Indians in Turkey
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|Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism|
Indians in Turkey are a small community numbering 300 and comprising roughly 100 families. Most of them work as doctors and computer engineers or employees in multinational corporations. India also has a small business presence in Turkey through representative offices of Reliance Industries, Tata Motors and Indorama.
Most Indians are Hindu and the community forms the bulk of Hindus in Turkey. In recent times, there have been efforts to promote tourism and culture from India as a means of developing the community and establishing better relations with Turkish society.
- Estimated Size of Overseas Indian Community: Country-wise
- Rasheeda Bhagat (31 January 2007). "Turkey "stuck in the Awaraa days?"". Business Line.
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