‘Chinnara Bimba’ Branch Celebrates Annual Day
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Daijiworld Media Network—Mumbai (RD/CN)
Mumbai, Dec 29: ‘Chinnara Bimba’, an organization striving to promote distinct Tulunadu culture among children in the metro, has completed five years of fruitful service. It has trained over 10,000 children, which says a lot about its achievements. Let Chinnara Bimba grow like a huge tree with branches across the country and worldwide, said Chandrashekar Palettady, editor, ‘Karnataka Malla’.
Palettady was speaking after presiding over the annual day celebrations of the Navi Mumbai branch of Chinnara Bimba that was held recently at D Y Patil College auditorium, Nerul, Navi Mumbai.
Local social worker Santosh D Shetty lit the lamp. Speaking on the occasion, he conveyed best wishes for the Navi Mumbai branch of Chinnara Bimba invoking the grace of Sri Mookambika and Sri Shanishwar.
Gansoli Sri Mookamabika temple trustee Anni C Shetty, the guest of honour, said that spirituality, religious thinking and teaching, are essential for children along with studies to make them cultured citizens.
Chinnara Bimba Navi Mumbai branch in-charge Bhaskar Shetty, B K Bhagavat, Bunts’ Association Navi Mumbai regional committee president Sanjeev Shetty, Shanishwar temple secretary V K Suvarna, Bunts’ Association former secretary K D Shetty, local social worker Manohar Madvi, Kalamboli Ayyappa Bhakta Vranda president Sadanand D Shetty, and local branch president Darshan Damodar Shetty, were present on the dais.
Chinnara Bimba trustee and founder president Pooja Bhandary said that Chinnara Bimba has 25 branches in the metro, and the Navi Mumbai branch leads the way in innovative programmes.
A variety of cultural programmes were staged by children including ‘Sri Krishna Leela Kansavadhe’, a Yakshagana play.