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“Dublin Takes the Lead as Hub for the Indian Community in Ireland”

Dublin: In the backdrop of the 2022 census, it’s evident that Ireland has seen a significant growth in its Indian population, with the total number surpassing 100,000 individuals. Dublin, the capital city, boasts the largest concentration, housing 10,318 people of Indian origin.

County Cork, which includes the vibrant city of Cork, accommodates a substantial 4,315 Indians, with a significant portion, 3,016, residing in Cork City itself.

Notably, Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, encompassing areas like Blackrock and Sandyford, secures the second-highest spot in the Indian population tally, with 5,019 individuals. This region is known for its prominence as a hub for IT and finance institutions in Ireland.

In South Dublin, specifically in places like Tallaght and Lucan, 4,443 Indians have found a home, making their presence felt in this vibrant area. Additionally, Fingal, which includes Blanchardstown and Swords, is home to 4,012 Indians.

County Galway has a population of 3,331 individuals of Indian descent, with 937 residing outside of Galway City. Limerick comes in as the next closest county in terms of Indian population, with 2,347 individuals.

Furthermore, Kildare, Donegal, and Westmeath are additional counties where over a thousand Indians have established their homes.

It’s important to note that the census figures do not account for 15,702 individuals who received work permits in the previous year, another 9,627 who received work permits up to October 31, 2023, and approximately 7,000 students who arrived in Ireland after September 2022. When considering these figures, the Indian community in Ireland exceeds the remarkable milestone of 100,000 individuals.

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