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Edison is currently one of the fastest growing towns in New Jersey. Edison has strong Indian community and schools district is excellent. Edison is for middle-class and upper-class people. Itâ??s also called Little India in Edison, NJ. From Hindu temple to pan shops to bollywood music shops, it has almost enough Indians in Edison to change the culture.
It has all kind of authentic Indian food available in this little town. There are vast differences in foods from different parts of India be it tandoori chicken, curries, and Nan bread, pakora , samosa, lassi or any South Indian cuisines and many more Indian dishes. Lot of Indian mithai and sweet shops are there. These sweet shops make different kinds of their own sweets and candies right in their kitchen and sell them fresh.
There are lots of jewelry stores at oak tree road. They sell gold biscuits and a wide variety of finished gold jewelry, beads, gemstones and silver jewelry, ethnic jewelry and Indian wedding jewelry.
Some of the Indian jewelers in the vicinity of Oak Tree Road even offer gift items, statues of Hindu Gods like Ganesha, Laxmi, Hanuman, Tanjore paintings and astrological gem stones etc.
The Indian supermarkets are incredible in Edison area. You can literally find any spice or herb that you can think of at very low prices. Almost all types of Indian vegetables are available which you will not find in any other supermarket.
Plenty of designer clothing malls like Ritu Beri's, Ritu Kumar. Various saree showrooms and wedding saris stores are within a 25 mile radius. Various designer sarees, Punjabi salwar kameez and other traditional clothes are displayed in racks, as well as also displayed hanging from the ceilings and high on the walls.
While the weekends are the busiest times for the Indian jewelers, restaurants and shopping here, its fairly common to see Indian women on weekdays also at these Indian shopping stores and jewelry shops shopping for salwar kameez, Designer sarees and glittering ornaments for weddings and other festive occasions.