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Boston is the largest city in Massachusetts. It is also one of the oldest cities in the United States. The important city is the fourth most populous city in the country. The city enjoys a humid continental climate. The colleges and universities apart from bio technology companies contribute towards the economy of Boston.

The Irish Americans living here have a peculiar New England accent and the language spoken here is known as Boston English. People in Boston involve in sports like Hockey, Basketball, Baseball, Football, Soccer, Lacrosse and Softball with enthusiasm. Boston which is also known as the Athens of America has a lot of Indian population living here.

Clothing is an irresistible passion of Indians at Boston. When dressed well, an Indian feels confidence and spreads cheer and confidence through the air. Authentic Indian textiles could be bought at Karma Loop at Boston. This place has a splendid collection of salwars, sarees, kurtis, sherwanis and other Indian wear. The quality of clothes shows in the busy transactions that go through the day in the rather crowded shop. It has a beautiful collection of handbags, purses, slippers, cosmetics and other accessories. The shop also has an attached tailoring unit. The shop is in track with the fashion happenings in India and therefore the goods move fast.

Boston has around two dozen Indian restaurants of which Bawarchi Restaurant, Bombay Club, Gourmet India, India Gate, Kebab n Kurry, Rangoli and Tandoor House are a few prominent names. For groceries however one should reach out to neighboring places like Burlington, Framingham, Somerville, Waltham, Westborough and Worcester.

ISKCON and Ramakrishna Vedanta Society are two important religious places for Hindus at Boston. Indians meet one another in parties or other places and get acquainted with one another to build life long bonds of friendship. They meet during festive seasons like Diwali and Navratri and unleash themselves into the fun.