Mangaluru: Mount Carmel Central School celebrates Kannada Rajyotsava

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Mangaluru, Nov 2: Kannada Rajyotsava is celebrated every year on November 1 since 1956 with great pomp in our state Karnataka. Kannadigas celebrate this day as the Karnataka State Formation Day where all the Kannada language-speaking regions of South India were merged to form the state.

Mount Carmel Central School celebrated the 65th Kannada Rajyotsava Day virtually in the school on November 1 with a short programme. The students prayed for our Karnataka State and depicted the glory of Karnataka in a speech and dance. Kindly click the link for the detailed programme.





A few competitions like Fancy Dress on Kannada poets, writers, freedom fighters etc, Bhavageethe, folk songs and mono acting in Kannada were held prior to this day to foster love for Kannada among the students of classes I to VIII. It was heartwarming to see the enthusiasm of the students taking part in these competitions.


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  • Sonia, Mangaluru

    Mon, Nov 02 2020

    Well done! I am thrilled to see the enthusiasm of the students in the competitions. Thank you for the organizers in keeping our children updated and active.

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