Competitive Kambalas For The Year 2022-23 Begins on November 26: Check Out

Competitive Kambalas For The Year 2022-23 Begins on November 26: Check Out

Competitive Kambalas of the 2022-23 season will kick start in the coastal belt on November 26, Saturday, with an addition of two new kambalas. Twenty two kambalas have been tentatively scheduled covering Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Kasaragod (Kerala) districts till April 8, 2023.

Usually 18 to 20 kambalas were being held under the auspices of the committee in a season. Their number has risen to 22 this season. Of them, except two kambalas, all others have been scheduled on Saturdays.

He said that Katpady Beedu kambala (February 11, 2023), Mulky Arasu Kambala (December 31, 2022) and Aikala Bava Kambala (January 28, 2023) are more than a century old. “They are traditional kamblas turned now into competitive kambalas,” he said.

The traditional or non-competitive kambalas for 2022-23 began in the coastal belt on November 15. They will go on till December 15. The non-competitive traditional kambalas are organised by individual farmers or land-owning entities, including temples.

 

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