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Mangaluru: Kambala season begins, Pilikula event after 8 years

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Mangaluru: The Kambala season will start from November 5 and will run on weekends till April 8. After almost eight years, the only Government Kambala will be held in Pilikula. The Netravathi-Phalguni Jodukare Kambala was last held in Pilikula in 2014. Later, the District Administration withdrew from organising Kambala as a case was filed against Kambala in the court.

When Sasikanth Senthil was the Deputy Commissioner in 2018, Sindhu B. Roopesh in 2019, they had planned to hold Kambala but dropped it at the last moment.

Dakshina Kannada District Deputy Commissioner Dr. K. V. Rajendra will lead in organising Pilikula Kambala, which had been stalled for many years. He is excited and has instructed the Kambala Committee and officials to make preparations immediately.

In 2020 and 2021, the District Administration did not organise Kambala due to Covid restrictions in the State. However, sources said that this time, the Deputy Commissioner himself is keen on conducting Pilikula Kambala with a view to give a special boost to Coastal Tourism.

Since Kambala has not been held in Pilikula for about 8 years, huge trees have grown around the field. The biggest challenge is to clear this and create field properly. Kambala Samiti President Yermal Rohit said that if the District Administration extends full cooperation, Kambala Samiti will construct a field.

Kambala time table

November 5 – Shirva: Surya-Chandra Kambala

November 12 – Pilikula: Phalguni-Netravathi Kambala

November 19 – Pajeeru: Lava-Kusha Jodukare Kambala

November 26 – Kakyapadavu: Satya-Dharma Jodukare Kambala

December 3 – Venoor-Permuda: Surya-Chandra Jodukare

December 10 – Baradibeedu: Surya-Chandra Jodukare Kambala

December 17 – Hokkadigoli: Veera-Vikrama Jodukare

December 18 – Ballamanja: Sesha-Naga Jodukare Kambala

December 24 – Moodabidri: Koti – Chennayya Jodukare

December 31 – Mulky: Padu-Panambur Arasu Kambala

January 7 – Miyyar: Lava-Kusha Jodukare Kambala

January 15 – Adv. Nandikur: Koti – Chennayya Jodukare Kambala

January 22 – Bangrakulur: Rama – Lakshmana Kambala

January 28 – Aikalabava: Kantabare – Boodabare Kambala

February 4 – Puttur: Koti – Chennayya Jodukare

February 11 – Vamanjoor: Sanku Poonja – Devu Poonja Jodukare Kambala

February 18 – Katapadi: Mooda – Padu Kambala

February 25 – Jeppu: Jaya – Vijaya Jodukare Kambala

March 4 – Navoor: Moodur – Padur Kambala

March 11 – Uppinangady: Vijaya – Vikrama Jodukare

March 18 – Bangadi: Surya – Chandra Jodukare Kambala

March 25 – Paivalike: Anna – Thamma Jodukare Kambala

April 1 – Surathkal: Ramalakshmana Jodukare Kambala

April 8 – Panapila: Jaya – Vijaya Jodukare Kambala

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