Chicago Indian Diaspora

Buffets, Weddings, Travel, Movies

The Chicago metropolitan region is home to a huge Indian community.

Tamils, Mallus, North Indians, Gujaratis and Bengalis have dropped anchor in the city and in suburbs like Aurora, Alsip, Niles, Lemont and Woodbridge lending a distinct desi color to the region.

SVS Temple Aurora image ©
SVS Temple, Aurora (IL)
The city is also home to several Hindu temples and organizations such as Sri Venkateswara Temple, Rama Temple, Sai Baba Mandir, Gurdwara Sahib of Chicago and Vivekananda Society which cater to the spiritual needs of Indian immigrants.

Chicago Indian Shopping

To get a glimpse of the bustling Indian community in Chicago, visit Devon Avenue / Mahatma Gandhi Marg.

Devon Avenue teems with stores of every kind - saree boutiques, 220 volts electonic appliances stores, beauty parlors, travel agents, insurance agents, jewelry stores, restaurants, immigration law firms, music shops, mithaiwalallahs and more.

Buffet, Biryani & Dosa

There are a wide selection of Indian restaurants in Chicago from South Indian to North Indian, Indian-Chinese, Vegetarian, Gujarati, Punjabi and Chaat food joints.

While Devon Avenue houses several Indian restaurants like Mysore Woodlands and Udipi, other areas like Niles, Schaumburg, Naperville, Arora, Lemont etc too have their share of restaurants.

Mysore Woodlands Devon Avenue Chicago
Mysore Woodlands
Delicious Indian Veg. Fare
2548 W Devon Ave
Chicago, IL 60659
Shree Vegetarian Restaurant Westmont
Awful Indian Food
655 N Cass Ave
Westmont, IL 60559

If you have a craving for sweets, not to worry. Devon Avenue a.k.a Mahatma Gandhi Marg has several Indian mithai stores like Sukhadia's to pander to your Mithai sweet-tooth.

Indian Movies

Bollywood movies are released every week in AMC and Regal Cinemas in the nearby towns of South Barrington and Naperville.

Tamil and Telugu movies are released in Muvico Rosemont 18 in Rosemont, IL.

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