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"Watch videos to know more about
members of Adyar Gopal Parivar."
The first movie that Dr. Shenoy produced was in
1972 using his Nikon Super 8 Movie Camera. This
camera used film of the super 8 size without sound
recording. These silent movies were converted into
videos in the year 2003 by Dr. Shenoy using a
Canon projector and the wall as a screen.  He then
shot the movie projected on the wall using a
Panasonic Digital Video Camcorder.  The Nikon
movie camera was used in 1978 also to shoot some
events in the family as well as some travel
documentaries.  All of them have been converted
into analog videos. These movies have been
extensively used in producing the movies listed in
this page.  Dr. Shenoy also used hundreds of
thousands of photographs and slides to make these
movies.
Dr. Shenoy has now transferred his movies to the
Adyar Gopal Parivar for distribution. All the movies
made by Dr.Shenoy have been distributed to his
relatives and friends free of cost.  Adyar Gopal
Parivar will publish small video clips to describe the
members on the website.
These video clips are made in English, Kannada and
Konkani languages.  Some of them have English
titles and others have Kannada titles.
The video clips are of various durations and range
from 50 seconds to 3 minutes. Any one who is a
member of Adyar Gopal Parivar can contact us for
any information with regards to these video clips.
* G.S.B. stands for Gowda Saraswath Brahmin
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our family traditions.
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of a Hindu housewife
who lived in the frist
half of 20th Century in
the Canara Districts of
Madras Province in
India. Please click on
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About videos and movies produced
by Dr. Mohan Shenoy
The first movie that Dr. Shenoy produced was in
1972 using his Nikon Super 8 Movie Camera. This
camera used film of the super 8 size without sound
recording. These silent movies were converted
into videos in the year 2003 by Dr. Shenoy using a
Canon projector and the wall as a screen.  He then
shot the movie projected on the wall using a
Panasonic Digital Video Camcorder.  The Nikon
movie camera was used in 1978 also to shoot
some events in the family as well as some travel
documentaries.  All of them have been converted
into analog videos. These movies have been
extensively used in producing the movies listed in
this page.  Dr. Shenoy also used hundreds of
thousands of photographs and slides to make
these movies.
Dr. Shenoy has now transferred his movies to the
Adyar Gopal Parivar for distribution. All the movies
made by Dr.Shenoy have been distributed to his
relatives and friends free of cost.  Adyar Gopal
Parivar will publish small video clips to describe
the members on the website.
These video clips are made in English, Kannada
and Konkani languages.  Some of them have
English titles and others have Kannada titles.
The video clips are of various durations and range
from 50 seconds to 7 minutes.
Any one who is a member of Adyar Gopal Parivar
can contact us for any information with regards to
these video clips.
* G.S.B. stands for Gowda Saraswath Brahmin
Urban Life
I love and respect
my blood relative
like myself
VIDEOS
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Ashwin is Preethi's
husband. Preethi is
the daughter of Dr.
Mohan Shenoy. Mohan
is a son of Adyar
Gopal and Radha Bai.
Ashwin and Preethi
have two children:
Achala, a girl and Avik,
a boy. Ashwin is the
youngest son of late
S.N.Shenoy of
Kadbettu, Udupi, India.
Ashwin Shenoy
List of videos
available for viewing
on this website

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to the       video page of
your selection
Ananth Shenoy, Mijar
Lakshman Kudva
Lalitha Shenoy
Prasad Kudva
Naveen Shenoy
Ramadas Prabhu I
Shashidhar Kini
Sridevi Srikar Pai
Balakrishna Achuth
Kamath is the eldest
son of late Bellare
Achuth Kamath and
Yamuna junior. He is
married to Nandini and
has a daughter by the
name of Namitha.
Balakrishna A. Kamath
Shanthi Nithyanand
Kudva is the youngest
daughter of Adyar
Gopal.  She is married
to Manchkal
Nithyanand Kudva,
son of late Srinivas
Kudva
Shanthi Kudva
Damodar Kini
Damodar and Pushpa
Gokuldas Bhat
Gowri Weds
Click on the name or
image to play the video
of your selection.
Preethi, My Daughter 46
Chapters
Jayanthi Subbaraya
Prabhu Yamuna junior
and Bellare Achuth
Kamath.  Yamuna
junior is a daughter of
Mijar Dasappa Kamath
Jayashree K Pai
daughter of Adyar
Venkatesh Shenoy of
Mumbai. She is
married Jayashree is
the second
Jayashree is the
second daughter of
Adyar Venkatesh
Shenoy of Mumbai.
