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Indians in Portugal

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Indians in Portugal, including recent immigrants and people who trace their ancestry back to India, together number around 70,0001 They are concentrated in Lisbon and Porto They are also found in the Algarve, Coimbra, Guarda and Leiria They consist of Goans, Gujaratis, people from Daman and Diu, and most recently Punjabis

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Notable people
  • 3 See also
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Historyedit

See also: Chinese people in Portugal, Chinese Brazilians, Indian immigration to Brazil, and Slavery in Portugal

In sixteenth century southern Portugal there were Chinese slaves but the number of them was described as "negligible", being outnumbered by East Indian, Mourisco, and African slaves2 Amerindians, Chinese, Malays, and Indians were slaves in Portugal but in far fewer number than Turks, Berbers, and Arabs3 China and Malacca were origins of slaves delivered to Portugal by Portuguese viceroys4

A Portuguese woman, Dona Ana de Ataíde owned an Indian man named António as a slave in Évora5 He served as a cook for her6 Ana de Ataíde's Indian slave escaped from her in 15877 A large number of slaves were forcibly brought there since the commercial, artisinal, services sectors all flourshed in a regional capital like Évora8 Rigorous and demanding tasks were assigned to Mourisco, Chinese, and Indian slaves9 Chinese, Mouriscos, and Indians were among the ethnicities of prized slaves and were much more expensive compared to blacks, so high class individuals owned these ethnicities10

A fugitive Indian slave from Evora named António went to Badajoz after leaving his master in 154511 António was among the three most common male names given to male slaves in Evora12

Antão Azedo took an Indian slave named Heitor to Evora, who along with another slave was from Bengal were among the 34 Indian slaves in total who were owned by Tristão Homem, a nobleman in 1544 in Evora Manuel Gomes previously owned a slave who escaped in 1558 at age 18 and he was said to be from the "land of Prester John of the Indias" named Diogo13

In Evora, men were owned and used as slaves by female establishments like convents for nuns A capelão do rei, father João Pinto left an Indian man in Porto where he was picked up in 1546 by the Evora-based Santa Marta convent's nuns to serve as their slave However female slaves did not serve in male establishments, unlike vice versa14

Japanese Christian Daimyos mainly responsible for selling to the Portuguese their fellow Japanese Japanese women and Japanese men, Javanese, Chinese, and Indians were all sold as slaves in Portugal15

Traits such as high intelligence were ascribed to Indians, Chinese, and Japanese slaves161718

Notable peopleedit

  • Sunil Chhetri - Nepali-Indian footballer who previously played for Sporting Clube de Portugal B

See alsoedit

  • Hinduism in Portugal

Referencesedit

  1. ^ "11" Report of the High Level Committee on the Indian Diaspora PDF Government of India 2008-08-18 p 140 Retrieved 2010-03-17 
  2. ^ Peter C Mancall, ed 2007 The Atlantic World and Virginia, 1550–1624 illustrated ed UNC Press Books p 228 ISBN 0-8078-3159-X Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  3. ^ Alberto da Costa e Silva 2014 "25 Escravo ugual a negro" A manilha e o libambo: A África e a escravidão, de 1500 a 1700 2 ed Nova Fronteira ISBN 852093949X Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  4. ^ Hugh Thomas 1997 The Slave Trade: The Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade: 1440 - 1870 illustrated, reprint ed Simon and Schuster p 119 ISBN 0684835657 Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  5. ^ Jorge Fonseca 1997 Os escravos em Évora no século XVI in Portuguese Volume 2 of Colecção "Novos estudos eborenses" Volume 2 of Novos Estudos e Eborenses Câmara Municipal de Évora p 21 ISBN 9729696535 Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  6. ^ Maria Antónia Pires de Almeida 2002 Andrade Martins Conceição , Nuno Gonçalo Monteiro, eds A Agricultura: Dicionário das Ocupações, Nuno Luís Madureira coord, História do Trabalho e das Ocupações PDF in Portuguese III Oeiras: Celta Editora p 162 ISBN 972-774-133-9 Retrieved 2014-02-02 CS1 maint: Uses editors parameter link
  7. ^ Jorge Fonseca 1997 Os escravos em Évora no século XVI in Portuguese Volume 2 of Colecção "Novos estudos eborenses" Volume 2 of Novos Estudos e Eborenses Câmara Municipal de Évora p 31 ISBN 9729696535 Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  8. ^ Jorge Fonseca 1997 Os escravos em Évora no século XVI in Portuguese Volume 2 of Colecção "Novos estudos eborenses" Volume 2 of Novos Estudos e Eborenses Câmara Municipal de Évora p 31 ISBN 9729696535 Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  9. ^ Jorge Fonseca 1997 Os escravos em Évora no século XVI in Portuguese Volume 2 of Colecção "Novos estudos eborenses" Volume 2 of Novos Estudos e Eborenses Câmara Municipal de Évora p 21 ISBN 972-96965-3-5 Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  10. ^ Jorge Fonseca 1997 Os escravos em Évora no século XVI in Portuguese Volume 2 of Colecção "Novos estudos eborenses" Volume 2 of Novos Estudos e Eborenses Câmara Municipal de Évora p 21 ISBN 972-96965-3-5 Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  11. ^ Jorge Fonseca 1997 Os escravos em Évora no século XVI in Portuguese Volume 2 of Colecção "Novos estudos eborenses" Volume 2 of Novos Estudos e Eborenses Câmara Municipal de Évora p 103 ISBN 9729696535 Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  12. ^ Jorge Fonseca 1997 Os escravos em Évora no século XVI in Portuguese Volume 2 of Colecção "Novos estudos eborenses" Volume 2 of Novos Estudos e Eborenses Câmara Municipal de Évora p 24 ISBN 9729696535 Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  13. ^ Jorge Fonseca 1997 Os escravos em Évora no século XVI in Portuguese Volume 2 of Colecção "Novos estudos eborenses" Volume 2 of Novos Estudos e Eborenses Câmara Municipal de Évora p 21 ISBN 9729696535 Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  14. ^ Jorge Fonseca 1997 Os escravos em Évora no século XVI in Portuguese Volume 2 of Colecção "Novos estudos eborenses" Volume 2 of Novos Estudos e Eborenses Câmara Municipal de Évora p 45 ISBN 9729696535 Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  15. ^ José Yamashiro 1989 Chòque luso no Japão dos séculos XVI e XVII IBRASA p 103 ISBN 85-348-1068-0 Retrieved 14 July 2010 
  16. ^ A C de C M Saunders 1982 A Social History of Black Slaves and Freedmen in Portugal, 1441–1555 Volume 25 of 3: Works, Hakluyt Society Hakluyt Society illustrated ed Cambridge University Press p 168 ISBN 0-521-23150-7 Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  17. ^ Jeanette Pinto 1992 Slavery in Portuguese India, 1510–1842 Himalaya Pub House p 18 Retrieved 2014-02-02 
  18. ^ Charles Ralph Boxer 1968 Fidalgos in the Far East 1550–1770 2, illustrated, reprint ed Oxford UP p 225 Retrieved 2014-02-02 

External linksedit

  • https://webarchiveorg/web/20070218220705/http://wwwindembassy-lisbonorg/uk/ind_personoriginhtml

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