Kerala Association of Greater Washington (KAGW) is the pre-eminent organization for Malayalees (Malayalam speaking people or the people from the South Indian state of Kerala) in Washington metro area serving them for more than 35 years.
The primary and distinguishing purpose of a cultural heritage organization like KAGW is to bind the community together by promoting
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Shanti is a registered non-profit charitable organization in the Washington Metropolitan Area working for the past 24 years to provide hope and empowerment for less fortunate women and children here and in Kerala, India.
Locally, we support a number of organizations including Covenant House,...
Talent Time: 2014 on April 05 & 26, Generally a two (2) day art and literary competition for youth in the Mid-Atlantic region. This program makes it possible for kids in this area to demonstrate their abundant creative and artistic aptitude.
Kerala /ˈkɛrələ/, referred to as Keralam (കേരളം), is a state in the south-west region of India on the Malabar coast. It was formed on 1 November 1956 as per the States Reorganisation Act by combining various Malayalam speaking regions.
The major programs organized by KAGW every year are listed below. The format of these events may vary depending on the creativity of the executive Committee. Click here for Past Events Videos and Photos