Namaskar Mandali. I am Shekhar Teke. My passion is Cricket and drama. I am involved in the stage activities since 1985 and participated in various drama competitions at university and district level. I also played in professional dramas. I was involved in three documentary films as actor, writer and assistant director in whcih Makarand Anaspure was one of the well-known artist. I am First Class Cricket Umpire and registered with NZ Cricket. I am serving NZ Cricket for last 5-6 years.
As I am a social person and always involved in the society work, I joined AMAI to serve marathi community and build the strong Indian community under AMAI umbrella.
Myself Saurabh work as Insurance Broker. I migrated to NZ in 2015, since then I am associated with AMAI as member. Now, I work as Joint Treasurer with intention to help our community grow here on kiwi land. Apart from this as enjoy and pursue my hobbies such as tennis, cooking etc.
I am highly motivated and believe in team work. I enjoy organising social events.
Looking forward to working with everyone to bring the good programs and build stronger community.
“Namaskar, I am Dhanashree Salunkhe also known as Rani. I am from Mumbai. By profession I am a Graphic Artist.
As a new committee member, I look forward to contribute towards the marathi community and promote our culture.”
Namaskar. I am Bhakti. I am a proud home maker and I have been in Auckland since last four years. Before coming to NZ, I worked as a Journalist in India.
I love to connect with people and our community. I joined mandal as a member in 2015 and now I am one of the committee members. As a part of this organisation, I would like to help people who are new in NZ and away from their loved ones. I would definitely like to contribute to increasing the growth of our Mandal and spreading info about our community, tradition and culture.
The Auckland Marathi Association emerged in 1995 when a few families from Maharashtra in New Zealand felt the need to bond around their shared culture and identity in a new land they were still learning to call home.