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Ganeshotsava celebration by Bunt’s Association Mumbai

Published On : 26 Aug 2017   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Mumbai, Aug.25: Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated traditionally across Mumbai, various Tulu-Kannadiga associations celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi festival devotionally.

Bunt’s Association Mumbai organized annual Ganeshotsava celebration in its premisesat Shri Mahaa Vishnu Jnana Mandir. The program was initiated by Prabhakar L. Shetty- President of the association and led by Bolnaduguttu Chandrahasa M. Rai- president of Jnana Mandir committee.

Vidwan Aravind Bannintaaya- chief priest of the mandir, performed various poojas methodically. In the morning, he performed Ganahoma and blessed the devotees. CA Vishwanath Shetty and family took initiative of poojas.

Prabhakar L. Shetty- president of bunt’s association Mumbai, Latha Prabhakar Shetty- former president of women wing, Padmanabha S. Payyade- vice-president, Ulturu Mohandas Shetty- Hon. General Secretary, Harish Vasu Shetty, Divakar B. Shetty Kurla, Bharath Shetty, Harish Shetty, Sharath V. Shetty of youth wing, Prateek D. Shetty, Praveen S. Shetty- manager of Bantara Bhavan, other office bearers, members and devotees were present at this religious ritual.







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