Western Michigan Bengali Cultural Association
Celebrate the Culture of Bengal
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Welcome ~ স্বাগতম্ !

Western Michigan Bengali Cultural Association (WMBCA) is a non-profit organization formed by “Bengalis” (community from eastern India) who live in West Michigan. The organization aims to create awareness about the rich cultural heritage of India amongst the larger community, help integrate members of the South East Asian communities to the area by providing a local platform to celebrate Bengali festivals and events and get them to give back to the larger community by participating in charitable causes and volunteer activities.


WMBCA members celebrated their annual festival Durgotsav 2017 on October 7th, 2017 and on October 8th, 2017 at Comstock Park High School.. More than 400 people attended the event to enjoy delicious Indian food followed by a Cultural extravaganza showcasing the “Indian Cultural Heritage” through traditional dances and music from different regions of India. Shovan, the WINNER of the popular musical show “Sa-Re-Ga-Ma-Pa” and a top finalist in “X-Factor” along with Somchanda, a popular playback singer in Tollywood industry made the evening unforgettable with their musical show.


WMBCA members along with members of Bangladeshi community celebrated Bengali New Year on May 6th, 2017 showcasing the cultural heritage of India & Bangladesh, through music, dance, drama and other forms of Art

Upcoming Event

Poila Baisakh 1425

Poila Baishakh is the first day of the Bengali calendar, celebrated in India and Bangladesh. In collaboration with Bangladeshi Community of West Michigan (BCWM), Western Michigan Bengali Cultural Association (WMBCA) is organizing "Poila Baishakh 1425" on May 5th, 2018 at Wyoming Junior High School.

This event is a great platform for the community members to showcase their cultural heritage through music, dance, drama and other forms of Art.

Please save the date to witness a very colorful cultural show in West Michigan and enjoy the gourmet food and lots of other festivities!

Invited Artist


On the special occassion of 10th Poila Baisakh celebration, Rezwana Choudhury Bannya, an exponent of Rabindra Sangeet - from Bangladesh, will brighten the event with her golden voice. Bannya is an associate professor in the Department of Music at the University of Dhaka and also the founder of "Shurer Dhara" (School for learning music) in Bangladesh.

She has been honored with several awards, including "Independence Day Award "(2016) by the Government of Bangladesh, "Banga Bhushan" (2017) from Government of West Bengal, India and many more.

Event Schedule


12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Cultural Program:

2:00 – 4:00 pm


May 5, 2018 (Saturday)


Wyoming Junior High School,
2125 Wrenwood St SW, Wyoming, MI- 49519

Tickets (non-members):

with Lunch

Event only

Adult (10+):



Children (4+):



Children (>4):



*Each adult ticket includes 1 Raffle Ticket**
*Number of tickets will be limited. so please purchase your ticket soon!

Additional Raffle Tickets (non-members):
1 ticket for $2.00
3 tickets for $5.00

For more information and ticket booking please contact Smiti Majumdar at 616 940 1537

Please watch former president Kaushik Nag's interview on television: http://feellikeyoubelong.com/television-show-blog/2016/8/12/kaushik-nag Posted by 'BASABDUTTA' on 'August 15, 2016'
WMBCA recently participated in Fundraising for Flint water crisis. Posted by 'BASABDUTTA' on 'March 16, 2016'
Former WMBCA president, Mr. Kaushik Nag, has been appointed as a commissioner for Asian Pacific Affairs for the state of Michigan by Governor Rick Snyder. We congratulate him on his accomplishment. Posted by 'BASABDUTTA' on 'January 04, 2016'

WMBCA in the News

Mayor Heartwell inaugurating the "Poila Baisakh" event.

Wood TV highlighting the role of Bengalis educating the local community about their unique culture.

WMBCA takes its "Community Citizenship" role seriously. It is actively and regularly engaged in multiple community events in the West Michigan area such as Feeding the poor, Fundraising for victims of natural calamities, Fundraising for Flint water crisis, Marathon and Walks. Read more...