Plymouth Balvihar is a non-profit organization that has been
serving the children of the Asian Indian community since 1987.
It was known as "CMW Audubon Balvihar" until it was
converted to "Plymouth Balvihar" in 1997. The organization
is managed and run by volunteers from within the Plymouth Balvihar
As Asian Indian parents in the US, we have a responsibility
to pass along the rich heritage that we have been fortunate
enough to inherit. A community of parents collaborating to
provide our children with a nurturing environment that helps
them grow up to be proud of their heritage and the children
who make us prouder with each passing season is the Plymouth
Our activities are held mainly in Plymouth Meeting - Blue
Bell area outside of Philadelphia where most of our members
Hundreds of children have attended Plymouth Balvihar since
1987. Their proud parents are a testimony to Plymouth Balvihar's
Introduce and build upon, the spirit of
our Indian cultural heritage and values.
Give our children the opportunity to understand
eastern and western values, to help them make informed decisions
in their lives.
Instill traditional Indian values and
teachings to help build character, self-esteem, leadership
qualities and above all make them better citizens.
Develop reading, writing, and communication
skills in different Indian languages.
Provide a forum for families to share
experiences and knowledge and build a strong community.