Baroda: Tulu Sangha celebrates Dasara festival

Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network – Baroda (EP)

Baroda, Oct 5: Tulu Sangha Baroda celebrated Dasara festival under the guidance of its president Shashidhar B Shetty and honorary president Dayananda Bontra at India Bulls mall here on Wednesday, October 5.

The members welcomed the newly grown paddy. Dinesh Shetty Nyayampadi managing director of Delight engineers private limited and Dr Anita D Shetty were in charge of the rituals.

Vasu P Poojary who has been the honorary chief treasurer for the last three decades handed over the charge to P Balachandra Gowda. The office bearers presented scholarships and congratulated the children of members who secured high marks in SSC and HSC examination.

K Madhava Shetty, Sathish Shetty, S Krishna Shetty, Shakuntala B Shetty, Mahaveer B Jain, Ravi Shetty, Vishal Shanta, Swathi V Shanta, Madankumar Moodugere, Ganvi M Gowda, Vasu V Suvarna, Dayanand Salian Hejmadi, Nalini V Poojary and other members were present. The members bought in auction the fruits and vegetables used in the poojas.

Ladies sang a prayer. Head of the ladies wing Dr Sharmila M Jain welcomed. Honorary chief secretary Balakrishna A Shetty gave an introductory address and compered the programme. Honorary chief treasurer P Balachandra Gowda rendered a vote of thanks.


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