Muhurta Program held for TKK Tulu Parba 2019
Tulu Koota Kuwait has performed a Muhurta programme for its upcoming event Tulu Parba 2019 which is widely known as “Tuluvara Mane Managala Habba”, on Friday 6th September at Salmiya Play School, Rumaithiya Kuwait. The program was started with Prayer song and lighting-up the lamp by the President and advisors of the association by invoking God Almighty Blessings.
There are varieties of programmes have been arranged for the TULU PARBA 2019 that will be held on 25th October, 2019 at American International School Auditorium, Maidan Hawally, Kuwait. The major highlights of the Event are “Bhoomi Bechaand” concept and “Buddi Chapaat” Comedy Drama.
“Bhoomi Bechaand”, a unique Concept of journey of Heavenly Tulunadu from it’s creation to slow destruction by global warming is conceptualized by well-known artist of Tulunadu Mr Paramanad Salian Surathkal and designed & directed by Satish Acharya, a well prominent talented member of our association and performed by talented artists from TKK.
On the occasion of Muhurtha, advisors of TKK Association, Mr. Ramesh Kidiyoor and Mr.Tharendra P Shettigar spoke and wished all the success for the upcoming program. Mr Satish Acharya gave brief introduction of the concept and part of the title song of this “Bhoomi Bechaand” concept was released during the ceremony.
Artwork of Comedy Drama “Buddi Chapatt” is also released during the muhurta Programme. “Buddi Chapatt” Laughter filled 3 hours of comedy drama shall be played by Chaitanya Kalavidaru, Bailur, Udupi and story, direction and acting by well-known comedy artist Bale Telepale Prashamsa fame artist, ‘Comedy King’ Prasanna Shetty Bailur.
President of the Association Mr. Ramesh Shekar Bhandary addressed the gathering and spoke about the making of 20th Tulu Parba event and asked every member of Koota to come forward to participate and taste the cultural diversity of Tulunadu and make the event a grand success. General Secretary Mr.Vijay Wilson proposed vote of thanks. The program was well compered by Mr Abdul Razak, cultural secretary of the TKK.