She is married to
Kiran Pai. Jayashree
is a medical doctor
having passed MBBS
degree. She has one
son, Shreyas.
Venkatesh is a son of
Adyar Gopalakrishna
Shenoy and Radha Bai.
K.Venkatesh Prabhu
Achuth Kini
Devaray Kudva 2
Nagesh Rama Nayak
Sadananda Kudva
Das Baliga
Ajit weds
Achuth Kamath, Bellare
Amit Rewadkar Weds
Ananth Kamath
Dattu Baliga
Manchkal Mohandas
Kudva is from Manchkal
Lakshman
Kudva family.  His
great-grandfather
late Krishna Kudva
hailed from Mundkur
village situated near
Mangalore.  His
grandfather late
Lakshman Kudva
settled in Shirva
Manchkal in early
20th Century.
Mr. M.M.Kudva is the
second son of late
Narayan Kudva and late
Rukmini Devi. Narayan
was the eldest son of
Lakshman Kudva.
Sri Mohandas was
the Deputy General
Manager of the Canara
Bank, and headed the
Kanara Division. He got
retired in 2009.
Mallya Bhat Kaunshi
arrived in Gokurna
village on the west
coast of Karnataka in
the early 18th
Century. His
descendant Shah
Bhat arrived in the
Gurpur village near
Mangalore around
1850. Annappa Bhat
was the second son
of Shah Bhat. Madhav
Bhat was the elder
son of Annappa Bhat.
Vittappa Bhat was the
eldest son of Madhav
Bhat born in 1886.
Gowri married
Vittappa Bhat in 1911.
Gurpur Bhats
Shanthi Ananth Pai is
the second daughter of
Yamuna junior and
Bellare Achuth
Kamath.  Shanthi is
married to Ananth Pai
of Adyanadka, and has
four children, three girls
and one boy.
Shanthi Pai
Late Madhav Bhat
was the eldest and
late Gowri. Gowri was
the second daughter
of Adyar Manjunath
Shanbhag and
Kamala. Kamala's
maiden name was
Yamuna. Yamuna
was the eldest
daughter of Mijar
Annappa Kamath.
Madhav Bhat
Late Lalitha Bhat was
the younger daughter
of late Gowri and
Gurpur Vittapp Bhat.  
She was married to
late Ujjire Gopal Bhat
and bore four children
of which three are
boys and one girl.
Lalitha Bhat
Sharada, the second
daughter of
Baddakatte in 1940.
The married name of
Sharada was Lakshmi
Devi. Lakshmi Devi
had no brought up
Vittaldas, the eldest
son of her
brother-in-law Ananth
Bhat as her own son.
Madhav Bhat weds.
Scenic Mountain
Dudle Pickle
Three Sisters
Bellare Achuth Kamath
Asha Prabhu D/o
Prema Shenoy
Devraya Kudva 1
Radha Book
Vegetable Carving
Kamal Mai Tara
Meera V. Prabhu
Rathna A. Prabhu
Krishnaprasad Baliga
Prema V. Shenoy 2
Shanthi Pai
Meera K. Bhat
K.K.Pai
Hiranki Sammelan
Life and Death
Tourist Destination:
Tanjavur
Ramray Kini
Narayan Kudva
Radha Bai Death
Quiz 2008_10
Nagappayya Baliga
Shanthanand Kini
Chithra Jaiprakash Rao
Chithra is the elder
daughter of late
Ganpathray Bhat and
his widow Kasthuri.  
Ganpathray is a son
of late Sridevi, third
daughter of Adyar
Manjunath Shanbhag.
child of Jayanthi and
Subbaraya child of
Jayanthi and
Subbaraya Prabhu.
Jayanthi is a
daughter of Prabhu.
Jayanthi is a
daughter of Kamath.  
Yamuna junior is a
daughter of Mijar
Dasappa Kamath.
Ganesh Prabhu
Saguna
Wife of Vaman
Bhandarkar was a
daughter of Adyar
Manjunath Shanbhag
and sister of Adyar
Gopal.) Saguna's son
Vijay married Shilpa.
Vijay Bhandarkar
Manchkal
Nithyanand Kudva
and Shanthi.
Nithyanand is a son
of late Manchkal
Srinivas Kudva.  
