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Indians in Brunei

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Indians in Brunei consist of expatriate professionals and permanent settlers from India to Brunei According to the Government of India, there are 10,000 Indians living and working in the country2

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Employment
  • 3 Ethnicity and Religion
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Historyedit

Indians in Brunei have had a notable presence in the country since the colonial days, however there are records from the Europeans who visited the region that there were people from the Indian Subcontinent already living there prior to European colonisation3 According to United Nations statistics, the Indian population was counted in the Brunei census since the year of 1947 In 1971, Indians made up 16% of the population4

Employmentedit

The number of Indian nationals working in Brunei had increased since 20095 There are many Indian doctors and engineers working in Brunei and there are others working in the education sector, both at school and university or college level as professors and teachers as well as research personnel

Other areas where Indians are employed include IT, oil and gas and mercantile6

Ethnicity and Religionedit

Ethnic Tamils form the majority group of Indians in Brunei The Indian community of Brunei consists of Muslims, Hindus, Christians and Sikhs Islam is the dominant religion amongst the Indian community however Hinduism also forms a significant portion of the belief systems amongst the Indians7 Brunei's 50-year-old Hindu Welfare Board functions as a Hindu religious organisation with approximately 3000 members and there are two small Hindu temples in the country8 The Sikh community consists of 500 people

See alsoedit

  • Malaysian Indian
  • Indian Indonesians
  • Hinduism in Brunei
  • Brunei–India relations

Referencesedit

  1. ^ Indian Diaspora in Brunei
  2. ^ Government, Indi 2012 PDF: 4 http://moiagovin/writereaddata/pdf/NRISPIOS-Data15-06-12newpdf  Missing or empty |title= help
  3. ^ Sandhu, K S; Mani, A 1993-01-01 Indian Communities in Southeast Asia First Reprint 2006 Institute of Southeast Asian Studies ISBN 9789812304186 
  4. ^ "United Nations Statistics Division - Demographic and Social Statistics" unstatsunorg Retrieved 2016-03-27 
  5. ^ "India sees prospects for work in Brunei's education sector", The Brunei Times, 12 October 2011
  6. ^ "Indian community celebrates Tamil New Year", brunei fm!, 21 April 2010
  7. ^ Orr, Tamra 2009-01-01 Brunei Marshall Cavendish ISBN 9780761431213 
  8. ^ "Religious Life and Institutions in Brunei", ISIM Newsletter, 27 September 2010

External linksedit

  • The Indian Association of Belait

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