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A very interesting book which gives an insight into the lives of Anglo Indians living through many changes. The book is a celebration of their adaptability and is /5(4). The Anglo-Indians book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. S. Muthiah traces the origins and growth of four generations of Anglo-In /5(4). "Anglo-Indian", as the name suggests, is the title given to a very small group of Indians who intermarried with the British while they were in India. The cuisine, as a result of this, is a blend of British and Indian. This book also gives you a peek into the culture by: 2. A good collection of recipes and I hope Bridget releases more of her books on Amazon soon, as she's written lots. This book also explains what Anglo-Indians are to outsiders, who don't understand anything to do with colonialism. The amount of times I had trouble telling people my ethnicity nearly gave me a headache/5(4).
The primary purpose of the book was to rekindle interest in a fascinating community among non- Anglo-Indians and re-awaken a sense of pride within the community. I chose to write largely about contemporary Anglo-Indians, although it was necessary to touch upon historical perspectives to correctly portray the community. The author is Anglo-Indian, born and brought up in India, is now settled in the United Kingdom. His passion for cooking and positive feedback from readers of his earlier book “Anglo-Indian Cookery – A selection of well-known dishes” has encouraged him to compile his second book “Treasure Chest of Anglo-Indian Food”. The book looks at how Anglo-Indians perceived their situation when India got independence from Britain. The term Anglo-Indian refers to people with mixed Indian and British ancestry. It can also refer to people of British descent born or living in the Indian subcontinent. Anglo-Indians may also be called Eurasians/5. "The Anglo-Indians, left in a twilight zone of uncertainty, felt a bitter sense of betrayal," explains Margaret Deefholts, author of two books on Anglo-Indians. "And dismay at the fact that Britain.
The tenth anniversary edition of Anglo-Indian Food and Customs captures the spirit and food of a culture unlike any other in the world. In this expanded version, Brown includes a comprehensive. Reginald Maher's 'These Are the Anglo Indians' is the second book in the Anglo Indian Heritage series. The author tells the little known story of Anglo Indian history. How this small community adapted, in the face of difficulties and survived and helped shape the destiny of the British in India. The author is Anglo-Indian, born and brought up in India, is now settled in the United Kingdom. His passion for cooking and positive feedback from readers of his earlier book "Anglo-Indian Cookery – A selection of well-known dishes" has encouraged him to compile his second book "Treasure Chest of Anglo-Indian Food". When India achieved independence in , the Anglo-Indian population was about , After independence, however, the social status of Anglo-Indians declined sharply, and, as a result, many families migrated abroad, especially to the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Canada, Australia, and the United e the group is geographically, socially, and politically fragmented, estimates of.