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Most were, however, eventually admitted on the basis of a Quota voucher system or, in case of Uganda, as refugees after the expulsion order by the Ugandan ruler, Idi Amin in August 1972.

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The community remains religious with more than 100 temples catering for their religious needs.These were the beginnings of first real British involvement with India that eventually led to the formation of the British Raj.India becoming the predominant IT powerhouse in the 1990s has led to waves of new immigration by Gujaratis, and other Indians with software skills to the UK.Historically, Gujaratis belonging to numerous faiths and castes, thrived in an inclusive climate surcharged by a degree of cultural syncretism, in which Hindus and Jains dominated occupations such as shroffs and brokers whereas, Muslims and Parsis (Ethnically not Gujarati but who are fluent in the language) largely dominated sea shipping trade.This led to religious interdependence, tolerance, assimilation and community cohesion ultimately becoming the hallmark of modern-day Gujarati society.A popular mosque that caters for the Gujarati Muslim community in Leicester is the Masjid Umar.

Leicester has a Jain Temple that is also the headquarters of Jain Samaj Europe.

Gujaratis first went to the UK in the 19th century with the establishment of the British Raj in India.

Prominent members of this community such as Shyamji Krishna Varma played a vital role in exerting political pressure upon colonial powers during the struggle for Indian Independence.

Now this community is mostly the second and third generation descendants of "twice-over" immigrants from the former British colonies of East Africa, Portugal, and Indian Ocean Islands.

Most of them despite being British Subjects had restricted access to Britain after successive Immigration acts of 1962, 19.

Patidars form the largest community in the diaspora including Kutch Leva Patels, Gujarati Muslim society in the UK have kept the custom of Jamat Bandi, literally meaning communal solidarity.