8th & 9th February 2020


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India Property Expo in Kenya

Scope Of India Property Expo in Nairobi

Trade links between India and East Africa go back several centuries, but recent migration from India took place in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

The Indian population in Kenya is over 100,000 and are mostly concentrated in urban areas like Nairobi and Mombassa, Signs of Indian life are dispersed throughout Kenya and the feel of Indian presence is in every pore of the country.

The community is well established in trade, industry and other professions. Many Indian professionals also work with MNCs and Indian companies in Kenya. Several Kenyans of Indian origin are distinguished lawyers, judges, doctors and academicians.

Economically, Indians are the largest employers in the private sector, Many key businesses in Kenya are owned by the Indian-Kenyans. These include a wide range of areas covering all sectors: manufacturing, agriculture & food processing including fisheries, transportation and infrastructure development as well as banking and finance. Indian Diaspora-owned firms also figure prominently in the Kenyan hotel and tourism sectors. Three persons of Indian origin from Kenya have been awarded the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman: Mr. Manilal Premchand Chandaria, Mr. Pheroze Nowrojee and Dr. FRS De Souza.

Also, there are a many Associations representing different communities among the Indian Diaspora as well as several places of worship, schools, etc. Nairobi boasts of six Swaminarayan temples and the Ramgarhia Sikh community of Kenya runs several gurudwaras.

Indian religious groups, such as the Hindu Council of Kenya, are active in social development projects too. Indian-Kenyan are often centered around Hindu temples, Sikh gurudwaras and Muslim mosques. There are two Asian FM radio channels broadcasting from Nairobi and other cities as well as one weekly newspaper.

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