Aapravasi Ghat is a building complex situated in Port Louis on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius, the primary British settlement to get obligated, or contracted, workforce from India. From 1849 to 1923, a large portion of a million Indian obligated workers went through the Immigration Depot, to be transported to estates all through the British Empire. The vast scale relocation of the workers left a permanent imprint on the social orders of numerous previous British states, with Indians constituting a considerable extent of their national populaces. In Mauritius alone, 68 percent of the present aggregate populace is of Indian family line. The Immigration Depot has hence turned into a vital reference point in the history and social character of Mauritius.