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Rons Bantwal for Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (AF)

Mumbai, Apr 25: The 75th year celebrations of Billawar Association was recently held in St Lawrence High School hall, Thane, here.

Association president Jaya C Suvarna presided over the programme while Sadanand Poojary of Poojary and Company was the chief guest. Crown Enterprises chief director Ravindranath K Amin and Asian Freight Forward Pvt Ltd director Prema D Kotian were the guests of honour.

Jaya C Suvarna was honoured on the occasion.

Cultural programmes were staged by members and children in association with Kala Saurabha. There was also a Yakshagana presentation titled ‘Mahishamardhini’ by the members of the ladies wing of Thane regional unit and directed by Muddu Anchan and Kateel Sadanand.

Gurunarayan Yakshagana troupe presented ‘Koti Chennaya’ on the occasion.

Association vice-president V R Kotian, L V Amin, M B Kukian, programme organizing committee working president Y Nagesh, honorary secretary C T Salian, honorary chief treasurer Bhaskar V Bangera, ladies wing working president Jayanti Ullal, central office representative Jyoti K Suvarna, businessman Shankar Amin, Anand Amin, Association secretary Shankar D Poojary, Thane regional committee working president Ashok M Kotian, vice-president K P Suvarna, honorary secretary D Anant Salian, honorary treasurer Sanjiva S Poojary and others were present.

Association honorary chief secretary Nityanand D Kotian compered. 


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