Ki Nov?
Commémoration du cent-cinquantenaire de l'arrivée
des premiers travailleurs indiens
2003 en Martinique - 2004 en Guadeloupe
Indian Heritage Magazine 2003
Indo-Caribbean Cultural Council (ICC) is pleased to announce the publication of its latest magazine commemorating Indian Heritage Month (May 2003). The theme of the magazine marking the arrival of Indians from India to Trinidad during Indentureship (1845-1917) is History, Culture and Agriculture.
Descendants of these immigrants now comprise about half the population of multi-ethnic Trinidad and Tobago (1.3 million).

History, Culture and Agriculture - Editorial
By Dr. Kumar Mahabir

Greetings from the Prime Minister
By The Honourable Patrick Manning

Greetings from the Minister of Culture and Tourism
By The Honourable Penelope Beckles

Celebrating our Indian identity
By Vishnu Bissram

Opposition against Indian Indentureship
By Gerard Besson

Animals from India in the Caribbean
By Dr Kumar Mahabir

Researching our ancestral roots
By Ramdath Jagessar

Indian culture and agriculture
By Lena Chandool

Guyana Indian Heritage Month
By Guyana Indian Heritage Association (GHIA)

Indians in Guadeloupe, West Indies.
By Candice Sankersingh

Indians dominated running in the 1930s
By Satnarayan Jaggernauth

An agriculturist by heritage
By the Eastern Caribbean Institute of Agriculture and Forestry (ECIAF)

Indian women pioneered rice cultivation
By Anuradha Joshi

The ancient history of Indians in agriculture
By D.H. Singh

Defining our national identity
By Ravi Dev

The medicinal uses of amrak/bilimbi/cucumber tree
By Dr. Kumar Mahabir

Building bridges to India
By Ramesh Kalicharan

Being Indian Abroad
By Francois Gautier

Medicinal plants used for colds from India
By Cheryl Lans

The Caroni Crisis
By Parsuram Maharaj

Simply Indian [poem]
By Petamber Persaud

The legacy of Caroni canefields
By Sat Maharaj

Indians and heart disease
By Dr. V.S. Rambihar

Indian Arrival Day Celebration 2000 [poem]
By Rajendaye Ramkissoon-Chen,

The All Trinidad Sugar and General Workers Trade Union
By Ashwani Mahabir

The Dhangars who came to the Caribbean
By Professor P. K. Misra

A documentary film on Indentureship
Suresh Pillai

Our immigrant grandmothers
By Shanta Ramjattan-Singh

Writers and playwrights during Indentureship
By Baytoram Ramharack

A vision for Indians in Trinidad
By Dr. Kirk Meighoo

Certificate of exemption from labour [1919 specimen]
By Protector of Immigrants

The Trinidad villages of Debe and Penal
By Sheila Ramdass

The Global Organization of People of Indian Origin [GOPIO]
By Ashook Ramsaran

Curry Flavour by Lela Manoo-Rahming [book review]
By Veronique Bragard

The Indian classical singing competition
By Ajeet Praimsingh

May-June 2003.
11 x 8 ¸ inches. Glossy paper.
ISSN 1683-4143
64 pages with advertisements and articles.

Available through mail service ONLY.
TT$20 (includes handling and local postage),
US$10 (includes handling and foreign postage).
Make check or money order payable to Indo-Caribbean Cultural Council.

Postal address:
Indo-Caribbean Cultural Council (ICC)
Swami Avenue, Don Miguel Road
San Juan, Trinidad and Tobago
West Indies

Tel: (868) 674-6008. Tel/fax: (868) 675-7707

Of related interest is the website on books on (East) Indians in the Caribbean.