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Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated by Bunts Sangha Mumbai

Published On : 06 Sep 2016   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Mumbai, Sep. 05: Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated throughout Mumbai. The annual Ganesh Chaturthi festival was celebrated grandly by various Tulu Kannadiga associations. Ganeshotsava was grandly celebrated under the leadership of Prabhakar L. Shetty – the President of the association and Bolnadguthu Chandrahasa M. Rai – the Executive President of Jnan Mandir Committee at Shri Mahavishnu Mandir. Vidwan Aravind Banninthaya – the chief priest of the temple performed the Pooja rituals.

Suresh Shetty and Pushpa Suresh Shetty couple led the Ganohma Pooja rituals. Padmanabha S. Payyade – the Vice President of the Bunts Association Mumbai, Ultur Mohandas Shetty – the Honorary Chief Secretary, Chartered Accountant I. R. Shetty – the Honorary Treasurer, Sharath V. Shetty, Krishna V. Shetty, Harish Vasu Shetty, Nalyaguthu Prakash T. Shetty, Bellampalli Balakrishna Hegde, Shwetha Chandrahasa Rai, Divakar B. Shetty Kurla, Santhosh Raghu Shetty, Ashok Kaup, K. K. Shetty, Chittaranjan Alva, Jaganatha Rai, Chartered Accountant Ramesh Shetty, Dr. M. S. Alva, Karnoor Mohan Rai, Ashok Pakkala, Varang Praveen S. Shetty – the Manager of the association and other office bearers, members, devotees were present during the occasion and participated in Pooja rituals.







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