An India Cultural Center of Utah (ICCU) was recenty opened in South Jordan. Its primary function is to promote the heritage, arts, crafts, sports and culture of India.
A subsidiary of Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple of Utah, ICCU claims to have taken up a leadership role towards preserving the classical music and dance forms of India. Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert recently inaugurated it.
Indo-American statesman Rajan today applauded efforts of ICCU management and the community for the newly-opened facility with laudable goals.
Rajan Zed is the Chairperson of Indo-American Leadership Confederation. He further said that it is important to pass on spirituality, concepts and traditions of India to coming generations
ICCU was reportedly raised by volunteers. It has a Dinesh and Kalpana Patel Auditorium, named after the prominent Utah couple who donated $100,000.
South Jordan city was settled in 1859 along the banks of Jordan River. It has two Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temples.