Type of publication: Research Article
diaspora, Indians, Tanzania, everyday life, traditional culture
The article presents the outcome of five field trips to Tanzania undertaken in 2010–2012 in order to conduct anthropological research among the Indian diaspora members. The Indian diaspora is a closed and self-sustaining yet not internally homogeneous system. The immigrants from India identify them-selves as an independent community neighboring with the local African populations. The research results testify to the continued preservation and maintenance of traditional culture among the Indian diaspora members.
This research was supported by the following institutions and grants:
Russian Foundation for Humanities, grant 12-01-00032а
Dronova, D.A. 2014. Indians of Dar es Salaam. Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 5: 175-185
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