Mangaluru/Udupi: Coronavirus - In show of solidarity, people light candles, earthen lamps


Pics: Dayanand Kukkaje / Spoorthi Ullal
Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru/Udupi

Mangaluru/Udupi, Apr 5: In response to the call given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, people across the city switched off their lights at sharp 9 pm and came on to their balconies and out of their doors with torches and lighted candles.

The gesture was a symbolic effort to showcase unity in the country's battle against coronavirus, and a show of solidarity with the poor who are suffering the most due to shortage or inaccessibility of essential commodities.

The Prime Minister in his address to the nation on Friday April 3 had urged people to show unity and solidarity by lighting earthen lamps, candles, torches or mobile flashlights from 9 pm for nine minutes. "On April 5, at 9 pm, turn off all the lights in your homes, stand at your doors or in your balconies, and light candles or diyas, torches or mobile flashlights for 9 minutes," Modi had said.adding this is to challenge the darkness caused by the coronavirus.


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He had said that the gesture was to also awaken the "superpower of 130 crore Indians".

In response, scores of households across the city switched off their lights and came on their balconies with candles and earthen lamps for nine minutes. It seemed like Diwali was here once again. In some areas, people even burst crackers, even though PM Modi had urged not to cross the threshold of one's house.

In some neighbourhoods, people got together to arrange earthen lamps (diyas) in the shape of India to express unity. Temples like Sri Kateel Kshetra lit up a thousand candles.

In Udupi, MLA Raghupati Bhat came out of his house along with his family members and expressed solidarity by lighting earthen lamps and switching off lights. MP Shobha Karandlaje too switched off the lights of her house and lit a candle.

In Doddanagudde, the locals adorned the road by placing earthen lamps on both sides. Aneesh Shettigar of Kukkikatte arranged earthen lamps to form Modi's name.

Udupi's famous Sri Krishna Math lit up with scores of diyas. Temples in Kaup too were adorned with earthen lamps.

The gesture comes days after PM Modi called upon people to clap and ring bells to join hands in the country's fight against the coronavirus pandemic and to express appreciation towards those in healthcare and essential services who have been working selflessly. In some parts however, people had come on to the streets in almost a celebratory mood unmindful of social distancing.

 

 

  

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  • Bobato Pinto, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    India has recorded the highest number of deaths and new cases in the past 24 hours!

    Lighting candles, taali and ghanta does not help, supporting the medical profession ensuring enough supplies of PPE and ventilators is the need of the hour not drama and tamasha like last night,!

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  • S Shetty, Tulunad

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Especially for people Who Oppose this,


    as per me, IDEA is to have some movement, some positivity some positive news in this lockdown period to get away the worries, boredom and to get some confidence and to show others that you are not alone in this... that's it, people, it's very simple...


    Don't Try to Find Logic in this, Also One should Keep the Hate away once we all get away from this you should resume the Hate... Hold it tight for Time Being ...

    Solmelu.. Jai Tulunaad!

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  • Ramesh, Udupi

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    When we were busy lighting the candles and diyas, millions of Indians slept hungry, please help poor and daily wagers.

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  • Gopal, Barkur

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    What you are doing at that time..it also duty of your..dont forget. At least try to feed one person first..from which you will get inner happiness you will feed more people in coming days. I bet.

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  • Praveen, mangalore/no place to go

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    This is the problem with us Indians. Always pointing fingers at others. This is a classic example

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  • Praveen, Mangalore/ No place to go

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    What solidarity are you people talking about. Dont just fake, you people dont even have the heart to help neighboring states during times of medical emergencies now for what joy are you all coming out to light diyas, are you promoting solidarity or promoting someone else?

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  • Gopal, Barkur

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Corona itself confused in india whether it is suchmuch virus while.looking celebration all over. Faith should be majboot always...nor ki evil things to spread to the society often.

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  • DMBangera, Mangalore/Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Solidarity doesn't mean exposing to grave risk one own people for the sake of outsiders suffering due to misplaced priorities of their government.Your name says "nowhere to go" .Why not Kasagod once the borders are opened?

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  • Praveen, Mangalore/ Delhi

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Well said Bangera, " outsiders" so you consider people from neighboring states as outsiders? do you remember the pledge we took in our schools and colleges " all Indians are my brothers and sisters" I am certain you you dont remember or you have never taken the pledge. If they are outsiders even you are an outsider in Mumbai. I have been away for my family for months and when I came back to India I was asked to quarantine in Delhi which I happily accepted to make sure I am socially responsible, if people in Delhi thought I was an outsider they wouldn't have allowed me to stay here for a month. I am an Indian, be it Kasargod or Kashmir, I have the right to go anywhere the same way you went to Mumbai.

