- Purpose of Forming the Nair
- President's Message
- Past Executive Committee
- WF Community Event
- Panchajanyam Souvenir
MrS. SHOBHA KARUVAKKAT
More than 35 years since its inception, NBA has had a great run and will continue to. I am very proud to be a part of it and I am sure all our members are equally proud of NBA's presence. NBA has brought members belonging to Nair community together. Each and every member has many wonderful memories to cherish. I personally have understood more and have come much closer to our Nair culture after becoming a part of NBA. The festivals of Kerala - VISHU, ONAM has not come so close to every member of every family like it is now. I can say with full faith that every child in every Nair household residing here in America is much more well versed about these festivals than our counterparts in the rest of the world. I thank NBA and its members to make it so wonderful and delightful. NBA has also embarked us on to a devotional journey by conducting Monthly bhajans, Bhagavatha vayana and weekly Mandalakalam bhajans thereby increasing our Spiritual wealth. I think we can all agree that being part of NBA has molded us in to becoming a better human being.
I want to take this opportunity to thank all our Executive Committee members for their dedication and hard work and for voluntarily taking out time from their day to day activities in planning and executing our events and to make our association a progressive place for all of us and in providing a positive and uplifting environment for our youth. I would like to thank all our members who have actively supported us in all our planned events. I hope and pray that members of our community come together always and make NBA a home away from home.
We had the good fortune of meeting and being amidst well accomplished and learned people this year and in meeting and seeing these, it made me understand that humility is the most revered character in a person.
Let us as members work together, respect one another and own the Association and strengthen it.
Mrs. Shobha Karuvakkat