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Mumbai: Tulu Drama Staged by Billava Association to Raise Funds

Mumbai: ‘Nambuvara Budpara’ Tulu Drama Staged by Billava Association to Raise Funds

By Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (DV)

Mumbai, Dec 10: The Mumbai Billava Association staged Tulu drama ‘Nambuvara Budpara’ played by the Kinnigolli Vijaya team with an objective to raise funds for its Andheri local office,here at Billava Convention hall in Santacruz east on Saturday December 8 evening. 

Billava association honarary president Jaya C Suvarna inaugurated the programme by lighting a lamp.

President L V Ameen presided over the occasion. M B Kukkian editor of Akshaya monthly was the chief guest.

Megamala Bharathanatya dancer also performed on the occasion.

Association vice presidents Nithyanada D Kotiyan , Chandrashekar S Poojary, Bhaskar M Saliyan, honorary treasurer Bhaskar V Bangera, women’s wing  working president Shakuthanla V Kottian, honorary working president of Anderi local committee Babhu K Poojary, working president Ravindra S Kottian, assistant secretary Suresh B Suvarna , joint secretary Ashok S Karkera, honorary treasurer Sham D Salian, joint secretary Sanjeev G Ameen and all representatives were present on the occasion.

Ravindra S Kotian welcomed, honorary chief secretary Jyothi K Suvarna presented key note address and compered.

Assistant secretary Lakshmi N Kottiyan compered the programme. Honorary secretary Harish G Salian delivered the vote of thanks.

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