Bahrain, Nov 7: Krisben Music honoured 37 remarkable Covid warriors from the Konkani community of Bahrain at the Indian Club here on November 3.
A momentous tribute unfolded during this show, honoring 37 remarkable COVID warriors from the Konkani community of Bahrain in the benevolent presence of two Covid-survivors Lancy Fernandes and Julius Lobo. The awards were handed over by Lancy and Julius in the presence of Christopher Roshan Lobo, owner of Krisben Music. Their journey through the trials and tribulations of the pandemic resonated deeply with every soul in attendance. Recognizing their unwavering commitment and selfless service during the pandemic, the event not only paid deserving respects to these warriors but also underscored the importance of solidarity within the community. Their resilience in the face of adversity served as an enduring reminder of the strength one finds in unity.
Walter Nandalike, the founder and managing director of Daijiworld media, graced the occasion with his presence, and his words resounded with heartfelt appreciation for the tireless efforts of the Covid warriors. He opined that the work of frontliners need to be acknowledged by the public. Nandalike in his vociferous address to the audience opined that it was for the first time a Konkani organization had come forward and that too in Bahrain to go out of the way to acknowledge and honour the Covid warriors and congratulated Krisben Music for initiating this noble act. He went on to narrate his own compelling story of surviving Covid, highlighting the incredible dedication and sacrifices made by the nurses and medical staff involved in the battle against the deadly virus at that time.
It was a poignant and inspiring evening, celebrating these unsung heroes who selflessly served on the frontlines of the pandemic and saw all through it.