Belagavi: Native of Haveri is on a walking journey for 650 kilometers for the conservation of the Kannada language, land and people in Karnataka. Manjunath Tippanna Bhadrashetti, from Mugali village of Haveri district has started his walking journey from Kanchanapalli village of Andhra up to boundary of Karnataka and Maharashtra.
His unique costume of yellow-red color shirt and pant and round shape name boards having breathlines about the ‘rich history-importance of Kannada language’ attached to his back was grabbing attention of people in the city. He was given a warm welcome by the Kannada activists in Belagavi on Thursday.
President of Kannada organisations action committee Ashok Chandaragi, Karnataka Rakshana Vedike(KRV) president Deepak Gudaganatti and others Kannada activists welcomed Manjunath and felicitated him at Rani Channamma circle in Belagavi for his different, unique yet important initiative taken to conserve the rich, ancient Kannada language in its own land.

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