'Mujo Ganv Tujem Nanv' Konkani Book Released in Three Scripts

Report and pics from Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD/SP)

Mumbai, Jul 8: 'Mujo Ganv Tujem Nanv', a Konkani book authored and published by Kaviraj J B Sequeira (72) in Kannada, Roman and Devanagari scripts, was recently released in the metro.  With the unique release of this book in three scripts, J B Sequeira, renowned Konkani poet and litterateur who has already contributed immensely to Konkani literature through several books in the past, has added one more feather to his cap.

Former Mumbai police commissioner Rony H Mendonca released the book at a simple ceremony held recently at Dr Antonio D'Silva auditorium, Dadar (West).

Catholic Council of India member Albert W D'Souza, Christian Chamber of Commerce and Industry vice president John D'Silva, 'Divo' Konkani weekly editor Lawrence Coelho, Fudar Foundation member John B Rebello, Sangeet Samrat Henry D'Souza, Rakno Konkani weekly former editor Fr Vincent V Menezes, Fr S Ramesh, Maharastra Konkan Association convener Leo Fernandes, former president Walter D'Souza, Konkani musician Victor Concesso and Model Co-Operative Bank director Banedicta B Rebello were present at the occasion.

Federation of Maharastra's Canara Catholic Association convener Rons Bantwal welcomed and compered the programme.  J B Sequeira proposed vote of thanks.


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