Mumbai: ‘Chinnara Bimba’ Children’s Cultural Extravaganza Concludes

By Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network—Mumbai (RD)

Mumbai, Dec 29: Children’s drama troupe ‘Chinnara Bimba’ organized the ninth children’s cultural extravaganza at Radhabai T Bhandary auditorium located at Bunts Bhavan, Kurla (East), on Saturday December 24.

Bunts community veteran leader M D Shetty inaugurated the children’s cultural extravaganza on Saturday morning.

Vidhyavihar–Gaondevi Ambika temple chief priest Pernankila Haridas Bhat graced the occasion.

‘Udayavani’, Kannada daily group editor Ravi Hegde presided over the programme.

Sahana Group of Companies managing director Hemalata S Shetty was the chief guest on the occasion.

Mumbai Bunts Sangh president chartered accountant Shankar B Shetty presided over the prize distribution ceremony held on Saturday evening.

Ryan International Group of Education Institutions managing director Grace Pinto was the chief guest.

Sai Care Logistics Limited chairman Surendra A Poojary, Sandalwood music director Gurukiran, and Chinnara Bimba promoter Prakash B Bhandary were the guests of honour.

Dakshina Kannada district Rajyotsav award recipients Keerti Shetty and Darshan Shetty were felicitated during the programme.

Chinnara Bimba founder president Pooja P Bhandary, president Naina P Bhandary, honorary secretary Sreyas S Hegde, joint secretaries Ankita Ramesh Rai and Sparsha Salian, treasurer Disha Shetty, as well as joint treasurers Dhiraj Shetty and Megha Hegde were present on the occasion.

Malati S, Poornima Shetty, and Ashok Pakkala compered the programme.  Satish Salian proposed the vote of thanks.


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