Indo-Polish Cultural Committee (IPCC)
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The Indo-Polish Cultural Committee (IPCC) was formed in 2000 with the aim of promoting Indian culture and strengthening the cultural bond among Indians living in Poland and polish people. Since the formation, IPCC has been organising Indian festivals and Indian cultural weeks in Krakow and in other major cities of Poland including Warsaw and Wroclaw. The Committee organises celebrations of major Indian festivals at larger scale in major cities in Poland. During 2017-18, IPCC is scheduled to celebrate Hindi Divas, Holi concerts in various cities, Diwali concert in Warsaw, Krakow and Wroclaw and other promotional activities. The Committee runs regular Hindi classes in Krakow Cultural Centre and supports all 25 Police dance schools of Indian classical and contemporary dances. The Committee delivers lectures/presentation at the local schools & universities on Indian culture also. Mr. Umesh Nautiyal, Hindi Teacher at the Jagiellonian University, is the President of IPCC.

President: Mr. Umesh Nautiyal