Indian Ethnic Ensemble registered in Wayne, NJ. Since then up till Dec 1994, the organization conducted several public events that promoted the much sought for human qualities and instilled cultural values in all beings young and old that were professed and recommended by the Mahatma Gandhi.
Owing to increasing demand of such community involvement, the organization envisioned the need to build a Social Services Center named after the Mahatma and a Hindu Temple for religious worship. Shri Morari Bapu who conducted a Ram Katha in Northern NJ, firmly believed that the Indian community is identified overseas by virtue of the Great Mahatma and thereby he suggested that an organization having a permanent institution with a facility should be established in the US.
- The India Cultural Society (ICS) was founded on Dec 12, 1973 as the state’s first Indian Non Profit Organization representing the Asian India Cultural Society is a socio – cultural organization also know as Mahatma Gandhi Center-Hindu Temple.
- It has been in existence for over 25 years, conducting various cultural events, festival celebrations, religious discourse, and educational services.
- Located over 6.5 acres of land in Wayne, New Jersey admist a quiet serene neighbourhood.