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Dubai, Sept 10: This is the time of celebrations for Magaloreans in native as well as around the world to celebrate their favorite traditional family feast “Monti Fest”.  The feast of Mother Mary’s Birthday as well as the feast of “New Paddy”.

Karaval Milan, Dubai celebrated the “Monti Fest” on 7th Sept in Dubai. All the members of Karaval Milan along with their family joined during the occasion.

President Rony Byndoor welcomed the gathering in the beginning.  James Pius conducted prayers, followed by offering of flowers by children to Mother Mary as the gathering was singing the hymn “Moriyek Hogolsiyam”.

Wilson D’sa conducted various games for kids & adults and prizes are been distributed to the winners.

During the occasion the 2nd anniversary of & wedding anniversary of Cultural Secretary Eric D’souza and Lawrence D’Almeida celebrated by cutting a cake.

Rony Byndoor, Gretta D’souza, Glen Mendonsa, Stany D’Cunha and budding talent baby Dilina entertained the gathering with thier melodious voices & popular Konkani songs.

Secretary Janet Naveen Sequeira gave the vote of thanks.

Program concluded with the traditional “Novem Jevnchem" consists of variety of Vegetable dishes with Kallianpur-Kundapur traditional specialty fish curry and fish fry.

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