Mangalore: Mandd Sobhann Observes World Women’s Day

Mangalore: Mandd Sobhann Observes World Women’s Day

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangalore (MM/RD)
Pics: Prajwal Ukkuda

Mangalore, Mar 2: The monthly programme by Mandd Sobhann dedicated to World Women’s Day, which falls on Saturday March 8 was observed on Sunday March 2 evening.

All women choir group rendered scintillating music with Irene Rebello, music director, Edith D’Souza, Zeena Pereira, Simona Pereira and other women participated in this exclusively Women’s Day programme.

Gloria Rodrigues and Matilda Pinto compered the programme.

The packed crowd of audience at Kalangann witnessed for the first time in its history, an exclusive event staged by women was indeed a memorable evening for the viewers. 

‘Konkani Bazaar’ was inaugurated at Kalangan on Sunday March 2.

Eric Ozario, president of Konkani Sahitya Academy inaugurated ‘Konkani Bazaar’ in the presence of dignitaries and hundreds of spectators.

Fr John Fernandes, Chairman, Chair in Christianity, Mangalore University graced the occasion.

Fr Pratap Naik, director of St Thomas Konknni Institute, Goa, Louie Pinto, president of Mandd Sobhan, Roy Castelino, entrepreneur were present.

Eric Ozario, in his inaugural address, said that all the publications related to Konkani will be available at ‘Konkani Bazaar’ including CDs and VCDs of Konkani Nirantari, a debut of Mandd Sobhan which made it to Guinness Book of Records, recently.

Stany Alvares compered the programme.


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