Category Archives: Announcements

Important announcements

Virtual JAINA Convention 2021 – Early registration ending soon

Mark your calendars! We have secure a timeslot for the upcoming “virtual” JAINA Convention, similar to our previous “Reunions” that we’d have in person at the Convention.  This timeslot is Monday…

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Survey 2020/2021 – Halari Visa Oshwals of North America

Dear Friends & Community,

After a long year I’m sure we’ve all had some time for self-reflection.  I’m hoping this survey finds you in good health, and that you can help us determine what the next phase for our organization.

Our community is about 400 families in the US and another 150 in Canada, for about 1500 total people in North America.  Our community today looking different now, than it did when our community began to emigrate here in the 60’s and 70’s.  It’s 50 years later, and while our community has grown in number, the large emigration from UK/Kenya/India has slowed down.

Threads That Tie Us: A Story of the Halari Oshwals

An eye-opening documentary about a little known culture.

Leelavati Nature Cure Research Center

Oshwal Education Trust have been operational since 1986, We are currently running total of five colleges, two schools in which total of 5000 students are studying currently and we also…

New Executive Board 2016-2017

Hello US Oshwals, Happy New Year. Hope you all are in good health and wish you all very prosperous year ahead from the New HVOA board for 2016-2017. I would…

Oshwal E-report Newsletter (February 2016)

Our latest Oshwal E-Report newsletter has been sent to our subscribed members. You can view the newsletter, here: http://www.oshwal-usa.org/contact-us/email-newsletter/feb-2016/ 

Establishment of Oshwal History and Archives Department

OERB will be celebrating 75 years of its establishment next year.  OERB is planning to record its history in written and visual form.  Many Oshwals now residing outside East Africa have their origins in East Africa.  Many of them went through Oshwal Boarding and Oshwal Schools.  Many lived in different centres throughout East Africa – in smaller centres in remote parts of the country.  All of you therefore have a rich history to tell us.