Brightly colored decorative tiles adorning the external walls of the Bava Gor Shrine, which is an important site of worship.
Members of the Sidi community in Talala, Gujarat have been trying to address the problems faced by the sidi residents living in interior Gujarat.
Tomb stones dedicated to deceased Africans in Jambur, Gujarat.
The colorful shrine dedicated to Bava Gor in Jamnagar is the center for various activities for the local sidi as well as non-sidi communities.
The locality adjoining the Shrine for Bava Gor in Jamnagar has been in the past home to several sidi families.
Most sidi men in Gir are employed as chakda riders. A chakda is a hybrid vehicle and the only mode of transportation for most of the villagers living in interior [ … ]
Sidi men gathered outside the memorial shrine dedicated to Bava Gor and Bava Habash in Jambur village.
Jambur is one of the biggest sidi village in Gujarat and has around four hundred sidi households.
Sidis men serve as the caretakers of the shrine of Nagarchi Pir in Jambur.
The shrine for Nagarchi Pir in the Jambur village is managed by the sidi community and the large shrine complex also has a chilla for Mai Misra.