Koti Kantha Gayana Observed in a Very Unique Way in Coastal Districts: Check Out

Koti Kantha Gayana Observed in a Very Unique Way in Coastal Districts: Check Out

More than 1.1 crore people have already registered to take part in the ‘Koti Kantha Gayana’ in the state but the programme was observed in a unique way in the coastal city. People’s representatives, singers and others sang selected songs, while cruising on the district’s rivers on October 28, Friday.

Participants sang ‘Naada Geete’, ‘Udayavagali namma cheluva Kannada Nadu’, ‘Barisu Kannada dindimava’, ‘Vishwa vinoothana vidyachetana’ and ‘Huttidare Kannada Nadalli Huttabeku,’ while on board the Rani Abbakka Cruise, which sailed off from Bokkapatna, as part of a programme organised by the Coastal Development Authority. The cruise adorned with Kannada flags, sailed through the Nethravati and Phalguni rivers. Meanwhile, a fleet of 50 fishing boats, with more than 500 participants, sailed through the sea, as part of the Koti Kantha Gayana programme, held under the aegis of the Kannada and culture department.

The programme was organised by the fisheries department, under the leadership of Mangalore City South MLA D Vedavyas Kamath and the Mogaveera community. Fishermen sang songs sailing through the sea, for about 90 minutes. Fishermen and others participated in the singing event in five purse seine boats, 10 deep-sea fishing boats, 25 traditional fishing boats, 10 lake fishing boats, and four ferries, that sailed a distance of 8km, from Sultan Batteri to Thota Bengre. MLA Kamath said that the state has observed the Koti Kantha Gayana programme in a meaningful way. “This is a historic event, that will remain in our minds forever. Holding Kannada flags and Tulu dhwaja, participants sang the selected songs, as well as Tulu songs, to spread the message of unity,” he said.

Koti Kantha Gayana programmes were held at various places in Udupi district. Deputy commissioner M Kurma Rao participated in the event, held in the middle of the sea, off the Malpe coast. The Fishermen community participated in more than 100 boats in the programme, mid-sea. Programmes were also held at the DC’s office complex, Rajathadri, Mahatma Gandhi District Stadium, Ajjarakad, Industrial Area, Manipal, Gandhi Maidan, Kundapur, St Mary’s Island, and at various educational institutions in Udupi district.

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