THE INDIAN HERITAGE IN TRINIDAD & TOBAGO AND THE CARIBBEAN
--PROTECTION OF TRADITIONAL
is the theme of a magazine commemorating
Indian Heritage Month and marking the arrival of Indians from India to Trinidad during
--FROM THE TABLE OF CONTENTS
- The oral tradition of Indians in
- What is Traditional Knowledge?
- India Came to the Caribbean
- Indian Arrival Day- A Journey to
- Crossing the kala paani [dark waters]
to the Caribbean
- Indians and Africans came on the
- Want to trace your roots to India?
- Will Indian Arrival Day ever be
a holiday in Guyana?
- Similarities between Indians in
Trinidad and Fiji
- Celebrating 50 years of Maha Sabha
- The failure of Indian leadership
in the Caribbean
- Early Indians in law
- The Hosay massacre in Trinidad
- Creating a catalogue of Indo-Caribbean
- Indo-Trinidadian Contribution to
- Sundar Popo a true true Trinidadian
- In the defence of daal [spilt peas]
- 'Becoming More Indian'
- Indian Woman
- In Honour of East Indian Arrival
- Indian culture in architecture
June 2002. 11 x 8 P inches. Glossy paper.
58 pages with advertisements and
articles. US$8 (handling and foreign postage). Checks or money order payable to Indo-Caribbean
Contact : Indo-Caribbean Cultural Council (ICC)
Swami Avenue, Don Miguel Rd.,
San Juan, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies
Tel: (868) 675-7707 Tel/fax: (868) 674-6008 email@example.com
|Descendants of immigrants from India
now comprise about half of the population of the multi-ethnic Republic of Trinidad
HOW THE BRITISH TRIED
to exterminate the languages
and cultures of India.
de culture indienne
on East Indian culture
in the Caribbean.
of Trinidad & Tobago
by Merle Hodge, novelist, author of 'Crick Crack Monkey'
in Trinidad & Tobago
l'origine lointaine d'une étoffe adulée
'Our problem is not so much
one of rebirth of an Indian culture
as it is one of preserving
what remains of it.
Indian culture is of value to us not because it is Indian, but because it is culture.