THE STATE OF GOA

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Saturday, June 16, 2007

JIGGANT MAIM BHASECHO

Comment: Well done Tomazinho and the DKA. This giant and a legend of Concannim literature needs to be remembered and honoured. Now the Government of Goem should step in and officially commemorate this great man.

More for the sake of Goem and Goemcar culture, than merely an aggrandisement of a literary grandmaster.


Reginaldo's books to be exhibited

It is for the first time in the history of literature in any language in Goa that the books of one writer only, Late Reginaldo Fernandes, will be exhibited by Brazinho Soares from St. Cruz on June 16 and 17 at the Institute Menezes Braganza Hall, Panjim.
The exhibition of Reginaldo Fernandes’s books is organized on the occasion of his 93rd Birth Anniversary. The function is organized by Dalgado Konknni Akademi in collaboration with Goa Konknni Akademi and Institute Menezes Braganza.The exhibition will be inaugurated by the internationally acclaimed Goan Artiste Padmashri Remo Fernandes on June 16 at 5 pm. Pundalik Naik, President of Goa Konknni Akademi will be the chief guest and Tomazinho Cardozo, President of DKA will preside over the function.Reginaldo Fernandes is the only writer in Goa and may be in the entire country, who has around two hundred titles to his credit in Konknni in Roman script. Brazinho Soares, who has a huge collection of books in Konknni in Roman script, will display over 100 titles of Mr Fernandes. The exhibition will provide an excellent opportunity for the lovers of Konknni language in particular to know and understand Reginaldo Fernandes and his works of fiction.

From OHeraldo

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