Bantwal: 11th Jodukare Kambala at Kodibail on April 17 – former minister Ramanath Rai


Mounesh Vishwakarma

Daijiworld Media Network – Bantwal (EP)

Bantwal, Apr 14: 

“The Jodukare Kambala of the 11th year will be held at Kodibail, Navoor grama in the taluk on April 17,” said former minister and Kambala committee honorary president B Ramanath Rai.
Speaking in the news conference at B C Road he said that this is the first time in the history that Kambala fields are prepared within such a very short time period.

“The Moodoor – Padoor Jodukare Kambala that was being held in a unique way at Kavalkatte was suspended for the last few years for various reasons. As per the wish of Kambala fans it will be held under the name of Moodoor - Padoor Kambala in the natural beauty of Navoor, three kilometres away from Bantwal town,” he said.

 “The Kambala will be held with the blessings of Dr Veerendra Heggade. Head of the seat of Karnataka Idiga Maha Samsthana, Mohandas Swamiji, Allipade St Anthony Church parish priest Fr Fredrick Monteiro and Sultan Nagar Badriaya Juma Masjid’s priest Janab Mohammed Nasih Darimi will participate in the inauguration programme,” he said.

“Vidhan Parishad opposition leader B K Hariprasad, SDCC bank president Dr M N Rajendra Kumar, social and political leaders and Tulu film actors will take part in the concluding programme in the evening,” he added.

Ramanath Rai announced the new Kambala committee and released the invitation letter of the Kambala.

Kambala committee president Pius L Rodrigues, convener Padmashekar Jain, executive president Chandrashekar Shetty Tumbe, vice president Avil Menezes, Baby Kunder, Sudeep Kumar Shetty, Sudarshan Jain, Mayilappa Salian, Kambala committee members Shabeer, Denzil and others were present.


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