Happy New Year 2022

Respected Members,

Wishing you and your family a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!!

Thanks to everyone for all the support over the past two years.  I had a great experience while working with you all and learned so much from each of you.  I will cherish the time and memories of working with you all through 2021-2020.

With your support I have had the pleasure of serving you all as president of the largest and oldest organization in LI for the past two years. The journey of the past two years has been amazing as each one of you have provided your support and guidance for serving the community.

As you know we faced many challenges but stayed on course to serve the community while promoting our heritage and culture.

It was heartwarming to note that we all remained very busy during the pandemic period in 2020 and 2021 however we are still not out of the woods. Please follow federal and local guidance to be safe and healthy.

Once again, I would like to thank you all for the honor and chance to lead the India Association of Long Island and serve you all. Mahatma Gandhi once stated that “Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment, full effort is full victory” And that’s what we did, “DID OUR BEST EFFORT”.

My personal life’s goal is to do Community Service because “Unselfish Community Service” is Rewarding & Contagious so I will always stay involved and serve the community.

With this note I will say goodbye as IALI president however we will meet again and please feel free to contact me any time if I can be of any assistance.

Best wishes to all of you!!


Shashi Malik
Email: shashimalik2020@gmail.com
Cell: 516 633 5229


Welcome to IALI

India Association of Long Island (IALI) was formed in 1978, it is a non-political, non-profit 501(C)(3), cultural and secular community organization that represents and promotes the heritage of the people from the Indian sub-continent who now live on Long Island and its vicinity.

IALI organizes year-round events like the Spring Festival of colors – Holi, Vaisakhi, Annual Fund Raising Function, Summer Picnic, India Fest, and Diwali – the Festival of Lights in the Fall, and engages in fund raising for needy causes and food donation. For the benefit of seniors, women and Kids, every month, relevant educational and cultural programs are held. With over 2000 members, IALI is the largest and rapidly growing Indian organization on Long Island।



Good Morning Everyone,

The following two links are for IALI Gala 2020

Best wishes for Gala

Thank you Munish Byalaa. And Gala coverage from Hum Hindustani newspaper

Thank Jay Singh

Shashi Malik

Recognition is especially meaningful for the work India Association of Long Island did during the COVID-19 pandemic and continuing to do so as this virus is not over yet.