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Moksha, NSIT ends on a high with Shaan and Abish Mathew

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Day 3 of Moksha kicked off with Dhwani, the umbrella of music-based events, which was judged by Mohit Dobhal, a Hindustani vocalist, and Ms. Roli, a proficient classical singer.

In Tarang, the Indian classical group competition, the first position was shared by Dhwani, the music society of Lady Shri Ram College For Women and Tarkaas, the music society of Institute of Home Economics. The second position was also a tie, between Gargi College’s music society Samranjini and Miranda House’s, Geentanjali. This was followed by the instrumental duo event, Symphony. Nalin Vinayak and Aditya who played a romanticizing combination of guitar and keyboards were awarded the first position and the second place was shared by the teams of Rishi and Saurabh, and of Anirudh and Mitesh.

Street Dance was another exciting event that took place on Day 3. It was judged by Digant Kar, a dancer and choreographer, along with Benjamin Jacob, a Senior Member at the Academy of Danceworx, Delhi. The team from Trinity Institute of Professional Studies was declared the winner.

Oorja, the western dance competition, was another highlight of Day 3, and saw Misba, the western dance society of Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, winning the first position. Afroza, Indraprastha College for Women, and V-Defyn from IIT Delhi ranked second and third respectively.

Abish Mathew’s performance as a part of the Humour Fest drew crowds as he made the appreciative audience crack up with references to engineering in his jokes amongst other things.

Moksha ended on a high with Shaan’s performance as he crooned his biggest hits and crowd-pleasers like ‘Chaar Kadam’, ‘Bhool Jaa’ and ‘Partner’.

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