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Indians in Portugal

Indians in Portugal
Total population
70,000
Regions with significant populations
Lisbon · Porto
Languages
Portuguese · Konkani · Indian English · Indian Languages
Religion
Christianity (Roman Catholicism) · Hinduism · Sikhism · Islam
Related ethnic groups
Non-resident Indian and Person of Indian Origin, Desi, Anglo-Indians

Indians in Portugal, including recent immigrants and people who trace their ancestry back to India, together number around 70,000.[1] They are concentrated in Lisbon and Porto. They are also found in the Algarve, Coimbra, Guarda and Leiria. They consist of Gujaratis, Goans, people from Daman & Diu, and most recently Punjabis.

See also

www.facebook.com/lisbon.travels


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Indians-in-Portugal/218736891619963

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Punjab-Sports-Club-Portugal/1382696272005362?ref=hl

References

  1. ^ "11". Report of the High Level Committee on the Indian Diaspora. Government of India. 2008-08-18. p. 140. Retrieved 2010-03-17. 

External links

  • http://www.indembassy-lisbon.org/uk/ind_personorigin.html


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