Mysurean meets watery grave at Melkote ‘Kalyani’
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Mysurean meets watery grave at Melkote ‘Kalyani’

April 11, 2017

Melkote – An incident of a devotee drowning in the Kalyani (Pond) while taking a holy dip during the Cheluvanarayanaswami Thirthasnana rituals held as part of Vairamudi Utsava, has been reported yesterday.

The deceased has been identified as Ravi (30), a resident of Bandipalya in Mysuru.

As Ravi, who went to take a holy dip in the Kalyani, did not return even after an hour, his wife Bhavyashree is said to have lodged a complaint with Melkote Police. The body was fished out today at around 7.30 am.

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