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The Indian Community Center is a voluntary organisation which encourages people to learn about all aspects of Indian culture . Set up in 1981 and located on the Clifton Street. its community development and outreach programmes promote integration between the Indian the wider community.
News & Events
  • Holi                         16 March 2014
  • Rakhsa Bandhan       10 Aug 2014
  • Ganesh chathurthi    29 Aug 2014
  • Dashera                        3 Oct 2014
  • Diwali                         23 Oct 2014
Belfast Temple Gallery


Services
1. Talks on Indian values and    spirituality.
2. Indian heritage talks.
3. Indian vedic chanting sessions.
4. Vedic mathematics.
5. Science and spirituality in Indian     culture.
6. Introduction to Indian culture and        religions.
7. Bhagwad Gita Talks.
8. Cultural information session.
9. Indian Dances & Performances
10. Henna Application /
     Demonstration

Address
Indian Community Center (ICC)
86 clifon street, Belfast BT 13 1AB
Tel no : +(44) 028 9024 9746
Email Us
iccnibelfast@gmail.com

Contact Us
Dr. Satyavir Singhal : 078 2896 9417
Mr. Bharat Sharma : 078 8621 9383
Visitors Information
Opening hours :
9.00 AM to 1.00 PM
5.00 PM to 8.00 PM

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The Indian community center

is a voluntary organization, which encourages people to learn about all aspects of Indian culture . Set up in 1981 and located on the Clifton Street, Its community development and outreach programmes promote integration between the Indians and other communities in N Ireland.

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Mission

Our mission is to provide support to the Indian community and develop good relations with the wider community.

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Vision

we strive for a totally inclusive society in northern Ireland in which the Indian community plays its part as a positive, constructive,vibrant and confident constituent.

The current management committee and office bearers are as below:
Chairman Mr Bharat Sharma
Vice Chairman Mr Ashok Harish
Secretary Dr. Satyam Singhai
Treasurer Mr. Ash Khosia
Committee Member & Youth Coordinator Mr Abhey Gupta
Committee Member Dr. Anil Kashyap

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Holi, 17 March 2014

Holika Dahan also Kamudu pyre is celebrated by burning Holika, the devil. For many traditions in Hinduism, Holi celebrates the death of Holika in order to save Prahlad, and thus Holi gets its name. In olden days, people use to contribute a piece of wood or two for Holika bonfire.

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