AIA MISSION

The Association of Indians in America (AIA) is the oldest national association of Asian Indians in America. It was founded on August 20, 1967 after the United States Congress passed the 1965-66 Immigration Act, repealing the Asian Exclusion Act of 1917. The constitution of the AIA was adopted in 1970 and was incorporated in 1971. The AIA obtained the IRS tax exempt status in 1973.

AIA is the grassroots national organization of Asian immigrants in United States, fostered on the democratic principle of “one member one vote”. With chapters and membership spread across the United States of America, AIA represents the hopes and aspirations of those immigrants who are united by their common bond of Indian Heritage and American Commitment.

INDAIN HERITAGE, AMERICAN COMMITMENT

Committee

Executive Committee

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30th Deepavali OFFICIAL COVERAGE

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AIA Souvenir

AIA SOUVENIR

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Deepavali event

Upcoming Events

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Gala Dinner

Gala DinnerAug 26th

The-AIA-NY-Chapter-Deepavali-Sponsorship-Package-for-Year-2017

Deepavali Festival Sponsorship package

Deepvali Sponsorship

DEEPVALI VENDOR FORM

Deepavali-2017

Deepavali
Gobind Munjal

Gobind Munjal

President

Gobind Munjal believes firmly in empowering the next generation of Indian Americans with the launch of Desi Next. With his CPA background and administrative & professional skills acquired at professional conglomerate company like Tata’s Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, as Sr. Vice President of Finance and Mergers & Acquisitions, gives him an edge.

Sponsors

AIA-NY’s 29th Deepavali boasts an audience of 100,000 people year after year that range from infants to the elderly from not just New York City, but all over! Hundreds of vendors and performers are a part of this grand celebration.

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