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Dubai, April 29: St Francis Xavier Kuttam  MUDARANGADI  UAE  celebrated its 4th anniversary at President hotel Karama Dubai. The show Started with the introduction by vice president Anil prakash D'Souza and a very warm welcome by president  Reny Fernandes. The show was graced by the presence of honorable guests James (president of Mangalore Konkans) and Valerian Peris (Former president Mangalore Konkans).

A whole day function was arranged with various entertainment activities like magic show, Bharathnatyam, kids dances and the most appreciated event was the ‘Yellur-da Band’ played by Mudarangady parishioners which made the crowd to cheer and to ask for more. Lots of spot games and spot prizes were conducted to encourage the crowd for a total participation. Rocking live band was Played by ‘Mangalore Mithr’. The most enjoyed Tracks were 'Mokedas Singary' and 'Bare Bare tare' by Ganesh Prasad , ‘Moje namv Pedru Zuvanv' by Praveen,  'Maka tuzo ugdas yetha' by Asha Fernandes and Clifford, and 'America' by Flavy D'Almeda and the latest 'Moja angnath pole' by Andrea, which made the gathering to cheer and dance. 

More than 300 people participated and enjoyed the show which was successfully compered by Uttam Menezes. The whole event was organized with the great Support by Noel D’Almeda (Novy) was a total success. A heartfelt vote of thanks was presented by Fernandis. Thanks to everyone for making the event a grand success.

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