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Scarborough is an integrated city of Toronto. Though Scarborough reminds of Old Toronto, it has its unique flavour and taste. The area was previously named as Glasgow after the Scottish community. Scarborough has a lot of nick names of which Scarberia is very famous. The city has Lake Ontario to its south. The humid continental climate of Scarborough is usually moderate. The economy of Scarborough is integral to that of Toronto. Though professional and technical services are low, Manufacture is high in Scarborough. Scarborough town centre is the eighth largest shopping mall in Canada.

Indian textiles are highly welcome by Indian expatriates at Scarborough. Poonam Fashions and Fabrics, Nalli Silk and Sarees, Isra Trading, Fashion Valley Inc are places where authentic Indian textiles could be bought. Salwar Kameez, Ghagra Choli, Sarees and traditional Indian mens wear are available at these places. Besides these accessories like clutches, hand bags, purses, slippers and other grooming items of south Asian base are available here. Ali Baba Jewellery, Ambika Jewellery, Bhanu Jewellers, Manoj Jewellers and Khan Jewellers are few of the many notable shops were Indian Jewellery could be bought.

With the rising immigrants of Indians, particularly Tamil people, around quarter of the total residents are Hindus. Anjappar Chettinad Restaurant, Bombay Palace Restaurant, Curry and Roti Restaurant, Pakwanchi Restaurant and Suraj Restaurant are few of the many south Asian restaurants that offer mouth watering southern fare. Indians get together at Centres that teach ethnic arts like Bharatnatyam and Kuchipudi, apart from Carnatic and Hindustani music.

They let their children born in Canada to touch their roots by such cultural activities. Tarana Dance Centre and Vahini Nrityalaya are notable dance schools in this region. The Makara deepam of Sabari malai, India is celebrated in Lord Ayyappa Temple Scarborough. Thousands of Indian Families in Scarborough gather together to celebrate Indian festivals like Makar Sankranti and Diwali.