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North East Ohio Marathi Mandal (NEOMM) is a non-profit, non-political organization primarily engaged in promoting social and cultural aspects of the State of Maharashtra, of the Country of India, and particularly the Marathi language.
email@example.com Contact: 216-926-4264
Founded : 1976
President : Tanmayee Dixit
Mission : Preserve Marathi Community, Traditions and Ego as Marathi .... but at the same time be worth while towards to those who care and love.North East Maharashtra Mandal Cleveland – a non-profit organization was established in 1976 in order to foster and cherish distinctive cultural heritage of Marathi speaking people from India, residing in the Cleveland Ohio area. The main objective of this organization was to maintain Marathi culture, Indian values and the traditions by organizing musical concerts, staging dramas, dance performances, and encouraging the youth participation in various social and cultural activities. In order to transmit Marathi cultural heritage to the next generation, festivals like MakarSankrant, Holi, Diwali and Ganesh Utsav are celebrated by focusing on our customs, rituals and traditions.
Since our inception, Maharashtra Mandal has been trying to structure the relationship among its members by promoting unity and bringing people together.लाभले अम्हास भाग्य बोलतो मराठी, जाहलो खरेच धन्य ऐकतो मराठी ||
धर्म, पंथ, जात एक जाणतो मराठी, एवढ्या जगात माय मानतो मराठी||
weburl : www.neomm.org
Bengali Cultural Society
Bengali Cultural Society of Cleveland
President : Utpal Dutta
Mission : The mission of the association shall be the promotion of Bengali culture and literature in the United States and to promote friendship and cultural exchange with other organizations and groups, American and foreign, in the United States.
The association will be a meeting ground of Bengalees and their friends in Northeastern Ohio and will provide opportunity for the families and friends of Bengalees in Northeastern Ohio to learn Bengali language, culture, and traditions.
The association shall be a non-profit organization and will exist as an incorporated association of its members.
The association shall be non-commercial, non-sectarian, and non-partisan. The name of the association or the name of any member in office shall not be used in any partisan interest if not related to the objectives of the association.
weburl : http://www.bcscle.org/
India Cultural Garden
The India Garden is part of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens, the hidden jewel within Rockefeller Park-- a two mile tranquil stretch north of University Circle. The India Garden is located off Martin Luther King Rd. south of St. Clair Avenue and the Rockefeller Park Greenhouse.
The Cultural Gardens were conceived for the purpose of honoring and celebrating Cleveland's cultural diversity and to symbolize peace, brotherhood and harmony among people of all nations. They were built in the early 1900s and are the result of a joint effort between the various ethnic communities, the City of Cleveland and the Federal Government. They continue to remain a major landmark in the city of Cleveland. They represent the first, most comprehensive and finest memorial to peace, brotherhood and unity in this country.
Although the plot for the India Garden was given to the community many years ago, it was only in 1997, through the efforts of NetIP, led by Seema Haria that the India Garden first took shape. Lacking any permanent structures, the garden subsequently ceased to exist. In 1999, FICA, under the leadership of then President Raj Pillai undertook the task of building a permanent Garden by mobilizing community support. Then board member (and subsequently FICA president) Vijaya Emani championed the effort.
The India Cultural Garden (ICG) Committee was formed in 2002 to choose a design for the garden and to move the project forward. After evaluating several firms, the committee invited proposals from 3 architects. The winning design was the one submitted by architect Chester Turner, and it was further developed by landscape architect Jim McKnight. Key features of the design are: a circular walkway with granite pillars carrying inscriptions, a Mahatma Gandhi Statue, a gate reminiscent of the Sanchi Stupa, and steps leading to Doan Brook, the stream which flows behind the garden (reminiscent of steps on the banks of many Indian rivers).
Mahatma Gandhi : India Cultural Garden
Support : Please help support the ongoing development of this symbol of peace and universal brotherhood.
To reach the India Garden, take the Martin Luther King Rd. exit off I-90 and go south towards University Circle. The India Garden is situated on the west side of Martin Luther King Blvd. between Superior and St. Clair Avenues, adjacent to the Finnish Garden and directly opposite the Syrian Garden.
The Federation of India Community Associations of Northeast Ohio (FICA Cleveland) is an organization dedicated to serving the needs of the Asian Indian Community in Northeast Ohio. From its humble beginnings as a student association in 1962, it has grown to be the voice of a diaspora of over 20,000 and on the increase. FICA helps Asian Indian families transition into the mosaic of greater Cleveland and in promoting greater understanding of Indian culture. Since 1967, it has published a monthly newspaper, the Lotus. As part of the Ohio bicentennial, a historic marker recognizing the milestones in the growth of the Indian community was dedicated in front of the Center in 2003.
Founded : 1962
Email: : FICA Cleveland
Mission : To organize events that promote the rich cultural heritage of India in greater Cleveland; to facilitate ongoing dialog with civic leaders regarding issues of importance to Asian Indian families in the region; to facilitate comfortable settling by creating a platform for the community's active participation in the civic life; to collaborate with local organizations to promote goodwill and understanding between diverse communities; to partner with business groups that promote ties between Indian and US firms and foster economic development. To promote Indian classical art and culture.
email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Association of Indian Physicians of Northern Ohio (AIPNO)
Email: email@example.comContact: 216-228-1168
Founded : 1983
President : Harigopal Balaji, MD
Mission : Association of Indian Physicians of Northern Ohio (AIPNO) is a 501(c)non-profit charitable organization founded in 1983 by a few dedicated physicians of Indian origin of Northern Ohio. This organization has a membership of more than 300 multi-specialty physicians geared towards enhancing the quality of health care by fostering excellence and professionalism in the practice of medicine and supporting efforts to improve the availability of health care to under-served populations in the community and in India.
weburl : http://www.aipno.org/
The Lotus is a monthly newspaper that reports on the Indian Community and its activities.
The Lotus has become the principal vehicle of communication for the Indian community in Northeast Ohio. It was started in 1967, and the oldest Indian Community newspaper in U.S.A. and the only non-profit Indian Community newspaper in Cleveland, Ohio.
The Lotus, first ever community newspaper, is seeking Volunteers to help out with Marketing, Editing, Story writing, Local event reporting, Community outreach. Please send your interest, experience, availability and contact information to lotus@Ficacleveland.org or firstname.lastname@example.org. You do not have to be of Indian origin, just interested in events, arts or anything influenced by and has a potential to impact people of Indian origin in North East Ohio.
Started : 1967
Lotus Editor : Ms. Parul Jain
Advertisement : About Advertising in The Lotus
Ads must be received by the Lotus Editor in camera-ready high resolution format (JPG, TIF, PPT, MS Word, PDF, etc.) by the 10th of the month, for publication in the following month's issue.
LOTUS/FICA will try its best to have the following month's issue distributed by the end of the same month or by the first week of the month for which the issue is dated (e.g. ad for March 2011 issue of Lotus must be received by the 10th of Feb 2011. Lotus will try to distribute the March 2011 issue by the end of Feb 2011 or by the first week of March 2011).
Please be assured that it is our utmost desire and aim to have the month of issue distributed by the end of the previous month. Ads that are not camera-ready will be charged a one time fee of $50.00 for making it print ready. Please note: copies of documents that are not print ready will result in blurry images for which we will not be responsible for.
We hope that you will support the Lotus, currently distributed to approximately 3,000 households and businesses which are primarily of Asian Indian heritage. In the future, we plan to distribute the Lotus to libraries and other institutions which show interest in ethnic heritage.
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