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Governor launches "Aasare" scheme of Kadiyali Ganeshotsava Samithi

Governor launches "Aasare" scheme of Kadiyali Ganeshotsava Samithi


Mangalore Today News Network

Udupi, Sep 9,2016 : "Aasare" is a scheme envisaged by the  Sri Ganeshotsava Samithi of Kadiyali,   aimed at adopting orphans and extending financial aid to their education. This novel scheme was inaugurated by the State Governor Vajubhai Vala during the golden jubilee celebrations of the Ganeshotsava of the Samithi on September 8.


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In his address, the Governor hailed the Samithi for its kind gesture which will go a long way in helping the orphan kids.

He urged the people to uphold the rich culture of the land and to face problems  by taking them as a challenge.

Sri Brahmananda Saraswath Swamiji of Sri Gurudev Mutt, Dharmasthala, who blessed the occasion, urged parents to give priority to inculcate noble virtues in children.

Dakshina Kannada MP Nalin Kumar Kateel,  Jayanth Patel, MLA from Gujarat and many other dignitaries were present.

K Raghupathi Bhat, former MLA presided over the function.


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Yathin Kumar, Udupi Fri, September-9-2016, 2:22
We have to support education education because the religious functions should
Divya Sequeira, Bantwal Fri, September-9-2016, 1:10
We have encourage the young ones by taking then to religious get together. Uplift our culture and make them known the importance
Ancil Pinto, Mangaluru Fri, September-9-2016, 12:38
Our country is the still in progressing but not yet developed . Its because poverty has to be driven away by education.
Raheem Sulaiman, Pune Fri, September-9-2016, 12:35
Education is very important . Because being educated we can come of all the blind beliefs and superstitions. There are so many children who lack education and the family force them to child labour . Their entire life is ruined
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