The land of opportunity. Plano and McKinney, located in Collin County, Texas, is known for its outdoor parks, excellent schools, businesses opportunity, cultural diversity, and inclusivity. The Dawoodi Bohra Community of Collin County has benefitted from the good fortune afforded by this area and look forward to positively contributing back to the community.

The community was established in 2016 with the blessings of His Holiness Dr. Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin (TUS), leader of the Dawoodi Bohra community. Currently 75 families strong, The Dawoodi Bohra Community of Collin County is in the process of constructing a Masjid, or mosque, that is set for completion in 2021. The Masjid project has brought together our members– young and old- and created a sense of “belonging.”

The Dawoodi Bohras of Collin County hail largely from the Indian subcontinent and have called Texas home for many years. From small business owners, IT and medical professionals, to realtors, professors, artists, and non-profit leaders, Dawoodi Bohras are tightly woven into  Collin County’s social and economic fabric. As proud Texans and patriotic Americans, we are committed to working with all communities to create a positive impact on society. We are united by a common set of enduring principles: a commitment to our faith, love for our country of residence, empowerment of women, and a responsibility to care for the environment and all that dwell in it.

Further, we continuously seek to contribute to our communities in positive and productive ways. In recent years, we have been engaged in numerous activities ranging from holding regular food drives to hand-sewing masks for healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.