Denver Indian Diaspora

Events, Attorneys, Travel, Food

Sorry, Mr. Trump! Colorado too has not been spared the influx of Asian Indian immigrants.

So Denver (Mile High City) is home to a sizable group of Indians.
Image Courtesy: Colorado Venkateswara TempleColorado Venkateswara Temple (Castle Rock)
According to the 2010 U.S. Census, there are 13,649 Indians in Denver-Aurora-Broomfield belt in Colorado.

Tamils, Telugus, Kannadigas, Gujaratis, Bengalis and Indians from every nook of Mera Bharat Mahaan now call Denver and nearby cities of Littleton, Aurora, Lakewood, Boulder home.

Not surprisingly, a large desi ecosystem has developed to pander to the needs of Indians in greater Denver.

Dum Biryani & Indian Buffet
South Indian and North Indian restaurants, Hindu temples, churches, grocery stores, real estate agencies, immigration attorneys etc have mushroomed out of the Colorado soil to cater to the demands of the Indian community.

Bollywood Movies
Bollywood movies are released every week at United Artist Greenwood Plaza Stadium in Englewood, CO or at Century Aurora & XD in Aurora, CO or Regal River Point Stadium 14 & RPX in Sheridan, CO.

Whether it is Bollywood or Tollywood or any other Indian movie, you can be sure it will release in Denver on the same date as India.

Featuring movie reviews, attorneys, travel agents, temples and more, is a useful resource to the visiting and local Indian community in Denver.