The Indian Sub-continental Club (ISC) at University of California, Irvine has been an influential and active non-profit student organization for over two decades. The goal of ISC is to unite the students of UC Irvine whose cultural roots come from that of the Indian Sub-continent: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Every year ISC holds numerous activities to spread cultural awareness and provide a place where students from similar backgrounds can meet and interact. It also provides an environment to stimulate cultural awareness through various ISC-sponsored activities and events, such as our Garba With Attitude, Culture Show, and South Asian Awareness week. Garba With Attitude, a national Garba/Raas (Indian folk dance) competition, has grown to become America's premier Garba/Raas competition and is the only competition of its kind on the West Coast. Its focus not only lies in exhibiting the values and expressions of this form of dance, but also in promoting cultural and philanthropic awareness.
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