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IHE, Hindu and Maitreyi College shine at Lashkara’16, Khalsa College

Lashkara, annual fest of SGTB Khalsa College’s first day culminated today with the stage play competition Abhivyakti, by Ankur, dramatics society of the college. The first day of the three day fest saw many other events take place respectively arranged by different societies of the college.

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Pinhole, the photography society of SGTB Khalsa showed a photo exhibition which was at display right at the center of the college premises, also popularly known as ‘Jannat’. Other societies such as Strokes, the fine arts society of the college showcased their exclusive pieces alongside the college’s flower garden, which one could see as soon as they entered the college premises. Strokes had also welcomed a distinguished artist who was being seen painting live, ‘the fire graffiti’, something which they claimed has never been done by anyone else in the entire world.

 

Among other major events, Swarang, the music society of the college held eastern music solo and eastern group competitions in the college’s main field. Both the events were judged by Prateek Narsimha, who is a leading vocalist of a popular world fusion band Raagleela. In the eastern solo category, Ramjas’ Rahul came first while Kshitija from Faculty of Music bagged the second position. In the eastern group event, the first position was secured by Institute of Home economics while Daulat Ram college and Kamla Nehru college secured the second and third positions respectively. ‘It was a beautiful experience for the society to organize and pull off such an event which witnessed some scintillating performances’, said Rajkanwar, Vice President of the society.

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Among the very well-known societies of the university, Ankur- The Dramatics society of SGTB Khalsa college organized a stage play competition which enthralled the audiences to their core. Several performances including one of taboos associated with women won huge applause from the audience. The event was being judged by actor, designer and director, Vandana Vashisht and Ravindra Tripathy, a known journalist and a theatre critic.

Brij Pahwa, Shaurya Sahai

Photo Credits- Paurush for DU Beat

 



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