THE ASSOCIATION OF HEADS OF ANGLO INDIAN
Description: The All India Anglo-Indian Association is the apex body representing the Anglo-Indian community in India. The All-India Anglo-Indian Association having its head registered office in Delhi is registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. It is the direct descendent of the Eurasian and Anglo-Indian Association founded on the 16th December 1876. The Association was formed to watch over and protect the interests and promote the welfare of Anglo Indians in India and others associated with them by community and sympathies and interests. The objects of the association are charitable, educational and cultural . It has approximately seventy odd branches across the country.