Yuvaan 2014 held at Maharaja Agrasen College

Yuvaan, the annual cultural fest of Maharaja Agrasen College was held on 28th February and 1st March. The Principal, Dr Sunil Sondhi, with Saarangi Maestro Ustad Kamal Sabri inaugurated the two- day event. In his opening speech, Dr Sondhi explained the need and importance of cultural events like Yuvaan in promoting Indian traditions and values. He took the example of renowned universities like Oxford and Harvard, which also hold functions to celebrate culture.


A Norwegian Instrumental Music concert was organised by the SPIC MACAY Chapter of Maharaja Agrasen to promote international exchange of culture. The Karl Seglem Acoustic Quartet performed with Karl Seglem playing the saxophone, Sigurd Hole the bass, and Andreas Ulvo and Jonas Howden Sjoevaag at the keyboard and drums respectively. The Manipuri Folk Dance Recital by Panthoibi Jagoi Marup was another star attraction to grace the event.


Yuvaan’14 witnessed a prominant increase in the number of participants from preceding years. Students from all over Delhi NCR particpated in competitions like Classical Music, Classical Dance, Creative Writing, Debate, Folk Dance, Group Dance, Stage Theatre and Quiz. 7 teams competed in the most sought- after event, Battle of Bands, to win the title of Best College Band.

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