Mumbai: Vasai Konkani Welfare Association celebrates Monthi Fest

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Mumbai, Sep 19: Vasai Konkani Welfare Association organized its 11th annual Monti Fest celebration on September 8 evening at Vishwakarma Hall, Vasai West, Palghar.

It was a fun filled nostalgic get-together of Konkani families, both young and old. The occasion was graced by several dignitaries and past presidents of the Association and attended by Fr John Lobo and Fr Ramesh Dsouza. Both the priests greeted the gathering and addressed them.

The evening had the winners of the Konkani talent competition performing and regaling the audience. It was compered well by the enthusiastic duo of Elvita Mendonca and Josna Abrew.

In between the song and dance entertainment prizes were given to all the winners of the Konkani talent competition as well as the achievers in academics and sport. All the prize winners were cheered and encouraged by those present.

The evening culminated in having a community dinner sharing the 'Novem' traditional food of rice and assorted vegetables on banana leaves. It was indeed an evening to cherish and remember by one and all.


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  • Annie Colaco,, Mangalore/Mumbai.

    Tue, Oct 22 2019

    I am very happy to see my Bappu on stage Mr. Stevan Fernandes. Every year I see him. Full of Enthusiasm for celebration. May God bless you always Bappu.


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