Our Culture

​JBCA was formed with the purpose of enhancing cultural, artistic and social experience through activities which in turn will build a conscientious generation next

​​​​​​Jagriti Bangiyo Cultural Association (JBCA) is a non-profit organization, (Regd. No. DRO/SJN/SOR/119/14-15) was formed in 2014 by the Bengali families living around Ramamurthynagar and TC Palya in Bangalore. The main objective was to bring together like-minded people to celebrate various Bengali festivals and cherish the rich cultural heritage of West Bengal in Bangalore. Today JBCA is a society of more than 50 families celebrating different festivals and cultural events along with a number of social activities throughout the year.


“Our Culture is our identity and personality. It gives us spiritual, intellectual and emotional distinction from others and we are proud of it”

-Inspired by M.F. Moonzajer 

We are JBCA

​​​​​​​Jagriti Bangiyo Cultural Association 
Registration No. DRO/SJN/SOR/119/14-15 under Karnataka Societies Registration Act 1960
Copyright 2017 

​​​​The first cultural event held by JBCA was on 9th April 2014 welcoming the Bengali New Year ‘Poila Boishak’
We celebrated our first year of Sarbojanin Durga Puja on a grand scale at Subha Saptarshi Kalyana Mantapa (T C Palya Main Road, Ramamurthy Nagar) in 2014,  followed by a theme based Durgapuja in 2015. JBCA celebrated 'Sharad Utsav -2016' in ITI Hockey ground last year, which was a great success and appreciated by different media and forums.

It was a proud moment when Durga Puja 2014 of JBCA was reported as one of the ‘must see’ Puja in ‘Bangalore Times’​. During last year, JBCA Durga Puja was featured in leading news papers like Deccan Chronicle and Deccan Herald


Some proud JBCA moments include:

  • Organized multiple Blood donation camps in association with Lions Clubs since last 2 years
  • Donation drives at Shishu Mandir and Miracle Manna Children Home
  • Hosted free Eye and Cardiology check-up camps for the community
  • Extended sponsorship support in providing a Bus Stop on T C Palya Main Road
  • Donation for Chennai flood relief.