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Mangalore: Yuga, Efenzy and Gayatri Win All India Konkani Poetry Contest


Mangalore: Yuga, Efenzy and Gayatri Win All India Konkani Poetry Contest

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore (SP)

Mangalore, Jan 6: Kavita Trust which works for the promotion and popularization of Konkani poetry, has announced the results of the late Charles and Theresa Rodrigues memorial second All India Konkani Poetry Competition for Students. 

All the three prizes have been won by the students hailing from Goa.  While Yuga Adarkar, an eighth grade student of the People's High School has won the first prize of Rs 2000 and a certificate for her poem `Deva Mhaka Mozot Kor', Efenzy Fernandes, a seventh grade student of Fatima Convent High School has won the second prize of Rs 1000 and a certificate, while Gayatri M Naik, a ninth grader of the same school has been declared the second runner up,  thereby becoming eligible for a prize of Rs 750  in cash and a certificate.



Yuga Adarkar, Efenzy Fernandes, Gayatri M Naik


A total of 256 students took part in this competition from various states. All the participating students will be given a certificate each by the Kavita Trust.

The winners will be given the prizes during Kavita Fest - 2009, which will be held at Shanti Kiran, Bajjodi near Nanthoor on Saturday January 10.

Vinitha Naik from Goa was the winner of this competition last year, and she will be taking part in this year's multi-lingual poetry session being held on the occasion of Kavita Fest this year.


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  • Pius James. Kurugalnade, Barkur , Barkur

    Thu, Jan 8 2009

    I congratulate all the students who participated in konkani poetry contest, This shows to us konkani poetry has a bright and bright future, I also congratulate winners and runners keep it up konkan mai will bless you

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  • Robert Fernandes, Udyavar / Dubai

    Wed, Jan 7 2009

    I congratulate and salute these young budding poets who came out victorious in All India Konkani Poetry competition for students. It is pleasant surprise to learn that as many as 256 students took part this year's competition. Kudos to Kavitaa Trust for inspiring these young talents to take-up writing poetry in Konkani. We can foresee good harvest in the field of Konkani poetry if this trend catches-up amongst students. All the best to all these young poets who took keen interest in poetry.

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