Moodabidri: Tulipu-2021, a programme to celebrate Tulu language, culture was organized by Tulu Sangha at Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology, Moodubidire on Saturday.
Inaugurating the programme Aravind K P, Bigg Boss Kannada Season 8 Runner Up, who hails from Tulunadu said that Tulu holds a special place in the hearts of Tulu speaking people as it reflects the culture of this land. The practices like Kola, Kambala, Nema, Yakshagana kept the language and culture alive, he said. “We realize the importance of our language, culture only we are away from our land,” he said. He added and said, ‘don’t be a prisoner of the past, instead, be a pioneer of your future’’.
Divya Uruduga, another participant of Bigg Boss season 8 said that contentment in life is attained only through a positive mindset.
Yogish Kairodi, lecturer of Kannada Department at Alva’s College said that Tulu language, culture remind the present generation of the forgotten glory of the past.
Aravind KP was honoured by the foundation, as part of his contribution to Alva’s Motoring event.
Singing, Debate, Damshara, quiz competitions were held and Tulu folk dance and skit- ‘Dura Untale’- performed as part of the event.
Alva’s Education Foundation Trustee Vivek Alva, AIET Principal Dr Peter Fernandes and others were present on the occasion.