India Cultural Center of Utah Opens in South Jordan

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.

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