No Tableau Showcasing Daivaradhane of Tulunadu Will be Allowed This Year During Dasara Procession

No Tableau Showcasing Daivaradhane of Tulunadu Will be Allowed This Year During Dasara Procession

The committee of Kudroli Sri Gokarnanatha Temple said that due to objections from various organisations of the coastal districts, the tableaux that showcases Daivaradhane of Tulunadu will not be allowed during the Mangalore Dasara procession. Organisations have been asserting that showcasing Daiva Kolas on public platforms is an insult to their faith. They have requested that Daiva Kola should not be performed as part of the tableaux during the Mangaluru Dasara procession. Meanwhile, all other tableaux with reference to Hindu culture and tradition will be allowed. Further, the committee is also contemplating banning DJ music and dance during Mangalore Dasara.

While the 34th Mangalore Dasara and Navratri festival at Kudroli Temple will commence on October 15, the Mangalore Dasara procession will be held on October 24. The Mangalore Dasara procession will commence from the temple premises at 4pm on October 24, and proceed via Kambla Road, Mannagudda, Brahmasri Narayana Guru Circle, Lalbagh, Ballalbagh, PVS Circle, KS Rao Road, Hampankatta, Ganapathi High School Road, Car Street and return to the temple for Sharada idol immersion in the ‘Pushkarini’ water tank.
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