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The descendants of the Gujarati immigrant generation have also made high levels of advancement into professional fields, including as physicians, engineers and politicians.In August 2016, Air India commenced single aircraft (no transfer) flight service between Ahmedabad and Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, via London Heathrow International Airport.Given the Gujarati propensity for business enterprise, a number of them opened shops and motels.Now in the 21st century over 40% of the hospitality industry in the United States is controlled by Gujaratis.The major communities in Gujarat are the traditional Agriculturalist such as Patel, Bharvad, and Rabari, Artisan communities (Gurjar, Prajapati, Sindhi Mochi), Brahmin communities (such as Joshi, Anavil, Nagar, Modh), Farming communities (such as Choudhary Jats and Koli people, Genealogist communities (such as Charans and Barots), Kshatriya communities (such as Koli Thakor The major Gujarati Muslim communities include Nizari Ismailis, Bhadala, Daudi Bohra, Memon, Khoja, Sayyid, Siddhi and Vahora.
Both Hindus and Muslims have established caste or community associations, temples, and mosques to cater for the needs of their respective communities.Gujaratis in Britain are regarded as affluent middle-class peoples who have assimilated into the milieu of British society.Cities with significant Gujarati populations include Leicester and London boroughs of Brent, Barnet, Harrow and Wembley.These Pakistani Gujaratis belong mainly to the Ismāʿīlī, Khoja, Dawoodi Bohra, Chundrigar, Charotar Sunni Vohra, Muslim Kutchi, Muslim Khatri and Memon groups; however, many Gujaratis are also a part of Pakistan's small but vibrant Hindu community.
Famous Gujaratis of Pakistan include Muhammed Ali Jinnah (father of Pakistan), Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar (sixth Prime Minister of Pakistan), Sir Adamjee Haji Dawood (philanthropist), Abu Bakr Osman Mitha (Major-General), Abdul Razzak Yaqoob (philanthropist), Javed Miandad (Pakistani cricketer), Abdul Gaffar Billoo (philanthropist), Sarfraz Ahmed(Pakistani cricketer), Ramzan Chhipa (philanthropist), Tapu Javeri (Pakistani fashion and art photographer), Pervez Hoodbhoy (Pakistani nuclear physicist)Gujaratis have achieved a high demographic profile in many urban districts worldwide, notably in India Square, or Little Gujarat, in Bombay, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA, within the New York City Metropolitan Area, as large-scale immigration from India continues into New York, The United States has the second-largest Gujarati diaspora after Pakistan.
At a population of around 600,000 Gujaratis form almost half of the Indian community who live in the UK (1.2 million).