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Slideshow: The Diversity of Fort Bend County

Use this slideshow to look at Fort Bend County, which is the nation's most ethnically diverse county, according to a Rice University sociology professor.

BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, a Hindu temple in Stafford, is surrounded by apartments and suburban homes.
Workers from Rajasthan, India, clean the intricately carved BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir.
Workers from Rajasthan, India, take a break from cleaning the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir.
Jaanvi Sabharwal's hands were decorated with henna for an Indian wedding she attended in Sugar Land. She was visiting from Toronto.
Canadian Nikhil Sabharwal, with a Punjabi dance stick used in wedding celebrations, stands outside a hotel after attending an Indian wedding with members of his family who live in Sugar Land.
Parval (pointed gourd) and Karela (bitter melon) are available at Keemat Grocers, an Indian grocery store in Sugar Land that recently moved to an expanded location.
Keemat Grocers, an Indian grocery store in Sugar Land, serves Fort Bend county's diverse population.
A sign advertises in Chinese that Spam is on sale at the 99 Ranch Market in Sugar Land.
Shoppers who identified themselves as Indian, Filipino, Egyptian and Jamaican, check out the stock of persimmons at the 99 Ranch Market in Sugar Land, which caters to Fort Bend County's diverse population.
Lynne Gabriel, a fashion blogger of Filipino descent, at the Sugar Land town square.

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