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Activities at Shree Subrahmanya Sabha

The Sabha is providing hostel facility for more than 120 students pursuing their  education with good food and other amenities with affordable charges.

Every year, scholarships are given to deserving students who want to continue their studies. Sabha , receives voluntary contribution from willing donors to fund the scholarship to poor students.  Loan scholarships are also given to students to study professional courses. Funds for these activities are from the donations received, memorial funds created by the members of the Sabha.

The community hall of the Sabha is being used extensively  by its members for their family functions. It is  used for various cultural and religious purposes, by general public also. New premises, was provided to Sri Subrahmanya Sahakara Sangha, to house its Head office and branch and the said Sangha (Co-operative Society) subsequently launched its expansion program. During the year 2018-19, the Sangha has reached total turnover of more than 200 crores, with 8 branches, all over D.K. and Udupi districts.

Sabha has installed a 30 KV roof top Solar Power Generating Unit at a cost of Rs.30.40 lacs. The power generated is used in the community hall of the Sabha and the surplus is supplied to MESCOM’s grid.





Shree Subrahmanya Sabha, in addition to its main objective, taken initiative to provide developmental activities to its members, bringing them together under one roof for various activities like poojas, upakarma, get together etc., Sabha was also intended to bring uniform cultural behavior among Sthanika Brahmanis.

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About Sthanika Brahamins

“Tulunadu” Sthana also stands for Devasthana (temple) or Matta.  Sthanika means Officer (Dharmadhikari) or Head of the Devasthana (Temple). Making arrangement for all religious performance of the Temple and Deity, was his prime duty. Sthanikas were very popular as Temple chief officer, Dharmadhikari, some time as Purohit or Sahiti. Sthanika means position of respect.

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