Sponsored by Today, Sun, Jan 29 2023 Accraexpat sign in left Member Login | Sign Up Accraexpat sign in right   Sponsored by
Accraexpat logo
loading ads...

Expat associations & clubs

Lebanon China USA Germany France India Nigeria Togo Canada Australia Japan Italy UK
In every capital around the world, expatriates tend to get together, whether for networking, socializing, comfort, shared interests or agendas, leisure or business. Are you aware of all expatriates groups, associations and clubs existing in Ghana?
58 Groups

Choose by type:

List your group club or association

Access list and details of members' groups

Indian Association of Ghana

Indians in Ghana
Year created:          1939
Contact name:        
Contact number:     
Email:                    info@iaghana.com

The Indian Association in Ghana is a organization of resident Indian nationals, a growing community that has been present for decades in the country.

The Indian Association is a registered NGO having its own constitution and incorporated In Ghana. It is a voluntary social organization which promotes the social, educational, economic and cultural welfare of Indians residing in Ghana.

The Indian Association of Ghana has a long colourful history. In 1939, the first ever Indian Merchants Association in West Africa was formed in the ‘Gold Coast’. In fact, this was the first body created in the entire West African Region by Indian traders - Metharam Brothers, Bombay Bazaar, Lilaram Thanwardas, Mahtani Brothers, T. Chandiram, K. Chellaram, Hariram Brothers, Wassiamal Brothers, G. Motiram, Punjabi Brothers and D. P. Motwani. These were the founding members of what our Indian Association is today, and they elected Mr. K. W. Mahtani as their first President, and Mr. N. T. Daswani as their first Secreatary. The Constitution and by-laws were carefully drafted years later by Mr. P. K. Mahtani and Mr. Heman Dadlani.

The same Constitution is still in force, though it has been amended in the year 2000, and further amended in the year 2006, to suit the present times. The Indian Association is now presided by Mr. Ahsok Mohinani.

The Indian Association is involved in the organization of events such as the annual Desi Mela and Diwali celebrations.

There is an Indian Society Cultural Centre in Osu. Learn more here.

Find more information on the Indian Association, the history of the Indian community in Ghana and on how to become a Member on our website.

Learn about the Indian Women's Association.

See the
India in Ghana (High Commission of India, Accra) page as well.

Note from the Editor: see on Facebook the Indians in Ghana group with 3800+ members and the Indian Community in Ghana group with 7400 members (as of March 2019 

Disclaimer: The information listed is from third parties, has not been verified and does not engage the responsibility of the website.

Translate this page

Stay connected with .com

Join hundreds of expats in accraexpat.com Group.

Currency Converter