Mumbai: Kannada Seva Sangha Powai Opens its Own Office

By Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (DV)

Mumbai, Nov 6: The Kannada Seva Sangha Powai Association which served the society for more than one-and-a-half decade opened its own office at Solaris building, opposite of LMDT gate no 6 in the metropolitan city, here.

CA Shankar B Shetty president of Bunts association Mumbai inaugurated the new premises; Dharmadarshi Shree Suvarna Baba of Shree Rundamalini Panchakutira Suvarna temple blessed the gathering.

Jerimeri, Shree Umamaheshwari temple priest Vidwan S N Udupa performed the religious rituals. D K Shetty couple took part in rituals.

Shekar Ajekar, one of the association founders, former regional former social worker, MNS party leader Sharadh S Pawar, vice presidents of association Keshav N Anchan and Ramesh D Rai, honorary chief secretary Dayanandha C Bangera, honorary treasurer Harish S Shetty, building association chief convener Justice R J Shetty, convener Mahesh S Shetty, secretary of advising  committee Prabakar S Shetty, welcome committee secretary Diwakar M Shetty, education committee working  president Nagaraj Gurupur,  social development committee working president Karunkar J Shetty, Ramesh Rai, womens wing working president Jyothi R Shetty, youth division working president Sandesh Shetty Mudbelle, sports committee working president Ajith Shetty Belman, cultural committee working president Prashanthi D Shetty, membership committee working president Sadhu Poojary, Tulu committee working president Jaganath Shetty Yenneholle and all other members and representatives were present during the occasion .  

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