Mr. Amrik Kamoh worked in US Postal Service in Seattle District. He has also expanded his
focus in many areas besides cultural activities in Washington State. As an entrepreneur, he owns two Gasoline and
Convenient store dealerships. To enhance
trades, culture, educational programs, he is actively focused on promoting US
Indo trade relations with special focus on Washington
State sisterhood project with Punjab State.
Although much needs to be done, the project is in its preliminary stage. As president of India Arts and Heritage
Society, Amrik has been actively working to bring new programs to Great Seattle
area. IAHS planned Music ensemble with Grammy
Award winner Amjad Ali Khan and his group in Seattle, was a great success.
Amrik Kamoh has been living in Seattle WA
since 1977. Life has been full of excitements and beautiful memories. Mr. Kamoh
has always been proponent of Indian culture and community service. After
settling in Seattle,
he initiated a nonprofit organization “Music and Cultural Society of India with
the basic objectives to promote East Indian culture. He was present of MCSI
from 1981 through 1985. From 1985 and
86, Kamoh was also representing India
community as director or Ethnic Heritage Council of Pacific NW. Mr. Kamoh received degree in doctor of
Homeopathic Medicines in 1973 followed by degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences
from Punjab University. In USA, he continued his education in
Colorado Technical University (CTU) in Marketing followed by major in project
With immense love for spiritual music, Mr. Kamoh loves and
recites Gurbani Kirtan and also served as Secretary of Guru Nanak Sikh Society
(now called Gurudwara Singh Sabha of Washington
in Renton). He
served in this capacity form 1985 through 1990.
From 1994 through 1997, Mr. Kamoh served as president of
India Arts & Heritage Society. Keeping his love for classical music, Mr.
Kamoh also served as director of Apna Sangeet radio station in Seattle.
He was very popular for hosting talk-shows programs as well as famous
Tarranam music program.
Mr. Kamoh received many distinguished awards from Postal
Service as well as organizations such as
National Federation o Indian Associations arranged its 2009
national conference in Seattle WA Amrik was an n active member and volunteered
as community Chairperson in this conference.
Amrik is a firm believer and has worked tirelessly to
promote our culture value system. Indian community has undergoing a very fast
change in Greater Seattle area. Our population has grown to over 40, 000 and
impact of cultural assimilation is very strong. Mr. Kamoh is a firm believer that
we must present ourselves as ambassadors of our culture and does every thing to
promote educate our northwest community.
We absolutely can not afford not to do that. Amrik Kamoh is married to Bhupinder Kamoh who is in nursing
profession. Amrik is blessed with two daughters (Amandip and Sandeep) and a son
(Manraj). Amandip is currently
practicing as Oral Surgeon practicing in Buffalo
NY and Sandeep is doing her MBA.
Youngest son Manraj is running fuel industry business in Washington
and married to Harkiran Preet and happily enjoying life in Kirkland WA.
Amrik enjoys long walks, Yoga, semi-classical music and
Gurbani Kirtan. His involvement in India Community and public at large helps
bring positive image to our community.