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.
Huntsville India Association (HIA) is pleased to announce the biggest and most exciting event of the year – Diwali 2017, on Saturday October 28th in the auditorium of Columbia High School in Huntsville. This year's theme is "Namaste India!".
We have a wonderful blend of performances ranging from dances, skits, musical performances, and more! So don't miss out.
The event is going to be a wonderful blend of colors, music, dance, fashion and much more!
Time: 4 - 8 PM
Cultural Event will start at 4 PM SHARP followed by Dinner
HIA Members: Adults - $10, Children (Ages 7 and below) - $5
Non-members: Adults - $15, Children (Ages 7 and below) - $10
Children 2 and under: Free
Purchase Tickets Here!
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.
HIA Presents 2nd Annual Indian Street Food Festival
Food Fest was a huge success with over 1000+ people attending the event.
Heartfelt thanks to all the volunteers who have made this event possible.
Holi Hungama 2017