Mangaluru: Nirmala Kamath of Nirmala Travels no more


Team Udayavani, Apr 15, 2024, 5:10 PM IST

Mangaluru: Nirmala Kamath, the founder of Nirmala Travels, passed away on April 15 at her residence in Kottara in the city. She was 75.

She is survived by her husband C. Upendra Kamath, daughter Vathika Pai (proprietor of Vathika International Travels) and their extended family.

Nirmala Travels is a famous tourism company in Mangaluru that serves a diverse clientele.

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