Connecting South Asians with local Communities to make a difference.

Kids are ready for Kindergarten.
At-risk youth get a stable path to life, education and career.

What is UTSAV

UTSAV has various interpretations in Hindi; a few of them are Celebration; Festival; Feast and Commemoration. Utsav's purpose is to encourage the “Gift of Giving” in the ethnic community of South Asia. The South Asian community is a mix of highly successful and privileged second generation children and newly arrived immigrant children whose parents are working hard to start their struggle to achieve “The American Dream”. Be a part of our team and together we can achieve a lot!

Who We Support

We partner with local charities and bring awareness about our culture and values though our work. We bridge the gap between South Asian values and main stream American culture.

What We Do

Utsav hosts fun, inspiring events and drives throughout the year that provides opportunities to network and engage with communities.

Our Volunteers

Regardless of where you are in your path to achieve individual goals, be a part of our team so that together we can achieve a larger goal for our community. Be part of your local community and meet like minded people!

Upcoming Events

2nd Annual UTSAV MELA at Willis D. Tucker Park August 17th, 2019!

    After last year's tremendous success, we are honored to bring to you this free event once again. Bring your family and friends and be part of one of the largest gatherings to celebrate and connect South Asians with local communities. A variety of cultural shows, activities for kids, mouth-watering food and much much more will be available for everyone to enjoy. Come out to taste the diverse culture that is South Asia! This event is hosted by UTSAV USA with the support of Snohomish County Executive Office, Snohomish County Council, and King County Executive Office. For sponsorship and vendorship contact or send a message on Utsav's facebook page.

June 2017 - Indian Cooking Classes by Seema Sharma

    Utsav Executive Volunteer Seema Sharma, generously opened her home and gave her time to conduct Indian cooking classes. This act of generousity helped to raise $2000 for the Domestic Violence Services through their annual auction. In total almost 20 people participated in the cooking event, giving the afternoon a delicious flavor.

Past Event Pictures