In Trinidad and Tobago, many of the world’s great religions are well represented. Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Bah’ai are popular. Judaism is not very popular and is practised mostly among expatriates. Atheism and agnosticism are not widespread although many people will hold agnostic beliefs without being openly agnostic.
Trinidad and Tobago is well known for its African and Indian cultures, reflected in its large and famous Carnival , Diwali, and Hosay celebrations, as well being the birthplace of steelpan, the limbo, and music styles such as calypso, soca, rapso, parang, chutney, and chutney soca.
Culture & Heritage Culture in T&T is heavily influenced by the mixed African and Indian heritage, as well as the long period of colonial rule by the British, who among other things gave the nation its love of cricket.
Main dishes include roti (most commonly dalpuri and paratha, but also puri, sada roti, dosti roti, or aloo puri), and dal bhat or kharhi and rice served with condiments such as achar, kuchela, mother-in-law (pickled vegetables), pepper sauce, and dishes such as amchar (curried mango), bhaji (dasheen bush or any spinach
Small Island, Big Energy Industry: Trinidad and Tobago is one of the oldest hydrocarbon producers in the world, with commercial production dating as early as 1908. Trinidad and Tobago is also a major petrochemical hub and is the one of the world’s largest exporters of ammonia, ethanol and liquefied natural gas.
|Francis Felix||M||112 years, 30 days|
|Juliana Boland||F||111 years, 275 days|
|Vivian Reese||F||111 years, 134 days|
|Elbert Blades||M||110 years, 223 days|
There are a few areas of the capital, Port of Spain on Trinidad , that can be dangerous . Communities like Laventille, Morvant, Sea Lots, South Belmont are prone to violent crime, such as sexual assault, robberies and gang violence, and should be avoided.
Indo- Trinidadian and Tobagonians has now become interchangeable with Indians or East Indians . These were people who were escaping poverty in India and seeking employment offered by the British for jobs either as indentured labourers, workers or educated servicemen, primarily, between 1845–1917.
SALARY BY LEVEL TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
|Salary levels||Avg. gross salary (USD)||Avg. gross salary|
|25K||US$ 24,412||TTD 161,438|
|15K||US$ 14,612||TTD 96,603|
|8K||US$ 7,886||TTD 52,384|
|4K||US$ 3,893||TTD 25,848|
But as with all their food and lifestyles, Trinidadians like to spice it up. Chow is a dish that takes fruit—usually mango or pineapple—and adds hot pepper, black pepper, salt, lime, onions, and shado beni. It’s a sweet and sour experience that captures the local, spicy personality.
Trinidadian Nicki Minaj. 08 December 1982. Billy Ocean. 21 January 1950. Recording Artist. Stokely Carmichael. 29 June 1941. Dwight Yorke. 03 November 1971. Football Player. Brian Lara. 02 May 1969. Trinidadian Cricketer. C. L. R. James. 04 January 1901. Kamla Persad-Bissessar. 22 April 1952. Adande Thorne. 10 July 1988.
Trini To D’ Bone: Celebrities With Roots In Trinidad And Tobago Nicki Minaj . (Photo: John Lamparski/WireImage) Alfonso Ribeiro . (Photo: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic) Nia Long . (Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) Lorraine Toussaint . (Photo: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic) Bunji Garlin. (Photo: Roger Kisby/Getty Images) Machel Montano. (Photo: Isaiah Trickey/FilmMagic) Heather Headley . Jackée Harry .
Slavery was abolished in 1833, after which former slaves served an “apprenticeship” period which ended on 1 August 1838 with full emancipation.