Anglo-Indians at the Calcutta Rangers Club in Kolkata in the 1960s. The Christian Anglo-Indian community were known for their love of fun, hospitality, modernity and fusion cuisine. Photo: Anglos In The Wind Anglo-Indians at the Calcutta Rangers Club in Kolkata in the 1960s. The Christian Anglo-Indian community were known for their love of fun, hospitality, modernity and fusion cuisine. Photo: Anglos In The Wind
Anglo-Indians at the Calcutta Rangers Club in Kolkata in the 1960s. The Christian Anglo-Indian community were known for their love of fun, hospitality, modernity and fusion cuisine. Photo: Anglos In The Wind
India

Cliff Richard is one, so is Ben Kingsley: Anglo-Indians were known for fun and fusion food, but their communities are slowly fading

  • A product of intermarriage between Indians and British colonists over the centuries, the Anglo-Indian community long stood out in India
  • Now most are almost indistinguishable from their Indian friends and neighbours, but some are trying to keep their culture and heritage alive

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Anglo-Indians at the Calcutta Rangers Club in Kolkata in the 1960s. The Christian Anglo-Indian community were known for their love of fun, hospitality, modernity and fusion cuisine. Photo: Anglos In The Wind Anglo-Indians at the Calcutta Rangers Club in Kolkata in the 1960s. The Christian Anglo-Indian community were known for their love of fun, hospitality, modernity and fusion cuisine. Photo: Anglos In The Wind
Anglo-Indians at the Calcutta Rangers Club in Kolkata in the 1960s. The Christian Anglo-Indian community were known for their love of fun, hospitality, modernity and fusion cuisine. Photo: Anglos In The Wind
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