Kundapur: Culture can survive through religious rituals - MLA Kiran Kodgi

Daijiworld Media Network - Kundapura
Kundapura, Mar 3: "The existence of India, which is a fusion of rituals, traditions and cultures lies in religious practices," said Kundapura MLA A Kiran Kumar Kodgi adding that as long as religious rituals are held the country can remain strong.
He was speaking after inaugurating a Kunita Bhajana competition programme on the occasion of 23rd Vardhantyutsava by selected teams which was organised by Brahmashree Narayanguru Mandir, Sri Siddhivinayaka Temple, Kundapura.
President of Kundapura Taluk Billava Sangha Ashok Pujari, who presided over the programme, said that the 75th anniversary of the Billava Sangha has started with deity work. He said that when bhajana kainkarya is carried out in Kundapura, culture will blossom.

On this occasion, Srujana S P, a cricket star who is a champion at the national-level women's cricket was honoured. Later, 20 bhajan teams from the taluk participated in the competition.
Businessman Ganesh Kine Belve, former taluk panchayat vice-president Shekhar Chatrabettu, Kundapura Municipality member K Mohan Das Shenai, Kundapura Agricultural Service Cooperative Society president Krishnamurthy K, Basrur Agricultural Service Cooperative Society CEO Sabita Pujari, Narayana Guru Yuvaka Mandal president Yogesh Pujari Kodi, Rajesh Kadgi, general secretary of Shri Narayan Guru Educational and Cultural Trust, Rama Pujari Mullimane, vice-president of Billava Samaj, Shivaram Pujari Basruru, Girija Mani Gopal, president of Billava Women's unit were present in this meet.
Rajesh Kadgi introduced and welcomed. Secretary Ganesh Pujari Vithalavadi offered his felicitations. Satish Pujari Vaddarse and Anita Narendra Kumar hosted the programme.

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