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  • Praveen, Mangalore/Delhi

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    I am not from Kerala, I am typical Kannadiga but I would like to point out that majority of the nurses in Mangalore and Mumbai are nurses from Kerala!!! keep that in mind

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  • Langoolacharya., Belman / Washington, DC.

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Nice pictures...children look very happy like Deepavali....

    ...Tak...Takk...

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  • Gopal, Barkur

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Lovely...amazing photos clicked by daiji...daya and spoorti...and also on dot.
    covered mostly. At lock-down we can able to view on-going around Magalore/Udipi and other places. People given good response.to PM's call.

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  • Mangalorean, Udupi

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Good initiative. Please also waive off rents and pay private sector salaries as there is no business dear PM..

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  • Pavan, Mlr

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Lol next task like big boss.watch DD for another 21 days,

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Bhandarkmaam; but is Kasargod included in this invocation, just a thought?

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  • VISHUKIRAN FERNANDES, Kalasa

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Modi - hate him or love him, but he surely gets the nation talking about him...What a support in India for his light a lamp excercise.

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Give increased pay to covid warriors and free insurance coverage. The nation is deeply indebted to them.

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  • moshu, mangaluru

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    However, despite responding to Modi’s ‘lights off’ call, many people said they still wanted the government to answer key questions about India’s strategy to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus. Among these:

    1. How the government is planning to ramp up the production of personal protective equipment (PPE) and masks for doctors and hospital staff who face the threat of getting infected.

    2. When and how will India increase testing so that the scale and reach of the spread of the virus is known?

    3. How prepared is India with hospital beds, isolation wards and ventilators to deal with an increase in number of patients?

    4. What are the steps the government is taking to mitigate the economic loss to migrant workers, land less labourers and daily wage earners?

    5. What steps beyond the financial package announced on March 26 is the government going to take to deal with the massive losses to the economy that have, and will, occur due to the lockdown?

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  • moshu, mangaluru

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    When I watched other cities on tv People lit diyas and burst crackers and then mingled, chanting ‘Go corona go’ and 'Bharat Mata ki Jai'. If their intent was to fight the virus, the one proven method, social distancing, was not adequately followed. Modi Harnesses 'Power of Light', Questions Remain on Strategy to Combat COVID-19.

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  • Gopal, Barkur

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Whole of india united at this hour minus some evil-minded people. God itself made universe with both good/bad....heaven/hell....farishta/shaitan...so people comes to know the difference.

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  • Netizen, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Andhkar, andhvishwas and andhbhakti wont getridoff Corona. It's all noutanki. Who know next time we are asked to get ready for rangoli contest.

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  • S Shetty, Tulunad

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Netizen, Mangalore


    Sir Aaap Nahi Samjhoge. Time Nikalke Photos Dekha Aaapne, Aur Comment Bhi Kiya, Hum Bohot Shukar Guzhar hai Aaapke.. Have a good Life Ahead Sir.

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  • abdulla, india

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    India is the best nation..
    with 1.4 billion smart Indians..
    United we stand..
    hand in hand.
    help/reach out to the poor.. in need. Food ..clothing and Shelter...
    now is the time to reach out.
    Be disciplined.
    be calm..prayerful.. .in harmony.. in peace.. COOL..
    Help the poor now..
    this is the biggest religion.
    treat other slike GOD.
    solidarity..

    India should export:
    Sanskrit
    Vegetarian diets.
    Yoga
    Meditation.
    Namasthe.
    Ayurveda medicine.
    Fasting.
    all these are amazing practice and Culture..
    Let us join hands to the HEART and Bow.
    with all Humility... humble..
    be Gentle and Kind.

    healthy mind: healthy body.
    stand-in solidarity

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  • Ashok, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Some comments here sounds like these calls for solidarity with our corona warriors through sounds or lights today is going to have a direct effect on covid19. Solidarity will always mean psychological support. Anyways leave aside such elements and let us pray to God to protect the World from Covid19 and things can get back to normal.

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  • nazeer husain, Jeddah KSA

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Nonsense has crossed it's limitations. The coastal voters always vote for bjp just going behind modi speeches and their light moment was expected.

    Todays call of modi originally came from an ancient religion based belief and slowly India is now becoming non democratic state by giving significance to unscientific traditions .

    Finally someone told that when Donal Trump ask for malaria medicine from India then Indian counterpart question Trump weather he need christain malaria drug or Muslim malaria drug. We in India already classified carona into thabligi or ect..........

