St Louis is located in the south of the confluence of Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. The city is built on bluffs and terraces. St Louis is located in the transitional zone of humid continental climate and humid subtropical climate. It has four distinct seasons.Football, Boxing, Soccer, Basketball, Cork ball, Baseball, Hockey and Tennis are a few among the many sports enjoyed by the citizens of St Louis. St Louis has a blend of races coexisting with harmony of which Indians are considerably large.Indians at St Louis feel very much at home with latest Indian textiles, mouth watering Indian cuisine and Indian movies at arm's reach. The Indians buy Salwars, sarees, dhotis, sherwani and other Indian wear for men and women at Shallas Clothing and Sohaila. These shops have a wide collection of interesting Indian textiles apart from other accessories like handbags, purses. These shops also sell cosmetics and slippers. They have a tailoring unit attached so that their service is made complete. Anything that is making waves in the Indian textile industry makes its presence felt in these shops.Delectable Indian food could be found in restaurants like Govinda's Vegetarian restaurant, House of India, India's Rasoi, Ruma's Deli and Tandoori Hut. Indian groceries could be bought at places like Gokul Restaurant, India Bazaar and Taj Market. These restaurants and groceries make sure that Indians have a satisfied stomach and feel emotionally secure.The Hindu worship places at St Louis conduct Sai Bhajans, Hanuman Puja and Ramayana readings regularly. The ISKCON temple is an important Hindu worship spot in this region. The Sikhs turn to Guru Ramdas Ashram, Sant Shri Ashramji Center. Indian Christians gather at Telugu Christian Fellowship while Tamil Christians join hands at STL Tamil Christians Fellowship. Indo-Pakistan Radio and TV programs are also made available at St Louis.