The sikh diaspora in vancouver three generations amid tradition modernity and multiculturalism is a 2004 book by kamala elizabeth nayar published by the university of toronto pressthe book discusses three generations of the sikh diaspora a subset of the indo canadians in greater vancouver. The sikh diaspora in vancouver three generations amid tradition modernity and multiculturalismkamala elizabeth nayar toronto university of toronto press 2004 . Canadian sikhs have seen great changes in the lives of their communities which are primarily concentrated in larger urban centres especially vancouver and the british columbia lower mainland in the sikh diaspora in vancouver kamala elizabeth nayar illustrates the complex and multifaceted transition of sikh social culture as it moves from small punjab villages to a canadian metropolis. The sikh diaspora in vancouver three generations amid tradition modernity and multiculturalism a popular research theme among many scholars has been the diaspora the fragment of an ethnic community that exists outside of its home land1 studies on the diaspora have focused mainly on issues of migration and acculturation
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