Religion, Migration, and State Policies: South Asian Muslims, Sikhs, and Hindus in the United States
- Author(s): Leonard, KB
- Editor(s): Rao, AV
- et al.
South Asian Muslims, Sikhs, and Hindus in the US confront co-religionists in a new national religious landscape. They bring different national histories with them, coming predominantly from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, where state policies toward religions varied at the establishment of the states (India and Pakistan in 1947, Bangladesh in 1971) and have changed over time.