- Bengali Association of NSW (BANSW)
Bengali Association of NSW (BANSW) is a not-for-profit charitable and cultural organization in Australia. The Organization was established in 1974, and registered under the New South Wales Charitable Collections Act 1934. During the time of its inception, there were only twelve (12) members. Currently, the members of Bengali Association of NSW are nearly 300. The key objective of Bengali Association of New South Wales is to foster the Bengali culture and heritage, including Bengali language, history, literature, music etc, in Australia mostly in NSW. Since its inception, the Association has been consistently arranging various programmes (e.g. amusement, cultural and religious) and charitable works in New South Wales, Australia. Bengali Association of NSW is run by a Management Committee made up of President, Secretary, Treasurer and six members, they all are elected yearly. At Present, the President of BANSW is Soumava Dey.
Contact Info:Bengali Association of NSW:
GPO Box 4928
Published Date: 04/08/2014