Karnataka Ministers Add Stateliness to Day Two of Tulu Parba - 2010

News & Pics: Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD)
Mumbai, Jan 4:
Karnataka ministers brought in the required dignity to the second day of Tulu Parba – 2010 held on Sunday January 3 to mark the 31st annual day celebrations of metro-based Kala Jagattu, which has been striving to promote distinct culture of Tulunadu in the country and worldwide at Bunts Bhavan, Kurla (East), here.
Karnataka home minister Dr V S Acharya presided. Karnataka higher education minister Aravind Limbavali was the chief guest on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Acharya said that Tulu has been widely spoken by other native speakers in the coastal district of Karnataka. The recently held Vishwa Tulu Sammelan at Ujire, Beltangady taluk of Dakshina Kannada district, has given fillip to sustain Tulu, with the potential to include in the Eighth Schedule of national Constitution, Dr Acharya said.
Minister Arvind Limbavali said that the natives of Tulunadu are known for hospitality and hardwork. They have left their indelible mark in the global scenario among the rest of Indians.    

Udupi MLA K Raghupati Bhat and Kaup MLA Lalaji R Mendon were among others, who were present on the dais. Suresh P Shetty social worker of Bellary was presented with Kala Jagattu – 2010 award and Santacruz Kannada Sangh president L V Amin, Dombivili Karnataka Sangh president Indrali Divakar Shetty were also honoured.
Minister Dr Acharya also honoured the achievers – Sukumar N Shetty (organizer), Rons Bantwal (journalist) and Harish Vasu Shetty (stage artiste).
Abbaga Daraga, Tulu musical play directed by Paramanand Salian Sasihitlu was staged by a troupe from Mangalore as part of cultural programme. Mannda Magal Abbakka, Tulu historical play was staged by the women troupe of Ranga Spandana, Mangalore.  A musical concert directed by Tonse Pushkal Kumar and Satish Suratkal was also held.


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  • KKPejavar, Thokur

    Tue, Jan 05 2010

    Only Hindu MLA's are in Tulunadu? why no UT Kader ? Why no other cChristians Representatives ? This is purely SANGH Backed program

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    Tue, Jan 05 2010

    Why do we require POLTICIANS for ceremonies where they are least required .Advice to all oragnisers dont invite polticians to give political colour to the functions.

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  • Ravindranath Shetty, Mangalore/Sharjah

    Mon, Jan 04 2010

    Congratulation to the organizing committee of Tulu Parbha . This reminds me of a great lover of Tulu language, heritage, multi talented artist and a friend Late Umesh Nantoor whose brainchild was the first the TULU Parbha which was conducted in a grand scale in Dubai in year 1990.

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