Hinduism in Ivory Coast

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Hinduism has a small presence in Ivory Coast.

The Ananda Marga runs a School in Abidjan.[1] There is a Brahmakumari Ashram and a Satya Saibaba Group in Abidjan. The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) has a presence in this country.[2]

Indians in Ivory Coast[edit]

There are about 250 families of Indians in Ivory Coast, most of them businessmen of Sindhi and Gujarathi origin, professionals in trading and manufacturing companies owned by NRI-PIOs and officials working with the UN.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ananda Marga in Ivory Coast
  2. ^ International Religious Freedom Report 2006, Ivory Coast
  3. ^ Indian Community in Ivory Coast

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