Indian Arrival Day parade

This young man acts as an indentured immigrant on a plantation as a part of a float display at the Indian, Religious, Cultural and Social Organization (IRCSO) annual Arrival Day parade at the Joe Vieira Park, West Bank Demerara yesterday, commemorating 174 years of Indian Arrival to Guyana. (Photo by Lakhram Bhagirat)
Indian dancers on stage during the Arrival Day celebrations at Highbury, East Bank Berbice yesterday (GINA photo)
This logie takes you down memory lane as it relates to the living conditions of the indentured immigrants. It was part of the Indian Religious, Cultural and Social Organization (IRCSO) annual Arrival Day parade at the Joe Vieira Park, West Bank Demerara yesterday, commemorating 174 years of Indian Arrival to Guyana. (Photo by Lakhram Bhagirat)

 

Women displaying the preparation of food as it was done by Indian indentured women back in the day as part of the Indian Religious, Cultural and Social Organization (IRCSO) annual Arrival Day parade at the Joe Vieira Park, West Bank Demerara yesterday, commemorating 174 years of Indian Arrival to Guyana. (Photo by Lakhram Bhagirat)
A model of the Whitby the ship that transported Indentured Immigrants from Asia to Guyana during the year 1838 during yesterday’s Indian Religious, Cultural and Social Organization (IRCSO) annual Arrival Day parade at the Joe Vieira Park, West Bank Demerara, commemorating 174 years of Indian Arrival in Guyana. (Photo by Lakhram Bhagirat)

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