Indian Community Centre Belfast

Indian Community Centre Belfast

The Indian Community Center is a voluntary organisation which encourages the level of participation and inclusion in the service it provides to involve outside agencies in bringing equal access to statutory services to develop cultural awareness both with the Indian Community and the wider community.

Set up in 1981 and located on the Clifton Street. its community development and outreach programmes promote integration between the Indian the wider community.


  1. Talks on Indian values and spirituality.
  2. Indian heritage talks.
  3. Indian vedic chanting sessions.
  4. Vedic mathematics.
  5. Science and spirituality in Indian culture.
  6. Introduction to Indian culture and religions.
  7. Bhagwad Gita Talks.
  8. Cultural information session.
  9. Indian Dances & Performances.
  10. Henna Application / Demonstration.

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Contact Details

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86 Clifton Street
Co Antrim
BT13 1AB
United Kingdom


028 9024 9746


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