Young Magician Master Chinthan Passes Away
Mangaluru: A 36-year-old state and national award winner Magician Master Chinthan passed away on August 8.
At the age of 11, Master Chinthan joined the North Malabar Magic Foundation to learn Jadoo, under his father Prof Madhav, who was the president of the NMMF. Later Master Chinthan joined Kudroli Ganesh to learn more about magic. Master Chinthan had very good knowledge in manipulation and won the prestigious award Valakkunam in Kerala in 1994, he is the first Kannadiga to win the award.
In 1997, Master Chinthan participated in the Gili Gili Sammelan held in Udupi, and in 1998 participated in the Vishmay Jadoo Sammelan held in Thiruvananthapuram and won the first place in Junior category. He has also won several other awards. In Bengaluru, Master Chinthan had participated in the International Magic Show and won the award. He has presented many shows in South India.
Master Chinthan was a student of Alva’s Pre University College and Shree Annapoorneshwari High school Agalpadi, Kasaragod.
Magician Kudroli Ganesh, President of Mangala Magic Circle; Swarna Sundar, President of Maaz Ma organization Delhi, Raj Kumar, Jeevan Ram Sullia, and various Magicians condoled have the death of Master Chinthan.