Milton Keynes Malayalee Association ( MIKMA )

Milton Keynes Malayalee Association (MIKMA) is the pre-eminent organization for Malayalees (Malayalam speaking people or the people from the South Indian state of Kerala) in Milton Keynes area serving them from 2004. It is serving as the bedrock for all types of arts, cultural and literary activities for Keralites in this area. MIKMA is a registered non-profit organization which provides a forum for its members to meet and exchange views and to foster a spirit of friendship, goodwill, and understanding. The primary and distinguishing purpose of a cultural heritage organization like MIKMA is to bind the community together by promoting and preserving its identity, traditions, and values. By providing public programs through which cultural heritage can be shared, MIKMA is committed to serving the community through its far-reaching programs and endeavors. Every year MIKMA organizes Easter-Vishu celebrations in April and Onam celebrations in September.

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MIKMA Malayalam Learning School

Mother is always unique, so is the mother-tongue as it is the major bridging component with any indigenous culture or civilization. Unless there is a total and complete re-plantation, from cradle to the grave, everyone loves to speak one's own mother-tongue irrespective of any cultural invasion and it certainly creates a special identity and a sense of fulfillment, whatever or where ever we are. In fact, forgetting the mother-tongue is the first death bell of forgetting our own mother-land, eventually everybody and everything on it, whether you wish it or not. In view of addressing the above risk of cultural and linguistic evaporation from the future generation of MIKMA families, the MIKMA committee is taking a challenging step that would help the children of all age groups to learn their mother-tongue at ease through MIKMA School.
The mission of MIKMA School is to enable each and every interested child of MIKMA family to read, write and speak Malayalam as fluently as possible with the help of a specific syllabus which has been made quite palatable and interesting for the children across all the age groups. The vision of MIKMA School is multi-dimensional. Apart from teaching Malayalam as a language and mother-tongue, the integration and assimilation of Kerala culture would be the primary focus by implementing various projects and programmes from time to time with the support of the committed teachers and the parents of MIKMA. MIKMA School should be evolved as a platform for interaction, integration and consolidation of the children and the community in general.

School Location

The Hazely Academy, Emperor Drive
Milton Keynes, MK8 0PT


School Timings

Every Sunday from 1:30pm to 3:00pm



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MIKMA Spring Fest 2024 !! Registrations to be Open Soon !! Stay Tuned

Saturday 11th May 2024 1:00PM to 10:00PM, Stantonbury Leisure Centre, Milton Keynes, MK14 6BN


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