Tennessee Indian Community Guide

Food, Attorneys, Temples, Travel Agents & More

Although Tennessee may not have as many Indians as California, New Jersey, New York or Illinois, there's still a sizeable desi community in the state.

With more than 24,000 people of Indian origin in the state, desis account for about 0.40% of Tennessee's population.
Ganesha Temple
Ganesha Temple Nashville, TN
The majority of Indians in Tennessee live either in Memphis or Nashville.

An annual India Fest event put together by the India Association of Memphis showcases all things Indian.

The Telugu Association of Memphis is an active body that frequently organizes events drawing the community together.

Indian Experience in Tennessee

Indian restaurants in Memphis, Nashville, and Chattanooga offer Paneer Tikka Masala, Tandoori Chicken, Chicken Tikka Masala Curries, Pongal, Dosai and more.

If you love street food like Bhel Puri or Samosa Chaat, not to worry. Memphis has Indian fast food joints to pander to your Chaat craving.

Latest Bollywood and Tollywood films are frequently screened in Memphis cinema houses.

Hindi and Telugu movies are screened in Nashville too lately.

Hindu temples and Gurdwaras in Memphis and Nashville are social hubs for Indians particularly over the weekends.

Featuring Indian immigration attorneys, travel agents, Indian restaurants, grocery, temples and more, TNIndia.us is a useful resource to the visiting and local Indian community in Tennessee.