Aurangabad Linux User Group: an association of Linux enthusiasts in the city of Aurangabad, MH, India, started on April 1, 2001. This is a non-profit group, which anyone can join for free
Bangalore Linux User Group
a huge group of Linux users here - several thousand over the various mailing lists, and 60-100 attend every meeting
a heterogeneous group of computer users from the South Indian city of Chennai (formerly, Madras), united in our use and support of Free Software in general and the GNU/Linux operating system in particular
Coimbatore Linux User Group
students of Coimbatore Institute Of Technology (C.I.T ), Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
Linux User Group in Durgapur, West Bengal, India
GNU/Linux User Group of India - Mumbai Chapter
Haifa Linux Club
designed to be a home for Linux users and programmers in the Haifa area. Haifux (our nick to the club) is actually Haifa Linux Users Group
ILUG Cochin Chapter
ILUG Cochin Chapter meets once every month. At such informal meets, we exchange ideas, and help each other understand GNU/Linux more. This team effort helps everyone in the group. The ILUG-Cochin user meets are held on the third Sunday of every month
Kolkata chapter of the Indian Linux Users's group (ILUG-CAL) is a non-profit, volunteer driven organisation dedicated to the propagation and usage of GNU/Linux in Kolkata, and in West Bengal
India Linux Users' Group, Delhi: a group of very closely knit people, where everyone knows each other, and is willing to participate in everyone else's projects.
Indian Linux Users Group Ccchin
the Cochin chapter of Linux India is run by GNU/Linux enthusiasts in and around Cochin
India's Linux User Group
Linux Users Group Bombay
a group devoted to spreading awareness about Linux, the Open Source Unix clone in Bombay and around
Linux Users Group Delhi
Mhow Linux User Group is a friendly neighborhood LUG. It's a humble beginning in our town, to cater for need of Linux users.
Pune GNU/Linux Users Group
meets once a month to discuss and promote
Linux in corporate and academic areas.
We have about 25 active and about 100 mailing
Linux Users Group Trivandrum (TuX) is a non-profit association of individuals, groups, corporations and others that work towards the promotion of and helping direct the growth of the Linux operating system and the Linux community.
Twin Cities Linux Group is a group for GNU/Linux and open source enthusiasts, professionals, students, corporates and people of Hyderabad and Secunderabad. The members are geographically located in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India.
Visakhapatnam Linux User Group
commited to the advocacy of linux