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Indian restaurant closing after almost 40 years in business

Raja Indian Restaurant in Buckhead has closed its doors after 37 years in business. The closing was quiet and only a sign on the door indicated the closure reported Tomorrow's News Today.

Note left on the door of Raja Indian Restaurant indicating their closure. photo from www.tonetoatl.com/2017/04/buckheads-raja-indian-restaurant.html#more

Ramen Saha, a native of Calcutta, India, opened Raja in 1979. The restaurant, located at 2955 Peachtree Road, closed April 2. The 2,350-square-foot space is currently available for lease.

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