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  • Shashi Shetty, Santhoor

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    There is space for everyone in Ancient Indian culture . The problem will be when the ancient culture or elsewhere is enforced upon free thinking Indians who pray their own god at their will . Cannot imagine india with the Uniform attire .

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    Readers, it was an emotional experience, a sheer magic enfoulded me, as the candle sparkled shedding its yellow flames, the tension, stress, anxiety as to what the future will be for all of us, seems forgotten..... This is what positive thoughts, energy is all about, it boost up your spirits, provides you with renewed energy, to fight !!! We will certainly win the battle against Covid19 pandemic !!!!!

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  • G Veer S, Nagpur

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    Why are so emotional and concerned. Cheer up man, our minister Ayush Naik has recommipended a Ayurvedic cure for this virus. It has cured Prince Charles. We have won this war against Covid-19 pandemic. Don't you trust?!?!?!?!?....

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    No doubt it was a show of solidarity, but in some places in some slums people, throwing caution to the winds, were dancing on the roads with big fire batons as if like a victory dance, ignoring the law enforcers??

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  • Karthik, Konaje/Navi Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Wars against Plague, Spanish flue and polio also were won eventually without this Tamasha. The so called positive energy, renewed energy and what not is just a brain activity...some electrochemical reactions, thanks to neuro transmitters such as Dopamine, oxytocin, serotonin endorphins..

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  • Clara, Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    Power of Narendra modi Sir . Hats off people from all the Religion who showed solidarity today .Jai Jai Jai Namo .All media ,From president to MLA evryone showed the solidarity . Jai jai Namo .Next time also on 2024 Modi will only be PM.

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  • Indian, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    So from today corona is gone from our country. What foolish thinking. And one of the mla Mr. Ramadas has mentioned one foolish statement.

    http://www.daijiworld.com/news/newsDisplay.aspx?newsID=692594

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  • Clara, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Mr Indian . You are a big fool not me , Lighting candels and diyas and holding torch light it's a form of showing Solidarity by all people against Corona . This was been done by all the people ,all actors ,all Govt employees , people from all categories including street man are involved in this even few opposition parties are involved ,The agenda here is not to kill Karona . If you are frustrated against Modi than that's ur problem ur life is only to get frustrated and embarrassed .Also regarding ur remarks made by that MLA many political leaders make some or other comments .Even initial UT Khader made mockery but yesterday he also holded torch . Yesterday when diyas candels were been lighted by people from all the Relegion that's the unity of my Country . Next time also Modi is only the PM . Even if u do any circus .

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  • Indian, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Hello madam Clara
    I have not mentioned anybody regarding fool. It is mentioned has foolish thinking.
    How U are mentioning it as fools.
    I am not having enmity towards any party, has what u think in our mind. All political parties do the same.
    Let it be any prominent person of any party, nobody will come and take care of my family and help me. I only have to take care of everyone.
    All parties are there to do money and not bothered about the ppl well being. By implementing all kinds of taxes on ppl, which we will come to know soon once this pandemic stops.
    Don't blindly support one particular party, think logically and act.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Clara, this CORONA has come to unite the world w/o any discrimination! Can't you see the so called most powerful countries of the world coming to their knees; now being helped by poor countries like Russia, Cuba, India, and China! Yesterday, Trump asked for urgent supply of hydroxychloroquine tablets from India; these guys have always been an ally of our #1 enemy!!!
    I hope CORONA wipes out the ego, arrogance, domination, unjust actions from all rich & powerful nations & their inhabitants; this is the last chance!

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  • Clara, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Mr Indian . You are a big fool , Lighting candels and diyas and holding torch light it's a form of showing Solidarity by all people against Corona . This was been done by all the people ,all actors ,all Govt employees , people from all categories including street man are involved in this even few opposition parties are involved ,The agenda here is not to kill Karona .

    If you are frustrated against Modi than that's ur problem ur life is only to get frustrated and embarrassed .Also regarding ur remarks made by that MLA many political leaders make some or other comments .Even initial UT Khader made mockery but yesterday he also holded torch . Yesterday when diyas candels were been lighted by people from all the Relegion that's the unity of my Country . Next time also Modi is only the PM . Even if u do any circus .

