Indian Diaspora in Nevada

Events, Buffets, Temples & Attorneys

Nevada is home to a small but vibrant Indian community.

Desis from all over India (Punjab, Gujarat, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh) have settled in Las Vegas, Reno, Henderson and other cities of Nevada.
Las Vegas Strip Casinos image © Las Vegas Strip
Las Vegas also attracts a sizeable number of desi tourists, both from the U.S. and from India.

Not surprisingly, a desi ecosystem has developed to cater to the needs of Nevada Indians.

Hindu temples, desi grocery stores, real estate agencies, immigration attorneys, personal injury, criminal DUI attorners etc have mushroomed out of the Nevada soil to cater to the Indian community.

Indian Buffets

North Indian and South Indian restaurants offer a variety of Indian delicacies to hordes of visitors to Vegas.

Las Vegas casinos are famous for their buffets.

And Indian restaurants in Las Vegas are not far behind in offering lavish All-You-Can-Eat lunch buffets with dozens of items.

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2901 Las Vegas Blvd
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3743 Las Vegas Blvd S
Ste # 205
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Popular treats at Nevada Indian restaurants include North Indian dishes like Chicken Makhani, Tandoori Chicken, Chicken Tikka and South Indian favorites like Idly, Medhu Vada, Masala Dosa, Pongal and Dum Biryani.

Hindu Temples

To provide spiritual and religious support to the growing Indian community, Hindu temples and Gurdwaras have come up in Nevada.

The Hindu Temple of Las Vegas is the anchor of the Indian community in Nevada.

The temple draws crowds from Vegas and other parts of Nevada.

Picture Courtesy: Las Vegas Hindu Temple Ganapati at Las Vegas Hindu Temple
Besides restaurants, Indians have established grocery stores, real estate agencies and immigration law and tax consultancy firms to cater to the needs of the growing Nevada Indian community.

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