Abu Dhabi: Karnataka Cultural Foundation (KCF) Abu Dhabi, a socio-cultural organization of NRI Kannadigas hosted a Grand Iftar 2017 Get-together in association with Kannada Monthly Gulf Eshara at Corniche Abu Dhabi hotel.
The event began with the Dua by renowned scholar philanthropist, Sayyed Jalaluddeen thangal Ujire. This was followed by a Welcome Address by Abdul Hameed Saadi KCF National Committee president, In his welcome address, he stated that, Renowned Kannada magazine Gulf Eshara, is commended by NRI Kannadigas across the GCC as it’s a milestone in Kannada vernacular press. Moreover Gulf ESHARA is one and only registered Kannada magazine at Middle East having 3000 subscribers.
He also explained about IHSAN; sub organisation of SSF karnataka, serving north karnataka community with the motto of their educational Upliftment. He stressed the importance of socio and educational improvement in the backward and under developed districts of North Karnataka, The goal of education is the advancement of knowledge and the dissemination of truth. Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. He added.
IHSAN Documentary was screened during the event. Hafil saeed haneefi presided over the event, KCF INC General Secretary Haji Sheikh Bava Mangalore, PMH Abdul Hameed, KCF Abu Dhabi Zone president Hasainar Amani Ajjavara, Hassan Haji Balehannur were present during the occasion.
KCF Abu Dhabi Zone committee, thanked the guests for gracing the occasion and all the members of the Abu Dhai chapter for their wholehearted support. The selfless and tireless efforts of KCF Abu Dhabi General Secretary Hakeem Turkalike, Umar Eshwaramangala, Kabber Bayambadi, Ameer Engineer made this event a memorable one.
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