The first Indian Association in Malaysia, popularly known as the FMS (Federated Malay State Indian Association) was started in 1906. However the Indian Association of
Taiping originated from the year 1896 when the British administration provided the Victoria Reading Room for the Indians under the British rule in Taiping.
In the early years among the President of the Indian Association were P.K. Nambyar, a lawyer from Penang, Reverend Raju Nardu, Dr. Mohammad Ghows, Kher Singh, Seenivasagam Pillai, Muthu Karuppan Chettiar. Among the presidents the most influencial then was Dr. Mohammad Ghows in the year 1925.
Donation for Indian Association Taiping new building.
Every application for membership of the association, shall be made on a form as provided for that purpose.
The setting up of An Indian Association Education Fund.