Huntsville India Association is a 40 year old non profit, non partisan, non sectarian, and secular organization, which represents the Asian Indian community in North Alabama. One of the most important objectives of the organization is to educate Huntsville and North Alabama communities about India, which is the world's largest democracy. The organization undertakes charitable, educational, scientific, and cultural programs.
HIA's Holi Festival,2020
The Huntsville India Association invites you to the annual Indian festival of colors, Holi, on Saturday March 21st, 2020. Holi signifies the end of winter and onset of spring. The same festival that inspired Color Runs all across the country! The celebration takes place at the Hindu Cultural Center from 11 am till 3 pm, and will include dance, music, food and, of course, a color powder frenzy! The public is invited to attend. follow us on Facebook @ Huntsville India Association.
Food: $5 per person
Holi Colors: TBD
HIA Annual Picnic 2018
The Huntsville India Association (HIA) would like to invite you to the Annual HIA Picnic 2018. It is that time of the year again when the gingham cloths are spread on picnic tables and the aroma of Indian food and barbecue touching your hearts. Bring your friends, family and your appetite!
WHEN: Saturday, September 1st, 10:30 am to 2:30 pm
WHERE: Monte Sano State Park, 5105 Nolen Ave SE, Huntsville, AL 35801
TICKETS: HIA picnic is FREE for HIA members.
Non-members $7 per adult, $3 for children under 8. Kids under 2 are free
Street Food Festival
The most awaited Indian Street Food Festival of the year is here! Come, sample our mouth-watering, delicious and irresistible Indian delicacies.
Venue - Bob Jones High School Cafeteria
650 Hughes Rd, Madison, AL 35758
Date: May 13, 2018
Time: 11 AM - 2 PM
Admission Fee: $7 Adults, $3 children (7 yrs+)
This is a fundraising event for HIA
Bollywood Star Sushant Singh Rajput Visits Huntsville!
Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput visited the Hindu Cultural Central of North Alabama on Thursday July 20th for a Meet & Greet with local members of the Indian Community.
He participated in a Q&A, signed autographs, took photos with fans, and left with commemorative items about Huntsville.