Metro Karnataka Sangh Celebrates Platinum Jubilee

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Daijiworld Media Network—Mumbai (RD/CN)
Mumbai, Dec 23:
Kannada culture is still alive in the metro owing to various Kannadiga organizations. The service done by the Karnataka Sangh over the past 75 years and also the work of the Billava Association has helped keep Kannada alive here, said Bharat Co-Operative Bank (Mumbai) Limited chairman Vasudev R Kotian.
Kotian was delivering the presidential address at the platinum jubilee celebrations of Karnataka Sangh, sponsored by Billava Association, held recently at Billava Bhavan, Santacruz (East).
All denominations of Kannadiga organizations in the metro should work together in nurturing the Kannada culture in the metro, to have greater impact in the local community, he added.

Karnataka Sangh president Manohar M Kori presided over the programme.  Billava Association ‘Akshaya’ monthly journal editor M B Kukyan, litterateur Shimunje Parari, Mogaveer Vyavaspataka Mandali vice-president and entrepreneur S K Salian were the guests of honour.
Shimunje Parari said that his relations with various Kannadiga organizations were thriving including those with the Karnataka Sangh and Billava Association. He urged the gathering to attend shows of Tulu and Kannada plays so as to encourage amateur artistes. 
Billava Association office-bearers L V Amin, Y Nagesh, and Karnataka Sangh treasurer B G Nayak were present on the dais.
Billava Association secretary Nityanand D Kotian welcomed the gathering, secretary Omdas Kannangar delivered the keynote address.


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