Ovulation is the name of the process that happens once in every menstrual cycle when hormone changes trigger an ovary to release an egg.This usually happens 12 to 16 days before your next period starts.Mangaluru: Scholar Devanur Mahadeva’s statement on the customs related to Kambala has kicked up a new discussion in the region.The senior scholar in a statement had mentioned about a practice called ‘Pani Kulluni,’ held during Kambala where the tribal Koraga community members were exploited.The male condom is a form of contraception for men.It also protects against sexually transmissible infections (STIs).He also mentioned about the ‘sexual acts’ in the process of ‘Pani Kulluni’ without clearly mentioning what the act was.
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But they don’t want to use [our] language or give jobs to Kannadigas,” he added.