The Dawoodi Bohra families of The Woodlands Township, Texas have lived in the area for many years. Our 30 families worship at a local center in Conroe, Texas, which was established in 2013. Shk. Nooruddin Yamani is the first Aamil Saheb (or local leader) of The Woodlands, having led communities in Detroit, Toronto, and Houston over the last four decades before moving to The Woodlands.

Many of our community members are immigrants from India, Pakistan, and East Africa. Several members, though, are born and raised Americans and are now raising families of their own with strong ties to their mother countries and Texas alike.

Our Woodlands community includes professionals and small business owners, including 12 physicians practicing in the Northwest Houston metropolitan area. Our community members are actively involved in The Woodlands area events, ranging from environmental initiatives, interfaith gatherings, and professional associations.

We’re excited about a state of the art new medical center being developed right here in The Woodlands; many community members are contributing to its success.

We are committed to integrating within our community and embracing all cultures just as we have been embraced by many over the years.

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