Al Ain: Rajyotsava Celebrated by Kannada Sangh

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Daijiworld Media Network— Al Ain, UAE (SN/CN)

Al Ain, U A E, Nov 29: The Kannada Rajyotsava organized by the Kannada Sangh Al Ain Buraimi, was held at Al-Ain Junior School, recently. Mohammad Ibrahim, managing partner, Bin Darvish Organization, Harshad, president, Al-Ain Junior School, and Tanvir Harshad, managing director, Al-Ain Junior School, were the chief guests.

Speaking on the occasion, Mohammad Ibrahim said that conducting this kind of a programme is necessary to disseminate Kannada language and culture to the new generation.

Tanvir Harshad praised the activities of the Kannada Sangh towards the growth of Kannada language and its tradition. Children presented cultural programmes with a flavour of Karnataka. 

A drawing competition, and various other competitions were held under the guidance of Savita Nayak, Sandya, Amina Amin, Sarvasri Vinod, Janardan, and Peter. Sridhar Gowda welcomed the gathering. Ummar Farooq introduced the guests. Janardan proposed the vote of thanks and C H Ibbi compered the programme.


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  • azeez laadi moodbidri., moodbidri-dubai

    Sat, Nov 29 2008

    Thanks to Ummer Farook and daiji team for the coverage. Congratulations to the Alain kannada sangha.It is nice to see Mr.C.H.Ibbi.  I know him since chilhood. He was active in all the college programmes.

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