Our vision is to create and foster a sense of fraternity and esprit de corps amongst the Malayalees and their welfare in the National Capital Territory of Delhi and National Region of Delhi. We aim to provide an appropriate platform to the children of members for exhibiting their skills in art, sports and cultural activities.
We espouse and encourage to promote artistic self expression through plays, films, dances, music and other cultural activities besides imparting training in traditional art forms of Kerala, stressing for a sense of malleability to make them more audience-friendly.
We also seek to work for the cause of social and health care of people residing in and around Delhi.
What is there in the future?
We are presently three generations of Malayalees cohabiting in Delhi. This phenomenon has brought in its wake the desirability of amalgamating the divergent cultural outlook of each one of them to a manageable level in sync with modern day requirements. Ethnic, cultural and heritage related aspects must not be compromised at any cost. At best, minor adjustments may be attempted at The DMA is now charged with the unenviable twin responsibility of maintaining continuity and engineer desirable changes in its socio-cultural agenda. A centralized rallying point in the form of a cultural complex, will, to some extent to meet this requirement. In addition, that has been the legitimate dream of every Malayalee.
The big dream is morphing into reality. In recognition of the selfless service rendered by DMA to the nation building efforts, the Government of India has allotted a plot measuring 993 sq.meters for its office-cum-cultural centre at R.K.Puram, New Delhi.
Construction of the Cultural Centre is over and the inauguration of the Cultural Centre was done on 14th April 2008 by PadmaSree Yusuf Ali and the Official inauguration announced by Shri Shivraj Patel Hon’ble Home Minister of India at SriFort Auditorium.