Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (JD)
Udupi, Jan 27: ICYM St. John the Baptist church, Permude and Colin Olson Saldanha, Mangalore have emerged as winners of the Fourth edition of Godali Sadagara 2021 jointly organized by Daijiworld Udupi, Kishoo Enterprises and Uzward Fortnightly - Diocese of Udupi.
The Godali Sadagara contest received a very good response from the general public. This event was organized for the fourth time and more than 300 entries were received. The contest was held in two categories, individual and group.
Group - First - ICYM, St John the Baptist Church, Permude
Group - Second - Our Lady of Rosary Cathedral, Mangaluru
Group - Third - Holy Cross Church Eliarpadavu
Group - Consolation - Fatima Youth Committee (FYC), Our Lady of Fatima Church Miyapadavu
Group - Consolation - Sacred heart ward Miyar church
Group - Consolation - YCS Mogarnad
Individual - First - Colin Olson Saldanha, Mangaluru
Individual - Second - Anil Alwyn Veigas, Mangaluru
Individual - Third - Clifton Melric D'Souza, Mangaluru
Individual - Consolation - Wilson Joyal Pais, Bantwal
Individual - Consolation - Onil Sunil Dsouza, Mangaluru
Individual - Consolation- Sachin Saldanha
Crib making has been an integral part of the Christmas celebrations. Every household will create cribs during the Christmas season and remember the birth of Lord Jesus. Youths work together and build large cribs in the church premises. To encourage this tradition consecutively for the fourth year, the ’Godali Sadagara’ competition was organized.
The contest was supported by Tanishq Udupi, World of Titan Udupi, Titan Eye Plus and Cotton King.
1. ICYM St. John The Baptist Church, Permude
2. Our Lady of Rosary Cathedral, Mangalore
3. Holy Cross Church, Eliyarpadavu
The respective prizes were Rs 7,000, Rs 6,000 and Rs 5,000 along with trophy and certificate.
Fatima Youth Committee (FYC), Our Lady of Fatima Church Miyapadavu, Sacred Heart Ward, Miyar Church, YCS Mogarnad respectively won Rs 1,000.
1. Colin Olson Saldanha, Mangalore
2. Anil Alwyn Veigas, Mangalore
3. Clifton Melric D'souza, Mangalore
The Respective prizes were Rs 5,000, Rs 4,000 and Rs 3,000 along with trophy and certificate.
Wilson Joyal Pais, Bantwal, Onil Sunil D'Souza, Mangalore and Sachin Saldanha won Rs 1,000.