East India (disambiguation)
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East India is a region of India consisting of the states of West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, and Orissa.
East India may also refer to
- East Indies, a term used by Europeans from the 16th century onwards to identify what is now known as South Asia and Southeastern Asia
- East India Company, an English joint-stock company founded in 1600
- East India Docks, a small group of docks in the Blackwall area of East London
- East India DLR station, a railway station in East London
East Indian may refer to
- East Indians, a Marathi-speaking, Roman Catholic ethnic group in Mumbai
- East Indian language is the dialect of Marathi, spoken by East indians people in Mumbai
- East Indians, a term used in North America to refer to Indian people in general, in order to distinguish them from Native Americans who are sometimes referred to as Indians.
- Indian Americans and Indo-Canadians, residents of the United States and Canada descended from migrants from the Indian subcontinent
- Indo-Caribbeans, residents of Caribbean countries descended from migrants from the Indian subcontinent
- Indian subcontinent
- Dutch East India Company, founded in 1603
- French East India Company, founded in 1664
- Swedish East India Company, founded in 1731
- Portuguese East India Company, founded in 1628
- Dutch East Indies, the Dutch colony that became modern Indonesia following World War II
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