SUCCESSFUL PROGRAMS ARE ACCOMPLISHED THRUOGH COHESION: KUTHPADY GOPAL
Mumbai, June 13: Kuthpady Gopal, the President of Udupi district Ganiga Community Barkur expressed- human must show love and concern towards community. But there must be selflessness. Successful programs can be organized only when there is unity.
Community coordination is attained through this. This program created historical impact on people of Ganiga community Mumbai, and we hope to continue with similar harmonious programs in future.
Kuthpady Gopal was the chief guest of the 20th anniversary closing ceremony held at Sri Narayana Guru Hall, Billava Bhavna, Santacruz(E).
In the presidential speech Kuthpady Gopal expressed- ‘this association was established by my brother late Ananda Ganiga and I feel myself lucky to continue this community program, and I am working as a president since two decades. Your trust and monetary help has made this association to achieve many things and I hope you will continue your support.
H. T. Narasimha, the president of Dakshina Kannada District Soma Kshatriya Vaishnava Community Bangalore, Nithyananda D. Kotian the president of Billava Association Mumbai, were present, Sandesh Kumar Pune, Industrialist, with his wife Rashmi was honored with a title ‘Ganiga Udyog Ratna’ and Rathnakar A. Shetty Pune, young businessman with his wife Shobha was honored by Mysore peta, bouquet and memento.
H. T. Narasimha in his talk included – The purpose of the organization is to organize. Participating unitedly in the activities of an organization will surely bring success. I am happy to see the progress of Ganiga Community Mumbai.
Nithyananda Kotian said- Even though Ganiga Society Mumbai is a small community, thegathering today made me happy’. ‘It is not easy to develop an organization amidst of various comments. But once you involve in social works your aim should be to reach your ultimate organizational goal’.
Kuthpady Ramachandra Ganiga in his presidential speech expressed - the participation of our community people in the program expresses the future of our community. Earlier our community suffered a lot, but now all are educated and are in good positions. One should become a gentleman, must be a patriot and must have the intention to serve the nation.
Pratapchandra Kuthpady, Former secretary D.K. District Soma Kshatriya Vaishnava Community Bangalore, Uday Kumar, Former secretary of Samparka Sudha, J. M. Kotian of Vidhyadaini and others were present. Rathnakar G. Shetty, owner of Hotel RathnaPark Thane, Honorary President of association Jagannath M. Ganiga, Vijayendra Ganiga of Vidyodaya committee talked about the development of the nation.
Bhaskar M. Ganiga, vice president, Treasurer Jayanth P. Ganiga, Female president Tara N. Bhatkal, Genesh R. Kuthyapy of youth division were present on the dais and the guests handed over the prizes to winners of various competitions.
Veena Dinesh Ganiga sang the prayer, lawyer U. Balachandra Katapady welcomed the gathering, joint secretary B. Jagadish Ganiga, Committee members GopalaKrishna Govinda Ganiga, Ramesh N. Ganiga, Sadananda Kalyanpura, Nagarathna Jagannath handed over the bouquet to the guests. Veena Dinesh Ganiga and Atarhi Dinesh read the honorary list. Former secretary B. V. Rao introduced the guests and complied the function.
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