The Indian Cultural Association was formed to bring the diverse communities of Howard County together through programs, events, resources, community outreach, wellness programs, and community support services.
Celebrating our Art, Culture
Customs & Heritage. Serving our people
ICA was formed
to serve our community
End Systemic Racism in the food system and in every aspect of life in Howard County.
More food to hungry families in our community than the Howard County Food Bank!
IN THE NEWS
Over 1,000,000 lbs of food distributed to struggling families in our community.
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Interview with our Founder
24% of families in Maryland arre food insecure. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused immense pain and suffering to families in our community.
As a part of our COVID response, ICA has distributed over 1 million pounds of food to needy families in our community. "Seva" means selfless service to those in need. Seva is a core belief in Indian culture. We are here to help. If you need help, please contact us - Email: , or Phone: 410-567-6599
Namaste is a common greeting among Indians everywhere. We bow slightly and clasp our hands to say hello, good bye, thank you and to express gratitude. There is a deeper meaning, it says: I bow to the divine in you. Indians (Hindu) see the divine in everything, in each other, in all living beings, each and every creature. it calls upon us to do no harm onto others and to live life gently. Namaste everyone!
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