The Exodus

The Exodus

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People from India were migrating to other countries for several centuries now. Coolie in Indian language means porter, sombody employed to do chores. The coolie man migration is perpetual, the exodus of people.
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People from India were migrating to other countries for several centuries now. Coolie in Indian language means porter, sombody employed to do chores. The coolie man migration is perpetual, the exodus of people.

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Submitted: April 13, 2013

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The Exodus

Subba Rao

 

Indian sugarcane laborers brought to the Caribbean

Indian farm labor went to Africa and Southeast Asia

Chinese laborers brought to America to work on railroads

Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese and Philippino farm worker brought to Hawaii

Indians working at call centers worldwide

Indians students brought to work in graduate programs in America

Indian workers in healthcare and leisure industry in America

Indian IT workers brought to America

It is all coolie man migration

Movement of the people

The exodus


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