Uttaranchal Association of North America (UANA)
was established in 1998 and has been registered as a non-profit organization in Fairfax, Virginia, USA.

UANA's vision, the vision of every UANA member, is one that encompasses who we are and where we came from, that involves our cultural and ethnic identity, and our heritage. Each activity or mission UANA is involved with contributes to the vision's realization, yet it's also important, exciting, and fun work.

The main objective of UANA is to preserve and promote our culture and heritage, to organize social activities to bring the community closer, to make people aware of the issues of Uttarakhand, and to channel efforts, help and support to resolve these issues. The association hopes to provide a forum for Uttarakhandis in North America to share their views, joys and sorrows and help our children feel more confident and secure about their cultural heritage and values. UANA also organizes activities to bring the community together and make it a strong and unified group.

The association hopes to provide a forum for Uttarakhandis in America to share their views, joys and sorrows and help our children feel more confident and secure about their cultural heritage and values. Also, to organize activities to bring the community together and make it a strong and unified group. The association would like to take this opportunity to thank Shri Prabhu Negi of Erie, PA for rendering inspiration and guidance for establishing the association formally.
The official headquarters of the association is located at:

10560 Main Street, Suite LL-1, Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: (703) 273-7982 | Fax: (703) 385-3346
email: info@uttaranchal.org

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