Tag: Deepavali

Experience the ‘Sound of Happyness’ at Forum Centre City Mall
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Experience the ‘Sound of Happyness’ at Forum Centre City Mall

November 6, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: As part of Deepavali, Forum Centre City Mall is giving everyone a grand experience of the ‘Sound of Happyness’ décor to celebrate the day with much fun and fervour. This year at Nexus Malls’ portfolio of malls, patrons can also contribute and add to the ‘Sound of Happyness’ by purchasing bells and adding to…

Festival brings no light to clay diya-makers
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Festival brings no light to clay diya-makers

November 4, 2021

Diminishing demand, cheap Chinese lamps leave traditional potters in the lurch By M.T. Yogesh Kumar Cheap, colourful and attractive Chinese lights in the market have affected the livelihood and income of clay craftsmen (potters) badly. Potters in and around Mysuru say that for the past several years during Deepavali festival, Chinese lights are more in…

Sales dull; cracker dealers pin hopes on clear skies
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Sales dull; cracker dealers pin hopes on clear skies

November 3, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: The COVID crisis, rain and the sudden death of Puneeth Rajkumar seem to have dampened the spirits of people celebrating Deepavali this year, going by the trend of sale of crackers in the city. However, cracker sellers are hoping that business will pick up from now on, with the 3-day festival of lights commencing…

Puppet show ‘Narakasura Vadhe’ at Shankar Mutt tomorrow
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Puppet show ‘Narakasura Vadhe’ at Shankar Mutt tomorrow

November 3, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: As part of Deepavali celebrations, Mysuru Puppet Theatre (MPT), J.C. Nagar, Mysuru, will be presenting a puppet show ‘Narakasura Vadhe’ directed by M.R. Ranganatha Rao at Sri Shankar Mutt in Kille Mohalla tomorrow (Nov. 4) from 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm. MPT Director Rangoli Srikantha’s great-great-grandfather Narasinga Rao was considered to be a master…

Sale of green crackers permitted for ten days from tomorrow
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Sale of green crackers permitted for ten days from tomorrow

October 31, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: With Deepavali festival to be held from Nov. 3 to 5, the MCC has granted permission for setting up of only green cracker stalls in city for 10 days  from Nov. 1 to 10. MCC Commissioner G. Lakshmikantha Reddy said that following a Supreme Court direction on bursting of crackers during Deepavali, the State…

Devotees can visit M.M. Hills Temple during Deepavali
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Devotees can visit M.M. Hills Temple during Deepavali

October 31, 2021

Chamarajanagar: With Corona pandemic receding, the Chamarajanagar District Administration, in a crucial decision, has allowed devotees to visit the famed M.M. Hills Temple (Malai Mahadeshwaraswamy Temple) in Hanur taluk of the district, during oncoming Deepavali. This decision was taken at the M.M. Hills Temple Development Authority held at Chamarajanagar DC Office here on Thursday. Deputy…

KSRTC to run 1,000 extra buses for Dasara and Deepavali
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KSRTC to run 1,000 extra buses for Dasara and Deepavali

September 24, 2021

Passengers can book tickets in advance through online by logging on to KSRTC website Bengaluru: The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) will operate 1,000 additional buses to cater to Dasara and Deepavali festival rush. The Corporation will run special buses from Oct. 13 to 21 and from Oct. 29 to Nov. 7. The extra…

Winners of ‘Parisara Snehi Deepavali’ competition
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Winners of ‘Parisara Snehi Deepavali’ competition

January 11, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: Following are the winners of ‘Parisara Snehi Deepavali’ competition conducted by Spandana, Kuvempunagar, on the occasion of Deepavali celebration 2020: 1st prize (Rs. 2,000 + 3 books): Akshatha from Shivamogga; 2nd prize (Rs. 1,500 + 3 books): Sharanya Thantri from Nandalike; 3rd prize (Rs. 1,000 + 3 books): Nagasmitha K. Sunku from Madhugiri; Consolation…

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