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Growing
up a British Asian

I was born in a town called Blackburn, in
the north-west of England, and lived there till I left. My parents had to England from India during
the 70s.

As a child, I went to my local school
and, of course I spoke English with a local accent, just like all the other
kids. But home was very different; we lived in a kind of 'little India', with a
huge extended family of uncles and aunts, I feeling part of this big thing
called 'family', and an even bigger thing called 'India'. I suppose my family
really influenced me while I had was growing up. They often used to talk about
India as 'home' - even though at that time I had never been there!

To me, it doesn't seem at all strange
to grow up as part of two cultures. I've always thought that growing up with
two cultures is a gift, not a disadvantage. Now that I have a child of my own, I
want her to get in touch with her Indian roots too, so we're planning a visit
there later this year. All her Indian cousins are looking forward to meeting
her!


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2014-02-12T20:47:20+00:00
   I was born in a town called Blackburn, in
the north-west of England, and lived  there till I left.  My parents had to England from India during the 70s.
  As a child, I went to the local school and the local English accent, as well as all other children. We lived in a kind of 'Little India', with a huge family of his uncle and aunt. I felt like a big family and more of what is called 'India'. I think my family really influenced me while I was growing up.for me, it does not seem at all surprising rise in the two cultures. I always thought growing up in two cultures is a gift. Now that I have a child I want, she met her Indian roots too, so we plan to visit this country. All her Indian cousins ​​are looking forward to meeting her.