Montreal is the capital of united province of Canada. The compact island city is multicultural and boasts of more than 80 ethnic communities existing with harmony. South Asians form 3.2% of Montreal population. Sarees Katyaoni, Uma sarees and Boutique Patel Inc are a few notable shops in Montreal that offer Indian clothing. Sarees Katyaoni offers whole sale women clothings. Uma sarees was founded by Mr. Balwant Chugh, in 1971 when he realised the demand for sarees in the locality. With a humble beginning as a traditional saree store, Uma sarees spread out to offer salwar kameez, dress materials, bridal outfits, wedding sarees, kurtis, tunics, lehengas, men kurta pyjama, dhotis childrens outfits, Indian jewellery, hand bags, cushion covers, deities statues and so on. Boutique Patel Inc offers a wide range of men clothings. Beena boutique offers salwar kameez lehenga, choli, wedding dresses, pyjamas. Other prominent shops selling Indian textiles are Puja saree, Seema variety store, Pirapa fashion and Ganesh textiles. Pirapa fashion offers Salwar Kameez, Indian clothes, kurta and Pakistani clothes.Indian jewellery could be bought at Arani Jewellery, Bombay Jeweller, KPS Jewellers, Mukesh Jewellers at Montreal. Devi, Allo Inde, Atma, Bienvenue en Inde, Buffet Marhaba, India Beau Village, offer Indian cuisine. Indian and Pakistani jewellery could be bought at Zaibi jewellers. Indian grocery could be bought at Apna Punjab Grocery and video, Noor and New Madina super market. Restaurant Kashmir, Sahib, Restaurant Gandhi, Punjabi Palace, Gaj Restaurant, Resto Bombay Mahal are some of the prominent Indian restaurants found in Montreal.Ratha Yatra festival of Orissa, India, is also celebrated in Montreal. Apart from this, Indian film festivals can be witnessed in Montreal. Pongal or Makar Sankranthi is also celebrated in Montreal. Hindu Mandir, Durkai Amman Temple, Subramanya Ayyappa temple and Saiva Mission of Quebec are prominent Hindu worship sites at Montreal.