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Talent show Manasollasa held at Ambika PU College, Bappalige

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Puttur: The lecturer who teaches the class was painted like Arjuna while the other looked like Sudhanva. The students, always engaged in studies, examinations and training, displayed valour like soldiers and danced and sang songs like tigers. This was seen at the Manasollasa, the talent show programme organised by Ambika PU College for students of Nellikatte-Bappalige.
Yes… In Yakshagana, Abhishek, a lecturer at Ambika Maha Vidyalaya, dressed as Arjuna, and Rakesh Kumar Kammaje, Principal of Ambika Mahavidyalaya, stepped in as Sudhanva. Na. Karanth as Sri Krishna presented the episode ‘ Sudhanva Moksha.
Children’s Yakshagana:
PU students also entertained the yaksha lovers through the episode of King Dilipa. Niranjan as Devendra, Ankit as Agni in foreground, Shravani as Vayu, Varun Kumar as Veerakasura, Abhiram, Prakhyat as Bhandasura, Shriman Ghate as Chandasura, Akshar Rai as Devadhutha, Maanvi Rai as Ishwar, Apeksha as Vishnu, Advithi as Ambika, Apoorva as Matali, Vishnu as Dilipa stepped in. Lecturer Satish Irde as Bhagavata, Rajendra Prasad Pundikai with Chende and Maddale accompanied, while Muralidhara Kalluraya, Praveen Raj Arlapada cooperated in Chakratala. The episode was directed by Balakrishna Uddangala.
Patriotic fervour on college day
College students dressed up like soldiers and became disciplined sepoys. In Uri, they performed a skit on the terrorists and this was appreciated by the audience. The biographies of such heroes were expounded in Rani Laxmibai of Jhansi, Kittur Rani Chennamma, Sangolli Rayanna, and Bhagat Singh. They danced to patriotic songs like Vande Mataram, and Jai Ho and spread the vibe of patriotism.
Tulunadu Glory:
Yakshagana, Kambala, Aati Kalenja, Suggi Kunitha, Kheddasa, Koti Chennayya and Mahishasura Pravesh showcased the cultural richness of Tulunadu.
Performance of Indian dances
They performed various art forms of the country such as Bihu Kunitha, Bhangra, Punjabi, Gujarati dance, Kodava dance, and Kashmiri dance.
A vision of the art forms of Karnataka

They performed folk dance performances like Bharatanatyam, Yakshagana, Veeragase, Kamsale, Chende Vadana etc. The audience appreciated the depiction of Bharat Mata, social evils, a special dance as part of Navratri and Shiva Tandava dances. In particular, the singing and music were appreciated.

Subramanya Nattoja, Secretary of Ambika Educational Institutions and Rajashree S., treasurer of Ambika Educational Institutions, watched the show. Mr Nattoja expressed his admiration. Teachers and parents watched the children’s talent show, cheered the students and clapped their hands.
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