The India Cultural Center (ICC) of Utah was established as a non-profit wholly owned subsidiary of the Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple in November 1999.
The ICC's primary function is to promote the heritage, arts, crafts, sports and culture of India.
The ICC building is a 8,378 square feet multi- use facility located in South Jordan Utah.
It will host a number of events that showcase the heritage of India and South Asia.
Saturday, May 8 and Sunday, May 9, 2021
As you all are already aware of, India is experiencing a significant surge in the COVID-19 cases and the associated depletion of various supporting needs.
As with various initiatives in the past, the Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple of Utah and India Cultural Center of Utah have initiated the India Needs Fund to help provide funds to organizations that are assisting with relief aids in India.
Please Click here to donate or send in your donation with a note "India Needs Fund- COVID relief 2021".
Note: Donations to Temple / ICC are tax deductible.
Premiered On Monday April 12, 2021
Violin: M.R. Gopinath
Mridangam: Srimushnam V. Raja Rao
Ghatam: Tiruchi Murali
Hindustani Jaltarang-Sitar Jugalbandi concert.
Premiered On Saturday March 13, 2021
Pt. Milind Tulankar on Jaltarang
Pt. Ramdas Palsule on Tabla
Sahana Banerjee on Sitar
The India Cultural Center (ICC) of Utah was established as a non-profit wholly owned subsidiary of the Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple in November 1999.The ICC's primary function is to promote the heritage, arts, crafts, sports and culture of India.
The ICC contributes to the health and vibrancy of Utah by nurturing artistic expression and promoting critical thinking through the creation and presentation of compelling artistic programs.
The ICC has taken up a leadership role towards preserving the classical music and dance forms of India.
Vision and Mission:
To promote and preserve the educational and socio-cultural traditions of people of Asian Indian ethnic heritage, Indo-Americans and Friends of India and to organize and develop arts, charitable, social, cultural and educational activities of interest to them.
To build a center for hosting cultural events which showcase the arts and heritage of India and South Asia.
To establish funding for the continued upkeep and functioning of this Center, while preserving the sanctity and spirit of its surroundings.
We acknowledge the annual grants from
ICC is run by seven board directors elected each year.
You can book Auditorium and class rooms.
The ICC sponsors and presents a number of classical music, ballet, art and other cultural programs every year.
We host a number of events that showcase the heritage of India.
Number of classes are held in ICC.
ICC is a non-profit wholly owned subsidiary of the Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple