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People of Indian origin have achieved a high demographic profile in metropolitan areas worldwide, including India Square in Jersey City, New Jersey, US, known as Little Bombay, home to the highest concentration of Asian Indians in the Western Hemisphere and one of at least 24 enclaves characterized as a Little India which have emerged within the New York City Metropolitan Area, with the largest metropolitan Indian population outside Asia, as large-scale immigration from India continues into New York.
A Little India is an ethnic enclave containing a large population of Indian people within a society where the majority of people are either not South Asians or where the majority in the enclave are indigenous to mostly northern states in the country of India within a South Asian society not identifying as Indian. It may also refer to an area with a high concentration of South Asian shops and restaurants. Its ever-changing lights, shops piled on top of each other, and colorful paint on the walls resemble a very accurate impression of what India's common neighborhoods look like.
- 34 Avenue Northwest, Edmonton
- Falconridge Boulevard Northeast, Calgary
- Mill Woods, Edmonton
- Taradale, Calgary
- Carling Avenue, Ottawa
- Toronto Metropolitan Area - with 572,250 Indo-Canadians (10.4% of the population of 5,583,064), the Toronto area has the highest proportion and second largest population of Asian Indians in the Western Hemisphere after New York,
- Little_India, Artesia: Pioneer Boulevard, between 183rd St. and South St., Artesia.
- Black Mountain Road, San Diego.
- San Francisco Bay Area - the Bay Area has over 300,000 Indian-Americans, the second largest population in any U.S. metropolitan area other than the New York City Metropolitan Area.
- Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles.
- Yuba City, one of 3 oldest Indian-American communities, along with Lodi, California and Imperial County, California.
- Baymeadows Road, Jacksonville
- East Fowler Avenue, Tampa
- South Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando
- West Oakland Park Boulevard, Sunrise
- Jimmy Carter Boulevard, Norcross
- Lawrenceville Highway, Decatur
- Rockbridge Road, Lilburn
- Windward Parkway, Alpharetta
- Cambridge Street, Burlington
- Moody Street, Waltham
- Route 9, Shrewsbury, Westborough, Framingham
- Providence Highway, Norwood.
- Dequindre Road, Sterling Heights
- Ford Road, Garden City
- Orchard Lake Road, Farmington Hills
- Hudson County
- Middlesex County
- Monroe Township, with one of the fastest growth rates of its Indian population in the Western Hemisphere, increasing from 256 (0.9%) as of the 2000 Census to an estimated 4,204 (10.0%) as of 2015, representing a 1,542% (multiple of 16) numerical increase over that period.
- Edison - per 2010 American Community Survey Census data, 28.3% ethnic Asian Indian population
- Oak Tree Road, Iselin
- Plainsboro (29.5% Asian Indian)
- Route 27, North Brunswick
- Route 27, South Brunswick
- Stelton Road, Piscataway
- Mercer County
- Morris County
- Somerset County
- Long Island
- New York City – With an estimated 679,173 individuals as of 2014 U.S. Census estimates, the New York City Metropolitan Area contains the largest metropolitan Asian Indian population in the Western Hemisphere.
- Lexington Avenue, in the neighborhood of Rose Hill, between 25th and 30th streets (growing preponderance of South Indian cuisine), has become known as Curry Hill as a result of the presence of old Kalustyan's spice shop, developing rapidly as Manhattan's Indian population nearly doubled between the 2000 and 2010 Census.
- East 6th Street, between 1st and 2nd Avenues, also with many restaurants, and known as Curry Row.
- Staten Island
- Western New York
- Philadelphia area
- Pittsburgh area
- Kensington Drive, Sugar Land
- North MacArthur Boulevard, Irving
- North O'Connor Road, Irving
- Old Denton Road, Carrollton
Hong Kong S.A.R
- Little India, (Jalan Tengku Kelana), Klang
- Brickfields (Jalan Tun Sambanthan), Kuala Lumpur
- Jalan Welman, Pekan Lama Rawang, Rawang, Selangor
- Jalan Masjid India, Kuala Lumpur
- Little India, Penang
- Paya Besar, Kulim, Kedah
- Jalan Taming Sari, Taiping, Perak
- Little India, Ipoh, Perak
- Jalan Bendahara - Jalan Temenggong intersection in Bandar Hilir, Melaka
- Little India, Malacca
- Jalan Yam Tuan, Seremban
- Jalan Trus, Johor Bahru, Johor
- Jalan India (formerly known as Kling Street), Kuching, Sarawak
United Arab Emirates
In the UAE, Indians constitute more than 40% of the population. Here are some areas with a comparatively larger concentration of Indians.
- Bur Dubai, Dubai
- Al Karama, Dubai
- Satwa, Dubai
- Ras al-Khaimah
- Umm al-Quwain
- Abu Dhabi
- Frankfurt, on the corner of Münchner and Weser street.
- Via Principe Amedeo, 303/305, 00185 Roma, Italy
- The Hague, Paul Krügerlaan, Transvaal (shopping street)
- Tøyengata and Grønland streets, Oslo, Norway
- Handsworth, Birmingham
- Govanhill, Glasgow
- Hyson Green, Nottingham
- Belgrave, Leicester, Leicestershire
- Latimer, Leicester, Leicestershire
- Rusholme, Manchester
- Slough, Berkshire
- Kingsbury, London
- Southall, London
- Harrow, London
- Wembley, London
- East Ham, London
- Ilford, [[London
- Stratford, London
- Tooting, London
- Walthamstow, London
- Ealing, London
- Brent, London
- Leicester East Midlands
- Wolverhampton, West Midlands
- Blackburn, Lancashire
- Preston, Lancashire
- Uxbridge, London
- New Malden, London
- Forest Gate, London
- Manor Park, London
New South Wales
- Parramatta LGA (9.1% Indian)
- Holroyd LGA (9.2% Indian)
- Strathfield (8% Indians)
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