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a person of English citizenship born or living in India

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A vestige of India's colonial history, and a sign of the magnanimous spirit with which the country said goodbye to its British former masters, his is one of two seats in the country's parliament still reserved for Anglo-Indians: Indian citizens of European descent.
A few words about the Anglo-Indians. The D'Silyas' and the D'Souzas were of Portuguese-South Indian origin who had moved to Punjab once the British took over in 1849.
Goans, Anglo-Indians, Madrassis, East Indians, Chinese and others also comprise the city's Christian community.
Divisions and tensions are everywhere in the story - between the Indian population and the Anglo-Indians, between the expats who want to bridge the divide and those who see Indians as untrustworthy, and between Muslim and Hindu Indians.
In this paper, I shall be looking at Aparna Sen's film 36 Chowringhee Lane (1981) and Anjan Dutt's Bow Barracks Forever (2007) to read the spaces inhabited by the minority community of Anglo-Indians, within the urban space of Kolkata (Calcutta), the oldest metropolis in India.
Kent approaches these and several other texts as records of the hopes, fears, and complex relations that emerged between British India, Britain, and the local population, alongside the tensions that marked the relationships between Anglo-Indians and colonial administrators.
Their descendants are usually called the Anglo-Indians. At one time, they numbered more than the British in India.
THIS ARTICLE SEEKS TO EXPLAIN HOW FANTASY IS EMPLOYED IN A SHORT story in a metafictional manner to demonstrate the symptoms of unconscious dithering in the minds of a racially and culturally mixed community called the Anglo-Indians. British rule in India gave birth to the Anglo-Indian community, consisting broadly of people who are racially mixed and people of otherwise purely British descent who chose to stay in India even after the end of British rule in the country.
The Globe-trotter is typical of those who come to India and try to impose their ignorantly liberal ideas upon the country: and Kipling's audience would no doubt have thought of the Ilbert Bill at this point, whose attempted introduction four years before had provoked mutinous rage amongst conservative Anglo-Indians and their British sympathizers.
The Anglo-Indians are a different kind of legacy, many now living in wretched conditions, but still with names like Yvonne, Linda and Sylvia.
He then uncovered six generations of McGowans who were all Anglo-Indians, born and bred in India.
As the concern with establishing visual racial boundaries suggests, the social distinctions between Pakistanis, Anglo-Indians and "domiciled Europeans," as the census termed permanent resident Britons, became particularly ambiguous for those of Josephine and Judy's generation.
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.
The years after the 1833 Charter Act saw Anglo-Indians
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