To advance education in Marathi culture, language, music, dance and art amongst Marathi speaking people, their spouses and descendants in the UK.
1.2.1 To advance education in Marathi culture, language, music, dance and art amongst Marathi speaking people their spouses and descendants (hereinafter referred to as Maharashtrians) through the provision of a centre, library, exhibitions, displays and other facilities and activities.
1.2.2 To advance religion amongst Maharashtrians.
1.2.3 To preserve and protect good health and to relieve sickness and poverty amongst Maharashtrians.
1.2.4 To do all such activities that will help Maharashtrians to integrate with British culture and society such that Maharashtrians are benefited by best of both cultures and make their living in United Kingdom a fulfilling journey. Such activities may not be traditional Maharashtrian but in the spirit of aforesaid object could cover activities like Sports Club, Education courses, celebration of British national days and so on. This list is not exhaustive and may cover activities that are in the spirit of mutually beneficial cultural co-existence without being prejudicial to Maharashtrian or Marathi culture.
1.2.5 To extend as much financial as well as non-financial support as possible to Maharashtrians to alleviate or mitigate their sufferings due to emergency situations, natural calamity or in general situations.