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  • Clara, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Mr Indian see how easily you divert the issue ,now you are saying that you are not supporting any political party , but first time when you commented you gave example of BJP MLA .If you are not supporting any political party why do give such example of 1 political party along with the link . Don't be too smart also you were the one who used the word foolishness by saying that did Corono go , When you yourself didn't understand the concept or you may be the frustrated looking at the crowd yesterday .You are correct whichever government comes we have to pax tay no doubt in that we only should earn bread and butter .Mean time when Government is doing something good like this .It's our duty that we should stand for it as a form of solidarity this is what happened yesterday people of every religion supported . Don't blindly criticize government all the time Without any logic and just for ur frustration .

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  • Clara, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Rudolf for the same CORONO Which destroys the people which you call as unite .We all should stand together irrespective of any religion, cast , Profession , Political parties ,This is what had happened yesterday On Modis call 98 % of the people supported and they effectively did . Its a form of symbol that we people are today showing our solidarity and unity against the deadly diseases that today entire world is facing the disasters Corona .Even can’t you see that Indian Population is so large compared to other country but still the statistics against quarantined people is less(which we all will pray that it will be less more) against other country . This is because the effective measures of the Lock down taken by our Dynamic PM Modi sir . Once we are sorted out by the crisis we shall help other countries no harm in that . I hope we people Completely Eradicate CORONA and Kill that diseases. Also let all the people forget their ego, arrogance, domination, Frustration, Dirty Politics, Embarrassment and Fully Support the Government.

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  • Al Dsouza, Canada

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    I pray to lord Jesus christ on palm Sunday to protect everyone from this virus and precious blood of Jesus to heal us and protect us. He is the lord god have a power to destroy this virus.lets pray to him

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  • Clara, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    D'Souza Sir .Sure sir let's all Pray and let this Virus only be destroyed .

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  • Purvi, Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    Didn't see much of it from where I stay...from my house can see many high rise buildings..was expecting all lights off and candles, diyas or lights...
    But it was a complete disappointment.... From those buildings..only one or two houses could see diyas and lights....

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  • Dinesh Kumar Shetty, Katipalla

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    You must be living in Ullala

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  • Pavan, Mlr

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    How about katipalla?

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  • ad, mangaluru

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    Solidarity to fight coronavirus darkness, Can India show solidarity to fight political darkness of divide?

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  • S Shetty, Tulunad

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    ad, Mangaluru

    Sir Plotical darkNess Started in 1947, When Pak Created for Muslims and Hindustan for Hindus .. If anything has to go away it should go away from there, I will be supportive of that, Imagine One Big Secular nation...

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  • G veer S, Nagpur

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    Non reference to intended message to health care workers. Banners, placards and write ups would have sent a direct message to healthcare workers lauding thier selfless contribution.

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  • Avil Dev, Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    Lighting of lamp or candles was a show of solidarity to each and every Indian that includes all.

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  • G Veer S, Nagpur

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    Modi himself said it is for 'Corona Warriors' but now the credit is going to him???!!!....Nothing unusual dwelling in stolen limelight.

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    Well, what can i say !!! Positive thoughts gets eclipsed by negative energy !!! This is a disease which has enslaved the minds of our opposition party leaders....

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  • Mathan Raj, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Modi does not need any lime light, Majority of Indians in every walk of life are with him , including minorities. If all you said was true, RaGa would NOT have fled from his 50 year old family bastion Amethi to Kerala Wayanad only to win on Muslim votes.

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  • Santhosh, Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    Very good show of solidarity, Irrespective of religion , all came out to light candles and Dias!!!.It is a solidarity and commitment of the nation to fight against COVID19.

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  • ashraf, mangalore

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    No social distancing.

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  • VM, Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    Sound,Lights... What next???

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  • Dylan, Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    DJ party,.........!!!

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  • Hshetty, Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    ACTION !!!!!. .....against corona lockdown rule breakers !!!

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  • Santhosh, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Well said

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  • Pancha, Mangalroe

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    next is....VM......Vontank stitch ......Mandyak maar......

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  • Narayan Acharya, Udupi

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    It was an emotional moment! We could feel the energy seeping in and giving us a feeling of absolute well being despite the negativity around!
    We could feel something sweeping across eradicating the venom, hatred and communalism.

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  • AD, Mangaluru

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    Looking forward for next Sunday evening action sir.

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  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    We also done it in our home........

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  • R.Bhandarkar, Mangaluru

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    👍God bless our country.

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  • Hz, Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  • Bhavya Baliga, Udupi / San Francisco

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    It had to be, dear Hz, such a bliss. Ignore the spreading 'thook'!

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  • Gopal, Barkur

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    Ms.Bhavya...Excellent.

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  • Dinesh Kumar Shetty, Katipalla

    Sun, Apr 5 2020

    Smile is Ok, please do not spit

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