Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part X

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Four months since the last time out to reflect on progress, this is a review of the past few months. It’s easy to lose track of information and begin getting confused by it all, so this is another quick summary of:

(1) Where is the Anglo-Indian Project up to?

and

(2) What next for the Anglo-Indian Project?

This summary will focus on progress since the last review posted on 28 April 2017.

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WHERE IS THE ANGLO-INDIAN PROJECT UP TO?

27 posts have been published since 28 April – taking the overall Anglo-Indian Project posts total to 265 – with a strong focus on context and resources. Links to the posts can be found below (number of posts in brackets):

(I) CONTEXT AND RESOURCES (24)

  1. Anglo-Indian Stories IV
  2. Cinefilm from India c1930-1940
  3. X marks the Spot!
  4. Sports in British India 
  5. Wrecked or Captured, the East India Company Ships that Failed to Arrive
  6. The lure of Indigo and how the Hills family of East Bengal won three VCs
  7. Post 250: Anglo-Indian Project
  8. Quick Facts II: Anglo-Indian Project
  9. The Batta Mutiny of 1766
  10. India Unboxed: The Perfection of Wisdom
  11. Medals for Service in India
  12. A Glimpse of India
  13. India: Churches, Graveyards & Monuments
  14. South Bombay – the Jewel of Mumbai
  15. India: Last of the Tigers
  16. Love and Betrayal in India: The White Mughal
  17. Caste in Stone
  18. Bombay: Sayed Haider Raza
  19. The Presidencies of British India: Bombay
  20. Recess
  21. 70 Years: Indian Independence Day 2017
  22. Killer Tigers of India
  23. Counting Tigers: How India does its Tiger Census
  24. The Persian Empire

(II) FOOD (3)

  1. Irani Cafés in Bombay (Mumbai)
  2. Café Irani Chai
  3. Meatball Curry and Coconut Rice

WHAT NEXT FOR THE ANGLO-INDIAN PROJECT?

After a break through August 2017, the Anglo-Indian Project returns with plenty of information and insight to share. Continuing with posts on Wednesdays and Fridays – this will be reviewed going forward.

The pool of draft posts is currently over 160 waiting to be finalised and posted. New ancestors have been discovered – with a few records still to be gathered – and will appear on the AIP blog when they are completed. This will inevitably open up further lines of enquiry and the discovery of new records and information.

It’s almost one year since the trip to Bombay (Mumbai) in 2016. Many posts are still in the making which reflect on the trip and have already raised a number of questions which will lead to a return to India – possibly in 2018.

Hopefully this summary is a useful point to pause and reflect.


Links to previous summaries:

2015

Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part I (12 posts)

Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part II (21 posts)

Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part III (24 posts)

Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part IV (18 posts)

2016

Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part V (25 posts)

Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part VI (36 posts)

Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part VII (24 posts)

Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part VIII (36 posts)

2017

Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part IX (33 posts)


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