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      The Kerala Samajam of Greater New York (Samajam) was formed as a non-profit, non-political organization to assist the Indian community in their cultural, social, and educational development. Since the inception of the organization, it has been conducting various community activities involving public awareness and cultural development that are added advantages to especially new immigrants. Community meetings and seminars on various subjects of relevance were conducted to share information to the new immigrants that would help them to understand the power of diversity and get blended into the community easily and be a viable member of the community.

      The Samajam is devoted to promoting a spirit of brotherly hood and friendship among all people, but particularly among those people and their descendants from the Indian Federal State known as Kerala, formerly known as Travancore, Cochin and Malabar. The people from this area are commonly called the Malayalam People and their culture is termed Malayalam. A specific but not exclusive purpose shall be to inculcate in its membership, particularly those members born in the United States an aware of their Malayalam identity, its heritage and language; to stimulate their intellectual interest in the literature and culture of the Malayalam people.

      The Samajam assists in charitable and educational work of any nature deemed beneficial and within the best interest of the organization and to society as a whole. The Samajam committed to hold membership meeting and drives have social gathering,s give dinner, cultural shows, conduct classes and lectures an to do all things necessary and incidental for the realization of the aim.