Kulala Sangh of Metro Organizes Kulala Utsav - 2010

Report and Pics from Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD)
Mumbai, Nov 9:
The metro-based Kulala Sangh organized Kulala Utsav – 2010 during eightieth annual general body meeting at National Kannada Education Society High School auditorium, Indulal Buva Road, Wadala, here on Sunday November 7.  The Sangh president P K Salian presided over the meeting.
Speaking at the occasion, P K Salian said that the Kulala Sangh has been actively involved in bringing the brethrens of Kulala community to the mainstream of society.  It has built Kulala Bhavan in Mangalore with plans to build the same in the metro.  It will further boost the unity of community, said P K Salian.
Satyanarayan puja was held at the leadership of temple priest K Laxminarayana Samaga Dombivali at the same occasion.

The Sangh vice president P Devdas L Kulal, joint secretaries P Shekar Moolya and D I Moolya, joint treasurer Satish B Bangera, Seva Dal chief Karunakar J Moolya, building committee president Jayaram K Moolya, Guruvandana Bhajana Mandal president Vishwanath R Bangera, women wing president Mamata S Gujaran, Mira Road – Virar local committee president and ‘Amool’ quarterly editor Kutti K Moolya, Thane _ Kasara – Karzat – Bhiwandi local committee president Krishna S Moolya, Navi Mumbai local committee president Dr Harish B Salian, ‘Amoolya’ quarterly sub-editor Narayan Netrakere, Jyothi Credit Co-operative Society president N G Moolya and others were present at the dais.
The scholarships were distributed to the talented community students at the same occasion.
The community’s veteran social workers Sabhita G Moolya, Chandrashekar L Salian and Sumitra K Salian couple were felicitated during the programme.
The entrepreneur Aithu R Moolya released twelfth special issue of ‘Amoolya’ quarterly.
The community women and children staged variety entertainment programmes during Kulala Utsav – 2010.
Kasturi M Moolya, Jayanti V Bangera and Rekha A Moolya of women wing rendered the prayers.  P K Salian welcomed the gathering.  Honorary chief secretary Shanker Y Moolya presented the annual report.  Karunakar B Salian presented the annual accounts.  Shanker Y Moolya proposed vote of thanks.


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    Thu, Nov 11 2010

    Happy Diwali and greeting of the season,i am sorry to tell that the kulala sangh has become only few peoples company,actually the benefits or not reaching the people who need's, our draw back is, we don't have constant touch to each other and we are not united like other community, in our community we have enough big people who are not comming forward to help our community,we need our community to bring up from the root level itself,that means we have to teach our children in our home about our culture ,about our language and about our community, most our young boy's marring our community girl's,but the young girl's from big city's like Mumbai,Bangalore,mysore,chennai and even in our native running with other community boy's,this is not there mistake, this is our mistake,where we boughtup this kids without teaching them about our community,culture and language, hence i request all of brotheer's And sister's to take good step's in future to protect our community respect.

    Thanks & Regards

    S.Gopal kundar


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  • sadanand moolya, Inna/ sanpada,navi mumbai.

    Tue, Nov 09 2010

    Thank you for the news coverage.
    sadanand d moolya

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