Fiji The fourth largest language in New Zealand is Fiji Hindi, shown in the 2013 census According to ENZorg a New Zealand Government affiliate, since 2011 18,000 Indians have migrated to New Zealand4 In 2011, the Indian population in New Zealand was 155000, so there are 174,000 Indians in New Zealand 2014 due to the additional immigration of 18,0005 For the year ending in May 2015, New Zealand witnessed a record high of 12,100 immigrants from Indiacitation needed

Contents

  • 1 Demographics
    • 11 Religion
  • 2 Notable individuals
    • 21 Business
    • 22 Entertainment
    • 23 Media
    • 24 Politics
    • 25 Sport
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

Demographicsedit

Over two-thirds 685 percent of Indian New Zealanders live in the Auckland Region, with 252 percent living elsewhere in the North Island and 63 percent in the South Island 933 percent live in a main urban area ie population 30,000 or more6

According to the 2013 census, 266 percent of Indian New Zealanders were born in New Zealand, the majority of whom were aged under 15 Of those born overseas, 556 percent were born in India, 676 percent had been living in New Zealand for at least five years, and 129 percent had been living in New Zealand for at least 20 years6

At the 2013 census, 720 percent of Indian New Zealanders aged 15 and over were in the labour force, of which 83 percent were unemployed The large employment industries of Indians were retail trade 163 percent, health care and social assistance 117 percent, and accommodation and food services 97 percent6

Religionedit

Religion6  % of Indian population in New Zealand
Hinduism 536%
Sikhism 125%
Islam 108%
No religion 60%
Object to answering 16%

Notable individualsedit

Businessedit

  • Sir Owen Glenn, businessman and philanthropist

Entertainmentedit

  • Aaradhna Patel, R&B artist
  • Jacob Rajan, playwright and actor, whose most notable work is Krishnan's Dairy
  • Madeleine Sami, New Zealand actor of Irish and Fiji Indian heritage, best known for her role as 'Tania' in Sione's Wedding
  • Shailesh Prajapati New Zealand actor,best known for his role as "Ernie"in Power Rangers MegaForce

Mediaedit

  • Rebecca Singh, news presenter on the New Zealand television station, TV3
  • Vanita Prasad, Chief reporter, Western Leader
  • Rohit Kumar Happy, Editor, Bharat-Darshan, Hindi literary magazine

Politicsedit

  • Kanwal Bakshi, Member of Parliament since 2008
  • Mahesh Bindra, NZ First List MP since 2014
  • Ashraf Choudhary, former Member of Parliament from 2002-2011
  • Rajen Prasad, former Race Relations Commissioner and Families Commissioner, and Member of Parliament since 2008
  • Anand Satyanand, former Governor-General of New Zealand, appointed on 23 August 2006
  • Ajit Swaran Singh, District Judge
  • Sukhinder Sukhi Turner, Mayor of Dunedin, New Zealand, from 1995 to 2004

Sportedit

  • Dipak Narshibhai Patel, cricket player who has played 37 Tests and 75 one-day internationals for New Zealand
  • Jeetan Patel, former spin bowler for the New Zealand cricket team, the Black Caps
  • Ish Sodhi, current spin bowling all-rounder for the Black Caps Test match team
  • Roy Krishna, Fijian football player currently playing for, Wellington Phoenix FC as a striker in the A- league

Referencesedit

  1. ^ 1, Stats NZ
  2. ^ "Indians in New Zealand - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa" 
  3. ^ "Indians in New Zealand form fastest growing ethnic group" 
  4. ^ http://wwwenzorg/migrantshtml
  5. ^ http://wwwenzorg/migrantshtml
  6. ^ a b c d "2013 Census ethnic group profiles: Indian" Statistics New Zealand Retrieved 21 June 2016 

External linksedit

  • Te Ara, the encyclopedia of New Zealand
  • Indians in New Zealand
  • Indian population growth in New Zealand
  • New Zealand Indian Central Association
  • Indian Weekender Newspaper for Kiwi Indians
  • List of Indian groups, organizations and associations in New Zealand
  • The Indian Diaspora in New Zealand, A bibliography of known published sources
  • NRI Online News snippets and articles related to New Zealand NRIs
  • Indian philosophy and Hindi literary magazine

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