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Dubai, April 30: Parishioners of the coastal beautiful and fertile land of Kemmannu (Kallianpur Varado) residing in the U.A.E. gathered this Friday, April 28 at Ratsky Club Hall, Karama hotel, to celebrate their one year of togetherness, camaradarie and unity courtesy a well organized team of members called 'Kemmannu Flowers'. The event called 'Kemmannu Utsav' was a superb example of their talents, enthusiasm and commitment.  The event was a fabulous one with loads of entertainment from their members and others, apart from sumptous buffet lunch and music.

The entire programme was a well organized one, with no hassles or delays. Also, the entire day was a result of fusion of great talents and tireless efforts. 'Kemmannu Flowers' have proved that they are one of the most talented guys around, plus they have achieved great success in bringing Kemman-kars under one umbrella as their unity and solidarity was clearly evident in this successful programme.

The main attraction of the day was scintillating music by 'Rhythms', a quality Konkani music band in town.

The celebrations began with a Thanksgiving Hymn sung by the members. This was followed by honouring of guests and sponsors with bouquets of flowers. Fr Fredric D'Souza - Priest of Dubai St Mary's Church and spiritual director of Kemmannu Flowers was the guest of honour. Main sponsor Frank Fernandes of Mosaco shipping and guests Naveen Sequeira of Maibhas web site, Walter Nandalike of Daijiworld's represented by Dinesh Correa too received floral honour.

The entire event was clubbed with great fun and entertainment stuff.  Breathtaking dances by kids and elders was one of the main attractions.  'Kajra Re' song received highest applauds for imitating the Big B and the junior B. Konkani Bangra to 'Zala Love' too was wonderful.  Various skits by the versatile and budding actors really kept the crowd in a jovial mood.  There was laughter all over.

'Rhythms' band presenting Kethan on the keyboard, Valentine on the lead guitar, Prem Alvares on the base guitar, Shameer on Rhythm Pad, Wilfy on jazz drums, Vincy on Congo and Abbas on Tabla proved that they are the number one Konkani band in town. Their singers sang some wonderful songs, some of which were 'Noorondu Nenapu' by Dony Correa, 'Dream Boy' by Dinesh Correa and Asha Correa. Members too crooned with some foot-tapping numbers like 'Ful Fula', 'Jeevan'.

It was an emotional moment too, as many community members met each other after a long time.

Dony Correa, compere beyond compare beautifully guided the entire event to a great success with some wonderful spot prizes, games and quizzes.  'Kamman Flowers' Secretary proposed vote of thanks.  Earlier, to start the stage programme, president of the Sangh welcomed the gathering.

Undoubedly, one of the most creative programmes ever held in Dubai, commenced at 11.30 am lasted till 6.00 pm with non stop Bayla and the foot tapping 'Kala Kawwa'.

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