Kasargod: Postman ‘Cycle Satish’ all set to retire on March 31 after 42 years of service

Daijiworld Media Network – Kasargod (MS)

Kasaragod, Mar 30: B Satish, fondly called as ‘Cycle Satish’, who has served as postman on his bicycle for 42 years is all set to retire on March 31, Friday. His colleagues are getting ready to give him a fitting farewell.

Satish, a resident of Koodlu in the district, is one of the representative of Kannadigas in the postal department of the border district. He has not used any other vehicle except a bicycle throughout his service. He served as EDMC at Koodlu post office for 30 years and got promoted as MTS at the central post office of Kasaragod for 12 years.

If Kannadigas arrived at the post office he would give them the required attention and service and is quite popular with the public. He worked during the Covid-19 pandemic also without taking any leave. He also ensured that medical parcels reached people on time. Besides, Satish is actively involved in pro-Kannada activities.

Satish belongs to the royal family of Keladi kingdom of Karnataka. They have been performing pooja of Ashwarooda Parvati Devi in their house from time immemorial. Their house is known as Keladi Rajavamshastha Devaramane.

Satish has also authored a book titled ‘Keladi Raja Kutumbasthara Charithre’.

He was felicitated by Kotekar sub-division of Shringeri Jagadguru Peeta, Shree Kshethra Dharmasthala, Udupi Sri Krishna Math, Shree Kshethra Kukke Subramanya, Edapadavu Sri Hopalakrishna temple, Keladi Kavaledurga Math, Hosanagara Math, Gurupur Jangama Math, Bengaluru Basava Samiti, Kaiga atomic plant and Bhadravati Yuvaka Mandala.

Satish was born in 1963 as the son of Purushottama and Vasanthi couple at his grandmother’s house in Attavar. He completed his primary education at Attavar lower primary school and his bachelors degree from St Aloysius College and post graduation degree at Kerala University.




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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Fri, Mar 31 2023

    Wishing you a peaceful Retired Life ...

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  • Manoj, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 31 2023

    In Kasaragod 'Cycle sathish' is ok.... but in Kudla it is double meaning word....!!!

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  • Pradeep Kumar, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 31 2023

    Hat s off to you sir, Wis u all the best for future life. Thank u very much your 43 years service to society as a postman.

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  • Husain, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 31 2023

    Hat's off to you Sir, Congratulations on achieving such a great milestone! You made Kannadigas proud.

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  • Nani, IXE

    Thu, Mar 30 2023

    A big salute to your service Cycle Satish..may the almighty bless you with good health always..stay happy🙏🙏🙏

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  • Ben D'Souza Prabhu, Mangalore, Bombay Bandra now in Canada

    Thu, Mar 30 2023

    THANK YOU Very much my dear Loving Friend Satishbhai ! You have done really ' A Great Service to our Nation ' Only hope your retirement benefit is Very Good, Please accept it with a Smiling Face ! May our Loving Almighty Bless you and your Happy Household and the entire Family Members !!!

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  • Charan, Managalore

    Thu, Mar 30 2023

    Acche din

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