Migration has always been an active process in forming social structures worldwide.
Sometimes man-made catastrophes or natural disasters oblige people to flee. Sometimes, people migrate voluntarily with the hope of an affluent livelihood.

When people move from one place to another, they bring their values, customs, and tradition with them, which as an element, resource the local culture and influence to reform the society.

But migration is not all about moving from one place to another; it is also a complex psychological journey to survive in an unknown environment, integrate into a new society, adopt the local culture
and perceive its values. Overall it is a process to find belonging and, in the long run, evolve as an undisputable part of society.

"My Harmonised Self" depicts the persona of those who had gone through the process or inherited the experiences as a second generation and eventually assimilated as an integral part of British society.
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