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Fokana __ "The first recorded arrival of an Indian visitor to America (Salem, Massachusetts) was on December 29, 1790. Ever since, people from India have settled in United States. The immigration Act of 1960 gave an impetus to this. According to the latest census, there are 1.3 million Indian Americans in the U.S of which around 500,000 are Keralites." Learn who the Keralites are and their contributions to the U.S. - illustrated - From - 

India Network Foundation __ You will find articles and news relating to both India and the U.S. There is information about immigration, population (for both the U.S. and India), flood relief, India radio, and business services. Some links are slow and some are not working but there is still enough information to make a visit worthwhile. - From - 
Indo American Center __ The Indo American Center is a non-profit organization catering to the Indo-American community. You will learn about their history and goals. Learn about membership, childrens programs and much more. - From - 


Indo-American Society __ Not really as much about Indo-Americans but some good information anyway. "The Indo-American Society (IAS) is a forum for intellectual and cultural exchange and for the promotion of friendship between the peoples of India and America." - From -

Indo-Americans Organization - Where all Indo-Americans come together __ "The largest online national 
organization where all Indo-Americans can communicate with each other, become a strong political force and help each other for the overall advancement of Indian American community. All members of Indo-American Community are welcome to join." - From -

Kalakendra--Society for the Performing Arts of India, Portland Oregon __ "Kalakendra is a nonprofit organization with a mission to introduce, and enhance awareness of various performing arts of India through presenting concerts, dances and workshops." - From - 


The Pattern of Hinduism and Hindu Temple Building in the U.S. __ "Hinduism has become increasingly established in the U.S. through a series of encounters over the past 150 years. These encounters are emblematic of Americans' increasing familiarity with Indian, and Asian, traditions; of contact between Americans and Indian immigrants, and of relationships among cultural traditions in a society that is self-consciously pluralistic." You will learn how this has helped spread Hinduism in the U.S. - illustrated - From -

Stastistics for Indo-Americans __ "There are 1,678,765 Indo-Americans in the USA." Learn where they like to live. - From -


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