Dwindling Jewish population, migration making prayers tough in Mumbai synagogues

Dwindling Jewish population, migration making prayers tough in Mumbai synagogues

Yesha Kotak, Hindustan Times, 03/04/2019

For a synagogue, at least 10 male members of the community have to read the Torah together. Getting that many members, most staying in distant suburbs, together in south Mumbai, is not easy.

India’s Jews renew push for official minority status

India's Jews renew push for official minority status

JTA and Staff, The Times of Israel, 04/13/2016

The lost tribe of Mumbai: How the city absorbed the Bene Israelis

The lost tribe of Mumbai: How the city absorbed the Bene Israelis

Kunal Vijayakar, Hindustan Times, 04/07/2016

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Only 26 Jews Left in This Indian City — and They Still Can’t Get Along

Only 26 Jews Left in This Indian City — and They Still Can’t Get Along

Danna Harman, Haaretz, 03/31/2016

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Pani Purim: Celebrating the holiday with the Jewish community of Mumbai.

Pani Purim: Celebrating the holiday with the Jewish community of Mumbai.

Danna Harman, Haaretz, 03/24/2016

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