Mumbai:, May,26: Dhwani Prathishthaana formed in Mumbai in the year 1985 celebrated its 35th anniversary in Dubai. The program had Prof H S Venkatesh Murthy, Sri Shrinivas Kappanna, noted dramatist and organiser and Mr Ravi Hegde editor in chief, Kannada Prabha as the chief guests.
Dhwani shifted its base in 2002 to Dubai and since then has been organising literature and theatre activities regularly all these years. With the intention to keep a record of the activities of Dhwani in UAE, it has been decided to bring out a book highlighting the various activities taken up during these two decades of service in Dubai. The book will be edited by a committee consisting Mr Manohar Tonse as the editor in chief and Mr Gopinath Rao, Mr Irshad Mudabidri, Mr Sudhakar Pejavar, Ms Gopika Mayya and Ms Rajani Bhat as the members. President of Dhwani Mr Prakash Rao Payyar will be the main co ordinator.
The book will include articles from those who actively engaged, participated and witnessed Dhwani programmes truly depicting each and every bit of the pleasure of being associated with Dhwani sponsored cultural and theatre events. Those who are interested to contribute articles are requested to be in touch with the editorial board or contact the coordinator at E-mail: email@example.com on or before 31.05.2020.
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