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LMBCS | Lower Mainland Bengali Cultural Society

What is LMBCS?

Lower Mainland Bengali Cultural Society of British Columbia, Canada, is a registered non-profit charitable organization promoting Bengali culture and heritage in Vancouver and lower mainland through various socio-cultural activities and events since 1977. We are proud to be a part of Canada’s multicultural society. We strive to foster and carry forward Bengali traditions and values along with other great traditions in the lower mainland area.


Bangla School

The Bangla School is run by Supriya Bhattacharyya and is free.  Bangla school classes take place every other Sunday from 1:30 to 3:30pm.

The school is intended for children between 5 and 12 years of age.  Interested parents do not have to be LMBCS members to enroll their children.


Sen Family Book Collection

Book collection

We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Biswanath Sen and Ruby Sen have made their collection of books available to the community. These books were their prized collection, accumulated over the years. We are grateful to the Sen family for sharing this wealth with the community.



Golponaklolpona poster

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Christmas party – 2014

XMAS Santa

Please help us spread some cheer and join us for our annual Christmas Party on December 13th.


Saraswati puja – 2015

Saraswati puja this year will be held on Saturday, January 24th, 2015.


New Committee for 2014 – 2015

New LMBCS Executive committee 2014 – 2015, were elected during 2014 Annual General Meeting held on 26th April, at Sears community room, Metrotown center.

Meet our new committee

Our home on the web

Welcome to new Lower Mainland Bengali Cultural Society Website. Within the website you will have the opportunity to explore the various events we hold throughout the year, scroll through pictures from past events, meet our executive committee, and provide feedback.

LMBCS members please signup here to access the members area.

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