Orang India di Singapura

Orang India di Singapura—didefinisikan sebagai orang berdarah Asia Selatan—meliputi 9% dari seluruh penduduk di negara tersebut, membuat kelompok etnis tersebut menjadi kelompok etnis terbesar di Singapura setelah Tionghoa dan Melayu.

Orang India di Singapura
சிங்கப்பூர் இந்தியர்கள்
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Daerah dengan populasi signifikan
 Singapura
Bahasa
Utamanya Tamil dan Inggris
Agama
Suku bangsa terkait

Partisipasi dalam kehidupan negaraSunting

  • Politik
  • Hukum
  • Diplomasi
  • Pendidikan
  • Layanan Sipil
  • Bisnis

CatatanSunting

ReferensiSunting

  • Brown, Adam (1999). Singapore English in a Nutshell: An Alphabetical Description of its Features. Singapore: Federal Publications. ISBN 981-01-2435-X. 
  • Chew, Ernest C.T.; Lee, Edwin (1991). A History of Singapore. Singapore: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-588565-1. 
  • Hall, D.G.E. (1994). A History of South-East Asia (edisi ke-4th ed.). London: Macmillan Press. 
  • Lal, Brij V.; Reeves (exec. ed.), Peter; Rai, Rajesh (2006). The Encyclopedia of the Indian Diaspora. Singapore: Editions Didier Millet in association with National University of Singapore. ISBN 981-4155-65-9. 
  • Leow, Bee Geok (2001). Census of Population 2000: Demographic Characteristics. Singapore: Singapore Department of Statistics. ISBN 981-04-4448-6. 
  • Leow, Bee Geok (2001). Census of Population 2000: Education, Language and Religion. Singapore: Singapore Department of Statistics. ISBN 981-04-4459-1. 
  • Miksic, John N.; Low, Cheryl-Ann (Mei Gek) (2004). Early Singapore 1300s-1819: Evidence in Maps, Texts and Artefacts. Singapore: Singapore History Museum. 
  • Netto, Leslie (ed.) (2003). Passage of Indians: 1923–2003. Singapore: Singapore Indian Association. ISBN 981-04-8531-X. 
  • Tan, Sylvia (2004). Singapore Heritage Food: Yesterday's recipes for today's cook. Singapore: Landmark Books. 
  • Turnbull, C.M. (Mary) (1989). A History of Singapore, 1819–1988 (edisi ke-2nd ed.). Singapore: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-588943-6. 

Bacaan tambahanSunting

  • Madan, Madhu; Vasudevan, Yamini; Raman, Rita (2004). Dreams to Reality: Singapore Indian Entrepreneurs. Singapore: Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI). 
  • Rai, Raghu; Pillai, Niru K. (1994). Arpanam : A Dedication: Facets of Singapore Indians. Singapore: Produced by Landmark Books for the Organising Committee of a Dinner by the Indian Community. ISBN 981-3002-82-4. 
  • Sandhu, K.S.; Mani, A. (1993). Indian Communities in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) & Times Academic Press. ISBN 981-210-017-2. 
  • Siddique, Sharon; Shotam, Nirmala Puru (1990). Singapore's Little India: Past, Present, and Future (edisi ke-2nd ed.). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. ISBN 9971-902-31-1. 
  • Sinnappah, Arasaratnam (1979). Indians in Malaysia and Singapore (edisi ke-Rev. ed.). Kuala Lumpur; New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-580427-9. 
  • Soundar, Chitra (2003). Gateway to Indian Culture (edisi ke-2nd ed.). Singapore: Asiapac. ISBN 981-229-327-2. 
  • Walker, Anthony R. (ed.) (1994). New Place, Old Ways: Essays on Indian Society and Culture in Modern Singapore. Delhi: Hindustan Pub. Corp. ISBN 81-7075-027-X. 
  • Rerceretnam, Marc J. (2003). Black Europeans, the Indian coolies and empire : colonialisation and christianized Indians in colonial Malaya & Singapore, c. 1870s - c. 1950s, PhD thesis. Sydney: University of Sydney. 

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