Mangaluru: KNS to hold baby show, various competitions on its 80th jubilee curtain raiser

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, Feb 3: On the occasion of the curtain raiser of its 80th jubilee, the Konkani Natak Sabha (R) announced various competitions including a baby show and cake baking competition.

The competitions will be held on Sunday, February 19 at Don Bosco Hall, Mangaluru 2 pm onwards. A dance contest for couples and Indian traditional attire competition is also part of this event. The entire event is titled Sambhram -2023 which will culminate with the conferring Lifetime Achievement awards to Eric Ozario, Gurkar, Mandd Sobhann for his immense contribution to Konkani language and culture.

The entry for competitions will be free and the last date for registration is February 11, Saturday. The participants may call on 9844794033 ( Liston) or 9900406006 (Cletus.

The Konkani Natak Sabha (KNS) is a Konkani drama society formed on September 19, 1943 by Fr George Albuquerque Pai SJ (of St Aloysius College, Mangaluru), by bringing together active youngsters of local theatre groups from all over Mangaluru. KNS is a cultural organization founded primarily for the Apostolate of the Stage with an objective of promotion of the mother tongue-Konkani, and the advancement of cultural, social and moral upliftment of the society in general. "Natak Dwarin Dharmik Sadhan'' meaning service through stage is the cherished motto of the Sabha.







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