Abu Dhabi: Karnataka Rajyotsava Event Re-scheduled on Nov 14

by Sujay Bendur
Daijiworld Media Network

Abu Dhabi, oct 22: Abu Dhabi Karnataka Sangha Postponed To celebartes Karnataka Rajyotsava on November 14, 2008 at Abu Dhabi Indian School Auditorium  from 10 am to 5 pm.
Since ISC Auditorium is not yet ready  and ADIS teachers/parents meeting is on 7th Nov. 2008,
Program will be Presided by Dr B.R Shetty , Patron, UAE Kannadigas

Special Attraction: Witty & Humorous talk by Dr. K.P Puthuraya Hanigavana Vaachana (Humorous) by eminent Kannadigas of UAE and Variety of Kannada Dances, Group Songs and Kannada Skits
Book this date in your calender to participate in Rajyotsava Celebration.
Those who are interested to give group dance  or programmes in Kannada, kindly contact
Ananth -050 7891843 or Manohar - 050 5212079


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  • alphonse, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 23 2008

    Wishing all the best for Abu Dhabi Karnataka Sanga for this event and esp. for its president Mr. Sarvotham Shetty and Dr. B.R. Shetty, Patron, U.A.E. Kannadigas for arranging this event. We the Pearls of Mangalore will be delighted to present one of our song item i.e. a Patriotic Kannada song on this very special day.

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