on the links below for the most comprehensive listing of Indian
shops, bazaars, jewelers and other businesses in the US:
are Indian grocery shops almost all the major towns
and cities in the US. The online bazaars provide an
alternative to these retailers and sell directly to
us, the consumers. The market is huge but fragmented.
are a number of established importers of Indian spices,
lentils (dals), herbs and condiments who distribute
them through the chain of Indian shops and bazaars.
Many bazaars and online service providers also offer
services of sending gifts to India with 'online gifts
center' model. You may also be interested in the sepcial
India' section of GaramChai.com
of Indian Grocers in the US:
For our extensive listings of Indian Grocery
shops, click here:
Grocers and Bazaars in the Canada
Sari and Indian Dress Shops : This
section of GaramChai.com features Saree, dress and apparel
shops and boutiques catering to Indian, Pakistani and
South Asian communities across North America. A special
page of Saree shops focuses on listings in New
York and New Jersey area
Jewellery Shops in America: In
this section of GaramChai.com, you will find extensive listings
of Indian Jewelers, gold, diamond vendors who also sell
readymade 22/24 carat gold and silver jewellery.
Feature on 'Little India,' South-Asian and Indian shopping
arcades and enclaves in the US and North America. Global
Little India section features south-asian shopping
in other foreign countries.
on Ready to Eat Industry in India and the world, including
USA, Canada and North America. Details on major players
in RTE industry and interesting articles.
Online shopping section has extensive listings of shops,
businesses and others catering exclusively to the needs
of the NRI, and Non resident community. Some of the popular
services offered include money transfer, gifting to relatives
in India and shopping for grocery, goods and services in
you may select
from the states below to view the complete listings
Even for the younger generation, `Little India' provides
the spice of old-fashioned Indian and Pakistani life
Tea on Devon Avenue is rich, ambrosial Indian masala tea, muddy
brown and laced with enough cream to form a skim on top--different
from the tea at Starbucks, to be sure, but not wholly unfamiliar.
It's a little exotic to my neophyte tongue.
And it's served really, really hot. Scalding, McDonald's lawsuit
"Little India" is the stretch where food fans come
for Southeast Asian cuisine. Also here are jewelers, grocery
stores, travel agencies and sari boutiques, all competing
for sign and sidewalk space, as well as immigrant families,
many first-generation and some second........Raj proprietor
Divyesh Damji shows off his ranihar pieces, or gold necklaces
traditional for brides on their wedding day. If you think
wedding dresses are a stiff one-time expense, these ornate
crescents practically surround a bride's face in 22-carat
gold, and cost thousands of dollars.
From the Chicago Tribune
If you liked this section, you may also be interested in GaramChai.com's
feature on Little
Indian foods catch on in US: In
Indian grocery stores throughout the Greater Boston area,
heat-and-eat treats like samosas and spicy vegetable curries
crowd the freezer cases along with pre-fried chunks of paneer,
a soft Indian cheese used in many vegetarian dishes, and ice
creams in flavors that are popular among Indians such as mango
and pistachio. Most conventional grocery stores have a few
jars of pre-mixed spice paste or simmer sauces from UK-based
Pataks in their ethnic-food aisles, and Trader Joe's carries
a wide variety of its own vacuum-sealed curries and condiments.
article at Boston Globe.
excuses Designers come up with new reasons to wear one By
Betsy Lehndorff Special to the News (Rocky
way to locate saris is through an Internet search, which will
lead you to stores in the United States, London and Paris.