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Assam in Australia
We the members of this association have got together to share the rich cultural heritage of Assam and North Eastern Region of India with greater Australian community so that people from Assam and North Eastern region of India become an inclusive part of Australia’s multicultural, multilingual society.
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About us

VISION

Our vision is to share the rich cultural heritage of Assam and North Eastern Region of India with greater Australian community so that people from Assam and North Eastern region of India become an inclusive part of Australia’s multicultural, multilingual society.

MISSION

To advance rich cultural heritage of Assam and North Eastern Region of India and become active member of the broader Australian society.

The Assam Association of Australia NSW is a community organisation for the people of Assamese and North East Indian origin as well as people with an interest in the naturally and culturally rich states of North-eastern India. We aim to do this by:

  1. Helping the younger generation preserve and protect and advance our cultural heritage;
  2. Helping promote our culture to the broader Australian community by organising our events such as Bihu and participating in other events of North East Indian Region;
  3. Helping us, the Assamese and North-East Indian Diaspora, help ourselves;
  4. Helping new migrants and temporary residents from Assam and North East Indian region to network and build friendships to make their process of settling-in much easier
  5. Providing new migrants and students of Assam and North-East Indian Region with information on their entitlements relevant to their temporary and/or permanent status by Holding information session if required
  6. Expand the services that will help settling in process smoother for newly arrived migrants and students of Assam and North-East Indian Region;
  7. Create awareness amongst Assamese and North East Indians about Australian Multiculturalism and respect diversity
  8. Helping serve Assam and North-East Indian Region in their efforts for economic and social advancement.

We value the knowledge, experience and passion of our members and assist in developing the Assam Association of Australia to grow stronger so that we can provide services to the people from Assam and North East Indian Region relevant to their needs

Events

Cultural and Literary Meet 2021

Date: Saturday the 11th of December 2021

Venue: Beecroft Community Centre
111 Beecroft Road Beecroft, Beecroft NSW 2119

Bon-Bhoj 2022

31st July 2022, Sunday

Venue: Fibrosa and Crebra Pavilions, Worcester Road, Rouse Hill

Time: 10am – 4pm

Bohag Bihu 2022

Date: Saturday, 30th April 2022

Bohag Bihu 2022 celebrations will be held at Penant Hills Community Center starting 5 PM onwards. The detailed announcement can be found here. Please contact the AAA executive committee for more information.

Cultural and Literary Meet 2020

This event is over. You can access the arcvhive here.

Date: 17th October 2020

Time: 20:15 AEST

Bon-bhuj 2020

This event was not organized in 2020 due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Executive Committee

Executive member – ACT Coordinator, Magazine, Public Media & Promotion
Executive member – Logistics
President
Secretary
Treasurer
Executive member – Cultural
Executive member – Cultural
Executive member – IT, Food & Logistics
Executive Member – Event Coordinator & Magazine
Executive member – ACT Coordinator, Magazine, Public Media & Promotion

Executive member – ACT Coordinator, Magazine, Public Media & Promotion

Debolina

Debolina hails from Guwahati. She completed her education from Pune and Chandigarh and after working in Mumbai for over two years she tied the knot and moved to Australia in 2006 and settled in Sydney for over ten years after which she moved to the capital city Canberra with her family. Debolina recently returned from France with her family where she spent a year travelling around Europe and being close to the Assamese community in mainland Europe. She has carved a niche for herself as a financial Consultant and has been always culturally inclined. Debolina believes having a sense of community embraces spirit, character, pride and a sense of belonging.

Executive member – Logistics

Executive member – Logistics

Prasenjit

Prasenjit is from Guwahati. He moved to Sydney in 2014 along with his wife Jinny. His two beautiful daughters were born in Australia. Prasenjit is an active member of AAA and loves to play tennis and is a foodie.

President

President

Mrinal Saikia

Mrinal is from Jorhat, Assam. Mrinal moved to Sydney, Australia in 2005. Mrinal lives in Riverstone, NSW with his wife Pragati Saikia and son Ady Saikia. Mrinal has been actively involved with the Assamese Community events since 2007

 

Secretary

Secretary

Aditya Shrutikar

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Treasurer

Surajit Barkakaty

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Executive member – Cultural

Executive member – Cultural

Prarthana Devi

Prarthana was born in the historic district of Sivasagar, Assam. She moved to Sydney with her family in 2010 to pursue her doctoral studies at The University of Sydney. Since then she has been living here with her husband Saroj Kumar Bhattacharyya and two kids – Vedantik and Vedanshi. She works in the higher education sector as an academic and a researcher. Apart from that, she has a great interest in music and literature that is specifically related to Assamese culture and society.

Executive member – Cultural

Gargi Gogoi

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Executive member – IT, Food & Logistics

Executive member – IT, Food & Logistics

Chintanu 

Chintanu is originally from Nagaon, a centrally located area of Assam on the bank of Kalang, a major tributary of the mighty Brahmaputra river. As the new millennium began, he moved places for academic endeavours and lived in a few countries. Eventually in 2011, he landed up in the Harbour City for his Post-Doctorate at the University of New South Wales. Though later he had to live out of the state for close to a decade for professional reasons, since early this year of 2022 he returned to Sydney with his wife and two children to make this city their permanent abode.

Chintanu has a wide range of interests, and esp. considers himself as an avid enthusiast of literature and music.

Executive Member – Event Coordinator & Magazine

Nayan Barman

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