Casey Tamil Manram along with multiple Tamil organisations presents

Tamil Festival 2024

Saturday, January 27th from 8:30 am at Nunawading Community hub and Tunstall Park.


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How We Contribute to the Tamil Community in Australia

Casey Tamil Manram (CTM) is a not-for-profit organization primarily focusing on the growth and continuity of the Tamil language and culture amongst the Australian Tamil community.
The cultural events, competitions and workshops organized by CTM work to provide a platform for creative and talented individuals, promoting the harmonious integration of the Tamil community into the Australian multicultural society. These events and programs empower the older members of the Tamil community by allowing them to guide and enlighten the younger generation of their culture and values, encouraging them to carry on the traditions.

We conduct monthly senior programs in Berwick, and annual events celebrating major Tamil festivals, namely the Tamil Festival Victoria (Thai Pongal) and Aadipirrappu. Additionally, we release a bi-annual magazine called ‘Illavenil” which gives Australian-based upcoming Tamil writers an opportunity to showcase their talents.

Why Join Us

Key benefits such as Tamil people networking, get job opportunities, get opportunities in participating in events.
Casey Tamil Manram Inc (CTM) was formed with the vision of building stronger and vibrant Tamil Australian Community and enriching Australian multiculturalism with Tamil Heritage and its traditions.

Since its inception, the organization has taken extensive efforts to instill amongst the younger generation a sense of respect towards our traditions, to embrace cultural diversity and the unequivocal necessity of preserving the richness of our heritage for the next generation-achieved through sharing Tamil cultural elements and art forms with the wider Australian community.

Furthermore, CTM encourages our young Tamil Australians to develop community and social consciousness and empowers the elder members of Tamil Australians by providing culturally responsive services /facilities. CTM also provides input on community issues and consultative processes, to the government and its agencies.