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Dupattas n Stoles
Owasso is a city shared by Rogers and Tulsa Counties of Oklahoma State in the United States. The population of the city developed after the Second World War. Aircraft and related industries contributed to the economy of Owasso when the nearby Tulsa airport started developing.
Owasso has traces of Indians in its ethnic mix. Indians at Owasso enjoy life as they would do at any other part of the globe. While duty towards the society and family runs religiously in one track, they do not fail to indulge and pamper their bodies on the other track. Indians indulge in fine Indian clothing which is admired by the people of other communities too. Indian food at the same time is getting popular throughout the United States for which Owasso is no exception.
Indians buy authentic Indian clothing at Nikita Mehta where splendid collection of Salwar, Sarees, Churidars, Kurtis, Sherwanis, Lehengas are found. The shop has its stock updated for its discerning audience. They also have a tasteful collection of handbags, purses, slippers, stoles, scarves, cosmetics and fashion jewelry. The shop completes its services with an attached tailoring unit which is manned by superb skilled labor.
The nearby Tulsa city has a lot of Indian restaurants like Desi Wok, India Palace, Taj -The Flavor and Kolam Innovative Indian Cuisine. Similarly Indians at Owasso reach out to Laxmi Spices of India and New India Bazaar at Tulsa to purchase groceries for home cooked meal.
Indians reach out to Tulsa, Wichita and other nearby cities for religious purposes. Indians relate to one another with fraternal love. During festive season they gather and organize performing arts from India and throw parties at one another. Festive shopping is very interesting at Owasso during Indian festival seasons. Indians shop for clothes and sweets and other eatables with festive enthusiasm.