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a person of English citizenship born or living in India

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Those who do represent Anglo-Indians, such as John Masters and Manohar Malgonkar, tend to push their characters into a binary choice, an either/or situation in which the subject has to identify either with the Anglo side of the divide or with the Indian side.
Surrounded by orchards and slender sal trees, McCluskieganj was founded by Timothy McCluskie in the 1930s as a settlement for Anglo-Indians, who were shunned equally by the Indians and the British.
He then uncovered six generations of McGowans who were all Anglo-Indians, born and bred in India.
18) The sisters remember their grandmother being concerned that if they became too tan, the brown-eyed girls might be mistaken for Anglo-Indians.
Kaye's militaristic narratives of Empire and imperial heroes--morally and religiously pure men who are carefully and deliberately defined apart from those Indians and Anglo-Indians who inevitably fell short of his ideal.
While Music of the Raj is essentially a historical study, it is also an example of historical ethoomusicology in t hat it emphasizes the relationship of cultural and social patterns of Anglo-Indians to the musical practices they maintained.
But it occasionally begs the viewers' indulgence in its contrivances, while offering insights into the relatively unknown and rapidly disappearing world of the Anglo-Indians in India.
What makes this so doubly disappointing is that Alexandra Viets' story set in 1954 Kerala has rich potential for the exploration of cultural identity and the specific problems facing Anglo-Indians after, to quote a character, "Mr Gandhi has been and gone".
The colonial days of the British Raj are fading fast in the new India, but for a group of elderly Anglo-Indians there will always be one corner of Calcutta that will remain forever British.
Although at the outset the association served principally British troops, Anglo-Indians, and the Indian urban elite, it led the process of indigenization when K.
The script deals with the sticky social issue of Anglo-Indians in the post-colonial India of the 1950s, who find themselves stuck between two cultures.
What makes this play unusual for a British audience is the characters are mainly Anglo-Indians, a social class created by Western colonial ambition several centuries ago.
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