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Hindu’s Srijya wins Choreography dance at Reverie; Stephen’s, Gargi, HRC shine at other events

The second day at Reverie started with western solo and group singing competitions organized by Euphony, the western music society of Gargi College. In the solo competition, Shruti Dhasmana of Gargi College secured the first position with Shivesh Chagti of Hansraj College getting the second and Sharvi Yadav of Sri Venkateswara College, the third position.

The western group singing competition, judged by Vasundhra Vee and Sherry Matthews saw the team from St. Stephen’s bagging the first position while Musoc, Kirori Mal College came second and the team from Gargi College coming third.

The Indian group singing competition at Reverie, Sangam followed the western singing competition. Organized by Samranjini, the Indian music society of Gargi College, it was judged by singers Debu Bhattacharjee and Sushmita Kuri. Alankaar, Hindu College emerged as the winner with Miranda House’s Indian music choir coming second and the third position was tied between Gargi College and Sri Venkateswara College.

The final competitive event of the day was Cursiv-iti, the choreography competition organized by Sparx, the choreography society of Gargi College. The event saw 10 teams showcasing their productions. The first position was secured by Srijya, Hindu College with getting the second position going to Sparx, Gargi College and Terpsi Chorean, Hansraj College getting the third position.

For the EDM night Lost Stories performed to close Day 2.

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Lost Stories at Reverie | Captured by Jasmine Chahal for DU Beat!

Kartikeya Bhatotia
Arushi Pathak
Nishita Agarwal

Photos by Chirag Sharma, Jasmine Chahal, Snigdha Sharma and Alex Arthur



(ireshg@dubeat.com); IInd year commerce student at Hans Raj College, Delhi University, Iresh inherited writing from nobody. Not equipped well with mind of a business maestro, he just likes to sit back with a cup of tea trying to balance journalism and poetry. One can generally find him chit-chatting with people (strangers and known, both) or struggling in the overcrowded city of Delhi looking for a seat to watch a play or some Bollywood film, at a cheap price ofcourse. (He hates people who hate Bollywood). An anchor, compère and interviewer, he also enjoys event management and cooking. Known well for his sense of humour, Iresh aspires to integrate his three interests of Movies, Marketing and Writing to make something out of his unproductive life as his elder generation terms it to be.


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