Irish Indians

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Irish Indians
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Total population
90,000+[1]
Regions with significant populations
Dublin, Galway
Languages

Irish born: Irish · English ·

Indian born: Indian languages
Religion
Catholicism · Hinduism
Related ethnic groups
Irish diaspora

An Irish Indian is an Indian (from India) of full or partial Irish ancestry who is aware of such ancestry and remains connected, to some degree, to Irish culture. As per article 366(2) of the Indian Constitution, an Irish Indian can be categorized as an Anglo-Indian. According to the Ireland India Council, There's an estimated 90,000 Indian born's living in Ireland, meaning the Irish born indian population easily puts the overall Irish Indian community over 90,000.

Culture[edit]

One of the cultural activities that Indians of Irish descent (who are aware of their Irish ancestry) participate in is Saint Patrick's Day.

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