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Udupi: 'Muddu Krishna' Competitions Enliven Janmashtami Celebrations


Udupi: 'Muddu Krishna' Competitions Enliven Janmashtami Celebrations 
Daijiworld Media Network—Udupi (RD/CN)
Pics: Durga Digitals

Udupi, Aug 24: The entire region has been busy celebrating Sri Krishna Janmashtami and in the rural areas, 'Muddu Krishna' competitions are being held which add a special touch to the grand celebrations.

Muddu Krishna competitions were held in Kaup, Ucchila, Katpady, Shankarapura and in  Shirva, since Saturday, August 23, and saw huge audiences. Hundreds of children, regardless of caste and religion, participated in the competition held by Jaycees Club International (JCI) of Kaup, near here, on Sunday, August 24. 















 

The rural neigbourhood was bustling with activities during the Muddu Krishna competition and also had a variety of cultural events themed on Sri Krishna. MLA Lalaji R Mendon, inaugurated the competition on Sunday morning.


Kaup Hosamarigudi temple managing trustee Ratnakar Shetty, JCI zonal officer Vijaykumar Kobeyoor, Kaup JCI president Jagdish Bangera, event sponsors Jagdish Acharya, and Manohar Rao, event organizers Prabhakar Shetty and Srinivas Aithal, as well as Kaup JCI secretary Rajendra B K, were present on the dais.



All participants of the competition savoured delicacies of Krishna Janmashtami, generously contributed by the Sri Krishna Math.

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  • anjand kundpur, anagalli

    Fri, Aug 29 2008

    thanks to jci , this is the best program

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  • Padmanabha Shenoy, Udupi /Dammam Saudi Arabia

    Wed, Aug 27 2008

    Thanks for Daijiworld for the excellent photo and article. Daijiworld, You have now indirectly contributed to Hindu Muslim unity. Mr. AbdulAziz of Al khobar, people like you with broad mind will definetly help the religious harmony in India. I Salute you....

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  • Sampath kumar, Mangalore

    Tue, Aug 26 2008

    This is called as human being.God bless all.

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  • sudhir kumar, california

    Tue, Aug 26 2008

    This picture spoke more than thousand words. Keep up the spirit, we are all Indians, Jai Hind.

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  • Abdul Aziz, Alkhobar, Mangalore

    Mon, Aug 25 2008

    Good spirit. Well done. Nice photographs of Daijiworld. A relegious muslim ladies participating in Hindu festival competition. Let us pray God to keep both hindu muslim unity like this.

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  • sreekesh cp, mangalore

    Mon, Aug 25 2008

    when we see these photos remember no caste ,no religion its INDIA

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  • vishwa, mangalore\usa

    Mon, Aug 25 2008

    Thanks Daiji and DK for wonderfull photos. Lord krishna give love and peace to all human being. Thanks mohamad for the greeting, sharing each other festival(which was there when i left mangalore 20years back) we can save mangalore save india. lets have all indian festival be celebrated by all indians ir-respective of janmastami or ramdhan or Cristmas. Jai bharth! Jai mangalore

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  • Prashanth, Mangalore

    Mon, Aug 25 2008

    We stand united. Keep this spirit always. Thanks to JCI

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