Directory

Amma Spices
261-267 GORGIE ROAD
Edinburgh EH11 1TX, United Kingdom

Based in Edinburgh, Amma Spices is a humble family owned business striving to embed the traditional tastes and flavours of South India and Sri Lanka into every family’s pot. We proudly supply a unique collection of Thokku, Pickles, Masala, Beverages, Frozen Food, FRESH Vegetables & more!

All the Pickles, Chutneys, Masalas are lovingly created using traditional recipes which have been passed down from generation to generation straight from the leading brands like Sakthi, Aachi, Priya, MDH, MTR, Mother’s, Adyar Grand sweets and snacks, Nirapara, Double horse, Surya, Heera, TRS, Nilamels etc.

MON - SAT - 10.00 A.M to 10.00 P.M
SUN - 11.00 A.M to 10.00 P.M

http://www.ammaspices.co.uk
+44 131 629 6847
Anjula Devi Authentic Indian Cooking
,

Anjula Devi is an Indian chef and author. She run her own Indian catering company and provide private Indian cookery lessons. Anjula also an Indian food specialist, recipe developer and consultant. Her cookery book, Spice for Life, is launching in April/May 2017.

https://www.anjuladevi.com/
,
Bharathi Kalai Manram (BKM)

BKM provides a forum for cultural and social interaction with special emphasis on fine arts, literature & performing arts of Tamil speaking people from India.

Mission
The organization seeks to promote goodwill, understanding and appreciation of the culture of India among all interested persons regardless of color, creed, race, religion, sex or national origin.

http://bkmhouston.org
Boston Thamil Association
84 School Street, Woburn, MA 01801
MA 01801

Boston Tamil Association's goal is to foster the growth and development of Tamil culture and advance the learning of the rich cultural values by Sri Lankan Tamil residents in the New England area. We welcome the Sri Lankan Tamil community to join our association and promote our rich heritage.

http://bostonthamil.com
British Tamil Examination Board
Croydon Metropolitan College 30-32, Southend, South Croydon, Surrey,CR0 1DN
,

Recently a group of official colleagues from Tamil schools in England formed a new organisation called British Tamil Examination Board. http://www.bteb.org.uk. We believe that a non-political national organisation for Tamil is vital to support ongoing development in Tamil language and culture learning for the next generation.

As OCR stopped offering Asset examinations including for Tamil language last year, the group decided to run its own examinations at different levels following the same format as Asset. Our aim is to maintain a system which is flexible, assesses all four skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) and is similar to assessment in other languages taught in mainstream schools.

We are trialling the new model with papers in reading and writing at ‘basic user’ level this June. This will be followed by tests in speaking and listening at the same level next year.

We are in discussion with national language bodies about gaining formal recognition for the new tests and other community organisations are also seeking recognition.

We will keep in touch with you about further developments and would welcome any comments or suggestions you may have.

Siva Pillai
Chief Examiner Edexcel Tamil Language (UK)
Assessor Cambridge Tamil Examination (UK)

http://www.bteb.org.uk/
+44 7854 917683
Federation of Tamil Sangams of North America (FeTNA)
1803 Grayscroft Dr,
Waxhaw, NC 28173
NC 28173

FeTNA (Federation of Tamil Sangams of North America) is an umbrella organization of Tamil Sangams that function within the North American Continent. FeTNA is a registered, non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization. It was founded in 1987 by five Tamil Sangams: Tamil Association of Delaware Valley, Tamil Sangam of Washington & Baltimore, New York Tamil Sangam, Ilankai Tamil Sangam and Harrisburg Tamil Sangam. An assembly of over 400 Tamils near Philadelphia celebrated the inauguration in the spring of 1988. Since then the Federation (FeTNA for abbreviation) has organized an annual convention each of the subsequent years.

http://www.fetna.org
Fox River Dental
2968 Route 34,
Oswego,
IL 60543
,

Fox River Dental doors are always open to new patients who are ready to receive the best in dental care. With our array of dental services, it’s no surprise we are regularly expanding our family of patients. We are skilled at treating patients from all dental backgrounds and make every effort to ensure your appointment is as comfortable as possible. We provide superior care to get you onto the path of improved dental health. Our dental office offers Dental Implants, Cosmetic Dentistry, Invisalign Braces and Cosmetic Dentistry.

Fox River Dental office is conveniently located behind the IHOP near the Southeast corner of Route 34 and Pearces Ford Road. Other nearby retail stores include: Home Depot, Target, OfficeMax, and Party City. If you need any assistance locating our practice, please do not hesitate to call. We look forward to meeting you!

http://foxriverdental.com
(630) 554-9900
International Tamil Academy
14435 C Big Basin Way #179
Saratoga, CA 95070-6091
USA.
CA 95070-6091

Tamil language is an ancient South Indian Language with a long history and rich literature and comprehensive grammar. The main objective of International Tamil Academy (ITA) is to teach Tamil language to the Diaspora Children and Youth. In addition to teaching Tamil, ITA encourages Cultural activities such as music, dance, drama and any art form based on Tamil language and Tamil culture to promote Tamil and Tamil culture.

https://www.catamilacademy.org/
(408) 431-4422
(775) 552-2620
Kavery Convenience Store
269 Gorgie Rd, Edinburgh EH11 1TX

Opening Hours
Wednesday 6am–10pm
Thursday 6am–10pm
Friday 6am–10pm
Saturday 6am–10pm
Sunday 7am–10pm
Monday 6am–10pm
Tuesday 6am–10pm

San Francisco  Bay Area Tamil Manram
Bay Area Tamil Manram, P.O. Box 362329, Milpitas, CA 95036-2329

Bay Area Tamil Manram is a non-profit, non-political, and non-partisan organization. It has been serving the San Francisco bay area since 1980. It was started as a group for like-minded Tamils to socialize and has grown into a strong organization of what it is now.

The success behind this organization is that it has adapted to changing times and needs of the Tamil community in these 25+ years. Before the days of proper Tamil schools in the bay area, Tamil Manram has conducted Tamil classes for children and adults. Before the days of the Internet where Tamil magazines are available for free, Tamil Manram has hosted a lending library of Tamil magazines for its members.

Now Tamil Manram has grown into a strong position of leadership and remains as an organization that represents the local bay area Tamil community.

Tamil Manram continues its service to Tamil. It is committed to the growth of Tamil cultural activities in the bay area. Tamil Manram regularly conducts Children's events and encourages our children to learn Tamil language and Tamil culture. Tamil Manram also raises funds for social cause for non-profit charity organizations.

Tamil Manram as always stays committed to the promotion of Tamil, Tamil culture and encouraging local talents. Whether it is iyal, isai or naatakam, Tamil Manram has always been an outlet to provide a stage for the local talents to exhibit their creativity.

http://www.bayareatamilmanram.org
Spread the love
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •