The Sindhi Association of New Jersey (SANJ) was formed by a group of friends in 1985. Their mission was to promote Sindhi traditions and social development among Sindhi families.

Since 1985, 
SANJ has been celebrating Indian festivals like Diwali and Chetti-Chand (Hindu New Year). SANJ also organizes an Annual PicnicSatya Narayan Pooja and Youth programs to promote Sindhi culture and heritage. 

SANJ is registered as a non-profit organization and aims to foster friendship among other Sindhi organizations.


- Promote Sindhi Hindu culture & traditions and with an emphasis on    promoting Sindhi language among members of the Sindhi community.
- Encourage social interactions among the Sindhi community.
- Foster harmony between Indian and Non-Indian communities in New Jersey.
- Promote interactions with Sindhis throughout North America and other parts    of the world.
- Support worthwhile charitable causes.



Cheti Chand

Satya Narain Pooja


Annual Picnic

Annual Diwali Ball 

NJ India Day Parade 

Dada Mela 

Fathers Day Kite Flying Outing  


Annual Sindhi Retreat at Peace Village

60+ Teerth Yatra Bus

Medical / Legal / Student Initiatives 

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