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Mr and Mrs Kooverji

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mr and Mrs LB Patel

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mrs VN Mehta

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mrs V Gandhi

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mrs K Thakkar

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mrs CJT Bhoola

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mrs P Gandhi

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mrs HV Desai

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mrs PG Desai

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mrs UJB Patel

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mrs SN Govind

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mrs JKJ Desai

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mrs S Kapitan

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mrs S Dayaram

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, the Gujarati Mahila Mandal

Mrs TC Mehta

In Natal the women of the Gujarati community united under one banner, The Gujarati Nahila Mandal

The Creation of South African Indian Identity in Natal in Relation to Hinduism

Perhaps one of the most pervasive ways in which Indians or people of Indian descent are identified is in terms of religion.

Negritude or Black Cultural Nationalism
Identity and Belonging in Post-Apartheid South Africa: The Case of Indian South Africans

This paper examines Indian identities in the post-apartheid period, focusing in particular on the vexed issues of identity and belonging.

An ‘Imagined Community’ in Diaspora: Gujaratis in South Africa

Increasing attention is being paid to the heterogeneous identity of Indian South Africans. This article contributes to this literature by highlighting the distinct migratory history of Gujarati South Africans and the importance these histories have in perceptions of community identity.

A wealth of literary prizes: An exhibit of African and diaspora writers

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