On 11th of January every year, the association celebrates the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda – the Hindu monk who was instrumental in the introduction of the Indian philosophies of Vedanta and Yoga to the Western world and contributed to the concept of nationalism in colonial India..
Culture consists of activities such as the arts and philosophy, which are considered to be important for the development of civilization and of people’s minds. Keeping this philosophy in mind, VCA strives to observe and follow such activities, that imbibe the spirit of Bengali culture among-st its members in particular and upholds the value of nationalism in general.
On 23rd January every year, the association observes the birth anniversary of one of the greatest freedom fighters of the country and a great patriot – Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
26th January is celebrated as the Republic Day across entire length and breadth of the country. VCA does its bit in order to pay homage and respect to the mother land. All the members come together and become part of the flag hoisting ceremony in the morning.
VCA observes and celebrates Bangla Noboborsho ( Bengali New Year Day) with great fervor . Members and patrons from all walk of lives come together to make the event a success. A get together (ADDA) of sorts happen at the mandir premises followed by dinner.
An evening is dedicated in remembrance of Rabindranath Tagore and Kazi Nazrul Islam; two of the most prolific literary figures of Bengal. Local talents come forward to sing or recite the timeless classics that had been penned by these great personalities.
15th August is celebrated as the Independence Day across entire length and breadth of the country. VCA does its bit in order to pay homage and respect to the mother land. All the members come together and become part of the flag hoisting ceremony in the morning.