Though no get-togethers were held in 2001and 2002, some of the Bijharis in a smaller group started meeting alongwith their families. Many such meetings took place at the house of Serbjeet and Nisha Prasad in Choa Chu Kang and in one such meeting in mid April 2003 BIJHAR was conceived. The IT savvy Sanjeev Kumar Roy and also the first President of BIJHAR set up a yahoogroup and BIJHAR membership started growing.
The 2nd get-together followed soon at the residence of Abhayjit Sinha and Satyasheel Kumar near AlJuneid MRTand was attended by an equal number. About 20 of Bijharis met again at Ganga restaurant in Little India with plans to spread the Bijhari network and rope in more. However, little progress could be made in the next two years.
At present, there are over 200 members in BiJhar list – majority of the members are working in the industries such as IT, finance, banking, oil and gas etc. Since 2003, the BiJharis have collectively celebrated the major annual functions such as Makar Sankranti, Holi and Deepavali and have also participated in a number of indoor and outdoor get-togethers.
We promote social, cultural, educational, recreational and welfare activities as well as hold celebrations for BiJhar people in Singapore.
We promote social, cultural, educational, recreational and welfare activities as well as hold celebrations for BiJhar people in Singapore
We promote intercultural understanding between the BiJhar community and Singaporeans.
BIJHAR is a result of the dreams envisioned since late 90s by its founders who have made Singapore their karmabhoomi.
Our community is a vibrant and close-knit group of individuals hailing from Bijar and Jharkhand, two culturally rich regions in India. We have come together in the heart of Singapore to celebrate our shared heritage, forge lasting friendships, and support each other in our journey abroad.