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2021, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part B

Labourers to leaders: Emergence of political consciousness in Indian diaspora in Mauritius during colonial period


Author(s): Dr. Amit Kumar Mishra

Abstract:
This paper attempts to trace the genesis of political consciousness and their emergence as a dominant diasporic community within the regime of colonial empire which eventually led the independence of Mauritius and remained the foremost political power since then. This paper argues Indians in Mauritius rearticulated and renegotiated their cultural ethnic differences in order to put a collective front in order to achieve their political ascendency.


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Dr. Amit Kumar Mishra. Labourers to leaders: Emergence of political consciousness in Indian diaspora in Mauritius during colonial period. Int J Hist 2021;3(1):80-83.
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