Future Events

Annual Dinner Night 2014

On: 15-Aug-2014

By: The Consulate General of India, Melbourne

Ikram Naqvi reported the results of his correspondence with various Indian cultural organizations in Australia. After some discussion it was unanimously decided to adopt the constitution of the "Indian Cultural Society of Australia" W.A., and to form an autonomous branch of this society in Tasmania. Thus emerged the Indian Cultural Society (Tasmania) to foster and stimulate Indian culture. It was hoped by our friends in Western Australia that similar branches will be formed in other states like Australia-China Society. Unfortunately that did not happen. In view of this we changed the name to the "Indian Cultural Society of Tasmania" (ICS) with a new constitution on 16th October 2005

 

Past Events

Annual Dinner Night 2013

On: 15-Aug-2013

By: The Consulate General of India, Melbourne

Ikram Naqvi reported the results of his correspondence with various Indian cultural organizations in Australia. After some discussion it was unanimously decided to adopt the constitution of the "Indian Cultural Society of Australia" W.A., and to form an autonomous branch of this society in Tasmania. Thus emerged the Indian Cultural Society (Tasmania) to foster and stimulate Indian culture. It was hoped by our friends in Western Australia that similar branches will be formed in other states like Australia-China Society. Unfortunately that did not happen. In view of this we changed the name to the "Indian Cultural Society of Tasmania" (ICS) with a new constitution on 16th October 2005

 

Annual Dinner Night 2012

On: 15-Aug-2012

By: The Consulate General of India, Melbourne

Ikram Naqvi reported the results of his correspondence with various Indian cultural organizations in Australia. After some discussion it was unanimously decided to adopt the constitution of the "Indian Cultural Society of Australia" W.A., and to form an autonomous branch of this society in Tasmania. Thus emerged the Indian Cultural Society (Tasmania) to foster and stimulate Indian culture. It was hoped by our friends in Western Australia that similar branches will be formed in other states like Australia-China Society. Unfortunately that did not happen. In view of this we changed the name to the "Indian Cultural Society of Tasmania" (ICS) with a new constitution on 16th October 2005