GaramChai.Com, New information portal for (Asian) Indians attracts 10,000 visitors

Share Article


Colorado Springs, USA

Contact: Mohan Babu


GaramChai.Com attracts 10,000 visitors

Colorado Springs (May 22, 2000) GaramChai.Com, the one stop information portal for Indians in the US, announced today that it has attracted over 10,000 visitors in the month of May 2000.

Launched in October 1999, GaramChai.Com has grown to become one of the most popular information portals for Indians in the US, attracting over 500 unique visitors a day.

GaramChai literally means 'hot tea' and the site aims to provide visitors with news and information about Indians in the US that is hot and current. aims to provide comprehensive information to Indian living in the United States who may need to maintain their lifestyles outside India. The site has a comprehensive listing of over 500 temples, gurudwaras and mosques, 750 Indian restaurants and 600 bazaars, and over 50 online Indian shops. Other listings include jewelers, wedding specialists, Indian Theaters, Beauty saloons. "All the listings are at your fingertips. Any Indian can come to and find all the information that is needed. It is a really unique concept" Mohan Babu, Chief ChaiWalla of GaramChai.Com, said.

One of the unique features of the site is the comprehensive database of Indian dance and music academies offering courses and classes in Indian music, dance and culture in the US. GaramChai.Com also provides a forum for individuals to post their talents and interests that will help them network with other Indians with similar interests in the US. Other features of the site include detailed information on immigration and comparisons of different calling plans to India. Anu Gupta, a leading immigration attorney provides articles and write-up's on immigration at A recent addition focuses on the success of Indian immigrants in the United States and currently profiles Pultizer prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri. Every week, the homepage of the site displays a painting or photograph contributed by one of its visitors. Other topic areas include student associations, adoption, charities and finance.

Working on the free-forum concept of the internet, the site is completely user driven, depending on loyal visitor's suggestions for listings and features. The site is constantly growing and has the potential to become a one-stop portal for Indians in the US. With the large amounts of information, the site is well organized, dividing most listings into state categories. Sending comments or suggestions is simple with a form that is provided on the site. :

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Mohan Babu
Email >