IndiaFest Milwaukee has become a tradition in Wisconsin. For the past 10 years, Spindle India, Inc is promoting diversity, inclusion, culture, civilization and bringing communities together beyond borders, boundaries, languages, region and religion; celebrating 'India' in a grand fashion in the land of Wisconsin, in the month of August; observing Independence day of India, bringing essence of India to the community. Bridging gap between India and U.S. through Collaboration, Community and Culture, for better today and stronger tomorrow. Strengthening India-US relations through cultural and civilizational value.
Spindle India, Inc is a non-profit 501c3 organization. Kindly donate and help us out so we can continue to look forward to another decade. Especially last couple of years, we were hit very hard by the pandemic. THANK YOU for allowing to serve the community to the best of our ability.
Governor Tony Evers Proclaims Aug 15th, 2022 as India Day
10th annual India Day celebration in Wisconsin - Page 2
It takes massive vision, significant effort, and a vital faith to make something work. Our work here at Spindle India, Inc is not any different. Although the Indian community (from southeast India) is significant in Wisconsin, the community is not visible. We Indian-Americans are usually focus on education and job. Given the fact that Milwaukee is an ethnic community, a vacuum for us was visible. Hence came IndiaFest Milwaukee.
Ms. Nath, a Hindu Indian-American, is the founder of the non-profit, Spindle India, Inc, and producer of IndiaFest Milwaukee. Since its inception, Ms. Nath is managing IndiaFest Milwaukee and Spindle India, Inc., voluntarily. Inspired by OLDEST-LIVING-CIVILIZATION OF THE WORLD, HINDU DHARMA, and passionate about community and service, Ms. Nath has dedicated her life to bringing visibility to the issues that truly matter and strengthening our society based on shared principles and common values of diversity, inclusion, safer community, equal opportunity for equals, and growth-focused education. Committed to advocating true "diversity" and "compassion" and improving the US-India relationship, Ms. Nath is promoting the collaboration of the oldest and largest democracy of the world (best of both the worlds for the benefit of humanity) to foster a stronger and brighter society.
Ms. Nath also writes and speaks on local and global issues encompassing foreign affairs, geopolitics, religion, and philosophy. Ms. Nath is an engineer and she obtained MBA from the prestigious Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University.
Author . Entrepreneur . Public Servant
We are working to obtain an office space.
10th year running on lowest possible funding to run the festival on the land of Wisconsin. We continued with the cause with all our sweat, energy, time, funding. Need your support so we can move from garage to an office space.
We had been aiming to expand our services for a while. Join our effort and cause.