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THE RICH HINDU TEMPLE HERITAGE IN ADEN

The city of Aden, which was administered as a British colony from Mumbai during 1839-1937, had a rich heritage of Christian Churches and Hindu Temples. During the British time there was a regular movement of people of all religious denominations from India to the thriving port of Aden in...
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MOTHER TERESA LEFT A LASTING IMPACT IN YEMEN

– Dr Ausaf Sayeed* The acclaimed and beatified Mother Teresa (1910-1997), who founded the ‘Missionaries of Charity’ in Calcutta, India on October 7, 1950 with the primary objective of loving and caring for those persons nobody was prepared to look after, won the hearts of the people of Yemen...
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Mahatma Gandhi’s Historic Sojourn in Aden

– Dr Ausaf Sayeed* India has a long association with Aden going back to the historic times. Aden was a flourishing port, trading centre and an important gateway for India at that time. It attracted large number of Indians, mainly from Gujarat and Maharashtra, who were engaged in whole-sale...
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