Indian Jews cling to their roots

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Kosher curry that’s more faith than fusion: the rich tradition of Indian Jewish food – Jeremy Story Carter & Cathy Pryor – ABC/Blueprint for Living 21.03.17
Esther and Ken Daniels met on a kibbutz and preserve ancient Indian Jewish traditions in their suburban Melbourne home.

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Here are 5 things you may not know about India’s Jewish community – Moses Raymond – India Times 14.03.17
Ever seen a tiny plant in a crevice of your building wall, alone and petite but valiantly trying to cling to its roots? The Jewish community in India resembles this plant in many ways and has been successful in retaining its identity and culture in this vastness that India is.

DNA study: Jews reached India 1500 years ago January 23, 2016

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