THE ANGLO-INDIAN DEFINITION

UPCOMING EVENTS



The term Anglo-Indian is defined as per Article 366 (2) of the Indian Constitution; “a person whose father or any of whose other male progenitors in the male line is or was of European descent but who is a native of India.”


OUR PURPOSE

To preserve and perpetuate Anglo-Indian culture.

To provide and promote social, sporting, cultural and recreational activities for members and their guests.

To provide and engage in those activities that offer financial and other welfare assistance to both within and outside Australia.


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History


In 1987/88 there were approximately 12,000 Anglo-Indians living in Western Australia, most of whom lived in the metropolitan area having arrived in this state over the last fifty years.

In 1987 it was felt that there was a strong need for the community to come together .......

Purpose


To preserve and perpetuate Anglo-Indian culture.

To provide and promote social, sporting, cultural and recreational activities for Members and their guests.

To provide and engage in those activities that offer financial and other welfare assistance to both within and outside Australia.

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