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The Bombay Jews| 29mins
Director: Rajesh Latkar | Producer: Basic Vision
Focus Years: 2002 | Country: India
Subject Tags: asia, india, race
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
In 1960 there were 20000 Jews staying in India. Mostly in big cities like Mumbai ( Bombay), Delhi, Kolkata, Pune, etc. Today there are only 5500 left in India and more than 70% of them stay in the Bombay province [ Mumbai and Thane ] this makes the Bombay's Jewish community a very special one. India has been one of the greatest hosts to Judaism, as India is to all the religions of the world. Indian Jews are very proud of their Indian culture, native language, and Indian way of life. The Documentary shows that India has the unique distinction of being a nation where Jews have always practiced their faith without any fear and never ever faced any kind of discrimination, in a totally Non-Jewish environment.

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