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Namaskaram

The Executives, Trustees and members of the Then India Sanmarga Ikya (NZ) Sangam would like to wish everyone a

Happy and Prosperous Diwali

The Sangam has been active in New Zealand for over 25 years  


The National T.I.S.I. (NZ) Sangam was formed in 1999 due to the need to better organise the various Sangam groups and branches into a formal structure.


There are now over 20 groups throughout New Zealand.


T.I.V. Sangam men’s youth groups and Maathar Sangam women's groups hold regular activities and meetings.


Activities include Tamil Natak dance performances, annual sports competitions, diwali events, and social and dinner functions.   


The Sangam in New Zealand was formed along the lines of the T.I.S.I. Sangam in Fiji, which is the largest non-government organisation in the country.  Initially formed in Fiji in 1926 in Fiji, it is also the largest non-public provider of education with 26 schools and numerous pre-schools.  There are dozens of branches and temples around  Fiji.


Many new projects are planned for the upcoming year, including :

- The construction of a new Temple and Hall

- The purchase of a Mini-bus for transporting of Elderly members to functions and events

- Sangam Awards Dinner, to honour people who have made a significant contribution to Sangam

- Hosting of the bi-annual Sangam World Cup (which includes sports teams and participants from NZ, Fiji, Australia, USA and Canada)

- Improve advocacy work, and enhance current advisory services

- Updating of the website

- Increasing awareness of Sangam and its activities




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