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''Bapui ani Xikovpi - Father and Teacher'' Konkani Book on Don Bosco Published


By Ralin De Souza
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Panjim, Jul. 30. In preparation for the visit of the relic and with the motive of making the life of Don Bosco more popular to the local youth, Don Bosco Animation Centre in Collaboration with Boskon Communications have released the life of Don Bosco in Konkani (Bapui ani Xikovpi)
In preparation for the visit of the relic and with the motive of making the life of Don Bosco more popular to the local youth, Don Bosco Animation Centre in Collaboration with Boskon Communications have released the life of Don Bosco in Konkani (Bapui ani Xikovpi). The 50 odd page pocket edition booklet is translated by the renowned Mr Jess Fernandes, who has several state language awards to his credit.
At the initiative of the Rector of Don Bosco Animation Centre, Fr Bernardino De Almeida, and ably assisted by Fr Banzelao Texeira, who followed every detail of the translation, it was produced with the intention of making Don Bosco known to the local youth. The design and layout was done by Boskon Communications, the province Communications centre.
It is published at the appropriate time in preparation for the visit of the relic of Don Bosco.

An ideal gift for youngsters and our close collaborators when our Founder, Don Bosco, is coming to visit us. It could be even kept for later use in our settings to make Don Bosco known and loved.

The copies are available at Don Bosco Benaulim, Panjim and other centres, priced at Rs. 20/- per copy. Bulk orders (100 copies and above) will be given at print cost.
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