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Mahatma Gandhi District #5
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In 1985 the Gahunias family, an Indian American family, began the Raja Sweets business in an area which at the time did not have a concentration of Indian American businesses. Within a three year period, India Grocers opened a location in the area. As time passed, more and more Indian American and Pakistani American businesses moved to the area. Existing Indian American businesses in the area expanded.
While being made up of Indian shops and having a large Indian population for a long time, it was not officially named until January 16, 2010 when the City of Houston held a naming ceremony. The Mayor of Houston, Annise Parker, and the Consul General of India in Houston, Sanjiv Arora, announced the name change.
You are looking for a pill bottle. Sorry, no swag for FTF on this series, just bragging rights.
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