Cleveland is located in the Cuyahoga County of the Ohio state in the United States. It is the most populous city in the state of Ohio. Cleveland enjoys a humid continental climate. Baseball, foot ball and hockey are played with passion here.
There are a lot of American Indians at Cleveland and north east Ohio. The American Indian Education Center is a nonprofit organization that is devoted to the cultural, social and economic development of American Indians. Shiva Vishnu Temple is an important Hindu worship center in Cleveland, Ohio. It has shrines of Durga, Jaganath, Ayyappa, Ganesh, Rama, Hanuman and Karthikeya.
One important passion of Indians or for that matter, any other individual on earth is clothes. One might feel that living in America makes access to Indian textile difficult. But it is not so. America has a lot of Indian textile shops and so does Cleveland. This city has a shop named Saree Mahal offers eye catching ghagra, salwar, sarees amidst other textiles. The shop has authentic and latest designs from India. The hand bags, purses, clutches, slippers and other cosmetics form an alluring collection. Indian lifestyle is enhanced by the products of this shop.
There are a lot of delicious restaurants that provide delectable Indian food. Indian Garden, Saffrons Patch, Jaipur Junction, The Mad Greek Restaurant, Cuisine of India and Udipi CafÃ© are some of the interesting restaurants in Cleveland that offer authentic Indian cuisine. For Indian grocery one could reach out to Patel Brothers, Frickaccio's Pizza market and Krishna Indian Grocery.
Indians are hard working people while they work and unleash into a world of ecstasy while in festive mood. Diwali, Navratri, Vinayaka Chaturti are important Indian festivals celebrated here with the due prayers, formalities and then of course, they wind up with food and colourful clothes.