AZIndia started in April 1999 with a core mission to provide services to the Indo-American community of Arizona. Since its inception, it has been playing an important role in reaching out to people from South Asian sub-continents
Currently, we are a valuable resource in linking businesses, religious establishments, and social events with the Indo-American community in the valley. AZIndia has also been playing a pivotal role in bringing regular quality entertainment to the valley in the form of Movies of various languages including Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Punjabi, Urdu and Musical Events of prominent Indian and Pakistani artists.
Our Website AZIndia.com has a reach of 50,000 registered members and is visited by 80,000 unique visitors every month. Combined with our solid reputation as trusted member of the community, we pride ourselves in our non-biased support for all local businesses, non-profit groups, and history of community service.
AZIndia has been an integration part of informing and uniting the Indo-American community in the Valley. AZIndia had its humble beginnings in 1999 as AZIndia.com and AZIndia Newspaper. In the early summer of 2000, the newspaper changed its name as “Valley India times” and moved under different ownership, since then it has grown and is currently mailed to 4500 households and an additional 1500 newspapers are distributed to local business, restaurants, and holy establishments. AZIndia.com changed its ownership in early 2008 continued to grow its presence. Now in 2016 we are proud to reunite these two streams of information under the same umbrella as Azindia.com and AZIndia Times.
AZIndia is an artifact of the Indo-American society’s presence within Arizona. It has consistently documented the culture, traditions, milestones, and thoughts of the Indo-American community in Arizona since 1999.