Srinivas was a son
of Subbamma,
a daughter of
Sampige Madhav
Kini.
Yogish Kudva
Yashwant is the
youngest child
of Professor Adyar
Venkatesh Shenoy
and Maya.
Venkatesh is a son
of Adyar Gopal and
Radha Bai.
Yashwant is married
to Preethi Nangia
and has a daughter,
Tanisha.
Yashwanth Shenoy
B. Vittal Baliga is
the second son of
Sappulli also  known
as Saraswathi).
Saraswathi was
the youngest
daughter of Mijar
Shanthayya Shenoy.  
Sappulli
was married to
late Jakkarbettu
Das Baliga.
Vittal Baliga
Asha is the eldest
daughter of late
Padav Vittal Shenoy
and late Prema.
Prema was the eldest
daughter of late
Manchkal Narayan
Kudva and late
Rukmini Devi.
Narayan was a son of
Manchkal Lakshman
Kudva. Asha is
married to Ramesh
Prabhu and they have
two children, Arjun
and Archana. They
live in Brahmavar
village, Udupi District,
on the west coast of
India.
Aasha Ramesh Prabhu
Gowri Shivanand
Prabhu is wife of
Shivananda Prabhu.
She is known as Baby
at home and among her
relatives.  Gowri's
maiden name is
Sunanda.  Sunanda is a
daughter of Bellare
Achuth Kamath and
Yamuna.
Baby (Sunanda)
VIDEO MUSIC
Gajananam
Bhoothaganadi
Bhajan Devotional Songs
by Mohan Shenoy
Indu Shukravaara
Ivale Veenapaani Vaani
Lambodana Girija
Nandana
Prathama Tula Vandito
Vande Omkara
Chamarakar
Vaatapi Ganapathim
Bhaje
Songs by Harendra Shenoy
Naari Nayana Chakora
Shayar To Nahin
Magar
Toredu Geevisa
Bahude
Mana Tadapata Hari
Darushanako
Naveen
Naveen is the only
child of late Adyar
Sridhar Shenoy and
Bharathi. Late Sridhar
Shenoy was a son of
Adyar Gopal.
Naveen (Mangesh)
Shenoy
Girish is the elder
son of Manchkal
Mohandas Kudva. He
is married to
Sushmitha.
Mohandas is a son of
late Manchkal
Narayan Kudva and
late Rukmini Devi.
Narayan is a son of
Manchkal Lakshman
Kudva.
known as Pushpa by
her married Damodar
Pai of Kanhangad.  
She is the eldest
daughter of Jayanthi
the daughter of
Yamuna the junior
and Bellare Achuth
Kamath.
Jyothi (Pushpa)
Meenakshi Prabhu is
a daughter of
Jayanthi Subbaraya
Prabhu.  Meenakshi's
married name
Jayashree Bhatta.
She is married to a
son of Narayan
Bhatmam
of Venkataraman
Temple Mangalore.
Meenakshi
Mithra was renamed
Pavithra
after she married
Bhaskar Prabhu.
Mithra is the younger
of the two daughters
of Kasthuri Bhat, wife
of Ganpathray Bhat
who are children of a
brother and a sister
respectively.
Mithra (Pavithra) 1
Mithra (Pavithra) 2
Mithra (Pavithra) 3
Girish Kudva
Kitti
Kitti was born in
Kakinada town, on
the east coast of
erstwhile Madras
State.
She was the second
daughter of Radhu,
wife of Mijar
Manjunath Kamath.
She was the younger
sister of Radha Bai,
wife of Adyar Gopal.
Kitti got married to a
groom of the Jalar
family of Mangalore.
But before she could
settle down in her
wedded life and bear
any children, she fell
ill and died.  Her
husband married a
second time later.
After that we have
not heard of him.
Kitti too is forgotten
for all practical
purposes.
Kitti as a bride
efter her wedding.
Bhajan Devotional Songs
by Mahima Shenoy
Omkara Swaroopa Part 1
Omkara Swaroopa Part 2
Omkara Swaroopa Part 3
Jaya Sthuthe Sri Maha
Part 1
Jaya Sthuthe Sri Maha
Part 2
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Meera was the first surviving
daughter of Mijar Dasappa
Kamath. She married
Madiketakrar Venkatesh
Prabhu of Idia village near
Surathkal, Mangalore. Her
married name was Sharada.
She gave birth to four
children of which two boys
survived childhood
diseases. They are
Varadaraya and Ramadas.