Submitted by Newseditor on Sat, 2016-01-02 21:18 Mangaluru: Konkani Culture, Language and Tradition (KCLT) members celebrated New Year with the inmates of Snehalaya Charitable Trust, Manjeshwar. Joseph Crasta, founder of Snehalaya Charitable Trust, who accepted KCLT’s request of celebrating the first day of the New Year with the 96 inmates and 30 staff members who take care of the destitute. According to the KCLT, celebration with inmates of Snehalaya was a heart touching experience. The programme was started with the introduction of KCLT and its charity works. Invocation was sung by Vidya Shenoy while the chief guest on the occasion Vasthu Yogi Kamath was welcomed by KCLT founder Rakesh Pinto. Vasthu Yogi Kamath entertained inmates with his magic show while KCLT admin Fiona performed a dance followed by the Baila dance by Savitha Maria Pinto and team.