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Nativity Feast around the globe - 2017

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  • Leeda Fernandes, Bellore-Denmark

    Fri, Sep 22 2017

    Beautiful Photes. May Mother Mary bless and keep all happy, healthy and wealthy.
    Wishing you all Happy Monthi Fest!.

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  • Augustine Daniel DSouza, Udupi / Mumbai / STATE OF KUWAIT.

    Thu, Sep 21 2017

    Nice to see photographs of Feast of Nativity in different parts of World. GOD Bless all our Christian community people all over the world.

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  • Simon Lasrado, Sullia/Bangalore

    Mon, Sep 18 2017

    Thumka sakdainki
    Yek borem
    Samadhanechem anik
    Kutmachem festh
    Novya belyachem festh anik
    Monthi saibinichem festh magthavum

    Mog asovndi
    Simon Lasrado anik kutamb

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  • Cynthia Olivera, Brahmavara - Residing at Bangalore

    Thu, Sep 14 2017

    Nice to see Monthi Fest Celebration around the World. A BIG thanks to Dajiworld. Nice to see celebration of my Parish, St. Joseph's Church - Fr.Briand Square (Bangalore).

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  • J. N. Lobo, Mumbai

    Thu, Sep 14 2017

    Thanks to Daijiworld for the excellent coverage of 'Monthi Festh' celebrated all over the world.

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Bengaluru/Katapadi

    Tue, Sep 12 2017

    Great costal feast of catholics celebrated well

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  • Peter & Ann Mendonca, Karkala / Muscat-Oman.

    Tue, Sep 12 2017

    Thank you Daiji for this fantastic piece of coverage on "Monti Fest" celebrations by Mangaloreans around the world. Just beautiful.

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  • Francis Dias, Shirva/London

    Tue, Sep 12 2017

    Nice to see Monthi Fest celebration around the world. Good coverage from Daijiworld.

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  • veena, Mangalore/Dubai

    Mon, Sep 11 2017

    Nice to see celebration at my old Parishes Holy Cross - Kulshekar (Mangalore), St. Jude - R.T. Nagar (Bangalore), St. Sebastian (Permannur) but missing St. Mary's Church, Dubai pics (my current parish)

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  • Max and Jessie Rasquinha, Mangalore, Houston/Dallas, texas

    Sun, Sep 10 2017

    Feasts such as "Monthi Fest" is a historical tradition, specially in Mangalore where the new rice crop is brought to the Parish of our choice for the blessings and thereafter the celebrations begin with lots of traditional hymns, music and much more followed by a grand lunch mostly vegetarian . This is a traditional feast that was celebrated in Mangalore and Goa, and the tradition has now spread all over the world where the Mangaloreans and also the Goans have migrated.

    Thanks to the Web Site such as Daiji World who have established a strong network of connection all over the world so that traditional feasts such as these are well publicized in a promptly manner. Hundreds of Parishes celebrate the "Monthi Fest" while many of the Parishes take pains to announce their celebrations thru the web sites so that all their family members and friends elsewhere can read the details and share the happiness.

    This is where the social media plays an important role by sharing all the details of celebrations so punctually and effectively with photographs where we can see the photographs of our beloved churches, the priests, the nuns and many other members of the Parish.

    Let the customs and traditions of the past continue to prevail, and let people of various communities share the joys in their respective parishes with their counterparts scattered in many parts of the world.

    Thank you, Daijiworld, for a fantastic job in gathering so much of information and sharing with readers all over the world, including ourselves. Wishing you all a belated Happy Monthi Fest.

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