ARCHANA MARRIED KIRAN ON 16TH MARCH 2009
SON OF APPULLA.
DESCENDANTS OF
ADYAR MANJUNATH SHANBHOGUE
Gowri was the second daughter
of late Adyar Manjunath
Shanbhag and elder sister of
late Adyar Gopal.
Archana, 2nd daughter of late Sri Ananth Kamath and Smt. Shobha,
grand-daughter of late Sri Krishna Kamath and Smt. Prema (maiden name
Appulla), married
Kiran, youngest son of Smt. Shobha and Sri Jodmutt
Ramachandra Bhat, grandson of Smt. and Sri Jodmutt Achuth Bhat,
Mangalore, at Sanaganiketan Wedding Hall, at Pratap Nagar, Mangalore on
Monday the 16th March 2009. Adyar Gopal Parivar wishes the newly married
couple a long and happy married life.
ANANTH KRISHNA KAMATH
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Appulla, a daughter of late Gowri, married Krishna
Kamath and bore 3 children: Ananth, Mirubai and
Sugandhi.
ANANTH KRISHNA KAMATH
ADYAR GOPAL AND RADHA BAI
SHOBHA ANANTH KAMATH
SUGANDHI PANDURANG
BHAT
Anitha elder daughter of Ananth and
husband Sudarshan 2009
Ananth Kamath married Shobha. Shobha gave birth to two girls; Anitha and Archana.
Anitha (daughter of Shobha and Ananth Kamath) married to Sudarshan Rao. Anitha has given birth to
a boy.
Archana is married to Kiran Bhat.
ADYAR GOPAL PARIVAR
Yamuna (married name Kamala) wife of Adyar Manjunath Shanbhogue gave brith to six children:
Nethravathi, Gowri, Sridevi, Ramachandra, Gopalakrishna and Padmanabha.
Gowri got married to Gurpur Vittappa Bhat and gave brith to ten children out of which four survived:
Madhav, Appulla, Laltha and Ananth.
Gowri's elder daughter Appula married Krishna Kamath. Appulla gave birth to three children: Ananth,
Miru Bai and Baby (also known as Sugandhi).
Sugandhi (aka Baby) married Kundapur Pandurang Bhat. Sugandhi gave birth to a girl named
Padma.
Padma (daughter of late Sugandhi aka Baby and Pandurang Bhat) married Vijayendra Prabhu).
ANANTH KAMATH
MEERU BAI
MEERU BAI
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Appulla is the eldest daughter of
late Gowri and late Vittappa Bhat.
Gowri was the second daughter
of Adyar Manjunath Shanbhag
and Kamala.

Appulla married Krishna Kamath  
Appulla gave birth to three
children: Ananth, Miru Bai and
Baby or Sugandhi.

Krishna Kamath passed away on
18th April, 1988.
KRISHNA KAMATH
OBITUARY OF APPULLA
Magha Shuddha Poornima* of Virodhi Samvatsara
*By the Hindu Calendar, the dates vary with
respect to the English Calendar.  Death of
Smt. Appulla occurred on 30th January 2010,
which is Maagha Maasa Shukla Paksha
PoornimaThithi.
D.O.B. 19th October 1923
Appulla was a hardy GSB
woman who faced multiple
challenges during her long
sojourn in this world. Her
father Gurpur Vittappa Bhat
and her mother Gowri were
fastidious in keeping a
respectable face for their
family throughout late 19th
Century and first half of the
20th Century.

Appulla grew up in Mangalore
as the lovable kid-sister of late
Gurpur Madhav Bhat, the
famous award-winning
Musician of Udupi, who himself
struggled to help his parents in
bringing up their large family.
Lalitha the younger sister of
Appulla was the second
surviving female child and
went on to marry Ujjire Gopal
Bhat and raise a family of three
sons and one daughter. Ujjire
Prabhath Kumar is her eldest
son.

Gowri's younger son Ananth
(G.A.Bhat) who lives in Hospet
is the kid-brother of Appulla
and was himself looked after
by Appulla in her house during
his school years. Ananth's
elder son Vittaldas is a senior
officer in Manipal Group of
companies of the Pai's, and his
younger son is a senior
Engineer in the Jindal factory
in Hospet.

Appulla got married to Krishna
Kamath who was a foreman in
the automobile workshop
belonging to the Kasthurikars
of Mangalore. She gave birth
to three children: two girls and
one boy.

Adyar Gopal Parivar pays
respects to late Appulla Bhat
(married name Prema Kamath)
herewith and condoles her
death. We feel that her demise
is a great loss to us all. We
convey our condolences to her
surviving daughter-in-law

Shobha (wife of late Ananth
Kamath, son of Appulla) who
took care of Appulla during her
later years until her final breath
on 30th January, 2010.
Gurpur Vittappa Bhat + Adyar Gowri Shenoy
______________|___________________
|                        |                       |                     |
_________________________|_____________________
Madhav +                          Appulla +                       Lalitha +                   Ananth +
Sharada Kini              Krishna Kamath                   Gopal Bhat          Mohini Shenoy
_______________|___________________
|                             |                                     |
Meeru Bai           Ananth +                 Sugandhi(Baby) +
Shobha Kini       Kundapur Panduranga Bhat
__________|________
|                                   |
|
Padma +
Vijendra Prabhu
Anitha +                  Archana +
Sudarshan Rao       Kiran Bhat
Time may hide our sadness
Smiles may hide our tears
Will last throughout the years
Time may pass, but you will
Be remembered by us always.
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Shobha and her mother-in-law were exemplary women because they lived in loving
and harmonious relationship gaining mutual advantage in their difficult years
following the death of Ananth Krishna Kamath, the head of the household and
provider to his young daughters Anitha and Archana.

Shobha managed to survive the tragedy of the loss of her husband even while her
two daughters were still as young as school-going. Shobha saw them go through
their education and get them married to competent boys on time. Having the two of
her daughters left her after their marriage Shobha now engages herself in looking
after the business of her late husband.
SHOBHA MARRIED ANANTH KRISHNA KAMATH
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