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Sharjah Karnataka Sangha’s 16th Aanniversary and ‘Mayura’ award presentation on 16th November

Published On : 04 Oct 2018   |  Reported By : Shodhan Prasad

Sharjah Karnataka Sangha one of the oldest organization affiliated to Sharjah Indian Association like every year, this year too will be celebrating Kannada Rajyotsava day along with ‘Mayura’ Award presentation and 16th anniversary on Friday the 16th November, 2018.

The programme will be held at Sharjah Indian Association Auditorium and will start at 3 pm onwards.

Various dance presentations, Comedy Skits and Talks along with Musical Orchestra with well-known singers will be the main cultural attraction of the day.

Anand Bailoor President of Sharjah Karnataka Sangha has requested Kannadigas from all over UAE to come in large numbers along with their family and friends to make this occasion a memorable one.

Entry is Free for all.

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