A celebration of Diaspora Day — 176 years of Indians in Jamaica
Second Secretary at the Indian High Commission in JamaicaPrathit Misra (centre) in the company of Dr Ramu, and wifeShirisha Mariyala. (Photos: Garfield Robinson)

T he Indian High Commission in Jamaica last Sunday marked Diaspora Day, a celebration of 176 years of Indians in Jamaica, with a social event held at the high commissioner's offices in St Andrew.

A small number of people turned out to mark the occasion, among them, local Indian business leaders resident in Jamaica, as well as other prominent individuals.

Here are some photo highlights:

DrSaranyaMunnangi (right)and Dr AlekyaDaram are beingserved by SharonWilson.
Nari Williams-Singh and wife Trisha Williams-Singh pause for asnapshot.
India's High Commissioner to Jamaica Rungsung Masakui (right)converses with Cabinet Minister Marlene Malahoo Forte andbusinessman Kenny Benjamin.
CaptainSamir Ghosh,general managerof Zim-Carib StarShipping Limited,and wifeAntara
Posing for a photo are SumaGokathoti (left) and SurekhaKakuturu.
StudentAnanyaMariyalaperformsan Indiandance.

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