Aptly named as a flower about to blossom, "Mukul" was created in 1971 to provide its students with rich cultural experiences and add to their personal growth in their blossoming years. The very first classes were held in the National Library on Wellington Street in Ottawa.
The history of Mukul is closely interwoven with the Indian community in Ottawa-Hull. Over the years, the school has grown to a point where it started operating under the aegis of both the Heritage and International Language Programmes of the Ministry of Education, Ontario. The school operates as a non-profitable charitable organization.
Every year Mukul Hindi School provides the Indian and Canadian Business communities an opportunity to support and reach out to community members. This has also served as a channel for promoting business interest.
Mukul Hindi School also thanks its parent sponsors for their generous support and donations, which contributes immensely in Mukul's continued success.