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India Cultural Center is a non-profit organization that celebrates the arts and culture of India. Our mission is to foster inclusion by educating and engaging the community in Indian culture.

Upcoming Events


HoliFest 2024

HoliFest 2024 photos are on Facebook, Instagram, and the Greenwich Free Press.

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Historical Fiction with YA author Veera Hiranandani 

Newberry Honor author Veera Hiranandani talks about Amil and the After and The Night Diary in the backdrop of Partition.


Lunch with Seniors

 Join ICC Lunch with Seniors for tali lunches at Taj Cuisine in Stamford.

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Lunch with Seniors

August Lunch Destination to be announced.


Fall 2024
My Story Our Future

For teens, an oral history workshop that connects them with their heritage and an opportunity to learn how South Asian have contributed to American history.


Senior & Friends Rubin Museum Tour 

Visit the Rubin with ICC before it closes.


Henna Class

Learn the art of henna.  Bring a friend.


ICC's 12th Annual Gala

ICC's gala celebrates Diwali. 


Over 1,500 people celebrated HoliFest 2024

HoliFest 2024 was epic!  Over 1,500 turned out and enjoyed a great show by Shivaay Dance, food, Carnegie Prep Teen Tent, the Kid Zone by the YMCA, henna artists, Live Life in 360 surround video and of course a huge color throw.  Get links to photos HERE.

My Story Our Future repeated at Greenwich Historical Society.

Seven ICC teens curated and exhibited family artifacts at the second My Story Our Future Opening Reception on February 4 attended by Senator Richard Blumenthal and Congressman Jim Himes at the Greenwich Historical Society.  ICC Founders Nisha Arora, Mudita Bhargava, and Meera Gilbert spoke about the contributions of ICC and South Asian Americans to the community.

Over 1,000 people joined ICC to celebrate HoliFest 2023

ICC lucked out with beautiful weather to host a community-wide celebration of joyful new beginnings.  Thank you to Signature sponsors Redfin and Cafe Spice.

Greenwich Times gives ICC teens front page coverage of Greenwich Historical Society exhibit

The front page of the February 4, 2023 issue of the Greenwich Times featured the story behind My Story Our Future oral history workshops and the exhibit at Greenwich Historical Society on display from February 13 to February 25. 

Announcing the release of My Story Our Future: South Asian American Youth Voices of Connecticut!

My Story, Our Future is a youth-centered oral history project with South Asian American middle and high school students in collaboration with the Asian and Asian American Studies Institute at UConn, India Cultural Center, Greenwich Historical Society, and Maum Consulting. Listen to the stories on the AAASI Podcast. These stories help construct a new archive to build homegrown Asian American studies. New resources like this strengthen families and communities while also creating relatable lessons for a K-12 Asian American Studies curriculum.

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