Indians, as a result of their past status of British subjects, had been a peculiar part of world imperialism. They had served in its army, labored on its plantations, and settled in its other colonies around the globe. Today we trace their footprints to East Africa, where there is a substantial Indian population till this day. This essay investigates their identity, self-perception, and status in the eyes of others, and divides their history into four stages for the sake of clarity.

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