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In the 17th century, the East India Company decided it was too expensive to ship English women to India for their employees to marry, so they encouraged mixed marriages with native Indian women. Three centuries later, their descendants returned to England. Navdip Dharawal explores the fascinating history of the Anglo-Indian people through the thoughts and experiences of one family living in Britain today.

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In the 17th century, the East India Company decided it was too expensive to ship English women to India for their employees to marry, Instead, they encouraged mixed marriages with native Indian women. Navdip Dharawal explores the history of the Anglo-Indian people through the thoughts of one family living in Britain today. Producer John Byrne

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Unknown: Navdip Dharawal

Producer: John Byrne