Sikhism In Australia
Sikhism is a small but growing minority religion in Australia, that can trace its origins in the nation to the 1830s. The Sikhs form one of the largest subgroups of Indian Australians with 72,000 adherents according to the 2011 census. Having grown from 12,000 in 1996, 17,000 in 2001 and 26,500 in 2006. Most adherents can trace their ancestry back to the Punjab region of South Asia, which is currently divided between India and Pakistan.
Read more about Sikhism In Australia: Pre-Federation: 1830s-1901, During The White Australia Policy: 1901-1973, Post White Australia Policy: 1973-Present, Australian Sikh Games, Punjabi in Australia, See Also
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