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Sikhs in Southeast Asia: Negotiating an Identity

 
SYNOPSIS
Sikhs arrived and settled in Southeast Asia during the arrival of Western colonial powers in the region. They came primarily as auxiliaries of the British and many took the opportunity to travel into and explore the region. As prospects for prosperity became clear to the early Sikh migrants they brought their families and encouraged relatives and friends to migrate to Southeast Asia. Sikhs in Southeast Asia are currently into their fifth generation; they settled into Southeast Asia much earlier than the Sikhs settled in Britain, Europe, or America, yet very little remains researched or written about them. This volume attempts to fill the niche and hopefully entice researchers to further explore possibilities of
taking up research in the area of Sikh Studies in Southeast Asia. Historians, sociologists, anthropologists as well as economists have contributed to this volume, each attempting to highlight their fragment of understanding of Sikh communities in Southeast Asia spanning from the colonial to the contemporary era.

BOOK DETAIL
Title: Sikhs in Southeast Asia: Negotiating an Identity
Author/Editor: Arunajeet Kaur
New Pb 321 pp.
Subjects: Singapore, Southeast Asia
Condition: Good
ISBN: 9789814279642
Publisher: ISEAS
Published: 2011
Probably First Edition

Price: RM100.00*

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1. Pls SMS 017-2002944 (Type <Sikhs in Southeast Asia: Negotiating an Identity>)
2. After confirmation from the administrator, pay the amount to maybank2u.com or Maybank Kawanku to account Faisal bin Mustaffa (MBB 114179439605)



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