Presentation on theme: "Indian culture in Australia By Billy and Ewan. Indians arrived in Australia between 1800-1816. A small number of Indians arrived in Australia as convicts."— Presentation transcript:
Indian culture in Australia By Billy and Ewan
Indians arrived in Australia between A small number of Indians arrived in Australia as convicts transported by the British government in India. convicts
During the first 60 years of the 19th century, most of the Indians who arrived in Australia were recruited as labourers by the British Government. They later settled down in Australia.
Letters and vowels Numbers are the same all over the world. Indians have 28 vowels and 58 letters with all different symbols.
Food Indian people have brought lots of food like curry and Dahl. Indian food is quite often spicy and very delicious. It also comes on enormous plates. Dahl food Bowl of different food
Indian restaurant in Wollongong Indian restaurants are all over the world. In Wollongong there are lots but just to name a few there is Manjits and Mango Tree. Mango Tree Wollongong
Sport These are the games are believed to be originated in India: Chess Polo Archery Hockey Wrestling
The Indian flag The different colours on the Indian flag mean different things: Orange- A symbol of courage White- Peace and honesty Blue-Vigilance, truth and loyalty, perseverance and justice Green- Hope and joy for many other cultures.
Noteworthy Indians in Australia Rhys Williams (born 14 July 1988) is an Australian professional soccer player currently playing for Middlesbrough in the English Football League Championship and the Australia national football team. His mother originates from Mumbai, India while his father was born in Kent, England soccerMiddlesbrough Football League ChampionshipAustralia national football teamMumbaiKent Rhys Williams
ook.asp Traditions flag.htm?ModPagespeed=noscript The flag au.org/indian_in_australia.html We used this for multiple things. Sources
Glossary Convicts- Criminals Dahl- spiced meal of peas or lentils Enormous- Another word for big Originated- To begin a schedule Perseverance- A course of action Restaurant- A nice place to go out and eat a meal Vigilance- event of treachery