To understand Indian migration to Indonesia, the atmosphere of adaptability of the target country needs to be comprehended in greater details. If we choose to discuss Indian diaspora from the perspective of a ‘Greater-India’, then we must take into account the nuances and subtleties of the Hindu civilizational impression that wrapped almost the entire Southeast Asian civilization into its cultural fold and particularly Indonesian archipelago as the latter exhibits more engraved Indicelements in their social behavior.
[Ethnohydrology of the Angkorian Empire—A Testimony to the Indian Cultural Influence on Cambodia by P. Muniratihnam Reddy, The Saga of Indian Culture in Southeast Asia, Monograph Series: No. IX, Center for Studies on Indochina &South Pacific, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati-517502, India, 1998. p. 1]
The paper would discuss the historical, cultural and social aspects of Indian diaspora in terms of its remittance generation and adding values to the social harmony in the host country as well the native country. The paper will also discuss the future of Indian diaspora encompassing the year 2030 and the possible threat from the growing radical elements in the country amid ethnic cleanses.